What is in the water in the Highland/Alpine, Utah, area? You could make the case that the athletes from the Lone Peak High School boundaries won three national titles: • Lone Peak’s boys basketball team finished the season ranked No. 1 by Max Preps. • Lone Peak’s co-ed ultimate frisbee team won its third straight state title on Saturday and is the top-ranked single-school high school team by USA … Continue reading
BY HUGH BROWN The University of Utah Rugby Football Club is currently conducting a search for a new head coach. There is no word on how this is proceeding at this time, but there appear to be a number of strong candidates interested in the position. There are a number of individuals who have excelled on the U.’s rugby pitch and on the national scene who are graduating. … Continue reading
HAWKS 138, LIONS 85: The Lions captain won the toss and elected to field first on May 12. Hawks got a good start from Vipul and Sarath on a bowler-friendly pitch. The Hawks lost their first wicket around 30. Later, Lions got couple of wickets in quick succession and put Hawks on back foot. Exceptional batting from Varun, who had a game-high 54 runs not out, and some late … Continue reading
BY HUGH BROWN The United States picked up where they left off the previous week this past Saturday at the London IRB Sevens Tournament in England. The Eagles opened pool play with a come from behind win over France 19-17. The U.S. was down 12-0 to start the match, but won it on Andrew Durutalo’s try. The Eagles played an excellent match against Australia in game two, but fell … Continue reading
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Here are photos and results from the Showndown Fights 11 on May 10 at the UCCU Center in Orem.
SOUTH JORDAN — Eight teams have advanced from the North and South Regionals to this weekend’s state tournament at the Salt Lake County Equestrian Center. Lone Peak looks like the team to beat — even scoring on the Knights will be a challenge. The Lone Peak A team allowed just two points on its way to earning the top seed from the South. Lone Peak’s B team was … Continue reading
BY HUGH BROWN The D-1A collegiate semifinals took place this past weekend. Life University edged Arkansas State 18-13 while St. Mary’s hammed Cal Poly 58-24. Life is now favored to win the D-1A championship as they took their rubber match from the No. 1-ranked Red Wolves on a wet pitch. Life led 13-3 at the half and led 18-8 when Arkansas State scored a late try. In St. Mary’s … Continue reading
On Saturday, Rocky Mountain Racing will be hosting what RMR general manager Mike Eames calls “one of the most unique events in the country” — its second annual Horsepower Heaven. The track will host races on both its NHRA-sanctioned drag strip (Top Alcohol Dragster, Pro Mods, Blown Altereds, and Injected Nitro Dragsters) and on it’s oval (ASA Pro Trucks, Maverik Modifieds, Hornets, Figure-8 Cars, Figure-8 Trailer Race). Gates open at … Continue reading
HAWKS 101, BASHERS 97: At Layton, the Bashers captain won the toss and elected to filed first which was no surprise considering the pitch and weather conditions. Basher’s bowlers were pretty disciplined, and gave a good start to the team claiming 3 wickets in quick succession after about 15 runs. Later Varun and KC held on to the wicket and started to accumulate runs slowly. Bashers turned the tide … Continue reading