BYU Cougars vs Army Knights game postponed

The Cougars were supposed to be playing for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy this weekend after beating Navy 55-3 on Labor Day. Ok, they aren’t really taking the place of Air Force in the battle of the service academies. Still, Cougar fans were looking forward to a battle on the gridiron between the Mormon Battalion and the … Continue reading BYU Cougars vs Army Knights game postponed

3A Matchup of the Week: Grantsville turns up the heat after halftime, beats San Juan 39-14

By Matt Harris | Grantsville football continued their winning streak last night and moved to 4-1 on the season as they outpaced the visiting San Juan Broncos, 39-14. Grantsville maintained a slim 10-7 in the first half and blew the doors off after the break for the convincing win, powered by a dominant running performance. … Continue reading 3A Matchup of the Week: Grantsville turns up the heat after halftime, beats San Juan 39-14

Seniority Rules as battle-tested Beavers trump young Tigers, 48-7

By Matt Harris | A young Milford football team came into their rivalry game hungry, but Beaver was just far too big of a meal. Beaver football ran up the score on the rival Tigers on the road to cruise to a 48-7 win last night. This win them to 5-0 on the season with … Continue reading Seniority Rules as battle-tested Beavers trump young Tigers, 48-7

Bonus: Golden Eagles stop Spartans from spoiling Homecoming Celebration

by Daniel Olsen | Homecoming is a magical time for many high school students, and that was certainly the case for the Maple Mountain High Football team. The Golden Eagles started out with a quick lead and the score wasn’t really that close at any point during the game except for the opening minutes. The … Continue reading Bonus: Golden Eagles stop Spartans from spoiling Homecoming Celebration

High school football recap: Miners Quiet Thunder

by Daniel Olsen | A matchup with a top defense like Westlake was expected to be a much closer contest than the final score indicated. While the Thunder held the Miners in check in the second half, it wasn’t enough to catch up. The Miners can now drive back from Saratoga Springs with a smile … Continue reading High school football recap: Miners Quiet Thunder

Ballgame in the Boonies: Rivalry Edition – Beaver heads to Milford

by Matt Harris | For most of the 3.2 million residents of Utah, Beaver County is a place of little consequence. The only thing many know about Beaver County is it is the first county mentioned in that fun little song some of us learned in elementary school to memorize all 29 counties in the … Continue reading Ballgame in the Boonies: Rivalry Edition – Beaver heads to Milford

Maple Mountain ready for Homecoming game vs Murray

by Daniel Olsen | Coach Burtenshaw, the leader of the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles, has been enjoying the Homecoming festivities. After reffing a Powderpuff game, he spoke with us about the upcoming matchup vs Murray. One name that came up was none other than Kyson Hall, brother of former Maple Mountain star and current BYU … Continue reading Maple Mountain ready for Homecoming game vs Murray

Showdown in the Suburbs: Westlake vs Bingham

by Daniel Olsen | The Westlake Thunder have made some noise against their opponents, especially on the defensive end. They didn’t have enough to take down Herriman last Friday night as they lost a close 17-15 game. Special Teams coordinator Steve Anderson said that, while his team has been stellar this season on special teams, … Continue reading Showdown in the Suburbs: Westlake vs Bingham

Roberto Clemente: Celebrating a legacy

by Hannah Begay | Each year MLB celebrates the life and legacy of Roberto Clemente, the first Puerto Rican-born player to ever play in the major leagues. For the first time, Puerto Rican-born players will be able to wear number 21 in honor of Clemente. On September 9, the Pittsburgh Pirates players and coaches wore … Continue reading Roberto Clemente: Celebrating a legacy

Real Salt Lake dominates LAFC in 3-0 win

By Jose Vidales | Real Salt Lake scored three goals against LAFC Wednesday night, shutting them out 3-0. LAFC felt the absence of their star player, Carlos Vela, at Rio Tinto Stadium. Real Salt Lake head coach, Freddy Juarez, was pleased with his team’s performance as they came off a 4-0 away loss to Minnesota … Continue reading Real Salt Lake dominates LAFC in 3-0 win