Salt Lake had its chances. The ballgame was well within grasp. And according to manager Keith Johnson, it was a handful of failed opportunities that cost them the game.
A burst of speed and flash of orange. An unmatched strength and irrepressible power. A ferocious, daunting hunger.
Viewmont picked up its fifth straight victory on Tuesday, defeating the Layton Lancers, 2-1 to maintain a flawless 5-0 record.
Year after year, the perennial girls soccer powers steal the spotlight, dominating in their respective regions and battling their way to Rio Tinto Stadium.
A victor failed to emerge after 100 minutes of purely exhausting soccer on Thursday at Park City High School.
The Salt Lake Bees swept the series against Oklahoma City, barely squeaking by with an 8-7 victory in 10 innings.
The Viewmont High School girls soccer team kicked off its preseason play Tuesday with an exciting, double-overtime victory over crosstown rival Bountiful.
Few are more familiar with the rush of victory than Patrick Smyth, an All-American out of Notre Dame and first place finisher in last year’s Deseret News 10K.
Few are more familiar with the rush of victory than Patrick Smyth, an All-American out of Notre Dame and first place finisher in last year’s Deseret News 10K.
Salt Lake fans were eager to watch three-time MLB All-Star, three-time Gold Glove recipient Vernon Wells on Friday as the Angels outfielder began a rehab assignment with the Bees after being placed on the disabled list back in May.
Salt Lake gained the 4-3 lead in the bottom of the seventh as Doug Deeds took advantage of a wild pitch, sliding into home and shifting the momentum.
With three more homers at Spring Mobile Ballpark on Tuesday, the Salt Lake Bees are working to even out an odd statistic.
The sun was shining, the Bees were gelling, and the Father’s day crowd was excited to spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon at the ballpark.
Kole Calhoun may have returned his Angels jersey on Tuesday when he was optioned back to Salt Lake, but he certainly held onto his wings.
For these four remarkable young men, the state playoff trip to Rio Tinto Stadium was a trip to be remembered.
Weber’s Tyler Murdock is this year’s Mr. Soccer. Who is he? And how on earth did he manage to score so many goals in one of the state’s toughest soccer regions?
The Bees have an uncanny knack of streaking, whether they’re posting W’s or worsening their record.
Following the Darts’ semifinal victory on Tuesday, head coach Souli Phongsavath had a long talk with Mitch Parkinson about his chip shot.
Olympus’ Ethan Cash defends the net with the strapping composure of an experienced, veteran goalkeeper.
“If you’re going to be the best, you have to play the best,” Mitch Parkinson said of Davis’ playoff run and upcoming chance at redemption.
“It’s like Christmas,” Murray head coach Brian DeMann said of the Spartans’ advancement over Orem to the 4A state championship game.
Matt Gay, a senior captain for the Orem High soccer team, gave the Tigers two options prior to taking the field for overtime against the Bountiful Braves. They chose playing five more minutes over penalty kicks. It was a good choice for Orem.
The Davis Darts beat the Alta Hawks 2-1 and advanced in the state 5A high school soccer tournament.
The East High Leopards have topped the 4A rankings all season long, leading Region 6 with a 12-4 record. Though the Leopards are very capable contenders, head coach Rudy Schenk is the first to admit, “it’s a wide open race.”
The 5A state playoffs kick off Tuesday with a number of familiar teams vying for the state title.
If the Manti Templars came in as the underdogs, they didn’t know it. Maybe they refused to believe it.
SANDY — The Dixie Flyers woke up smiling, according to head coach Burt Myers, excited to play and “astonished” at the opportunity to compete for a state championship title at Rio Tinto Stadium.
The Juan Diego Soaring Eagle are headed back to Rio Tinto for a shot at redemption.
Four long hours on a school bus were made worthwhile on Friday when the Dixie Flyers clinched a spot in the 3A state championship game.
The Los Angeles Angels were struck with two injuries in the final inning of Sunday’s game, shaking up not only their own roster but Salt Lake’s as well.