Tyler Haslam covers prep sports and Real Salt Lake for the Deseret News’ Sports team. He received a bachelor’s degree in communications from Weber State University. Haslam was born and raised in Utah, loves playing basketball and has won multiple fantasy football championships.

After 48 minutes of gameplay, it was the Darts who found themselves on the winning side of a 13-10 scoreline, securing their spot in one of the 6A semifinal matchups and extending their winning streak to eight games.
Mountain Ridge went on to score three goals in the second half to defeat the eighth-seeded Panthers 3-1 and advance to the 6A quarterfinals.
After securing a 13-3 victory over Murray on Saturday, Bonneville turned out another solid showing on Monday, defeating the Spartans 14-3 in six innings to close out the regional matchup and advance to the 5A super regionals.
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Shawnee Nordstrom, Lone Peak; Taylor Harvey, Bountiful; Emilee Skinner, Ridgeline; Alyvia Jaffa, Morgan; Anna Cutler, Kanab; and AnDee Van Dyke, Wayne were named the Deseret News 2022-23 Players of the Year.
The trio of Roberts, Max Toombs and Brody Kozlowski combined to score 61 of the Chargers’ 71 points.
From start to finish, Lone Peak never trailed as it rolled its way to a 67-45 semifinal victory over fifth-seeded Fremont, securing its spot in the 6A title game for the second straight year.
Skyridge High School rolled past Syracuse for the 6A quarterfinal win at the Dee Events Center.
Unselfishness proved to be a key component in American Fork’s 57-52 quarterfinal victory over sixth-seeded Fremont Tuesday afternoon.
By a 61-44 scoreline, 21st-seeded Spanish Fork pulled off an upset over Viewmont in the first round of the 5A tournament Tuesday night in Bountiful, securing its spot in the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2020.