Artistry with a stick, Corner Canyon’s Mason Quick named 2022 Deseret News Mr. Lacrosse.
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Here’s a look at the Deseret News high school prep athletes of the week for Week 35 in baseball, softball, boys soccer, boys and girls lacrosse, boys and girls track, boys golf, and girls tennis.
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Prep athletes of the week for baseball, softball, boys soccer, boys and girls track, boys and girls lacrosse, boys tennis and girls golf
As another year winds to a close, we look back at the year that was.
Utah transplant Garrett Haas often found his home on the lacrosse field after moving from Dallas, and as such, the Lone Peak senior was named the first ever Deseret News Mr. Lacrosse.
Who had the best Utah high school programs this year? Lone Peak, Desert Hills, Morgan and Panguitch repeat, while Olympus its wins first-ever All-Sports title and Beaver ends a long drought.
Corner Canyon outlasted Park City to win the Division A championship, while Alta and Pleasant Grove claim Division B and C crowns.