With a 6A semifinal spot on the line, No. 3 Fremont and No. 6 Skyridge went head-to-head in front of a jam-packed and raucous crowd Thursday afternoon.
Though No. 12 Skyline has not had much time to gel as a team this year, the Eagles came together Tuesday night to take down No. 5 Lehi 1-0 on the road in the second round of state tournament play.
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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.
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For the first time this season the Provo Bulldogs went down scoreless, losing to the Wasatch Wasps 3-0.
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Mother Nature hasn’t been kind to spring high school sports athletes as schools scramble to adjust.
While the smaller three classifications will experience little impact, the larger three will see significant change.
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Lone Peak, Lehi, Ridgeline, Morgan, Millard and Panguitch top their respective classifications.
Walk scored the championship-winning goal with second remaining, propelling the Mustangs to their first ever state title.
Herriman secured yet another upset in a 2-1 victory over sixth-seeded Farmington in Monday’s 6A semifinals at Juan Diego high school to secure a trip to Rio Tinto Stadium, where it will face the Davis Darts — who defeated Mountain Ridge by a 2-0 scoreline in the prior semifinal match.