The Deseret News’ commitment to covering high school sports through the years has always been about promoting great kids doing great things athletically. This spring, COVID-19 is preventing us from doing that — which extends to the postseason as well as we won’t be able to select an all-state boys lacrosse team in the first season lacrosse was a sanctioned UHSAA sport.

Those all-state teams would’ve inevitably featured numerous seniors who ended their careers with a bang this spring. Because it’s impossible to know which of those seniors would’ve excelled the most, the Deseret News is excited to honor all 314 seniors whose final season was cut short by a pandemic.

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Region 2

The 67 seniors from Region 2 who didn’t get a chance to end their season on the field.

Not pictured: West’s Jose Ojeda and Vryan Arias


Region 4

The 52 seniors from Region 4 who didn’t get a chance to end their season on the field.


Region 5

The 58 seniors from Region 5 who didn’t get a chance to end their season on the field.


Region 6

The 67 seniors from Region 6 who didn’t get a chance to end their season on the field.

Not pictured: Highland’s Samuel Adams, Gabriel Garcia-Cabrini, Judd Gottschall, Eric Greene, Samuel Henderson, Owen Hoffman, Hunter Lambert, Jaxsen Miner, Cameron Piper, Christopher Rich, Lucas Theurer, Colton White.


Region 7

The 42 seniors from Region 7 who didn’t get a chance to end their season on the field.

Not pictured: Brighton’s Garrett Lazaro


Region 8

The 28 seniors from Region 8 who didn’t get a chance to end their season on the field.

Not pictured: Orem’s Cooper Young and Timpview’s Seth Wilkins