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Aggies use last-minute drive to beat UNLV 28-24 – Cache Valley Daily

Photo by Robert Scott LAS VEGAS—It took a handful of late defensive stops and a last-minute touchdown drive, but Utah State football overcame missed opportunities to leave Allegiant Stadium with a 28-24 win over UNLV Saturday evening. The Aggies improved to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in conference play. The Rebels remain winless at 0-6 overall and 0-2 in conference. USU head coach Blake Anderson said he was worried going into the game. He saw past the 0-5 record and said UNLV was more than capable of winning, especially if his guys didn’t play their best football. “There were a lot of things we did not do well,” he said. “At the end of the day, the guys were resilient and continued to battle, which they’ve done all year. We found a way to make big plays down the stretch when we absolutely had to.” Those big plays included defensive stops, a fourth-down conversion and breaking big runs when the running game had been struggling earlier on. The late game heroics are nothing new for this Aggie team. In each victory this year, USU has trailed by at least 10 points. Aggie safety Shaq Bond, who finished with two interceptions, said

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Kreilach leads Real Salt Lake past Colorado Rapids, 3-1 – Cache Valley Daily

SANDY, Utah (AP) — Damir Kreilach had a goal and two assists in Real Salt Lake’s 3-1 victory over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday night. Real Salt Lake (12-11-6) has won a club-record seven straight home matches. It also matched New York City FC (June-August) with the longest home winning streak of the season. Kreilach’s header from close range found the top left corner of the net in the 13th minute. Kreilach assisted on Rubio Rubín’s goal in the 56th and Anderson Julio’s in the sixth minute of stoppage time. Kreilach has scored in five straight matches, a club record. He surpasses Luis Silva (2017), Alvaro Saborio (2014) and Jeff Cunningham (2006), who each scored in four consecutive matches. Younes Namli scored in the 56th minute for Colorado (14-6-9). Free News Delivery by Email Would you like to have the day’s news stories delivered right to your inbox every evening? Enter your email below to start! Source link

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PHOTO GALLERY: Mountain Crest defeats Desert Hills 4-1 in 4A girls soccer playoffs

Photos by Tina Lerohl / Additional information about Tina’s work (or inquiries about purchasing her photos) can be found at Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs. Visit Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

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Oct. 13-15, 2021 – Cache Valley Daily

Wednesday, Oct. 13Ridgeline 57, Box Elder 27 (Video Replay / Photo Gallery) – Next week: #1 Ridgeline (10-0) has a first round bye in the 4A football playoffs – Next week: #24 Box Elder (3-7) plays at #9 Tooele (7-2) in the first round of the 5A football playoffs Bountiful 41, Sky View 14 (Video Replay) – Next week: #5 Sky View (6-4) vs #12 Hurricane (2-8) in the 4A football playoffs. Sky View football will be broadcast on 106.9 FM / 1390 AM The FAN, audio streamed here, and video streamed here on Cache Valley Daily. Maple Mountain 30, Mountain Crest 7 (Video Replay) – Next week: #11 Mountain Crest (2-8) at #6 Crimson Cliffs (6-4). Mountain Crest football will be broadcast on 107.7 KLZX, audio streamed here, and video streamed here on Cache Valley Daily. Thursday, Oct. 14Rich 42, Monticello 6 – Next week: #10 Rich (1-7) at #7 North Summit (4-5) in the 1A football playoffs. Friday, Oct. 15West Side 53, Aberdeen 0 – Next week: West Side (7-0) at Malad (2-5) on Friday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. Bear Lake 34, Soda Springs 20 – Next week: Bear Lake (4-3) at Aberdeen (3-4) on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m.  Pocatello 17, Preston 14 – Next

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Despite undefeated season, Ridgeline ranked 2nd in final football RPI – Cache Valley Daily

Ridgeline vs Box Elder Football 10/13/2021 MILLVILLE – The regular season has come to a close for high school football and on Saturday morning the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) released its final RPI rankings for the season. And the rankings are not without controversy. FINAL 4A FOOTBALL RPI RANKINGS1-Desert Hills (9-1)2-Ridgeline (10-0)3-Green Canyon (7-2)4-Dixie (6-3)5-Sky View (6-4)6-Crimson Cliffs (6-4)7-Logan (5-4)8-Snow Canyon (5-4)9-Pine View (5-4)10-Cedar (2-7)11-Mountain Crest (2-8)12-Hurricane (2-8)13-Bear River (0-9) RPI is determined by a school’s own winning percentage, opponent winning percentage and opponent’s opponent winning percentage. The top three teams in the final RPI standings receive a first-round bye in the upcoming 4A playoffs, meaning both Ridgeline and Green Canyon will wait until October 29th to play their next football games. Sky View and Logan will also get to host games in the 1st round. The Ridgeline Riverhawks finished the regular season as the only undefeated team in 4A while also maintaining the highest powered offense (averaging 44.4 points a game) and stingiest defense (giving up only 12.6 points a game). Despite winning every game by an average of 31.8 points, it was the Opponent Winning Percentage (OWP) that caused Ridgeline to fall behind Desert Hills. By

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