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Shooting and defense lead to Mustangs first win – Cache Valley Daily

HYRUM – Ogden went on a 6-0 run over the first three minutes of the second quarter to go up 17-10 before Karson Falslev turned on the offense for Mountain Crest. Falslev scored eight of his game high 21 points in the second quarter and fueled the 24-8 run over the next nine minutes for a 34-25 Mustang lead. The Tigers only cut the lead to seven points once, trailing by as much as 15, as Mountain Crest controlled the rest of the way for 59-48 win, coach Chandler Smith’s first. In the first five games of the season Mountain Crest had made just 20 shots from deep, but hit nine 3-pointers against Ogden. Falslev led the way with five of them to finish with a career high 21 points. Preston Lofthouse hit two outside shots and finished with 15, his fifth double digit scoring effort in six games. The Mustangs did continue their struggles from the free throw line, going 8-16. Now they’re 34-71 from the charity stripe on the season. Mountain Crest did improve on defense, forcing 17 Tiger turnovers to their 14. Ogden had nine turnovers in the second half to Mountain Crest’s four, though three for

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PHOTO GALLERY: Mountain Crest 59, Ogden 48

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LIVE STREAM: Green Canyon Wolves at Roy – 4A Basketball

Tip-off @ 7:00 pm Tonight’s broadcast is is brought to you with LIVE commentary from Craig Hislop & Terrell Baldwin. Listen to this broadcast on the radio at 100.9 Lite FM and streamed online here. To watch other High School games that have aired this season, click here. 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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LIVE STREAM: Mountain Crest Mustangs vs. Ogden – 4A Basketball

Tip-off @ 7:00 pm Tonight’s broadcast is brought to you with LIVE commentary from AJ Knight & John Olsen. Listen to this broadcast on the radio at 107.7 FM KLZX and streamed online here. To watch other High School games that have aired this season, click here. 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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LIVE STREAM: Bear River Bears at Morgan – 4A Basketball

Tip-off @ 7:00 pm Tonight’s broadcast is brought to you with LIVE commentary from Rod Zundel. Listen to this broadcast on the radio at 104.9 FM The Ranch in Box Elder County and streamed online here. To watch other High School games that have aired this season, click here. 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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Former Celtics boss Danny Ainge joins Utah Jazz as CEO – Cache Valley Daily

Danny Ainge, Boston Celtics president of basketball operations, smiles as he addresses reporters at the team’s training facility in Waltham, Mass., on May 16, 2017. Ainge, who helped the Celtics win two NBA titles as a player and another as a team executive, is the new CEO of the Utah Jazz, the team announced Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File) SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Danny Ainge, who helped the Boston Celtics win two NBA titles as a player and another as a team executive, is the new CEO of the Utah Jazz. Ainge stepped into his new role Wednesday. He was also named an alternate governor for the Jazz on the NBA’s Board of Governors. “Joining the Jazz was a natural and perfect fit for me, as my roots in Utah are deep and strong,” Ainge said in a statement announcing his new position. Ainge stepped down from the Celtics front office in June, just hours after they were eliminated from the postseason. He won championships with Boston as a player in 1984 and 1986 and took over as president of basketball operations in 2003. He was voted the league’s top executive in 2008, when Boston won

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Utah State football announces 2022 early signing class – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN, Utah (Wednesday, Dec. 15) – Utah State head football coach Blake Anderson announced portions of his second signing class on Wednesday, as part of the NCAA Early Signing Day. The class, which includes 14 total players, is comprised of 11 high school athletes and three four-year transfers. “It’s a great foundation for what we’re trying to do,” Anderson said. “We’ll focus more with the back half of this class on veteran-type bodies that could fill in key, veteran departures. On the front of this, we wanted to make a big emphasis on building the fronts and we wanted to stay close to home. Six guys from the state is huge. We have another one from right down the road in Idaho Falls with Paul Fitzgerald. We get a built-in family member in Sione (Motu’apuaka), Hale’s big, little brother. Then, we have a guy like Anthony Switzer who we already know, spent time with and recruited. It’s a great foundation for what we’re wanting to do with key positions on the offensive and defensive line and skill positions such as a quarterback and running back. We’ll just continue to build around that. It’s a great start.” Of the 14 players, seven

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USU prepares for another in-state rivalry test and former Aggie Koby McEwen – Cache Valley Daily

OGDEN, Utah – The Aggies (7-3) will face off against in-state rival Weber State (9-1) in their second and final away game inside the beehive state. Utah State is looking for their third win in a row over the Wildcats and their first win at the Dee Events Center since 2015. The Aggies have won 10 of the last 13 contests. Weber State trounced Maine Fort Kent last time out, 82-36. The Wildcats’ only loss on the season came last week in Pullman, Washington. They fell to Washington State 94 to 60. The Wildcats are known for their quick-paced offense, especially in transition. They create chances off of steals, forcing 9.1 per game, among other turnovers to score a blazing 20.4 points off of turnovers per game. “I don’t know that we’ve seen a team in transition that plays this fast yet. We’ve got two in a row here that play really fast in transition,” Odom said. “It will be a good test for us.” Weber State also gets to the charity stripe often. They average 15.1 free throws per game compared to the Aggies’ 12.8. “(We’ll try) limiting their ability to get to the free-throw line. They get fouled

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USU’s Joyner using NIL opportunity to give back to the community – Cache Valley Daily

Patrick Joyner a defensive on the Utah State wears one of his Positive Journey shirts with a medallion of his nephew that has passed away. Joyner stands near a USU statue on Wednesday Dec. 1, 2021. LOGAN – Patrick Joyner, a 6’2’’, 230 lbs. junior defensive end on Utah State University’s football team, is making a mark off the field as well as on it. The Miami South Dade High School graduate is member of Hard Knocks Foundation, an organization that uses football as a catalyst to keep youth off the streets and on the playing field. Patrick Joyner wears one of his Positive Journey shirts with a medallion of his nephew that passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021. Derrick Lester started the foundation 2007. Joyner learned the fundamentals of football, discipline, dedication and teamwork from being a part of the foundation. They claim to have helped approximately 3,000 student athletes reach their full potential. The foundation takes underserved athletes to football camps at major universities to showcase their talents. “We knock on doors to get money,” Lester said. “We go to individuals, mom and pop shops, and even large corporations and ask for money.” Then they pay the

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PHOTO GALLERY: Century, Idaho 78, Green Canyon 71

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