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Wood’s goal gives Real Salt Lake snowy 1-0 win over Sounders – Cache Valley Daily

SANDY, Utah (AP) — Bobby Wood scored soon after a two-hour lightning delay and Zac MacMath made it stand up with five saves as Real Salt Lake earned a 1-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders at snowy Rio Tinto Stadium on Saturday. Wood’s game-winner came in the 46th minute after the weather delay halted play with two minutes left before halftime. RSL (1-0-1) outshot the Sounders (0-2-0) 13-8. MacMath saved all five shots on goal he faced for RSL. Stefan Frei saved four of the five shots he faced for the Sounders. These teams take to the pitch again on Mar. 13, with RSL visiting the New England Revolution while the Sounders host the LA Galaxy. 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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Media announces 2021-22 All-Mountain West Teams – Cache Valley Daily

Roddy, Hamilton and Ike were joined on the media panel’s All-Mountain West First Team by Fresno State’s Orlando Robinson and Wyoming guard Hunter Maldonado. Boise State’s Leon Rice was voted Mountain West Coach of the Year after leading the Broncos to their first outright MW championship. Boise State went 24-7 overall and 15-3 in league play despite not having a player voted by the media to First Team. Wyoming’s Jeff Linder received the other three votes for league’s top coach. The league champion Broncos had two players — seniors Kigab and Marcus Shaver — voted to the second team while Emmanuel Akot and Tyson Degenhart were honorable mentions, giving Boise State the most players recognized overall in the poll. Degenhart, a 6-7 forward, was also the unanimous selection for Freshman of the Year. Joining Shaver and Kigab on the league’s Second Team were Utah State forward Justin Bean, Colorado State point guard Isaiah Stevens and unanimous Newcomer of the Year selection Matt Bradley, the San Diego State senior guard who is averaging 17.8 points per game (19.7 per game in conference play). San Diego State’s Nathan Mensah is the Defensive Player of the Year and voted third team all-conference. Mensah

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Plans underway to make changes in the Aggie football stadium – Cache Valley Daily

An artist’s rendering of proposed stadium improvements at Utah State University’s football stadium. LOGAN – Plans for some additional east side seats and other renovations at Utah State University’s Maverik Stadium were received last week at the Radio Ranch from offices in the central administration. The proposed renovations and seating expansion appeared in the Fiscal Year 2023 Non-State Funded Capital Development Requests to the Utah Legislature. USU wants to expand its football stadium ( Much of it has to do with ADA compliance issues with the existing arena, but also calls for more seats. — Eric Frandsen (@efrandsen) February 24, 2022 Appearing on the Full Court Press program last week on 106.9 The Fan, Director of Athletics John Hartwell said no one in athletics was aware those plans had been released. He added they are outdated. “We need to fill what we’ve got,” Hartwell declared. “Yes, I absolutely think that from a perception standpoint we need a facility that’s over 30,000 seats, from a national perception standpoint. But we’ve got to do a better job filling up what we’ve got. An artist’s rendering of proposed stadium improvements at Utah State University’s football stadium. “And a lot of that is back

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USU men’s hoops enter MW Championship as No. 7 seed, facing Air Force on Wednesday – Cache Valley Daily

Justin Bean. Photo by Tina Lerohl LOGAN, Utah – Utah State men’s basketball will enter the Mountain West Championships as the No. 7 seed and will face the 10th-seeded Air Force Falcons on Wednesday, March 9, at 2:30 p.m. (MT) It marks the second time in the MW-era that the Aggies will enter the championships as the No. 7 seed, previously advancing to the MW Semifinals in 2018 after victories over Colorado State (76-65) and Boise State (78-75). The Aggies are unbeaten in first round games since joining the MW and 4-4 in quarterfinal action. All-time, Utah State has entered its conference tournament as the No. 7 seed four times and is 51-33 overall in conference tournaments. The Aggies have advanced to the MW Championship each of the last three seasons. A win in the first round would mean a third meeting with the second-seeded Colorado State Rams in the MW Quarterfinals on Thursday, March 10, at 7 p.m. (MT), with semifinal action on Friday, March 11, at 10 p.m. (MT). USU will have played their fourth game in four days when the MW Championships roll around on Saturday, March 12, at 4 p.m. (MT). Free News Delivery by Email

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Cache Valley High School All-Star Basketball Game 2022 – Cache Valley Daily

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No. 9 USU women’s basketball overcomes Late 14-point deficit to defeat No. 8 Fresno State 80-75 in first round of MW Championships – Cache Valley Daily

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – After trailing by 14 late in the fourth quarter of the first round of the 2022 Air Force Reserve Mountain West Women’s Basketball Championships, No. 9 Utah State women’s basketball outscored No. 8 Fresno State 31-12 in the final six and a half minutes to come away with the 80-75 victory on Sunday. The 14-point comeback is the largest comeback in the MW women’s tournament since Wyoming overcame a 16-point deficit against Utah State on March 2, 2020. “I’m just so proud of our girls,” head coach Kayla Ard said. “It was all heart. We were struggling all game. We weren’t shooting the ball very well. We just played this team a couple of days ago and we shot it really well then, so this was a different story. It was all heart. All the credit goes to the girls. They just refused to lose. I’m extremely proud of them.” Utah State (11-18) scored 36 points in the fourth period, 23 of which came from junior guard Shyla Latone. Latone, who finished with a season-high-tying 26 points, was a perfect 100 percent in shooting from the field (6-of-6), behind the arc (5-of-5) and at the charity stripe (6-of-6) in the fourth. The Aggies were

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