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LIVESTREAM: Mountain Crest Mustangs vs. Woods Cross Wildcats – 4A Boys Lacrosse | April 1, 2022

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PHOTO GALLERY: Green Canyon 1, Mountain Crest 0 boys soccer

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Brandon Horvath playing in Dos Equis 3x3U National Championship – Cache Valley Daily

FILE PHOTO: Brandon Horvath. Photo by Tina Lerohl LOGAN, Utah – Utah State’s Brandon Horvath will open play at the Dos Equis 3X3U National Championship on Friday, playing alongside student-athletes from the Mountain West and Western Athletic conferences. The tournament is being played at The Sugar Mill in New Orleans, Louisiana. Horvath, part of the Rocky Mountain Range, is joined by Wyoming’s Drake Jeffries, Sam Houston State’s Savion Flagg and Grand Canyon’s Holland Woods. The group begins pool play today, facing the Western Sky-Walkers (Big Sky/Big West), Wicked Smahts (Ivy League/Patriot League) and Colonial Con-Nec-Tion (Colonial/NEC). Two former Aggies are part of the Western Sky-Walkers in Koby McEwen and John Knight III. McEwen was the MW Freshman of the Year in 2017 with the Aggies before transferring to Marquette and then to Weber State, while Knight III appeared in 10 games for Utah State during the 2018-19 season before transferring to Southern Utah. The 3X3U National Championships includes seniors who exhausted their collegiate eligibility in 2021-22 and combines them into 16 teams playing pool play on Friday and Saturday, leading up to the knockout state of Sunday. The winning team from each pool play game will win $1,000, victories in

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Real fans or male fans-only? – Cache Valley Daily

USU vs Colorado St women’s basketball, 01/19/22. Photo by Rick Parker To those who do support women’s sports, I need to say before I begin: we know who you are, we appreciate you and we do not take for granted the love you have given us. Your support means the world to us. I have formed friendships with consistent fans I hope last a lifetime. When I say this, I am not talking about you. Taylor Franson, 42, is defended during a USU vs New Mexico women’s basketball game on 01/06/22. Photo by Rick Parker. I am talking to the dad who has young daughters and has never brought them to see a women’s sporting event. I am talking to the old couple who has lived in Logan for 30+ years and has only ever watched men’s basketball and football. I’m talking to the student who claims to be USU’s biggest sports fan, but hasn’t watched a single women’s basketball, softball or volleyball game, soccer or tennis match, gymnastics meet or any of the various women’s clubs at USU. I am talking to fans who think they are real fans because they cheer for the men’s teams and have never

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No. 25 Utah State sets several program records at NCAA Norman Regional – Cache Valley Daily

USU’s Brie Clark competes in the floor routine at the NCAA Regionals at Norman, Oklahoma. Image is a screen grab of a video shared by USU Gymnastics on social media. NORMAN, Okla. – Utah State went down swinging in what proved to be the Aggies’ final gymnastics meet of the 2022 campaign. Utah State, ranked 25th nationally, notched its highest score in program history for an NCAA regional meet, but placed third in Session 1 of the second round of the NCAA Norman Regional on Thursday afternoon at the Lloyd Noble Center. The Aggies scored at least a 49.075 on each event en route to finishing with a team score of 196.825, which also ranks third all-time in school history. No. 8 Minnesota finished first in the session with a 197.825 and No. 9 California placed second, as those two advanced to Saturday’s regional final. Boise State finished fourth with a 196.425. “We could not have gone out and done any better than what we did today,” said fifth-year Utah State head coach Amy Smith. “I am so proud of the integrity and the character they held throughout the meet, and the gymnastics was just a lovely extra component of that.

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