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Sky View football jumps two spots; MC soccer and SV volleyball remain on top of latest RPI rankings – Cache Valley Daily

Photo by Lorene Hale. SMITHFIELD – The Sky View Bobcats and Rich Rebels remain the top teams in their respective volleyball classifications, while the Sky View football team jumped two spots in the latest football rankings. In girls soccer, Mountain Crest remains on top followed by the Ridgeline Riverhawks. And in 5A, the girls soccer playoffs begin this week with the Box Elder Bees heading to Northridge on Thursday. Here are the latest RPI standings for football, volleyball and girls soccer for the teams in Northern Utah. FOOTBALL REGION 11 FOOTBALL RPI3-Ridgeline Riverhawks (5-3, 3-1)6-Sky View Bobcats (4-4, 3-1)7-Mountain Crest Mustangs (4-4, 2-2)9-Logan Grizzlies (4-4, 2-2)10-Green Canyon Wolves (1-7, 1-3)12-Bear River Bears (2-6, 1-3) 5A FOOTBALL RPI15-Box Elder (5-3, 2-2) 1A 8-PLAYER FOOTBALL RPI3-Rich Rebels (3-4) FOOTBALL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK– Green Canyon vs Sky View on Friday at 7 p.m. The football game will be broadcast on 100.9 Lite FM, 106.9 FM / 1390 AM The FAN, audio streamed here and video streamed on Cache Valley Daily.– Ridgeline vs Logan on Friday at 7 p.m. The football game will be broadcast on 104.5 The Ranch, KVNU 610 AM / 102.1 FM, audio streamed here and video streamed on Cache Valley Daily.– Mountain Crest vs Bear

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Legas brings new wrinkle to USU offense, will it help? – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – Utah State is now 1-4 in a season where most expected/hoped that record would be at least 3-2, or maybe even be 4-1. Yet there remains optimism following Thursday’s loss at BYU, the Aggies’ fourth straight defeat. Some of that stems from the 26 points scored – most since USU’s lone win in Week 0 – but also from the beginning of the Cooper Legas era. Most Aggie fans didn’t get much time to anticipate the first start of the junior QB’s collegiate career. Heck, aside from the team personnel who obviously knew, only Legas’ close family were allowed to be informed of his impending start. As such, many of his friends – plenty of whom live near LaVell Edwards Stadium and Legas’ old stomping grounds of Orem High School – didn’t know to be ready to cheer for him. BYU seemed to be as surprised as anybody that Legas would be behind center on Thursday, leading to early success by USU on offense. The Aggies gained 246 yards in the first half, 142 of those on the ground. Legas played a notable role in making that run game more dangerous. Utah State hasn’t been able to effectively

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Galaxy clinch playoff berth, tie Salt Lake 1-1 behind Costa – Cache Valley Daily

LA Galaxy midfielder Marco Delgado (8) and Real Salt Lake defender Andrew Brody (2) run toward the ball during the second half of an MLS soccer match in Carson, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis) CARSON, Calif. (AP) — The LA Galaxy clinched a berth in Major League Soccer’s playoffs for the first time since 2019, coming from behind in a 1-1 draw against Real Salt Lake on Saturday night as Douglas Costa converted a penalty kick in the 68th minute. The playoff berth is the 20th in 27 seasons for the Galaxy, a five-time MLS champion. Eight of the 14 playoff spots have been determined, with the Galaxy joining Austin, Dallas and LAFC from the Western Conference, and defending champion New York City joined by Montreal, New York Red Bulls and Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference. LA was awarded a penalty kick by referee Kevin Stott when Riqui Puig was pulled down by Scott Caldwell but Puig’s kick was stopped in the 17th minute by goalkeeper Zac MacMath, who dived left. Sergio Córdova put RSL (11-11-11) ahead with his ninth goal of the season in the 25th minute, falling as he headed Aaron Herrera’s cross past Jonathan

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