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Six things to know about Utah State’s road matchup with Hawaii – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – The Utah State football team is trekking its way to The Aloha State for a showdown with the Hawaii Warriors (2-8, 1-4 Mountain West). The Aggies (4-5, 3-2) are trying to build some kind of momentum, but injuries and self-inflicted errors have limited USU on its way to reversing the 1-4 start the team opened with. There’s plenty at stake still for the Aggies who have goals of bowl eligibility despite spending most of this season below .500. Game Info Kickoff: 9 p.m. MT Location: Clarence T.C. Ching Complex | Honolulu, Hawaii TV Broadcast: Spectrum Sports Aggie GameDay Coverage on KVNU (102.1 FM/610 AM & KVNU mobile app) & simulcast on 106.9 The FAN (106.9 FM / 1390 AM & 106.9 The FAN mobile app): 7:30 p.m. MT KVNU Aggie Call (102.1 FM/610 AM, KVNU mobile app + 106.9 FM / 1390 AM The FAN, 106.9 The FAN mobile app): Immediately after game ends Another chance to be .500, advance toward bowl eligibility Utah State started the year with a winning record but fell all the way to 1-4. This is the third chance the Aggies have had to get back to a .500 record. The previous two chances came in Week 4

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Utah State men’s basketball signs three to 2023-24 class – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN, Utah –Utah State head men’s basketball coach Ryan Odom has announced the signing of three players to the 2023-24 signing class in Garrison Phelps (Phoenix, Arizona/St. Mary’s Catholic), Kalifa Sakho (Rouen, France/South Plains College) and Karson Templin (Fairview, Texas/Lovejoy HS). “I’m thrilled to welcome Karson, Garrison and Kalifa to the Utah State basketball family,” Odom said. “All three are tremendous young men who fit in perfectly with our program and culture. They each hit it off instantly with our players and staff, and I know we are all excited that they made the decision to be Aggies. Each of the three are high-level athletes who love the game of basketball and I’m confident will be crowd favorites in the Spectrum.” Phelps, a 6-6 guard, hails from St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Phoenix, Arizona. The four-year letterwinner averaged 15.3 points, 6.1 rebounds and 4.2 assists in his high school career, while shooting 58 percent from the field, 37 percent from behind the arc and 82 percent at the free throw line, Phelps was named the Defensive Player of the Year while also earning first-team all-state and all-Arizona honors. He led St. Mary’s Catholic HS to win the state championships as

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Dozens of local athletes recognized on fall Academic All-State teams – Cache Valley Daily

The Mountain Crest girls soccer team hoists the championship trophy after defeating Snow Canyon 3-0 in the 4A girls soccer championship on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022. Photo by Robert K. Scott LOGAN – The Utah High School Activities Association recently announced its fall Academic All-State teams. Dozens of student athletes from Region 11, Box Elder High School and Rich High School were recognized for their achievements in their designated sports and for their success in the classroom. In total, 85 students were recognized in seven fall sports. “For over 25 years the UHSAA has presented the Academic All-State Award to recognize those students who have excelled in the classroom as well as in athletic competition,” says UHSAA Executive Director Rob Cuff. “Individuals are selected for this award on the basis of their athletic ability and academic proficiency. “With over 85,000 students participating in high school activities, this award is the most prestigious honor the UHSAA presents to senior students. On behalf of all those who are associated with the UHSAA, I congratulate and pay tribute to those individuals who have earned and received this distinguished award.” The nomination process for these awards opened on September 6th and continued through October

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