Eric & Ajay W/ The
Full Court Press

PHOTO GALLERY: Ridgeline 83, Tooele 73

Photos by Robert K. Scott / Additional information about Robert’s work (or inquiries about purchasing his photos) can be found at Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs. Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

Episode Details »

How to watch, projected starters, injuries – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – Utah State escaped with a road win at San Diego last time out and will return home to take on a feisty Oral Roberts team. The Golden Eagles have played a very up-and-down schedule with very easy opponents and some very difficult ones. The Aggies are the most in-between team for Oral Roberts so far in terms of difficulty. USU is not only undefeated at home so far but they’ve outscored opponents by 61 combined points in its three home contests. The Golden Eagles will put that dominance to a major test Tuesday evening. How to watch Tip-off: 7 p.m. MT Location: Dee Glenn Smith Spectrum | Logan, UT Broadcast: Mountain West Network Aggie GameDay Coverage on KVNU (102.1 FM/610 AM & KVNU mobile app): 6 p.m. MT KVNU Aggie Call (102.1 FM/610 AM, KVNU mobile app): Immediately after game ends Injuries Utah State Ryan Odom noted that an illness that impacted Rylan Jones’ minutes at San Diego is “going through the team” but said he didn’t expect anyone to miss Tuesday’s game. Oral Roberts No injurie notes. Projected Starters Utah State (4-0) G – Rylan Jones (6-0, Sr.) – 4.3 points | 1.5 rebounds | 5.0 assists G – Max Shulga (6-4, Jr.) –

Episode Details »

Perfect practice, unselfishness earned Green Canyon girls tennis back-to-back titles – Cache Valley Daily

PHOTO BY – Jayden Eastman (Courtesy of Green Canyon Girls Tennis) | Back Row (Left to Right) – Liz Murri, Bailey Huebner, Liv Phillips, Tori Jeppson, Maren mcKenna, Carly Nielson, Emma Murri | Front Row (Left to Right) – Macy Huish, Ali Suhaka, Erin Nielsen, Kate Reeder, Brooke Robinson. NORTH LOGAN – As the semifinals for the UHSAA 4A Girls Tennis Championship concluded, Camille Jeppson needed one question answered. As head coach of the Green Canyon girls tennis team, she was far too distracted by the five matches and seven girls she would need to coach in the upcoming championship matches. So Jeppson turned to the parents assembled at the Liberty Park Tennis Center and asked the simple question. “Can anyone catch us?” The short answer came back. “No.” With Green Canyon holding a spot in every championship match, no other team could accumulate enough points to catch the Wolves for first place in the championships. Even if every player on the team lost every title match, Green Canyon as a team would be state champions for girls tennis. Relief surged through Jeppson. For weeks she’d fretted about this tournament. Every night lying awake at 3 a.m. still conjuring up

Episode Details »

Powell, Jackson score season highs as Clippers defeat Jazz – Cache Valley Daily

Los Angeles Clippers forward Norman Powell, right, shoots as Utah Jazz forward Kelly Olynyk defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) LOS ANGELES (AP) — With Kawhi Leonard still working his way back and Paul George sidelined, the Los Angeles Clippers need the rest of the roster to pick up the slack. Norman Powell and Reggie Jackson did their part Monday night with season-high point totals. Powell came off the bench to score 30 and Jackson added 27 as the Clippers rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat the Utah Jazz 121-114. “I give the team credit. No matter who’s on the floor, we always feel like we have a chance to win,” coach Tyronn Lue said after the Clippers won their third straight. “It’s tough some nights and it’s not pretty every night, but we always seem to try to find a way to get it done. Different guys are stepping up every single night. “I thought at the end of the game, Norman and Reggie really brought this home offensively.” Leonard, who missed last season with a knee injury, had eight points and five

Episode Details »


Recent Tweets