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130 student athletes from throughout Northern Utah receive Academic All-State awards | Sports

The Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) recently revealed its Academic All-State Teams for spring sports (boys tennis, girls golf, boys and girls lacrosse, boys soccer, girls and boys track and field, boys volleyball, baseball, softball), as well as Instrumental Music, Speech and Debate, Vocal Music and Theatre. Hundreds of students were recognized from around the state for the accomplishments in the classroom and in competition. “Since 1927, the UHSAA has led the development of education-based interscholastic athletic and fine arts activities that help students succeed in their lives,” says UHSAA Executive Director Robert Cuff. “The belief is these activities are an essential part of the high school experience and go a long way to improving academic performance and producing better citizens.” Students are nominated based on their unweighted cumulative high school GPA, ACT/SAT score and are varsity contributors. Over 100,000 students participate in high school activities in Utah, making the Academic All-State award the most prestigious honor the UHSAA presents to senior students.  In Northern Utah, 130 students received the recognition, with the sport in which they were recognized listed in parentheses: Bear River High School Jessa Theurer (Girls Golf) Ashley Warren (Softball) Kaya Towne (Softball) Jared Jones (Boys

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Boys and Girls Lacrosse final RPI, playoff brackets released by UHSAA | Sports

LOGAN — The final RPI and playoff matchups of the 2023-24 high school sports season have been released. Boys and girls lacrosse will wrap up this prep sports year with playoffs beginning Tuesday with the RPI released earlier today determining the matchups. Bear River girls dominated once again, with a second undefeated campaign in the last three years (and a 52-1 overall record in those three seasons), ending the regular season with a 16-0 record and the Region 11 title. The Bears rank first in the RPI by a comfortable margin ahead of Payson and in front of the next-closest Region 11 teams, Ridgeline at fifth and Sky View at sixth. Mountain Crest ranked eighth, Green Canyon 12th and Logan 16th. The playoffs for girls lacrosse technically begin on Tuesday with a play-in game between the bottom two seeded teams, but all other 14 teams will have their first-round games Thursday, played at the home site of the higher ranked team at 4 p.m. Quarterfinal games will be on May 18, also at home sites with the semifinal games on May 21 at Westminster and the championship game on May 23 at Zions Bank Stadium. In boys lacrosse, region champion

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