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PHOTO GALLERY: Ridgeline 67, Fremont 55 boys basketball

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Logan guard Justin Anderson named Cache Valley Media Group Prep Basketball Player of the Week – Cache Valley Daily

After the first slate of high school boys and girls basketball games, Logan guard Justin Anderson has been named Cache Valley Media Group Prep Basketball Player of the Week. Anderson helped the Grizzlies to a 3-1 start, 23.8 points per game, 5.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists. He also made 14-of-25 threes in those four games, a whopping 56.0 percent. In those four games Anderson scored at least 23 points three times, including 31 points in a 72-63 Logan road win over Spanish Fork. He also had 29 in Logan’s 83-40 blowout win over Tooele. Other nominees for this week were Emilee Skinner, Tanner Davis and Cambree Tensmeyer. Skinner led the Ridgeline girls in four of the five major statistical categories, pacing the Riverhawks to a 2-0 start to the season. Davis led the Sky View boys to a 4-0 start including a sweep at a tournament in southern Utah. Tensmeyer led the Green Canyon girls in points, was third in rebounds, second in assists and also made seven threes overall, more than the rest of her teammates combined. Candidates for the Player of the Week award were nominated by Cache Valley Media Group staff and then voted on by all

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Cache Valley Media Group announces All-Region 11 Football Team for 2022 – Cache Valley Daily

Brevin Egbert runs the ball for the Sky View Bobcats in their playoff game against Hurricane. Photo by Sean Greene. LOGAN – The 2022 football season for Region 11 saw its fair share of ups and downs with player injuries, new coaches, young players stepping into expanded roles and multiple teams making it to the 4A semifinal playoff games in Cedar City. The season was full of close contests and exciting plays and the voting members* of the Cache Valley Media Group who regularly follow high school football have voted on and selected the All Region 11 1st and 2nd teams, along with an MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. Running back Brevin Egbert from Sky View was recognized as the MVP; wide receiver Andrew Thornley from Logan was recognized as the Offensive Player of the Year; linebacker Carson Olsen from Mountain Crest was recognized as the Defensive Player of the Year; and, first-year Mountain Crest head coach Ryan Visser was selected as the Coach of the Year. Region 11 MVP: Brevin Egbert from Sky View Brevin Egbert takes a handoff from Carson Thatcher. Photo by Lorene Hale “For me,

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PHOTO GALLERY: Ridgeline 68, Morgan 44 girls basketball

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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 rscott.smugmug.com. Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs.  http://welogostuff.mypromohq.com/ Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

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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

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UHSAA classification realignment proposal has Logan moving from 4A to 3A – Cache Valley Daily

Logan High Grizzlies. Photo by Lorene Hale LOGAN – The Utah High School Activities Association released a “first consideration” for upcoming re-alignment of regions and classification for schools that would take effect in fall of 2023. For schools in and around Cache Valley there are multiple potential changes that would impact high school athletics. First and foremost among these changes is Logan High School potentially moving down from the 4A classification to 3A. No other teams in Region 11 – which currently consists of Bear River, Sky View, Green Canyon, Logan, Ridgeline and Mountain Crest – is recommended to move up or down. Mountain Crest is a school that is considered “on the bubble” for a potential move down to 3A, but as things stand with the proposal the Mustangs would remain in 4A. Proposed 4A Classification Uintah Provo East Bountiful Timpanogos Dixie Bonneville Ridgeline Murray Jordan Crimson Cliffs Orem Tooele Green

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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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4A Football Semifinal: #4 Ridgeline Riverhawks vs #1 Crimson Cliffs Mustangs

Stream The Ridgeline vs Crimson Cliffs broadcast is scheduled to begin at 3:45 p.m. Today’s broadcast is brought to you with LIVE commentary from Devin Dixon. Listen to this broadcast on the radio at 104.5 The Ranch and streamed online here. To watch other High School games that have aired this season, click here. Free News Delivery by Email Would you like to have the day’s news stories delivered right to your inbox every evening? Enter your email below to start! Source link

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Wings – Cache Valley Daily

Sean Bairstow drives to the basket. Photo by Tina Lerohl LOGAN – This is part two of a three-part series previewing the Utah State men’s basketball position groups. The first part took a magnifying glass to the Aggie guards, this one will open the book on the wings of the team. As explained in part one, finding a true dividing line between what is a “guard” and “wing” is not really worth the effort. So the arbitrary line chosen was that guards are those listed as a guard and are listed as being under 6-foot-3. The wings group will consist of the remaining players listed at guard (this time all the 6-4 and taller ones) along with the forwards of the team. RJ Eytle-Rock (6-4, 5th-year Sr.) 2021-22 Averages: 24.1 minutes (31 games, 30 starts) | 7.8 points | 2.3 rebounds | 1.9 assists | 0.5 steals | 0.1 blocks 2021-22 Shooting Splits: 41.1 FG% | 34.4 3PT% | 81.0 FT% After averaging 14.3 points per game his final season at UMBC, Eytle-Rock struggled to find a similar level of success when he followed Ryan Odom to Utah State. His shooting percentages dropped (59.1 True Shooting % to 53.7) and his scoring

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