Talk to any lacrosse coach around the Salt Lake Valley, and chances are they’ll tell you the sport is still fairly new to the area.
To say the Skyline High School boys tennis team had a good season would be a major understatement.
What do you get when you combine the essence of a drill team with the skill and technicality of figure skating?
For the members of Brighton High School’s track and field team, running isn’t just something to do after school; it’s a way to be involved in an upbeat, close-knit community.
For Skyline High School’s baseball team, the 2016 season is just starting to pick up.
With the Skyline High School track and field season beginning the first week of March, the 75 members of the Eagle’s team have already put in over 100 hours of practice and training.
As the Skyline girl’s lacrosse team wraps up a 12-game season, the players aren’t gauging their success by a record of wins and losses.
As the Brighton High School baseball team heads into the second half of their season, head coach Jonnie Knoble is hoping the group will finish out stronger than they started.
For the 27 boys on Brighton High School’s tennis team, this year is all about working hard to maintain an undefeated season and uphold the winning legacy of the BHS boys tennis program.
The Brighton High School boys soccer team started off its 2016 season strong: The team won its first three non-region games by an average of two goals and closed out longtime challenger Taylorsville 1-0 in its first region game.