After suffering two heavy losses in the preseason, players on the Olympus High School football team were frustrated and discouraged.
When Minnesota native Todd Mitchell accepted the head coaching position for the Olympus High School cross country team in 2011, he had no idea of the uphill battle that lay before him.
Not many high school girls can say they went nearly undefeated in a competitive soccer season.
Meet the Navajos. Watch weaving, dancing and other demonstrations. The rug show and sale helps to support the elders.
It's a rough hewn terrain park for snowboard addicts
They're out for blood. Dress up and donate.
Help Snowbird feed Utah's hungry and enjoy a thank you
Gourmet dining with a 360 degree view. No ski experience needed.
Scott Tuttle certainly laid more than a brick at the Bricklayer 500. In fact, he laid 579 of them.
“We’re started really strong this season,” Head Coach Emily Kennington said. “We’ve got a lot of young talent which is great for our team and the team unity really shows on the court.”