JUNCTION – Piute High School’s Lady Thunderbirds opened the season with a 44-29 loss to Monument Valley’s Lady Cougars at the 1A Preview Tournament held at the Sevier Valley Center in Richfield, Nov. 22 and 23. The loss was followed by a 42-24 victory over the Lady Pirates of Green River, Nov. 23.
BICKNELL – The Lady Badgers of Wayne High School opened the season with two wins at the 1A Preview Tournament held at the Sevier Valley Center in Richfield, Nov. 22 and 23. The squad’s first bout resulted in a 46-25 blowout over Tabiona’s Lady Tigers, Nov. 22. The Lady Badgers followed such …
SALINA – The North Sevier High School boys’ basketball team traveled to compete in the Enterprise Blue and Gold Tournament in Enterprise, Nov. 26 and 27. The Wolves picked up two wins and one loss at the two-day tourney.
SALINA – North Sevier High School’s Wolf Women won, 50-45, their non-league season opener basketball game against the Lady Rams of Parowan on their home court in Salina, Nov. 26.
Richfield High School’s girls’ basketball team chalked its first win of the season with a 64-42 victory over Juab’s Lady Wasps on the Lady Wildcats’ home court, Nov. 26.
Richfield High School’s boys’ basketball team took the court against the Juab Wasps in Richfield, Nov. 26, for the Wildcats’ season opener. The’Cats beat the Wasps by 29-points, 71-42.
SALINA – North Sevier Middle School hosted its annual Fun Run race in Salina, Nov. 18. The two-mile run promotes healthy lifestyles, friendly competition and is an anti-drug campaign for the middle school students.
Richfield High School’s swim team picked up another overall victory for the Wildcats, as well as wins for both the boys’ and girls’ teams in Richfield Friday with 156 points and 128 points, respectively.
Richfield High School’s varsity girls’ tennis team earned the 3A academic state champion award based on the team members cumulative grade point average in Richfield, Nov. 21.
SALINA – The North Sevier High School’s boys’ basketball team opened the season with a bout on their home court in Salina Friday night. While the Eagles jumped out to a lead in the front half of the game, the Wolves came back and defeated the Eagles, 47-35.
SALINA – North Sevier High School’s wrestling team is in the midst of preparing for the upcoming season to begin with back-to-back matches – the first will be against the Canyon View Falcons in Cedar City Wednesday, Dec. 4, and then a home mat match against the Emery Spartans in Salina, Thur…
Richfield High School’s swim team picked up two more wins. The first victory for the Wildcats was in the squad’s home pool in Richfield, Nov. 14, where the girls’ team won with 118 points and the boys’ team won with 106 points. The second victory was a road win at Grand in Moab Friday. Both …
Richfield High School’s Wildcat swim team earned its second gold win of the season with a combined score of 279 points in Mount Pleasant Friday. Separately, the Lady ’Cats took first place with 154 points, while the RHS boys’ squad finished in first place with 125 points.
The Richfield High School’s swim team earned gold overall, as did the boys’ and girls’ teams separately in Richfield Friday afternoon. The girls’ team finished with 114, while the boys’ team finished with 102 points. The six-team meet was the first of the 2019-20 season for RHS.
Richfield High School’s Lady Wildcat volleyball team’s 2019 season concluded with the squad earning bronze via a third place finish at the 3A state championship tournament held at Utah Valley University in Orem, Oct. 29 and 30.
MONROE – South Sevier High School’s 2019 volleyball team’s season wrapped up with a sixth place finish at the 3A state championship tournament held at Utah Valley University in Orem, Oct. 29 and 30. Given the Lady Rams’ record from regular season play, the team entered the state tourney rank…
The Richfield High School football team ended its playoff run Friday evening in Grantsville against the top team of Region 13.
SALINA – North Sevier High School’s volleyball team’s season came to an end with a 3-2 loss to the Lady Eagles in Duchesne Saturday. The Wolf Women closed the season with a 2-8 record in region play and a 7-22-1 overall.