As a senior co-captain, point guard Kaitlyn Viator is expected to take charge of things for Layton this year — and it was a charge she took in the lane midway through the first quarter that sparked the Lancers to an 18-8 run over the rest of the half Tuesday.
The Layton Lancers took command of the game early and never let up against the Bonneville Lakers, winning 42-24 at Layton High School, in Layton, on Tuesday, November 21, 2017.
Woods Cross capped a furious fourth quarter with an 18-yard pass from Carston Naegle to Judge Samuelu to upset Timpview 28-24 in the opening round of the 5-A playoffs Friday.
Just imagine how much different the 2017 girls soccer season would have been for Sky View High if Kylee Griffin went to Green Canyon, the new school in North Logan.
The Sky View girls soccer team outshines Bonneville Lakers 2-0 during the 4-A girls state championships on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy.
It only took a fraction of a second for Bonneville’s girls soccer team to come one step closer to a lifetime achievement — a chance to play in the state 4-A championship final.
With a spot in the playoffs out of reach, and not a lot to play for, Clearfield came up with a daring new game plan on Wednesday evening.
Green Canyon equalized during stoppage time in the second half, but Bonneville regained its composure throughout two periods of extra time and defeated the upstart first-year program 5-3 in a shootout.
Bonneville High girls soccer coach Rob McDaniel doesn’t take anything for granted in the state tournament, and a first-round battle with Desert Hills Wednesday had him on edge.