Sky View rolls past Ogden, sits a win away from first state win

Think Sky View players are having a good time this postseason? There were smiles and hugs, high-fives and dance moves during halftime Friday night as the Bobcats were on their way to dismantling yet another Class 4A opponent with a 5-0 state semifinal victory against Ogden. The game lacked suspense after Haley Haynie scored in… Continue reading Sky View rolls past Ogden, sits a win away from first state win

Judge Memorial tames North Sanpete to clinch spot in state title game

Sandy • Everything went right for the Judge Memorial girls’ soccer team Friday night at Jordan High. The Bulldogs got five goals from six players to take a dominating 6-1 victory over outmanned North Sanpete in the Class 3A state semifinals. The relatively easy win also allowed Judge coach Scott Platz to rest his starters… Continue reading Judge Memorial tames North Sanpete to clinch spot in state title game

Bonneville delivers on PKs for second straight game to oust Snow Canyon, reach title game

Karly Conolly never will forget her first career penalty kick. The junior, a bundle of nerves and confidence, made the Lakers’ first sudden-death penalty kick to beat Snow Canyon 5-4 on PKs Friday and advance to the Class 4A state title game. “I knew that I had it in my hands, and if I make… Continue reading Bonneville delivers on PKs for second straight game to oust Snow Canyon, reach title game

Maple Mountain edges Timpanogos on PKs to capture state title

Sandy • No one is more used to playing in overtime than Maple Mountain. After advancing to the Class 5A state championship match with a penalty shootout victory over East, the Golden Eagles proved that they are one of the most clutch soccer teams in the state when they outlasted region rival Timpanogos in their… Continue reading Maple Mountain edges Timpanogos on PKs to capture state title

Utah family sues after plane crash killed husband and wife

The family of one of the couples killed in a small Weber County plane crash in July is suing the estate of the other couple aboard, who owned the aircraft. The four children and parents of Perry and Sara Huffaker filed suit Friday in Weber County’s 2nd District Court against Donette Crayton, who represents the… Continue reading Utah family sues after plane crash killed husband and wife

Senators demand information on Hatch-authored drug law that may hurt DEA enforcement efforts

Washington • More than 30 U.S. senators demanded information Friday on the 2016 law that stripped the Drug Enforcement Administration of its most potent weapon against companies suspected of spilling hundreds of millions of addictive painkillers onto the black market. Thirty-one Democrats and two independents noted that the same law required the DEA and the… Continue reading Senators demand information on Hatch-authored drug law that may hurt DEA enforcement efforts

Utah governor headed to Jordan, Israel for trade mission

Gov. Gary Herbert is on his way to Jordan and Israel for a trade mission. The trip is hosted by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and the World Trade Center Utah. Herbert is scheduled arrive in Jordan on Saturday and attend meetings in Amman before heading to Israel on Monday. The trip includes visits… Continue reading Utah governor headed to Jordan, Israel for trade mission