Salem Hills High junior Nikki Finau had earned the starting position in the net for the 2017 girls soccer season, but instead of defending the net against the top teams in the state, she will be facing a much more difficult opponent that doesn’t play by the rules.Cancer has a wicked left foot, and it has a way of striking a penalty kick into the net.Finau was diagnosed with leukemia in July.
A week after its defense allowed more than 40 points in a loss to Dixie, Lone Peak High School’s defense was once again on the spot when the Knights faced one of the top-scoring teams in Utah.It turns out embarrassment is a powerful motivational tool.Lone Peak’s defense held Lehi in check and its offense matched the Pioneers in scoring on Friday night as the Knights rolled to an impressive 40-7 win.“Last week I think we got a shot in the arm as far as how much we need to prepare and this...
Even though Lehi and Salem Hills had only played two non-region volleyball matches each, it’s not too early to see who the leaders on their teams will be this year.Lehi will be counting on Maddie Lindsay and Lydia Montague to contend for a region title and Salem Hills will be relying on Tessa Robertson and Micah Button, along with outside hitter Halley Cluff, to help the Skyhawks remain relevant in region play.Thursday night the two teams met in the Region 10 opener and both teams relied on...
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Selecting a term
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