The Salt Lake County-based Bears came in with a much better record and plenty of experience. The small-town Wasps were 8-13 on the season. Juab repelled a furious Summit Academy rally then needed an overtime rally of its own to capture a 61-58 upset in the first round of the Class 3A boys’ basketball tournament Saturday morning at Wasatch High.
The Highland boys’ basketball team is the kind of squad that higher-ranked clubs won’t want to face in the state tournament. The Rams might not be the best shooting team, but they play intense, physical defense and have the players that can make big plays. Those skills all were on display on senior night Friday as Highland blasted Skyline 63-27 to secure second place in Region 6 behind nationally ranked Olympus.
Herriman • It normally spells trouble when a team hits just one basket in the final 10 minutes of a game. But that’s exactly what the Copper Hills girls’ basketball team did Tuesday as it earned a 35-33 victory over Herriman and with it the Region 3 championship. “It’s a tough way, but it’s the best way,” Grizzlies coach Kent Smith said. “These are the types of games you find yourself in at the state tournament where every possession is magnified and when defense carries the day.
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Selecting a term
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