Despite a young roster, late arriving players and a new coach, the Bear River boys basketball team has risen above the early season adversity and clawed its way to a winning record in non-league play. "We have pretty good athletes, and I like that our kids can get up and down the court and really get after it defensively," Bear River head coach Jeff Bickmore said. "I've been really proud of what we've been able to do defensively."
The team mantra is simple and straight to the point. "Hard work, no excuses." That's the mindset first year head coach George Woodward wants his athletes to have as he builds a new foundation for the Nevada Union wrestling program. "Just get out there and work hard," Woodward said. "This is a sport that even if you don't excel and become a champion on the mat, you can become a champion at life with the lessons this sport teaches you. Perseverance, integrity, hard work, accountability.
For the third time in his collegiate career Will Sumner earned the 184-pound title at the Utah Valley University Open. Sumner, a 2014 Nevada Union graduate who wrestles for Utah Valley University, dominated on his home mat, winning all three of his bouts handily. The red shirt junior opened the tourney by beating BYU's Murat Molodgalii by technical fall (15-0).
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Selecting a term
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