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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · Logan High School Varsity Softball falls to Ridgeline High School 12-2


Tuesday, May 2, 2017

3:30 PM

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Riverhawks roll at home: Ridgeline remains perfect in Region 11 softball play
By Shawn Harrison sports editor

MILLVILLE — With the big prize still in their control, the Riverhawks took another step toward it.

Ridgeline celebrated Senior Day by staying perfect in Region 11 softball play Tuesday afternoon at Flight Field. The Riverhawks had no trouble with visiting Logan, 12-2, in five innings.

“I think we hit the ball pretty hard and that opened up the innings,” Ridgeline coach Mike Anderson said. “… We squared up well today and hit it.”

The hosts brought hot bats, were patient in the box and got another stellar performance from Mailee Jensen in the circle. The Riverhawks (14-7, 8-0 region) scattered nine hits, drew six walks and ran the bases alertly. Jensen struck out nine Grizzlies in five innings and allowed just three singles.

“I was mainly just focusing on pitching strikes and letting my infield do the work even if they hit it,” Jensen said.

The junior ace also led Ridgeline at the plate, going 2 for 2 and drawing a walk on her other plate appearance.

“I’m happy because I’ve been working on my swing so much,” Jensen said.

“It has not been good throughout the whole year. I’m glad that it’s finally working.”

Logan’s Mollie Balling had two of the three base knocks the Grizzlies (6-12-1, 3-5) had. She also drew a base on balls.

“Mollie has been a stud; she’s been solid,” Logan coach Kim Laing said. “She is our most consistent hitter. She gets up there with confidence and makes it happen.”

Balling began the game with a lead-off single to center. However, she was caught in a pickle trying to steal second after Jensen struck out a Logan batter.

“I think we are not coming ready and it’s getting in our heads,” Balling said. “We aren’t focused, but today I felt we were more focused. … We need to get running here.”

“I think mentally, we are not very strong right now,” Laing said. “… The last four games we haven’t had much fight. I think that’s a sign of our youth, inexperience and we’ve had a ton of injuries.”

The Riverhawks didn’t waste any time getting on the board. In the bottom of the first, Brooke Anderson — who went 2 for 4 in the game — singled to left field. She scored on a double by Mya Washington to deep left. Logan left fielder Aleya Zentner made a run, but the ball glanced off her glove. Washington would make it 2-0, scoring on a wild pitch.

In the third, Ridgeline added seven runs, four with two outs. Alex Buttars got the rally started with a single to left. Jensen brought Buttars home with a single, also to left.

Logan committed two errors in the fateful third inning. Ridgeline scored three runs on either wild pitches or passed balls. Grizzly starter Nya Laing had her day in the circle come to an end with two outs in the third and her team trailing 7-2. Pershelle Rorher came on and finished the game.

“As bad as this game I was, I saw a little more fight in them,” coach Laing said. “I can live with that. We will get better. … I thought Nya pitched a great game. I took her out because I don’t think it’s fair to leave a pitcher out there when her defense isn’t making plays.”

Trailing 9-0, the Grizzlies did show some fight in top of the fourth. Balling drew a walk, followed by a fly out and then a base on balls to Cheyenne Weekes. Mia Marin ripped a two-run single to the fence in left. Marin would have had a double, but stumbled rounding first.

“I just tried to do what I always do and did my job,” Balling said. “My hits aren’t that flashy, but that’s what I do.”

Logan could have cut into the lead more with a timely hit, but left the bags juiced when Jensen recorded another K.

The Riverhawks answered the Grizzly rally with three runs in the bottom of the fourth. With the bases loaded, Alleigh May was hit by a pitch to bring home speed-up runner Kawena Cabatu. McKenzie Bishop scored on some heads-up base running, and May came home on a Logan error.

The Grizzlies filled up the bases again in the fifth, but Jensen enticed a ground out to end the game.

“I need to work on staying focused throughout the whole game and not let up,” Jensen said.

Bishop and Maggie Smith were honored after the game, as well as Logan senior MaKayla Dahl.

“We probably haven’t had better leadership than what those two seniors have done,” coach Anderson said. “They have led in action, in deed and in voice. Those are critical.”

Ridgeline now turns its attention to a big region showdown with defending 3A state champion Bear River. The Riverhawks were able to win at Garland, 3-0, but are aware it will be a battle on Friday in Millville.

“Now we have to beat Bear River,” Jensen said. “That’s all we have left to do is beat Bear River and then Juan Diego, and our region season is over. Bear River is coming after us, so that’s a huge game.

“We want to be in control,” coach Anderson said. “Bear River is in the top three teams in the state, if not the top.”

GAME CHANGER:
Ridgeline Captures Lead Early To Defeat Logan Grizzly Varsity
Logan Grizzly Varsity fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 12-2 loss to Ridgeline on Tuesday. Ridgeline scored on an error and a groundout in the first inning.
Ridgeline captured the lead in the first inning. An error scored one run for Ridgeline.
Ridgeline scored seven runs in the third inning. The big inning for Ridgeline came thanks to a single , a error, a walk , a double by Lyndsey Anderson, a error, a walk , and a wild pitch.
Mailee Jensen earned the win for Ridgeline. She pitched five innings, surrendering two runs, three hits, and striking out nine. Nya Laing took the loss for Logan Grizzly Varsity. She tossed two and two-thirds innings, surrendering nine runs, five hits, and striking out five.
Mia Marin went 1-for-3 at the plate as she led the team with two runs batted in.

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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · Logan High School Varsity Softball falls to Bear River High School 17-0


Monday, May 1, 2017

3:30 PM

Bear River High School
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Bears rout Grizzlies in softball smackdown
By Wes Mangum sports writer

Cheyenne Weekes had a nice day at the plate.

Unfortunately for the Grizzlies, she was the lone Logan player with the chance to lay claim to any success with her bat.

Weekes came up with Logan’s only two hits of the game, as the Grizzlies fell to Bear River at home 17-0 in a mercy-rule shortened game.

“They are a good team, but definitely a team that I think we can compete with,” Logan assistant coach Jesse Howard said. “It just wasn’t our day, I guess.”

The Grizzlies found themselves facing an early mountain to climb. Bear River scored five runs in the top of the first off of Nya Laing. Two of those came on a Josie Larkin home run to left field. The Bears also picked up numerous bases on wild pitches and passed balls in the first inning.

“I think our biggest thing is just those little tiny plays to get us going,” Howard said. “We have to start off strong. They are a good hitting team, but that means that if they are hitting the ball we have to come back offensively.”

The Bears finished with a total of 14 hits, and seven different players had RBIs. Kapri Toone led the way by going 4 for 4 with an RBI and three runs. Toone tossed an incredibly efficient game for the Bears. She went the distance, striking out 10 and allowing two hits in the shutout.

“She is a good pitcher, she has some good movement on her ball,” Howard said. “We just didn’t adjust, that was our biggest thing.”

Weekes led off the bottom of the second inning with a single back up the middle. She then knocked a double into the outfield in the bottom of the fourth, but unfortunately her teammates were unable to bring her in.

Weekes remained patient at the plate, and waited for Toone to give her a hittable pitch in both at-bats.

“I just looked for my pitch and I knew that as long as I made contact, it would fly,” Weekes said.

Laing lasted 2 1/3 innings before being replaced by Pershelle Rohrer. The freshman settled in and threw well, yielding five hits and four runs over the remainder of the game.

“She did fairly well,” Howard said of Rohrer. “She made some good adjustments and some good pitches.”

GAME CHANGER:
Bear River Captures Lead Early To Defeat Logan Grizzly Varsity
Logan Grizzly Varsity fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 17-0 loss to Bear River on Monday. Bear River scored on a single by Taylor Fox, a groundout , and a home run by Josie Larkin in the first inning.
Bear River captured the lead in the first inning. Taylor Fox drove in one when she singled in the first inning.
Bear River scored five runs in the third inning. The big inning for Bear River came thanks to a walk by Mercedes Call, a triple by Lynsey Valverde, and a groundout by Fox.
A single by Cheyenne Weekes in the second inning was a positive for Logan Grizzly Varsity.
Kapri Toone earned the win for Bear River. She pitched five innings, surrendering zero runs, two hits, striking out ten, and walking one. Nya Laing took the loss for Logan Grizzly Varsity. She tossed two and a third innings, surrendering 13 runs, nine hits, and striking out one.
Weekes went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Logan Grizzly Varsity in hits.
Bear River collected 14 hits. Toone, Dacia Hobbs, Call, and Josie Larkin each collected multiple hits for Bear River. Bear River didn’t commit a single error in the field. Ashley Hess had eight chances in the field, the most on the team.

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Grizzlies News · All Teams Schedule: Week of May 1 – May 7


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Logan High School, May 1 – May 7

MONDAY

May 01, 2017

3:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball
vs. Bear River High School
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

May 02, 2017

3:30 PM Boys Varsity Baseball
@ Bear River High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball
@ Ridgeline High School
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball
@ Ridgeline High School
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

May 03, 2017

3:30 PM Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Bear River 4:30/7:00
SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

May 04, 2017

No events happening

FRIDAY

May 05, 2017

TBA Boys Varsity Tennis
Region Tournament
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Boys Varsity Baseball
@ Bear River High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball
vs. Ben Lomond High School
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball
vs. Ben Lomond High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

May 06, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

May 07, 2017

No events happening

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Grizzlies News · Event Recap: Week of April 22 – April 28


Saturday, Apr 22nd

No event results

Sunday, Apr 23rd

No event results

Monday, Apr 24th

No event results

Tuesday, Apr 25th

Boys Varsity Soccer
@ Bear River High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Tennis
vs. Bear River High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Morgan High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Softball
vs. Bear River High School
N/A

Wednesday, Apr 26th

Boys Varsity Baseball
@ Morgan High School
N/A

Thursday, Apr 27th

Boys Varsity Tennis
@ Ridgeline High School
N/A

Friday, Apr 28th

Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Ridgeline High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Softball
@ Morgan High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Morgan 4:30/7:00
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Softball
@ Morgan High School
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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · Logan High School Varsity Softball falls to Juan Diego Catholic School 7-5


Friday, April 21, 2017

3:30 PM

Juan Diego Catholic School
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Logan softball comeback falls short against JD
By Wes Mangum sports writer Apr 21, 2017 (0)
They fought and scrapped to dig themselves out of a hole, but the Grizzlies came up just short against Juan Diego in a Region 11 softball game.

After finding itself in a 7-2 deficit, Logan staged a rally that came up just short. The Grizzlies fell 7-5 to the Soaring Eagle at home Friday afternoon.

“I really wish we could have this one back,” Logan head coach Kim Laing said. “This one hurt.”

The contest started off with a bang. Juan Diego (10-5, 3-2) scored three runs in the top of the first, and the Grizzlies (4-9-2, 2-2) answered right back with two more in their half of the inning.

The Soaring Eagle tacked on another run in the top of the second, and a three-run fourth inning gave them a 7-2 lead. Logan’s Aleya Zentner led off the bottom of the fourth with a walk, and Mollie Balling knocked her in with a single up the middle to make it 7-3.

Nya Laing buckled down in the circle and fought to keep her team in it after the tumultuous first inning. Laing struck out 10 and allowed four earned runs on the game. She made quick work of the opposing batters in the last three innings, giving her squad a chance to get things done offensively. Logan committed at total of six errors.

“She fought,” coach Laing said. “I thought that she showed a lot of heart for us.”

Logan scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth, both of them coming with two outs. Balling hit a double, and Nya Laing brought her across the plate with another double in the next at-bat. Mia Marin lined a single down the third-base line on the next pitch to score Laing.

The seventh inning came and went quickly as Juan Diego held onto its two-run lead to close things out against the bottom of the Grizzlies’ lineup.

“It’s hard when you’ve only got two people that can score,” coach Laing said. “Molly (Balling) and Nya had four of our five runs. It’s just a matter of inexperience and confidence for the bottom of our order. We just played so lackadaisical today.”

Balling went 4 for 4 at the plate with a double, a RBI and two runs. Nya Laing was 3 for 3 with a walk, a double, a RBI and two runs.

“I just knew that I was going to hit it,” Balling said. “Last time we played this team, we hit this girl well. I just told myself I was going to keep it going. I just try to get on base, and with Nya behind me, I know I’ll score.”

The Grizzlies are now in fourth place in the region standings, behind Ridgeline, Bear River and Juan Diego.

“We are going to have to fight from here on out,” Kim Laing said. “We are going to have to try to catch up and make up some ground against some of the other teams.”

GAME CHANGER:
Logan Grizzly Varsity Fights Back In Loss To Juan Diego Catholic
Logan Grizzly Varsity’s effort to come back from down five runs in the fourth inning came up just short, as they fell 7-5 to Juan Diego Catholic on Friday. Logan Grizzly Varsity scored three runs in the failed comeback on a single by Molli Balling in the fourth, a double by Nya Laing in the sixth, and a single by Mia Marin in the sixth.
Logan Grizzly Varsity fell behind early in the loss. Juan Diego Catholic scored on a single by Britni Walker in the first inning and a triple by Allie Madsen in the first inning.
Juan Diego Catholic took an early lead in the first inning. Juan Diego Catholic scored one run when Walker singled with zero outs in the first inning.
Juan Diego Catholic scored three runs in the fourth inning. Juan Diego Catholic’s big inning was driven by a single by Madsen, a walk by Aaliyah Bass, and a single by Sydney Mammano.
Bass earned the win for Juan Diego Catholic. She threw seven innings, allowing five runs, 12 hits, and striking out six. Nya Laing took the loss for Logan Grizzly Varsity. She went seven innings, giving up seven runs, eight hits, and striking out ten.
Logan Grizzly Varsity had 12 hits in the game. Molli Balling, Laing, and Cheyenne Weekes each collected multiple hits for Logan Grizzly Varsity. Weekes, Balling, Mia Marin, and Laing each drove in one run to lead Logan Grizzly Varsity.
Juan Diego Catholic collected eight hits. Madsen and Mammano each collected multiple hits for Juan Diego Catholic.

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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · Logan High School Varsity Softball falls to Ridgeline High School 7-1


Friday, April 14, 2017

3:30 PM

Ridgeline High School
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Riverhawks soar, beat Grizzlies in softball rout
Jensen strikes out 12 in Ridgeline win
By Shawn Harrison sports editor Apr 14, 2017 (0)

Timely hits by the Riverhawks and some untimely errors by the Grizzlies proved to be the difference Tuesday.

Ridgeline created some scoring opportunities and took advantage of Logan errors on a cold and cloudy afternoon that also had some scattered rain drops. The visiting Riverhawks left with a 7-1 victory.

“I was happy with how when we got runners in scoring position then we put the pressure on them,” Ridgeline coach Mike Anderson said. “That is a game-changing to score early.”

Both starting pitchers were dialed in early as a pitcher’s duel looked to be unfolding. Ridgeline’s Mailee Jensen went on to strike out 12 and walk three, while allowing four hits. Logan’s Nya Laing struck out five, walked two and gave up seven hits.

“We came out serious because my coach said we needed to beat them (Grizzlies) to be in the right spot to face Bear River,” Jensen said. “The whole team was focused. … This is a big win, because they are a good team. Nya is a good pitcher, one of the best in the region. We were just able to get timely hits when we had runners on.”

The Riverhawks (8-5, 4-0 Region 11) got out of several jams with Jensen strikeouts. The Grizzlies (5-9-1, 2-2) stranded eight base runners on the day, with many in scoring position.

“You can look out there and tell if she is swaying around and feeling good, that she is in her mojo,” Anderson said. “When she feels good, she is hard to hit. She was really focused today.”

Logan committed six errors on the day, which overshadowed some nice defensive plays. Second baseman Saige Hansen robbed Jensen of a hit with a diving stop of a hot grounder, then made the throw to first from her knees. Grizzly first baseman Mia Marin made two running catches that had her up against the dugout as she stretched out to make the catch. Center fielder Amaya Maes also made a long run to make a catch to end an inning.

“I thought Nya pitched well,” Logan coach Kim Laing said. “Credit to them for coming up with hits at crucial times and putting pressure on our defense. We didn’t put any pressure on their defense. Offensively is were we really struggled. We’ll get there.”

While those plays were big and prevented Ridgeline from possibly scoring more, the errors throughout the game will haunt Logan.

“Those errors definitely hurt us,” coach Laing said. “… Everyone was super amped up. It’s a rough one and I know the girls are disappointed. We just got to get better from it.

The Grizzlies were without starting catcher Kam Laing, who broke a finger during practice on Thursday and will be out at least two weeks. She was leading the team offensively and had been super hot at the plate the past few weeks. Coach Laing did not use that as an excuse, however.

“It hurt us, but her teammates need to step up,” coach Laing said.

Five Riverhawks recorded hits. Tyler Thornton had two base knocks and two RBIs.

“We came here mentally ready to go,” Thornton said. “We were all here for business.”

Aleya Zentner had two of the Grizzlies’ four hits.

Jensen struck out four of the first five batters she faced.

“My riseball was working really well today; that is a lot of what they were swinging at,” Jensen said. “We threw a majority of fastballs and riseballs and a few change-ups and curves.”

Ridgeline got on the scoreboard in the third. Brooklyn Anderson drew a two-out walk. She scored when Mya Washington smashed a triple that reached the fence in right field.

After the Grizzlies stranded two in their half of the third, the Riverhawks added to their lead with three runs on two hits and two Logan errors. Thornton doubled and scored on an error.

“Nya is a great pitcher, classy kid, throws hard,” coach Anderson said. “The thing is you need to get the timing on her. It took us an inning or so. We had some timely hits and then some errors helped.”

The Grizzlies plated their lone run in the fifth. Mollie Balling scored on a Mia Marin single to the gap in right center. Balling had reached base via a base on balls.

“We just weren’t adjusting … or having the patience,” said Balling, who had one hit and walked twice. “… I had a lot of fun. I’m sad that we lost, but it was a fun game to play. I feel like we are improving and are definitely on the upswing.”

Nya Laing needed just 15 pitches to get through the fifth and sixth innings. But a lead-off double by Lyndsey Anderson in the seventh and more Grizzly errors were the final nails in the coffin. The Riverhawks added three runs in the seventh to seal the win. Thornton had a two-run single.

“I was trying to make contact and took what I could get,” Thornton said.

GAME CHANGER:
Logan Grizzly Varsity Can’t Hold Up Against Ridgeline
Friday was a long day for Logan Grizzly Varsity, as it fell to Ridgeline 7-1.
Ridgeline scored three runs in the seventh inning. Ridgeline’s big inning was driven by a error and a single by Tyler Thornton.
Mailee Jensen earned the win for Ridgeline. She threw seven innings, allowing one run, four hits, and striking out 12. Nya Laing took the loss for Logan Grizzly Varsity. She pitched seven innings, surrendering seven runs, six hits, and striking out five.
Aleya Zentner led Logan Grizzly Varsity with two hits in three at bats.

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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · Logan High School Varsity Softball beat Ben Lomond High School 18-0


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

3:30 PM

Logan High School
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Grizzlies 18, Scots 0

With threatening skies, Logan just wanted to get the game in and return home. Mission accomplished.The Grizzlies (6-9-1, 3-2) rebounded from a disappointing outing last Friday at home and pounded winless Ben Lomond (0-8, 0-5) at Ogden. Logan did it in quick fashion as well, taking just three innings.“We were happy to get it in,” Logan coach Kim Laing said. “There was a light rain, so we tried to push in runs. … We got it in and got the win.”

Nya Laing three innings of no-hit ball and also helped her cause with a three-run home run. Callie Billings had two doubles, brought home three runs and scored three times herself. Cheyenne Weekes had two hits and scored three times also.

Logan scored 10 runs in the third to help end the game early.

GAME CHANGER:
Laing Throws No-Hitter As Logan Grizzly Varsity Defeats Ben Lomond
Nya Laing didn’t allow a single hit as Logan Grizzly Varsity defeated Ben Lomond 18-0 on Tuesday. To get the final out Laing struck out PlayerI.
Logan Grizzly Varsity secured the victory thanks to ten runs in the third inning. Logan Grizzly Varsity’s big inning was driven by a error, a single by Molli Balling, a error, a home run by Nya Laing, a double by Callie Billings, a walk , and a single.
Logan Grizzly Varsity scored ten runs in the third inning. The big inning was thanks to a error, a single by Balling, a error, a home run by Laing, a double by Billings, a walk , and a single.
Laing earned the win for Logan Grizzly Varsity. She pitched three innings, surrendering zero runs, zero hits, striking out three, and walking zero. PlayerA took the loss for Ben Lomond. She threw three innings, allowing 18 runs, eight hits, and striking out three.
Logan Grizzly Varsity had eight hits in the game. Billings and Cheyenne Weekes each collected multiple hits for Logan Grizzly Varsity. Laing and Billings each drove in three runs to lead Logan Grizzly Varsity. Logan Grizzly Varsity stole nine bases during the game as three players stole more than one. Weekes led the way with three.

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Grizzlies News · All Teams Schedule: Week of April 24 – April 30


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Logan High School, April 24 – April 30

MONDAY

April 24, 2017

No events happening

TUESDAY

April 25, 2017

TBA Boys Varsity Soccer
@ Bear River High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball
vs. Bear River High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Boys Varsity Tennis
vs. Bear River High School
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Morgan High School
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball
vs. Bear River High School
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

April 26, 2017

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball
@ Morgan High School
SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

April 27, 2017

3:30 PM Boys Varsity Tennis
@ Ridgeline High School
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

April 28, 2017

TBA Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Ridgeline High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball
@ Morgan High School
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Morgan 4:30/7:00
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball
@ Morgan High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

April 29, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

April 30, 2017

No events happening

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Grizzlies News · Event Recap: Week of April 15 – April 21


Saturday, Apr 15th

Boys Varsity Tennis
Woods Cross Invitational
N/A

Sunday, Apr 16th

No event results

Monday, Apr 17th

No event results

Tuesday, Apr 18th

Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Ben Lomond High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Softball
@ Ben Lomond High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Tennis
@ Ben Lomond High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Ridgeline High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Softball
@ Ben Lomond High School
N/A

Wednesday, Apr 19th

Boys Varsity Baseball
@ Ridgeline High School
N/A

Thursday, Apr 20th

Boys Varsity Tennis
Juan Diego
N/A

Friday, Apr 21st

Boys Varsity Soccer
@ Juan Diego
N/A
Girls Varsity Softball
vs. Juan Diego Catholic School
N/A
Boys Varsity Baseball
vs. Ridgeline 4:30/6:30
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Softball
@ Juan Diego Catholic School
N/A