Does enrollment, graduation rates or socioeconomics make a bigger difference when determining what schools succeed in the sports arena?
As teams notice a decrease in players, they wonder why and what they can do about it. Some schools are combining teams.
The Corner Canyon High volleyball team has been flirting with the top spot in state over the past two years and return two All-State players this year determined to take home the ultimate prize.
Draper’s Ethan Fineshriber, won two world titles recently in Little Rock, Arkansas.
The teen with autism now has six world championships in martial arts to his credit.
Juan Diego Catholic High School’s top two runners return hoping to lead their squads to the postseason this year, where senior Noah Reninger and junior Kristi Deffner competed individually a year ago.
The Corner Canyon High baseball program will host a fall instructional league for fourth through 12th graders.
The Juan Diego Catholic High School girls tennis program is loaded with 18 seniors — of its 25 players — and is welcoming new talent as well as breaking in a new coach.
The Corner Canyon High golf team brings in new coach to lift the program.
The Juan Diego Catholic High School volleyball team welcomes a new head coach, Sam Vaitai, to lead the program this season.
The Juan Diego Catholic High School football team returns three All-State players for the three-time defending Soaring Eagle squad.