The Juan Diego Catholic High School football team returns three All-State players for the three-time defending Soaring Eagle squad.
Coming off a 6-4 season, the Skyline football team returns six starters for the 2018 campaign.
The Juan Diego Catholic High School girls soccer team will return All-State players — twins Daviani and Laveni Vaka — to help lead a young team hoping to best its five-win total from last season and make a splash in the playoffs.
Corner Canyon’s football team, who reached the 5A state semifinals last season under first-year head coach Eric Kjar, have put in months of training in the weight room in hopes of returning deep into the postseason.
Draper’s Zach Felts has been enjoying a summer of winning golf tournaments, including his 13–14-year-old age divisions at the Utah State Junior Amateur, Utah State Junior Stroke Play Championship and at the Lynn Summerhays Junior Championship.
Juan Diego Catholic High School athlete Katrina Price, a discus and shot put thrower, is heading to Southern California to compete for the Concordia University Irvine track program.
First Team All-State basketball player Matt Kitzman, of Draper, is moving on to play at the next level at Hobart College in Geneva, New York — the same school his grandfather Roger Kitzman played basketball and soccer for at in the early 1960s.
A pair of former Alta girls soccer stars are making their mark at the highest levels of their sport.
Draper’s Bryson Green, 12, and Parker Miller, 10, qualified for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship scheduled for July 30 through Aug. 4 at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.
Former Utah Jazz center, current musician and sports announcer Thurl Bailey gives motivational talk to Canyons School District students and teachers.