It’s official for three Corner Canyon athletes who have committed to taking their games to the next level.
“I’m excited going forward,” Archuleta said. “I’m thrilled with the amazing people and facilities here.”
“Both teams worked hard all year on the routine we presented for the state competition,” cheer coach Whitney Lunt said. “They put in long hours for months, and their hard work has paid off.”
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Oh what a difference a year can make. In its inaugural season last year, the Corner Canyon boys basketball team struggled through the growing pains of a new program on its way to a 7-16 season.
“Last year was tough, but I think it helped us begin building the foundation for our program,”