Fuel up before hitting the slopes for "night skiing during the day!"
Twenty-two-year-old Paige Cruz, who was an All-State player for the Juan Diego Catholic High School softball team just five years ago, is now the head coach of the Soaring Eagle program.
Former professional baseball player Jeff Eure, who is currently the Corner Canyon High wrestling coach, will head up the Chargers baseball squad beginning this spring.
The Corner Canyon girls swimming team placed fourth at the 5A state swimming championships at the South Davis Recreation Center Feb. 8-9.
Corner Canyon High sophomore Kade Carlson won the 220-pound weight class at the 5A state wrestling championships Feb. 7-8 at Utah Valley University.
Corner Canyon High's drill team placed fifth as a team at the 5A state championships Feb. 3 at UVU. Charelles Team President Lexi Kilgore and Drill Mistress Gracie Snow were named to the All-State team.
Since Corner Canyon High School opened in 2013, head cheerleading coach Whitney Lunt has quickly established the program as a premier program in Utah. This year, the varsity and junior varsity cheerleading teams won the state title at Salt Lake Community College and followed that up with a national championship at the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida Feb. 11.
Wheaties, the Breakfast of Champions, kept champion ski jumper Alf Engen from competing.
Women love classes that are for women only. No men allowed.