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American bobsledder Jeremy Holm aims to visit one school a day during the Winter Olympic Games in February and the Paralympic Games in March.
The defending state champion Juan Diego Catholic High School basketball squad returns just three upperclassmen this season and is gaining experience as a young team so far this year.
The Race Cats Track Club, founded by Draper's Nan Kennard - a former collegiate runner - sent 18 Draper runners to Junior Olympic Nationals recently where McKay Wells finished third overall in the 9-10-year-old division while helping his team finish 15th. Drew Croshaw and Logan Dorny were part of the eighth place 8U boys team and Samantha Tenzer finished 32nd in the 8U girls division.
Corner Canyon’s girls basketball team, who claims two of the state’s top players, have lost just one game in 17 matchups this season.
The Juan Diego Catholic High School boys basketball team hopes to return to the state championship game this season with a different result this time around. The Soaring Eagle squad are 11-4 on the season.
Corner Canyon High School student Sofia Osthed organized a memorial for two fellow CCHS mountain biking team members who were killed in a car accident nearly a year and a half ago. The fundraising efforts for the Lexie and Ethan Trail have produced more than three-quarters of the needed $12,500 for the .6-mile trail that will be built this summer between the Red Potato Trail and the Bonneville Short Trail.
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