Does enrollment, graduation rates or socioeconomics make a bigger difference when determining what schools succeed in the sports arena?
As the final racing events finished at Rocky Mountain Raceway, families and friends packed up their cars and began thinking about where they will race next year.
As teams notice a decrease in players, they wonder why and what they can do about it. Some schools are combining teams.
In the male dominated world of high school football Stephanie Davis has found a place to learn from and influence for good a group of tough football players.
Copper Hills High School football one just one game last season, but their improvement was evident if you look a little closer.
West Jordan will again try to contend for the state playoffs and hopes to advance past the first round.
Copper Hills High School football coaches want the youth players to desire to stay and play at the hometown school.
Ryan Farmer wanted to organize a youth basketball team made up of only boys that would attend West Jordan High School. His vision and determination have helped make them a successful team.
It's a win-win for families, hikers and the environment.
In its fourth year of existence, the Utah Girls Tackle Football League continues to grow. Teams from Utah, Davis and Salt Lake counties comprised more than 300 girls, who battled for division championships.