Climbing Mount Everest is not on the to-do list of the West Jordan Jaguars baseball team although taking on the defending state champions in its first Region 3 matchup this season could be compared to making that climb.
“I am so excited to be here and thank the administration for allowing me to share my love for football. I think the sky is the limit and I can see the urgency in the eyes of these kids. Ultimately our expectation is to win, but it is all about integrity and hard work,” Sagapolu said.
The West Jordan High lacrosse team only won four games last season. This year they have exceeded that total only two weeks into the season.
Most little girls want to grow up to be Cinderella. When Cinderella’s mother died, she told her daughter to have courage and be kind. West Jordan’s softball team has a Cinderella, who displays courage and kindness towards others, despite the trials she has been dealt.
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“I think we were expecting to do better, but we had a great season. Our team had great communication, good chemistry and were a tight group of players,” junior goalkeeper Brock Roberts said.
“A player cannot get to the next level by doing the bare minimum. These girls have worked hard for Copper Hills softball. They also did things on their own to make themselves better. I am impressed with their athletic abilities, but they are also well-rounded, good students,” head coach Jentry Johnson said.
“I am coaching in my sixth season here at Westridge. Before that, I coached at Dugway for 40 years,” head coach George Bruce said. “This is a great bunch of kids. We are starting to come together as a team. We are trying to build great young men.”
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