The Class C semifinals will feature a few underdogs, a former champ and a new team in their first playoffs.
No. 4 Box Elder Bees v. No. 8 Woods Cross Wildcats
The Bees and Wildcats are ready to continue their postseason play after a solid quarterfinal round. Box Elder (6-9) beat Westlake 12-4 and Woods Cross beat No. 1 West Jordan 14-12. The two teams faced each other during the regular season with Box Elder getting the ‘W’ by the score of 12-5.
|Box Elder||Woods Cross|
|Goals||33, Blake Chase||65, Brayden Hudson|
|Assists||14, Isaac Houghtalen||30, Brayden Hudson|
|PPG||4.10, Zachary Bolton||6.33, Brayden Hudson|
||89/144 (61.81%), Justin Price||113/225 (50.22%), Jason Kofoed|
|Goalie||43.56%, Mitchell Anderson||40.63%, Austin Goodwin|
|Goals For||125 (8.3 per game)||145 (9.7)|
||178 (11.9)||231 (15.4)|
||-53 (-3.6)||-86 (-5.7)|
No. 2 Bountiful Braves v. No. 6 Desert Hills
In a tale of two programs that meet in the middle, this match-up pits a long time program (with 2 state championships) under its belt against newcomer Desert Hills. The last time these two teams met, Desert Hills was known as Red Rock and Bountiful was a much different team. The Braves won 20-3 in 2013.
|Goals||22, Jamison Tidwell||33, Carter Bean & Jaxson Hess|
|Assists||14, Zac Jones||21, Carter Bean|
|PPG||2.50, Zac Jones||4.91, Carter Bean|
||86/204 (42.16%), Kennedy Wolfgramm||43/84 (51.19%), Andrew Streurer|
|Goalie||43.42%, Jacob Vance||56.41%, Christopher Worrall|
|Goals For||100 (6.3)||128 (8.5)|
||226 (14.1)||165 (11.0)|
||-126 (-7.8)||-37 (-2.5)|