– Boys, JV (4/2/2015) | American Fork 7, Copper Hills 6
The Copper Hills JV Grizzlies dominated from opening minutes through third quarter at Thursday’s lacrosse game against American Fork JV Caveman. Goals by Jacob McNall, Taylor Mason and Brandon Ledkins were not enough as American Fork was still down by two points at the end of the third quarter. Finally in the fourth quarter the mighty Cavemen turn it around. American Fork offense capitalized on opportunities when they presented themselves and a powerful defense team shut down the Grizzlies chances to score. Jacob McNall assists in a score by Casey Olsen. LSM Wes Oveson battles for the ball, wins possession and passes to the offense. Warren Wright assists in another score for American Fork by Taylor Mason to tie it up. Jacob McNall steals the ball and passes to Taylor Mason for another score making the final score American Fork 7, Copper Hills 6. Mistakes were recognized and quickly corrected for another sweet victory for the American Fork JV Cavemen.
– Boys: On Friday, Box Elder beat Pocatello, 9-7. Zachary Bolton had 3 goals and 2 assists for the Bees. Pocatello was led by Easton Christensen and Matthew Hall who each had 2 goals and 1 assist.
– Boys: On Friday, Timpanogos beat Westlake, 9-8. Clayton Farley had 5 goals for the Timberwolves.
– Boys: On Friday, Jordan beat Alta, 5-4. Fin Morrison scored the game-tying goal and game-winning goal with 39 seconds left to secure the Beetdiggers victory.
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On Friday, UVU lost to Boise State, 15-8. Shane Weigman led the Wolverines with 4 goals. That night, No. 2 BYU beat No. 25 Simon Fraser, 20-9. Mike Fabrizio (4G, 3A) and Chandler Wescott (1G, 6A) led the Cougars. The Daily Universe has a great recap of the game here.
On Saturday, UVU beat Washington State, 10-1. Tanner Porter led with 1 goal and 4 assists. The Griffins were also in action in a scrimmage with NCAA D-II CSU-Pueblo. The Griffins won 24-2.
On Sunday, Utah lost to Simon Fraser, 20-0.
No. 6 Colorado and No. 11 Colorado State are coming to town this week to play BYU, Westminster and Utah. Should be an exciting end to the week.
On Saturday, Westminster beat Utah State and Colorado State, 16-2. Read the recap here.
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