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ULN Dispatch – 04.16.2015

High School

– Boys, JV (Tuesday) | American Fork 6, Timpview 2 (User Submitted)
American Fork Caveman Boys High School JV team played Timpview Thunderbirds this week in Provo.  Timpview scored first followed by a nice dodge and goal by American Fork’s Jonathan Squire.  Nolan Baird and Kade Whatcott scored 2 more points and Brandon Ledkins throws a beautiful pass to Jacob Mcnall for another score for the Cavemen.  Timpview scores and American Fork’s Jacob Mcnall assists another score by Warren Wright.  Both teams braved through the mud rain and heavy snow, at third quarter the referees pull out the yellow ball because of decreased visibility.  The snowflakes were as big as the lacrosse ball; I don’t know how these boys determined the ball from the snow out there on the field at low visibility and 30 degrees, they did a great job.  Finally at the end of the third quarter the game ended due to incredibly weird weather conditions.  Final Score American Fork 6, Timpview 2.
– Boys, Varsity (Wednesday) | Park City 12, Pleasant Grove 2 (User Submitted)
Park City Varsity took down Pleasant Grove 12-2 Wednesday night on the frozen tundra of Dozier Field. The starting attack line of Kolton Atkinson (2g 2a), Cole Flinders (3g 1a), and Beau Pederson (4a) combined for 12 points on the day. Rhino Smith (2g) and Chase Christensen (1g 1a) led the midfield while 4 other Miner’s contributed 1 goal each. Jackson Burton, Zack Danninger, JJ Pickard, and Eli Levine combined to win 12 of 18 face-offs. Ian SIme made 5 saves on 7 shots. Park City JV defeated Pleasant Grove JV 7-3 in the nightcap. Gator Olsen (3g 1a) was the leading scorer for PC. Alec Olsen, Kyle Walterson, Will McNamara, and Eli Levine contributed 1 goal each. Connor French and Billy Honey combined for 6 saves on the day. Next up for both Park City teams, Juan Diego on Friday.
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MCLA
– Westminster will host BYU on Saturday at 2:00pm which will be a key in-state rivalry but also important for RMLC and MCLA tournament seeding. Preview
– BYU will host Boise State on Friday at 7:00pm in Provo.
– On Saturday, Utah State will take on Wyoming at 3:00pm and New Mexico at 7:00pm.
Womens
– Westminster will host Colorado State on Saturday. Preview
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