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ULN Dispatch – 04.23.2015

High School

– Boys, Varsity | Park City 16, Skyline 3 (User Submitted)
Park City Varsity traveled to Skyline Stadium on Wednesday to make a statement and the mission was accomplished with a 16-3 victory. Park City turned it on early and often winning all 4 quarters on the day. The offense was led by the high power attack trio of Kolton Atkinson (5g 3a), Cole Flinders (5g 2a), and Beau Pederson (2g 4a). Also contributing on the day were midi’s JJ Pickard (2g), Chad Merrick (2a), Chase Christensen (1g), and Rhino Smith (1g). Ian Sime faced only 6 shots on cage (3 saves) as the defense of Josh Hales, Tobin Greenwald, Jeff Turner, and Chase Flinders suffocated the high powered Skyline offense that had only scored less than 10 goals in 1 other game this year. Jackson Burton was strong on faceoffs as usual even though his stat line was lower than typical (14 of 22 for 64%) as the PC wings had some trouble picking up gb’s on the inconsistent stadium grass. With the win PC moved to 15-1 (3-0 in conference) on the season with 3 games to go.
– Boys, JV | Park City 14, Skyline 5 (User Submitted)
Park City JV set the tone for the day with a 14-5 victory over the Skyline JV team. 9 different players registered points on the day. Leading the way was Will McNamara (4g), Alec Olsen (2g 2a), Matt O’Brien (1g 2a), Eli Levine (2g), Nick Butterworth (1g 1a), Kyle Walterson (1g 1a), and Christian de Lemos (1g 1a). Gator Olsen and Parker Burnham also chipped in with a goal each. Connor French and Billy Honey combined to make 6 saves. For Skyline, goalie Dell Smith made 15 saves as he was under a constant barrage of shots for 4 quarters.
– Girls, Varsity | Copper Hills 7, Pleasant Grove 2 (User submitted by Margaret Jackson)
Leading Scorers: Hannah Corbett #99 – 4 total in game
Goalie Stats: Nikki Holbrook #31 – 2 caused turnovers; 7 saves on 9 shots on goal
CHHS Girls began the first of 5 games in 10 days, a heavy games schedule but I think they are up to the task. The Lady Grizzlies played Pleasant Grove on 04/22/2015 and came off victorious. The score at half time was 4 – 1, the final score was 7 -2. There were 5 caused turnovers in the first half, including one interception by the goalie, Nikki Holbrook #31. Hannah Corbett scored 3 of the 4 goals in the first half, with a total of 4 goals for the game. There were 7 caused turnovers in the second half, with another interception by the goalie. Top caused turnovers players were Mercedes Kent # 35 with 3, Paulina Cruz #1 with 3 and goalie Nikki Holbrook #31 with 2. Out of the12 draws, the Lady Grizzlies won 10. The Copper Hills Girls are on a mission, best of luck in the next games.
– Boys: Viewmont beat Woods Cross, 21-8. Kyle Higgins led the Vikings in points with 4 goals and 7 assists while Caleb Grayston had 6 goals. Vikings FOS Josh Peek went 23 of 29 from X.
– Boys: Juan Diego beat Highland, 14-3. Tristian Courtney had 4 goals, 4 assists and went 12 of 13 from X to lead the Soaring Eagle. Juan Diego goalie Brendan Roberts had 14 saves on 17 shots.
– Boys: Mountain Crest beat Box Elder, 16-8. Cade Cooper led the Mustangs with 4 goals and 3 assists. McCoy Summers went 17 of 24 from X for Mountain Crest.
– Boys: Judge beat Bountiful, 12-3. Doug Gosselin led the Bulldogs with 4 goals and 2 assists.
– Girls: Woods Cross beat Weber, 11-3. Gabrielle Barker had 2 goals while Daisy Mele had 1 goal and 3 assists for Woods Cross.
– Girls: Waterford beat Davis, 10-6. Chloe Wilcox led the Ravens with 5 goals and 1 assist. Davis was led by Aimee Bowen and Hannah Johnson who each had 2 goals.
– Be sure to check out The Lacrosse Box boys and girls coaches polls!
– The Utah Chapter has announced tryout dates for the U-15 National Teams. If you are a boy or girl born on or before 9/1/1999, you are eligible to tryout for these teams. More information here.
– The Juan Diego boys team used donations from the 2014 semi-finals to give a $1,000 check to Continue Mission, a group that helps military veterans. Learn more here.
– Jace Miller (American Fork) and Skye Rust (Lone Peak) won the Week 7 Storm Lacrosse Player of the Week award. Submit your nomination for this week here.
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MCLA
– Utah State beat Utah last night, 16-6. Gallery
– Westminster beat UVU on Tuesday, 20-7. Recap | Gallery
– On Saturday, BYU will host Utah at 7:00pm.
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