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ULN Dispatch 5.18.2016

Tons of action happening tonight as the next round of Semifinals are taking place.  Get our there and cheer on the teams!
Boys
– Class A –
The Semifinals for Class A will be held tonight at Park City.  The four teams that will be facing off against each other have proved that they should be here.  ULN takes a look at each team and how they have performed this season to give you a Sneak-Peek at the match ups.
The Boys 2016 All-American and All-State awards have been announced.  Check the full list of award winners here.
– Class B –
No. 3 Bonneville topped No. 7 Mountain Crest 8-6 to advance to the Championship match on Saturday.  Mountain Crest season came to an end with an overall record of 11-4.  That is a huge turnaround from last year’s record of 2-13. FULL GAME VIDEO
No. 5 Waterford upset No. 1 Bingham to claim their spot in the Championship match against Bonneville.  Bingham’s season comes to an end with a final record of 11-12. FULL GAME VIDEO
Girls
   – Class A –
The Girls Class A Semifinals are being held tonight at Alta, where No. 1 Park City will take on No. 4 Lone Peak and No. 7 Alta will face off against No. 3 American Fork.  To get a glimpse of the match ups and how they have performed against similar teams, see the Sneak Peek.
   – Class B –

No. 2 Juan Diego knocked out No. 3 Viewmont to advance to the Title game.  The Soaring Eagles beat the Vikings 10-9.  RECAP | PHOTOS
No. 4 Roy upset No. 1 Olympus to advance to the Championship game, 9-6.  The match was a defensive battle between to solid defenses led goalies Hannah Fordham of Olympus and Kennadi Varnell of Roy.  RECAP | PHOTOS
Womens
Bingham Alumni and Lindenwood Junior Morgan Judd was awarded the Elite 90 award at the opening ceremony for the NCAA Division II Tournament.  The Elite 90 Award is given to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative GPA of all players in the tournament.  To read the full release, see here.
 

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