Fall Sports Recap: Favorite Memories

The senior’s favorite fall sports memories

 

With the fall sports season coming to an end, we asked a group of seniors to give us their favorite memories from the season. To generalize a sports update, here is where each team stands:

Football made it through the first round of playoffs and faced Morgan on Friday 10/28, unfortunately ending their season.

Cheer ran the sidelines throughout the fall season, and they will continue through the winter.

Girls soccer made it to the semi finals before losing to Ogden on Thursday 10/20, however they played a good game and an even better season.

Volleyball dominated throughout the regular season but unfortunately lost in the playoffs. Nonetheless, they played a great season ending with a 20-10 overall record, and a 8-0 region record which won 3A.

In mid October, Cross Country went to region where boys placed 1st, and girls placed 2nd in a close race that came down to a one point margin.

Finally, the girls tennis season has come to an end, congrats to all the players on a great season.

Compiled below are a list of some senior’s favorite memories:

 

Girls Soccer:
Bri Aquilla – “Well to start off, joining the soccer team was by far one of the best decisions I made for my senior year. My favorite memory this year was our team bonding activity in Cedar City because a simple game of cup pong turned into a crazy war of dodgeball with ping pong balls. It was so much fun!”

Lily Edwards – “When we beat Cedar Valley in (penalty kicks) and made it to the semi-finals.”

Volleyball:
Lauryn Z – “The Border Wars tournament in Wyoming was the best moment for the volleyball team. We all bonded so much during that time and it was a time I will never forget.”

Ali Ryan – “My favorite memory from volleyball is definitely when we went 8-0 in Wyoming. It was the best time when we were all happy and nothing else really mattered. I love this team and I’m so sad our season is over.”

Cross Country:
Nicole Merhi – “My favorite memory of this season was going to Bob Firman in Boise. The course was really fun, as well as bonding with my teammates.”

Jasper Albanto – “My favorite memory was the XC trip to Bob Firman invitational up in Boise Idaho. The bus ride there and back was fun. Also, having like 30 people in my room was a party.We made some friends with the Brighton XC team at the pool while playing football and chicken.”

Alexus Quayson-Sackey – “My favorite memory from XC was when we went to Bob Firman in Idaho because this trip was packed with random moments of team bonding whether it was singing on the bus, having dinner, playing at the arcade, or cheering loud and proud for teammates. I think moments like this helped us all to come together and get closer as a team.”

Cheer:
Mireya Zambranojaco – “My favorite memory so far was doing our Halloween halftime performance! We got to dress up, do crazy hair, and add our own crazy moves!”