TAYLORSVILLE — Ashtyn Bauerle put her headphones in, distanced herself from the world and eventually went to sleep. She had to; there was no sense dwelling anymore. She had another chance.
TAYLORSVILLE — Dashani Purcell couldn’t find the words. Alyssa Bowles had so much adrenaline going she said she felt like she could play another game.
TAYLORSVILLE — Rain and lightning forced the delay of the state softball championships Tuesday as the final four games of the day’s competition reached the fifth inning or later.
TAYLORSVILLE — Just when it seemed Syracuse was about to complete a stunning comeback over Bingham in the 6A state softball quarterfinals, the Miners found gold.
The prevailing sentiment throughout the high school softball scene in Utah was that Spanish Fork would win the 4A state championship and there wasn’t too much anyone could do about it.
LAYTON — Jackie Gold kept running, the ball dropped out of the Riverton second baseman’s glove, the go-ahead run scored and there was a sense of relief.
MAGNA — Ty Witt had three hits and two RBIs as Clearfield beat Cyprus 7-1 on the road Wednesday to advance to the 6A state baseball quarterfinals.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this article misidentified the Roy High who took the free kick that resulted in the first goal. It was Kayden Freeland, not Gunner Erickson. The Standard-Examiner regrets the error.