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The UHSLL has released their 2017 US Lacrosse and UHSLL Awards.
Please visit the UHSLL homepage for a complete list of the Awards including All-State Honorable Mention and All-Region.

US Lacrosse All-Americans
Beau Pederson 2018 – Midfield – Park City
Chris Belcher 2017 – LSM – Alta
Josh Hales 2017 – Defense – Park City
Andy Karner 2017 – Midfield – Fremont
Jack Babka 2017 – Goalie – Alta
Brandon Dodd 2018 – Attack – Logan

US Lacrosse Academic All-American
Ben Adams 2017 – Defense – Skyline
Talbot Child 2017 – Attack – Waterford
Connor Crandall 2017 – Attack – Olympus
Zackary Cluff 2017 – Defense – Lone Peak
Josh Hales 2017 – Defense – Park City
Taylor Owens 2017 – Midfield – Brighton

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The 2017 Utah High School State Championship games are at Alta High School on Saturday, May 20. If you can’t make it to the stadium (we suggest you do), then you’ll be able to watch the live streams below.

Schedule
10am MT – #4 Timpview v. #2 Box Elder
12:30 MT – #2 Weber v. #1 Olympus
2:30 MT – #2 Herriman v. #1 Park City
4:30pm MT – #6 Northridge v. #4 Herriman
7:00pm MT – #5 Juan Diego v. #3 Brighton

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For Immediate Release – Utah Lacrosse Chapter

SALT LAKE CITY – May 4, 2017 – The Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) Board of Trustees approved a motion on Thursday to make boys and girls lacrosse a sanctioned sport with overwhelming approval.

“We’re thrilled this has come to fruition,” said Craig Morris, who along with Renee Tribe, Brae Burbidge and Brian Barnhill, have spent the last 2 years working with the UHSAA. “If you look at every state where lacrosse has been sanctioned, the sport has grown.”

It is anticipated that sanctioned play will begin in the 2019-20 season which will coincide with the next round of high school alignment proposals. The timeline will also give schools time to prepare to field teams.

“The support of the UHSAA was great today, now we roll up our sleeves as a community and help our school administrators,” said Burbidge.

With the announcement, the chapter continues to encourage high school programs to work in a positive manner with school administrations and all those involved in the community.

“We applaud the UHSAA for recognizing the number of schools and student-athletes that are participating in lacrosse,” said Tribe. “Lacrosse isn’t going away. This is a big win for the students who can participate in education-based activities.”

CONTACT
Renee Tribe – tribe.renee@gmail.com

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Rebels Take Down Cougars

BYU came into Las Vegas with hopes for an easy win against UNLV, and then momentum heading into their match-up with No. 1 Cal Poly in game two of their road trip. The Rebels had something else in mind taking the Cougars down 8 to 6.

The game started with a face off win by BYU, but tough defense by UNLV. It was scoreless for the first few minutes until Cougar attackman Chris Severson scored the first goal with a nifty behind-the-back. The Rebels didn’t flinch. On the next possession they tied the game. BYU gained possession, and Severson scored again with a low-to-low scorcher that snuck in under the UNLV goalie. The Rebels matched, scoring on their next possession, and sending a strong message. This was not going to be the easy win BYU was hoping for. Both defenses dug in, and the quarter ended in a 2-2 tie.

Mykel Severson