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At the start of the 2016-2017 winter season, Hurricane Tiger Ryan Bunn still held 6 high school swimming records, each one set as a freshman. Is he fast? We certainly think so. However, to be sure go head and jump in the water and see if you can catch him. We are confident he will catch you. Swimming is never...
When you first meet someone like Hurricane Tiger’s Jackson Last you quickly noticed you are with someone special. Maturity and class at such a young age is hard to come by. Thaw in a wicked jump shot and you know you’re on to something. Playing multiple sports is noting new among competitive high school athletes. Competition is never limited to...
Academically driven, yet athletically involved, striking a balance between the two worlds can create some tension. Knowing that he would like to get into a good college, Josh has made sure to take as many college concurrent classes that he can. This means, as a two-sport athlete with a rigorous and scholastic focused schedule, Josh is no stranger to...
When you decide to take on three sports while striving to maintain a 4.0 GPA adopting the ‘whatever it takes’ mindset becomes a part of who you are. Constantly battling the physical fatigue that comes with athletics as well as mental exhaustion on the academic side, the moniker of Warrior is quite fitting for Snow Canyon’s own Taylor Gunn. Like...
The principle of observation is extremely important, especially if you can learn to anticipate moves correctly. Doing so can mean the difference between winning and losing, in every aspect of life. For the young Lady Red, returning senior Megyn Bettridge has trained herself to not only be observant but most importantly, create her own unique competitive edge. “What I do...
Strategic in his approach to his final year donning the black and gold, Desert Hills senior and golfer Kammeron Plant took what some might consider the easy way out. Dropping most of the difficult courses with hopes to “enjoy my final year of high school,” Plant stacked his academic deck in advance during his junior year. “At the rate I...
At the young age of 5 most little boys find themselves playing with trucks, digging for worms, playing make believe or watching cartoons. Yet for the Canyon View Falcon, Cadyn Clark, his childhood was entirely different. It was a life of Baseball. Born in Cedar City but living on the east coast growing up Cadyn has had the opportunity to...
After meeting Canyon View High School returning senior, Gus Mason, we are calling the young man 727 (seven-two-seven). Dedicated doesn’t even begin to describe Gus. Riding his bike seven miles to practice, then out on the field practicing for two hours, and finally back on his bike for another seven home, lades and gentlemen, let us introduce you to...
When next season rolls around, Cedar Redman, Jake Jenkins knows he will be ready. With a summer practice schedule golfing at least once a day the number of strokes taken and rounds played climbs daily. “I will always work to get better.” As the youngest of four boys, Jake has the opportunity to not only learn from his older brothers...
We’ve all heard the axiom that baseball is America’s pastime. While it may seem like baseball is an easygoing kind of sport, the work necessary to compete is far from easy. As if loading up athletically wasn’t enough, Cedar’s own Treyson Esplin has taken upon himself an academic workload that would make any parent proud. Already focused on his chosen...

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