Dixie quarterback Jacob Barben received some good news before Friday’s game at Cedar: He was going to be throwing a lot. “The (Cedar) linebackers are studs. They stack the box,” Barben said. “One-on-one on the outside, we are going to take it.”
A pair of touchdowns on each side of halftime helped Canyon View blow open Friday’s contest against Richfield, and the defense put the hammer down in a dominating 32-8 win. Stockton Rigby threw three touchdowns, two of them to Isaiah Shearer, and the Falcons stymied the Wildcats’ offense for most of the game to remain unbeaten in Region 12.
GRAND FORKS, North Dakota – The Thunderbirds fell to the University of North Dakota (16-25, 17-25, 17-25) to open Big Sky play. “We are still learning how to compete,” SUU head coach Craig Choate said about his team’s effort.
Canyon View won its fourth game in a row as the Falcons took control early en route to a 5-0 victory at home. Mia Smith scored two goals and keeper Jessica Hinck earned the shutout for the Falcons. Ashlie Olenslager, Ruby Molina and KaKayla Mechem scored for CV as well.
WHERE: Eccles Coliseum WHEN: September 24 at 6:00 p.m. TICKETS: tbirdtickets.com WATCH: watchbigsky.com CEDAR CITY, Utah – After taking a week off, the Thunderbirds (1-1) return to action as they host the Portland State Vikings (1-2) in their homecoming game. The matchup will mark the beginning of a nine-straight weeks of Thunderbird football.
CEDAR CITY, Utah – The Thunderbird volleyball team is set to kick off Big Sky Conference play this week with a pair of matches against the University of North Dakota and Northern Arizona University. Looking Back During the team’s final tournament before Big Sky play, the Thunderbirds dropped three matches to Denver, Georgetown, and the Air Force Academy.
SUU’s cross-country program is taking flight nationally. The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s (USTFCCCA) polls are in for the first regular season team rankings. The men’s cross-country team, who were previously ranked No. 26 in the preseason polls, have moved to No. 25 after the Pocatello and Logan meets.
The Carbon High School girls’ soccer team lost its Region 12 match against Canyon View High School on Tuesday 7-0. The Dinos gave up three goals in the first half of play and four in the second, with Canyon View scoring three goals in less than four minutes.
Destined to coach since day one, Todd Simon remembers playing basketball with his GI Joes and watching Magic Johnson on TV- someone who grew up just 30 minutes from Simon’s hometown. Now, as Simon and his family make their way to Cedar City, he finds himself making his dreams a reality as he steps up as the new Southern Utah University Head Coach of Men’s Basketball.