Walton helped the Silver Wolves (13-5 Region 1, 21-8 overall) earn the school's first league baseball championship with a 0.86 ERA during region play. In the 5-A state tournament, Fremont defeated Lehi (5-4) and Taylorsville (3-0) before dropping contests to Pleasant Grove (15-4) and Bingham (9-1).
After tying for second in the Region1 standings, the Darts (8-4 Region 1, 15-14 overall), dropped their first round playoff game to Riverton (9-1), before defeating Cottonwood (10-0), Bingham (11-5) and Syracuse (11-10). On Friday, Davis bowed out of the state tournament with a 6-3 loss to eventual 5-A state champion Lehi. After hitting .430 with four home runs and a team-leading 24 RBIs during the regular season, Burch hit .444 and blasted another four home runs during the postseason.
Sloot, the Region 1 medalist, captured the individual 5-A title Thursday, defeating Lone Peak's Kerstin Fotu by one stroke in the two-day championships at Eagle Mountain Golf Course. The Darts also defended their team state championship, aided by a third place finish by Sloot's teammate, Laura Gerner.
Young, Logan's leading scorer with 12 goals, netted a hat trick, including a golden goal, to lift Logan to a 3-2 victory over Highland in the first round of the 4-A tournament Wednesday. On Friday, the Grizzlies were eliminated with a 3-0 quarterfinal loss to Skyline.
Hulce went 5-for-5 with three homers, a double and seven RBIs in Roy's 10-9 loss to Bonneville on Tuesday. The Royals (11-7 Region 5, 15-9 overall) open the class 4-A state tournament today at Woods Cross.
At the state 5-A volleyball tournament on Nov. 7-8, Williams helped the Knights (24-9) earn a fourth place finish by defeating Alta and Riverton to open the postseason before dropping matches to Pleasant Grove in the semifinals and Lone Peak in the third place match. On the season she had 38 aces, 136 digs and 811 assists in 94 sets played.
On Oct. 3, after losing to her twice during the season, Higgs defeated Rowland Hall’s Anna Greenberg, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, to earn the class 2A state No. 2 singles title. The victory also clinched the state team title for the Jayhawks.
After a 1-9 finish a season ago, the Silver Wolves are alone atop the Region 1 standings with a 4-0 record (5-3 overall) after defeating Weber on Friday, 21-10, to break their first place tie with the Warriors.