Prep notebook: 3A girls soccer bracket has Morgan-Ogden as potential finals match; Region 2 and 5 cross country results | News, Sports, Jobs

Patrick Carr, standard examiner

Ogdens Neveah Peregrina (right) and Morgans Brecklee Charlton (left) battle for possession during a high school soccer game on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.

As the 3A girls ‘soccer season came to an end in the past few weeks, a big question was whether the Ogden and Morgan girls’ soccer teams would clash in the postseason, whether it might be in the semi-finals or in the final.

The answer: a potential finale. Morgan earned number 1 in the upcoming 3A state tournament, the bracket of which was released on Wednesday morning.

Ogden is seed # 3, on an opposite side of the mount from Morgan. Both teams have first round bye tickets and will host a second round match on Wednesday October 13th.

Should both get that far, MHS and OHS could play against each other in the state championship game at Rio Tinto Stadium on Saturday, October 23rd.

It’s a place that both programs are familiar with. Morgan is the reigning 3A national champion and has won three of the 3A trophies in the past four years. Ogden is the defending 4A runner-up and the 4A state champion of 2019.

The No. 2 seeded Canyon View (Cedar City, Region 12 Champion), the No. 4 RSL Academy (Region 15 Champion) and the No. 7 Judge Memorial, who advanced for the state title in Game 3, are also expected to compete for the title are the last four seasons.

Another area team that deserves a bye in the first round is Ben Lomond, who is number 10. The Scots will be born on October 13th at No. 7 Judge Memorial on the way.

Layton Christian is number 20 and is playing in the first round this Saturday in Grantsville.

There was one more question from Tuesday that was answered on Wednesday.

Ogden and Morgan will actually share the Region 13 girls’ soccer championship by splitting the season streak against each other, confirmed OHS Sporting Director Scott Yetter.

Following Morgan’s 3-2 win over Ogden on Tuesday, it was unclear what exactly would happen to the region title, as OHS had a 9-1 region record and MHS had an 8-1 record as Layton Christian was out of competition in September (MHS beat LCA 6-0 on Monday at the first meeting of the year).



Second Year Box Elder Kambree Cragun and Woods Cross Junior Sam Hansen won their respective Region 5 Cross Country Championship races on Wednesday.

Cragun won their race by 10 seconds and helped the Bees to a third place on the team. Hansen won in a photo finish, beating Northridge’s Will Luoma by just two hundredths of a second.

Viewmont won the girls ‘team title and Bountiful won the boys’ team championship.


1. Kambree Cragun, Box Elder, 19:12.8

2. Brynn Rees, Viewmont, 19:22.8

3. Emery Smith, Woods Cross, 19:25.1

4. Sammi Stewart, Bountiful, 19:25.5

5. Katie Hansen, Woods Cross, 19:27.4

6. Isabella Hanks, Bountiful, 19:50.8

7. Ellie Robinson, Bountiful, 19:51.9

8. Eden Emerson, Box Elder, 19: 54.0

9. Anna Behmer, Northridge, 7:54 p.m.

10. Quincy Wadley, Viewmont, 8:00 p.m. 6


1. Viewmont, 50

2. Generous, 53

3rd box elder, 70

4. Northridge, 79

5th forest cross, 108

6. Bonneville, 164


1. Sam Hansen, Woods Cross, 3:50 pm

2. Will Luoma, Northridge, 15:50.2

3. Andrew Jensen, Bountiful, 16:09, 9

4. Andrew Wadley, Viewmont, 4:11 pm

5. Owen Pollard, Northridge, 16: 13.6

6. Isaac Greding, Northridge, 16: 18.4

7. Adam Mabey, Bountiful, 16: 24.5

8. Gabe Hooper, Viewmont, 16: 27.0

9. Tim Clarke, Woods Cross, 16:27.2

10. Simon Barlow, Bountiful, 16: 34.2


1. Generous, 53

2. Viewmont, 61

3rd forest cross, 66

4. North ridge, 70

5th box elder, 118

6. Bonneville, 153


Roy High finished third in the boys ‘and girls’ team rankings at Wednesday’s Region 2 Cross Country Championships held at Roy High School and Sand Ridge Park.

On the girls’ side, Tally Humble and Emily Rich finished seventh and eighth for the Royals, respectively. Cyprus won the girls’ team championship with 37 points ahead of West (41) and Roy (62). Hunter High Junior Natalya Callister won the girls’ race with a time of 20: 57.0.

In the boys’ category, Roys Regan Gibby was sixth and Jason Hugh was seventh. Taylorsville won the regional title with 29 points ahead of Cyprus (51) and Roy (70). Cyprus senior Cuauhtemoc Fitiao won the boys’ race in 16: 18.5.


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