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Canyon View rolls on, routs Richfield
If there was a method to the motives for Canyon View boys soccer coach Spencer Davis, he only wanted one objective for his team besides a win. Just play ball control for the full 80 minutes. The en...
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Falcons baseball rebounds from loss, wins twice
For the start of its Region 12 schedule, the Canyon View Falcons baseball team had to wait and wonder not only when they would play, but where due to the rain and snow that settled in the area last...
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Hawks rally past Falcon softball
The Canyon View Falcons were able to claw back from two big early deficits, but one big swing from the North Sanpete Hawks changed the momentum quickly and put the visitors in the win column. Addel...
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Cedar softball stays perfect, wins big
The Cedar Lady Reds broke out new home uniforms for the first time against Hurricane on April 7, exchanging the standard white uniform tops for black with red and gold lettering. The change didn’t ...
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Redmen baseball swept by Warriors
Like their crosstown counterparts, the Cedar High baseball team had to deal with weather issues before deciding to switch their Region 9 opener to Snow Canyon on April 4. Once the games were played...
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Cedar soccer drops pair
The Cedar Redmen had another tough week on the soccer pitch last week, falling short of the victory in a pair of Region 9 contests. Jaden Carver and Tyson Davies found the net in a high-scoring fir...
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Canyon View Bantam wrestlers return with 13th state title, 10 state champions
by Holly Coombs holly@ironcountytoday.com
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Canyon View Bantam wrestlers returned home with their 13th State Championship win this last weekend, and with 10 state champion wrestlers. Head coach Dallas Lowry said it’s the most state champions...
Kringlen has diamond day to remember
by Tom Zulewski
Apr 08, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend
Fresh off a season where he was named Freshman of the Year in the West Coast Conference, Canyon View High grad Keaton Kringlen is quickly putting to rest any thought that something like a sophomore...
Gray becomes youngest NHRA winner
by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
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LAS VEGAS – While most kids his age are worrying about their prom dates, friends, and school work, 17-year-old Tanner Gray went out and made a dream come true Sunday afternoon at The Strip at Las V...
Rams fall in 2A South baseball opener
by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
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The Parowan Rams opened 2A South baseball play with the early lead in its March 29 road game at Milford. When all was said and done, they ran into too much Hunter Willden. Willden threw a complete ...
CV softball stays hot, beats Carbon
by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
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Jordan Nielson threw a complete game in the circle, and the Canyon View Falcons softball team improved to 2-1 in Region 12 with a 9-2 road win at Carbon on March 28. CV took a 4-0 lead after scorin...
Falcons soccer stretches win streak to seven
by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
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The Canyon View Falcons have shown a little more vulnerability to giving up goals in the early portion of the Region 12 schedule. So far, the offense has provided more than enough support to preser...
  • Lady Reds softball routs Warriors
    by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
    04.08.17 - 01:06 pm
  • Redmen soccer breaks losing streak
    by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
    04.08.17 - 01:05 pm
  • Redmen baseball rallies past Falcons
    by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
    04.08.17 - 01:03 pm
  • Cedar’s Tom transfers to Utah
    by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
    03.30.17 - 10:23 am
  • Rams baseball falls on road
    by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
    03.30.17 - 10:22 am
  • Falcon softball splits pair in Region 12 play
    by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
    03.30.17 - 10:21 am
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