Al Lewis Sports

<strong>Golf</strong>

Tony Lamarra made a hole in one Sunday at Logan Golf and Country Club. He knocked in a sand wedge on the #15 hole, 145 yard par 3. Witnesses: Gomez Larsen, Bob Jones and Rusty Burnside.High School Sports

<strong>Tennis</strong>

Sky View 8 Bonneville 4Bobcat winners: Kiana Hola, Keri Hansen-Maegan Roper, Kielani Hayden-Kristen HurstMountain Crest 12 Logan 0Mustang winners: Mary Kate Johnson, Nicole Morgan, Alexis Jorgensen Anna Anderson-Meagan Ellis, Amanda Carlsen-McKenna Nelson

<strong>Volleyball</strong>

Box Elder beat Preston 25-8 25-15 25-18Morgan beat Bear River 25-20 25-17 25-15

<strong>Soccer</strong>

Mountain Crest 3 Logan 2Mustang goals: Makelle Eggleston, Kasandra Anderson, Madi CutlerGrizzlies goals: Maddie Daines, Madi ShupeBonneville 2 Sky View 1Bobcat goal: Jessica BrooksbyOgden 4 Box Elder 2Bear River 3 Morgan 2

<strong>Football</strong>

As Riley Nelson is out for BYU this year with his shoulder surgery coming up, the former Logan High QB was named yesterday to the All-State Insurance American Football Coaches Association’s Good Works Team for 2010. Nelson was the only selection from colleges in the West, and one of 3 juniors. It is a choice for lots of off the field activities with community and school, plus their playing exploits too.

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