Farmington boys, Davis girls still undefeated in lacrosseApr 22, 2021 02:22PM ● By Catherine Garrett
The Farmington boys remain undefeated through nine games this season while the Davis girls have also not lost in their eight matchups.
Davis – Boys
Davis defeated Layton 18-0 April 13.
“It was a great team win in all aspects of the game,” head coach Dillon Yocom said. “Our defense played really strong and we had great goalie play from Kache Allen.”
Mason Gagner scored six goals to lead the Darts. “This is only his second game he has played in on the season and it is great to have him back out there,” Yocom said.
Others contributing offensively were Rhett Rice (four goals, one assist), Nick Johnson (two goals, four assists), Jordan Phelps (two goals, one assist), Cade Norton (two goals), Connor Johnson (one goal, three assists), Mason Kilgore (one goal, one assist), Justin Lundskog (one goal), Taeten Stilson (one goal), Luke Johnson (two assists) and Emmett Rice (two assists).
Against Highland, Davis won 16-1.
“The guys did a great job in all aspects of the game,” Yocom said. “Our defense was rock solid and caused multiple turnovers. Our face off guys played extremely well and won the majority of the face offs.”
Kilgore, Connor Johnson and Rhett Rice all scored four goals while Gagner (two goals, one assist), David Spjut (one goal), Emerson Bell (one goal), Phelps (one assist) and Nate Adams (one assist) also produced offense for the Darts.
Davis is now 8-1 this season.
Davis – Girls
Davis defeated Layton 15-1 April 13.
“It was not our best game,” head coach Makenzie Hekking said. “I believe we are in a mid-season slump so hopefully that’s short lived.”
Nine players scored for the Darts including Sam Wilkes (three goals), Macie Wood (two), Piper Searle (two), Kelly Maynes (two), Mackenize Coleman (two), Olivia Lifferth (one), Emma Williams (one) and Tallulah Raser (one).
Against East, Davis won 21-4 April 16, going up 12-3 by halftime and finishing the game with nine second-half goals.
Coleman’s give goals and one assist led offensively for the Darts while Wood (four goals, two assists), Wilkes (four goals, one assist), Kaydence Johnson (three goals, one assist), Maynes (three goals, one assist), Lifferth (one goal, one assist) and Raser (one goal) also contributed.
Davis is now 8-0 this season.
Farmington – Boys
Farmington defeated Bonneville 18-4 April 16, going up 12-2 by the break and scoring six more goals in the second half.
Davis Roche scored six goals with one assist to lead the Phoenix while Cole Beynon (four goals, two assists), Brayden Buckley (four goals), Marcus Ball (two goals, one assist). Jaden Bennett (one goal, one assist) and Easton Roberts (one goal) also contributed offensively.
Farmington is now 9-0 this year.
Farmington – Girls
Farmington defeated Bountiful 17-3 April 13. Ruby Roche led the Phoenix with five goals.
“She was strategic about placing all her shots and her hard work is paying off in the offense,” head coach Annabelle Roche, who is also Ruby’s older sister, said.
Emily Leavitt (three goals, two assists), Hailey Savage (three goals, two assists), Paige Burwell (two goals, one assist), Grace Kunzler (two goals, one assist), Alexa Stephens (one goal, one assist), Leah Allen (one goal), Ryann Franich (two assists) and Avery Yates (one assist) also helped on offense.
“We played very well together and I was very proud of how our team performed,” Coach Roche said.
Against Bonneville April 15, Farmington won 18-0.
Savage led with four goals with Franich (three goals, one assist), Maleria Ballard (two goals, one assist), Yates (two goals), Riley Sant (two goals), Burwell (one goal, two assists), Roche (one goal), Leavitt (one goal), Micah Farr (one goal), Grace Kunzler (one goal), Stephens (three assists) and Kenzie Hintze (three assists) also assisting the offense.
The Phoenix have a 6-1 record.
Bountiful – Boys
Bountiful lost to Brighton 13-4 April 13.
Hayden Hanson scored two goals to lead the Braves while Sam Lefevre (one goal, one assist) and Jamison Bain (one goal) also scored.
Against Box Elder April 16, Bountiful won 13-5 behind four goals and one assist each by Hanson and Lefevre.
Also helping offensively were Porter Hadley (two goals), Payson Hadley (one goal, one assist), Jamison Bain (one goal, one assist), Declan Watt (one goal), Isaac Stout (two assists), Rustin Lowe (one assist) and Elijah Lowe (one assist).
The Braves currently have a 3-4 record.
Bountiful – Girls
Bountiful lost to Farmington 17-3 April 13. Lauren Jensen led the Braves with two goals while Emily Stewart added the third Bountiful score.
“It was a really tough game for our girls as almost all of them are brand new to lacrosse,” head coach Olivia Cope said. “This was the first team that we played where it looked like everyone from the other team was pretty experienced in lacrosse, but it’s always a learning experience and I think my girls have a few takeaways from losing a game like that.”
Against Box Elder April 15, the Braves lost 19-10.
“Box Elder had a few really fast players,” Cope said. “We’ll keep working on defensive communication and capitalizing on offensive opportunities.”
Bountiful is 2-3 this season.
Viewmont – Boys
Viewmont defeated Mountain Crest 12-9 April 12.
“We communicated well and won the first half of the game,” head coach Don Stringham said. “In the second half, we held on through gritty play.”
Noah Horsley scored five goals for the Vikings with Mason Hepworth (two goals, two assists), Presley Gruber (two goals, one assist), Tanner McCurdy (two goals), Tanner Ames (one goal) and Abe Salmon (six assists) also producing offense in the win.
Against Bonneville Apr. 14, the Vikings lost 10-7, coming back from a 3-0 deficit to go into the break down just one goal before giving up seven second-half goals.
“Even our goalie Tommy Fraser’s 22 saves couldn’t stop Bonneville,” Stringham said. “The game was back and forth until the final few minutes when our lack of subs did us in. It was a very fun and exciting game to watch.”
Viewmont then defeated Woods Cross 10-7 April 16
“We were pretty fatigued from the battle with Bonneville, but we were able to muster enough energy to beat the Wildcats,” Stringham said.
Jacob Bell’s four goals led the Vikings while Salmon (two goals, one assist), Horsley (two goals, one assist), McCurdy (two goals), Gruber (one goal, one assist) and Lincoln Browning (one goal).
Viewmont’s record is now 5-6 this year.
Viewmont – Girls
Viewmont defeated Bonneville 7-4 April 13, going up by two goals at the break and holding on for the win.
“It was a great matchup between two young teams,” head coach Dana Fisher said. “It’s fun to see new girls joining the sport at the high school level.”
Toree Wheatly led the Vikings with three goals and Keely Banks (one goal), Hannah Bird (one goal), Avery Drake (one goal), Eliza Runolfson (one goal) and Olivia King (one assist) also added offense in the win.
The Vikings are now 1-4 this season.
Woods Cross - Boys
Woods Cross lost to Box Elder 7-2 April 14. Against Viewmont April 16, the Wildcats lost 10-7.
Woods Cross fell to 1-7 on the year.
Woods Cross – Girls
Woods Cross lost to Box Elder 12-8 April 13. The Wildcats are now 2-3 so far this season.