Davis and Farmington lacrosse squads keep on winningMay 06, 2021 01:39PM ● By Catherine Garrett
Bountiful teams drive against a trio of Woods Cross defenders. The Wildcat’s tough “D” aided in their 14-9 win over the Braves. Photo by Roger V. Tuttle
The Davis High boys and girls lacrosse teams won both of their games last week while Farmington’s squads went 3-0 in their matchups. Bountiful went a combined 1-3 while Viewmont and Woods Cross were winless.
Davis – Boys
Davis defeated Clearfield 16-2 April 27. Rhett Rice led the Darts with three goals and four assists while Connor Johnson (two goals, three assists), Mason Kilgore (two goals, one assist), Blake Williams (two goals), Mason Gagner (two goals), Jordan Phelps (two goals), David Spjut (one goal), Emerson Bell (one goal) and Justin Lundskog (one goal) also contributed offensively.
Against Roy, Davis won 17-1. The Darts led the game 11-0 by halftime and coasted to the win. Gagner had four goals and two assists with Phelps also putting four goals in the net. Also providing offense for Davis was Williams (three goals, two assists), Rice (two goals, two assists), Kilgore (one goal, two assists), Nick Johnson (one goal, one assist), Lundskog (one goal), Sam Lifferth (one goal) and Cade Norton (one assist).
The Darts are now 12-1 this season.
Davis – Girls
Davis defeated Clearfield 18-1 April 27.
Sam Wilkes had seven goals, one assist and 10 ground balls to lead the Darts while Piper Searle scored five goals. Coach Makenzie Hekking also noted a “standout game” from Olivia Lifferth with two goals and two assists.
Also helping offensively were Macie Wood with two goals, Kaydence Johnson (one goal, one assist), Mackenzie Coleman (one goal), and Kerri Norton (one assist).
Against Roy April 29, Davis won 18-5. Wilkes led the way with seven goals and one assist while Wood (four goals, three assists), Searle (four goals), Coleman (one goal, one assist), Tallulah Raser (one goal), Lifferth (one goal), Emma Williams (one assist), Johnson (one assist) and Sierra Bastian (one assist) were also key to the offense.
The Darts remain undefeated through 12 games this season.
Bountiful – Boys
Bountiful defeated Woods Cross 14-3 April 28, turning an 8-1 halftime lead into an even larger margin in the win. Hayden Hanson scored six goals to lead the Braves with Sam Lefevre (four goals, three assists), Payson Hadley (one goal, one assist), Jamison Bain (one goal, one assist), Declan Watt (one goal, one assist) and Isaac Stout (one goal, one assist) also producing offense.
Against Farmington April 30, the Braves lost 18-12. The teams battled in the first half with just two goals separating them by halftime before the Phoenix held Bountiful to just four second-half goals. Lefevre put in three goals and had one assist while Bain (two goals, two assists), Stout (two goals), Watt (one goal, one assist), Hanson (one goal), Elijah Lowe (one goal), Porter Hadley (one goal), Cole Terry (one goal), Teegan Dougher (two assists) and
Payson Hadley (one assist) were also part of the offense.
The Braves’ record is now 6-6 this year.
Bountiful – Girls
Bountiful defeated Viewmont 9-7 April 26.
“It was a great rematch as both teams have improved so much since the first time we played,” said head coach Olivia Cope.
Against Woods Cross April 27, the Braves lost 14-9. Sunny Price-Huish scored four goals to lead Bountiful. Emily Stewart had three goals and Lauren Jensen added the other two.
Bountiful lost to Farmington 19-6 April 29. Price-Huish led the Braves with three goals, Lauren Jensen had two and Maddit Stott put in one. Grace Nixon recorded 14 saves in goal.
Bountiful is now 6-4 this year.
Farmington – Boys
Farmington picked up its 12th win of the year with the Viewmont forfeit April 28. Against Bountiful April 30, the Phoenix won 18-12, widening a 10-8 halftime lead to a six-point win.
Cole Beynon scored five goals and recorded three assists with Davis Roche also putting in five goals. Others contributing offensively were Treyvien Rosendahl (three goals, three assists), Marcus Ball (three goals, one assist), Brayden Buckley (two goals, one assist), Jaden Bennett (two assists) and Easton Roberts (one assist).
Farmington is now 12-0 this year.
Farmington – Girls
Farmington defeated Viewmont 17-2 April 27.
“This was a great game for our team,” said head coach Annabelle Roche. “We had quick transitions up the field and worked very united as a team. With close to half of our team being new to the sport this season, we have been very impressed with their hard work and improvement. It’s been amazing to watch their progress.”
Ryann Franich led the Phoenix with four goals with Emily Leavitt (two goals, two assists), Grace Kunzler (two goals, two assists), Hailey Savage (two goals, one assist), Avery Yates (two goals, one assist), Paige Burwell (two goals, one assist), Maleha Ballard (two goals), Ruby Roche (one goal, three assists) and Kenzie Hintze (one assist) also providing offense.
Against Bountiful on senior night April 29, Farmington won 19-6, as the team celebrated seniors Leah Allen, Paige Burwell, Emily Hawkins, Emily Leavitt and Hailey Savage.
Leading offensively was Savage (three goals, two assists), Ruby Roche (three goals, one assist), Micah Farr (three goals), Burwell (three goals, one assist), Kunzler (two goals), Franich (one goal, one assist), Yates (one goal, one assist), Ballard (one goal), Alexa Stephens (one goal) and Emily Leavitt (two assists).
The Phoenix squad’s record is 11-1.
Viewmont - Boys
Viewmont was unable to play Farmington April 28 so the Vikings incurred its ninth loss of the season.
“We had to forfeit due to the number of injuries suffered in the Bountiful game,” said head coach Don Stringham.
Against Bonneville, Viewmont lost 15-3.
“We got one player back from concussion protocol but it still wasn’t enough,” said Stringham. The Vikings are now 5-10.
Viewmont - Girls
Viewmont lost 9-7 to Bountiful April 26. The Vikings then lost to Farmington 17-2 April 17. Viewmont is 3-7 this season.
Woods Cross – Boys
Woods Cross lost 14-3 to Bountiful April 28.
Against Box Elder April 30, the Wildcats lost 15-4. Woods Cross’ record stands at 1-11.
Woods Cross – Girls
Woods Cross beat Bountiful 14-9 April 27.
Against Skyline April 28, the Wildcats lost 11-1. They also lost 14-6 to Box Elder April 29. Woods Cross is now 5-6.