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Davis boys, Woods Cross girls lead lacrosse teams

Apr 25, 2024 10:24AM ● By Tom Haraldsen
Spencer Rigby, Davis (15) and Andrew Murphy Davis (12) gang-up on Weber’s Duke Phelps for the win. Photos by Roger V. Tuttle

Spencer Rigby, Davis (15) and Andrew Murphy Davis (12) gang-up on Weber’s Duke Phelps for the win. Photos by Roger V. Tuttle

It remains a great season so far for the Davis boys lacrosse team and the unbeaten Woods Cross girls team. Here’s a look at last week’s results, with scores posted as of Monday morning.


Bountiful (4-6) beat Viewmont 12-4 on Monday, then lost 16-6 to Northridge on Wednesday. Against the Vikings, Tate Terry scored three goals, both Wyatt Farr and Michael Kasper scored twice, and the Redhawks got single goals from Jensen Freeman, Brandon Wilkinson, Carter Terry, Mason Crane and Nathan Horne.

Scoring against Northridge were Tate Terry with three, and Wilkinson, Carter Terry and Horne each added a goal.

Davis improved to 8-1 on the year with a 16-2 win at Layton and an 11-8 win versus Weber. At Layton, Nick Johnson scored four times, Luke Donigan added three, both Ben Roylance and Spencer Clark scored two, and single goals came from Dawson Draper, Christian Bott, Brek Jensen, Charles Dibble, and Rocky Edelman.

Against Weber, Draper scored four goals, Edelman and Ashton Wood scored twice, and single goals came from Johnson, Roylance and Clark.

Farmington (7-2) beat Syracuse 19-3, as Mitchel Milne and Kai Beynon both scored four goals, Ryan Eddins added three, both Kai Leavitt and Dominic Coats scored twice, and single goals came from Taylor Kendall, Cole Smith, Tyler Jacobs and Brady Wallace.

In the match with Layton, 10 Phoenix players scored. They were led by Beynon and Leavitt, both with five goals, Mitchel Milne with four and Coats with two.

Viewmont split two matches and is now 7-6 on the year. The Vikings lost to Bountiful 12-4. Sam Terreros scored three times for Viewmont, with Parley Shupe adding the other goal. But they bounced back with a 13-6 win at Bonneville. Terreros scored five times, Nate Delgado added four, Shupe scored three times and Jared Lyman added a goal.

Woods Cross is now 4-5 after at 7-6 win over Bonneville and a 15-1 loss to Roy. Against Bonneville, Jaden Cannon scored three, Carter Kringlen had two, and both Elliott Bendinger and Carter Dunn scored one each. Isaiah Wallentine had the lone Woods Cross goal against Roy.


Bountiful is now 7-3 on the year. The Redhawks started the week with a 9-7 win at Salem Hills. Naomi Brice scored three goals, Leah Moon and Claire Jensen added two, and both Veronica Loveless and Megan Youngberg scored.

Viewmont beat Bountiful 12-7 on Wednesday. Ella Gillian and Brice each scored twice, with Jensen, Christina Eyring and Layla Blanchard each adding a goal. On Friday, the Redhawks traveled to Northridge and earned a 14-4 victory. Ava Worwaller scored four goals, Jensen had three, and Brice and Blanchard each scored twice. Single goals came from Moon, Gillian and Christina Eyring.

Davis (5-5) had a very productive week, taking a 20-3 win versus Layton and then beating Weber on the road 13-5. There were 11 individual scorers in the win over Layton, led by Esther Facer with five goals, Olivia Lifferth with four, MacKenzie Coleman with three and Kaydance Johnson with two.

Against Weber, Coleman scored three goals, while Facer, Tallulah Raser and Karri Norton all added two each. 

Charles Dibble vies for the ball with Weber’s Bennett Story. Photo by Roger V. Tuttle

Farmington is now 8-3 on the year. The Phoenix beat Syracuse 14-8.

“A very close game until the 4th quarter. Kate Carter led with four goals, while Hailey Larsen had seven points (three goals, four assists) and won 16 of 21 draws. Ally MacAulay had three goals and two assists, while the player of the game Kassie Moffat had three goals, two ground balls, and one caused turnover,” according to coach Chris MacAulay.

Farmington then beat Layton 17-3. Ally MacAulay scored four times; Carter, Kathleen Moffat and Ruby Roche each scored three, and Larsen added two. Teri Davis and Sara Nilson each had single goals.

Viewmont (10-1) was led in the win over Bountiful by Alexis Lee with five goals, Cecelia Walton with four, Maddie Gaskill with two and Brienna Wallis with one. Versus Bonneville, Walton scored five times, Gaskill and Lee each added four goals, and both Avery Drakeand Wallis scored twice,

Woods Cross (10-0) beat Bonneville 19-11 on Wednesday. Rylee Linton scored seven goals for the Wildcats. Ella Mathews had five goals, Emmy Richards four and Lila Dunn three. Woods Cross then beat Roy 14-4 on Friday, but individual scoring was unavailable as of our press deadline on Tuesday.