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Lady Wildcats stay unbeaten, dominate lacrosse opponents

May 09, 2024 01:13PM ● By Tom Haraldsen
You Did It! Ella Mathews, Woods Cross (cheering) celebrates with Dani Brey (18) after the Ref indicates the shot was good. The Wildcats are also playing well beating Viewmont 23 - 7 and stand at 14 and 0 for the season. Photo by Roger V. Tuttle

You Did It! Ella Mathews, Woods Cross (cheering) celebrates with Dani Brey (18) after the Ref indicates the shot was good. The Wildcats are also playing well beating Viewmont 23 - 7 and stand at 14 and 0 for the season. Photo by Roger V. Tuttle

Another week, another couple of dominant lacrosse wins by the Woods Cross Lady Wildcats. The Cats thumped Viewmont 23-7 and then destroyed Northridge 19-1 last week, positioning themselves nicely as the final week of the regular season began on Monday. Here’s a recap of last week’s games.


Woods Cross beat Viewmont behind the five goals of both Emma Mathews and Emmy Richards, Lila Dunn added four scores, Rylee Layton added three, Grace MacArthur two, and single goals came from Eliza Sargent, Megan Madsen, Dani Brey, Brooklyn Bradley.

Versus Northridge, Llinton had five goals, Dunn four, Mathews three, MacArthur and Bree Coleman two apiece, with single goals from Sargent, Ella Holland, and Rachel Sims. The Lady Cats are now 14-0 on the season.

Dani Brey, Woods Cross (blue jersey) locks-on to Viewmont Goalie Makalee Sample, Viewmont (99). The Wildcats also locked-on to the win beating Viewmont 23 - 7 and stand at 14 and 0 for the season. Photo by Roger V. Tuttle

Viewmont (11-3) bounced back with the loss to Woods Cross to rout Roy 18-2. Against Woods Cross, Cecilia Walton scored three times, Alexis Lee had two goals, and both Brienna Wallis and Brighton Tebbs added scores. Against Roy, it was Walton with seven goals, Lee with six, Wallis with three and Haley Erickson with two.

Farmington is now 10-4 on the year. The Phoenix beat Weber 14-5 as Hailey Larson and Alexandra MacAuley each scored four times, Kate Carter had three, and single goals came from Lydia Judd, Ruby Roche and Addy Kelly. Farmington lost 12-10 at Syracuse. MacAuley led the Phoenix with five goals, Carter added three, and Roche and Larsen both scored goals.

Davis is now 8-7 after two wins and a loss last week. The Darts lost 10-6 at Fremont. Tallulah Raser scored twice for Davis, with Lucy Bybee, Esther Facer, Karri Norton and Olivia Lifferth all scoring single goals. The Darts beat Layton 20-4, as Facer scored four times, Raser 3; Claire Coleman, Kaydence Johnson, Norton and Lifferth all scoring twice, and single goals came from MacKenzie Coleman, Sophie Karras, Jayden Tatton, Sydney Plummer and Grace Rose.

The Darts finished the week on Saturday with a 13-8 over Riverton. As of our Monday deadline, individual scoring for that game had not been posted on MaxPreps.

Bountiful (9-6) lost in overtime 10-9 at Copper Hills, but won twice the rest of the week. Against Copper Hills, Naomi Brice scored four goals, Kennedy Johnson had two, and single goals came from Leah Moon, Ava Vorwaller and Layla Blanchard. The Redhawks then beat Roy 10-6, as Brice had four goals, and single goals from Moon, Nicole Bowen, Claire Jensen, Ella Gilllian, Blanchard and Megan Youngberg.

Bountiful then beat Clearfield 9-6, as Brice again led the scoring with five goals, Veronica Loveless had three and Vorwaller 1.


Farmington improved to 11-3 on the year with two big wins. The Phoenix beat Weber 11-8, as Kai Leavitt scored four times, Dominic Coats and Kayy Beynon two goals each, with Mitchel Milne, Luke Guile and Damon Egan each scoring once. In the 14-0 shutout against Syracuse, Coats and Beynon each had three goals, Jacobs and Leavitt had two each, and single goals came from Milne, Ryan Eddins, Cole Smith and Guile. Sophomore goalkeepers Brandon Barrus and Tyson Hoskins shared the shutout.

Shot! Josh Vashaw, Farmington take a shot-on-goal against Syracuse. The Phoenix appeared animated shutting-out the Titans 14 - 0 at Home, May 2nd. Photos by Roger V. Tuttle

Bountiful (7-7) lost 11-10 at Roy then beat Clearfield 18-0 on the road. The Redhawks got five goals from Michael Kasper in the loss at Roy, Carter Terry and Tate Terry both scored twice, and Mason Crane added a goal. At Clearfield, it was Carter Terry with five goals, Tate Terry had four; the trio of Kasper, Jensen Freeman and Nathan Horne all had two each; and Brandon Wilkinson, Ben Allred and Faletau Satuala each scored once. Junior goalkeepers Colton Krogue and Thorin Carlile shared the shutout.

Davis is now 11-3 on the year. The Darts lost 12-11 to Fremont despite three goals each from Dawson Draper and Rocky Edleman. Luke Donigan, Jacob Faerber, Ben Roylance, Ashton Wood and Nick Johnson all scored for Davis. The team then beat Northridge 12-3. Wood and Edelman each scored three times, Draper had two, while Brek Jensen, Chase Nelson, Donigan and Carson Smolka each scored once. Davis then beat Layton 23-1, led by Roylance with five goals, Wood with four, and both Nelson and Donigan with three each.

Viewmont (7-10) lost twice, falling 8-7 to Woods Cross and then 16-7 to Roy. Mason Gerrard, Parley Shupe and Sam Terreros each had two goals against Woods Cross, with Brigham Shupe adding a goal. Versus Roy, it was Parley Shupe and Braxton Siddoway with two each. Nate Delgado, Luke Cluff and Terreros each scored once for the Vikings.

Woods Cross (6-7) beat Viewmont 8-7, then lost 7-5 to Northridge. No individual stats had been posted on MaxPreps as of our deadline on Monday afternoon.