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BYU commit Lincoln Markham wins first boy junior state amateur title

Three holes. That's how long it took BYU commit Lincoln Markham to find his groove in the match-play finals of the boys division against Morgan High junior Lance Loughton in the first Utah Junior State Amateur Championship at Wasatch Mountain golf course in Midway on Wednesday. Markham, ...

Regions honor players with 2024 All-Region Teams

After every high school sports season, region coaches honor the best players in their respective league by announcing All-Region teams. While the Daily Herald does not participate in these selections like it does for its All-Valley teams, publishing these teams is a great way to recognize so ...

Best of the Best: 2024 All-Valley Boys Lacrosse Team

Here are the top boys lacrosse players in the Utah Valley area in 2024: Player of the Year: Aiden Hardy, Sr. M, Payson Dynamic faceoff competitor who created numerous opportunities for his team with his reflexes (250 faceoffs won, 175 ground balls won) while also being a fantastic leader ...

Family legacy: Mays becomes third Madsen brother to win Player of the Year

  It can be difficult living up to a family legacy. Mays Madsen makes it look easy. The Madsen family legacy is baseball, and a lot of it. His father, Eric Madsen, coached at Utah Valley for 18 years (13 as the head coach) and took over the program at Lehi High School for the ...

Best of the Best: 2024 All-Valley Baseball Team

Player of the Year: Mays Madsen, Jr. SS/RHP, Lehi Mays joins brothers Mick (2016) and Maddux (2022) as recipients of the Daily Herald’s Player of the Year award. Mays batted .443 with 38 runs, 47 hits and 27 RBI. He totaled seven doubles, four triples and two home runs and stole 17 ...