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Valley Top 5: Soccer teams face postseason battles

By Jared Lloyd and Darnell Dickson - | Oct 12, 2021

Lehi and Timpanogos players prepare to take the field before the Region 8 game in Lehi on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021. (Jared Lloyd, Daily Herald)

Here’s the Daily Herald’s look at who are currently the top five Utah Valley teams in high school football, girls soccer and volleyball (as of Oct. 11):


1. Skyridge (8-1, 3-1, Region 4)

Falcons with fifth shutout of season last week (31-0 vs. Pleasant Grove).

2. Lone Peak (5-2, 3-1 Region 4)

Knights rise up to end Corner Canyon’s 48-game winning streak.

3. Springville (8-1, 4-1 Region 8)

Seth Rigtrup (140 yards rushing) and Tevita Valeti (102) overpower Salem Hills.

4. Timpview (7-2, 4-0 Region 7)

Liu Aumavae (22 TDs, 259 yards per game) is one of state’s most underrated QBs.

5. Timpanogos (8-1, 5-1 Region 7)

T-Wolves looking to tie school record for wins (9) this week vs. Stansbury.


1. Timpanogos (14-1, 11-1)

The No. 4-seeded Timberwolves better not look ahead to possibly facing No. 5-seed Bountiful and overlook No. 20-seed Viewmont.

2. Cedar Valley (16-0, 12-0)

How will the Aviators do in their first 5A playoff test?

3. Lone Peak (13-2, 8-2)

The Knights got a tough draw with rival American Fork coming to town in the second round.

4. Lehi (12-3, 9-3)

The No. 6-seeded Pioneers face a dangerous opponent in No. 11-seed Woods Cross, although a possible quarterfinal game against Cedar Valley would be fun.

5. Maple Mountain (14-4, 9-1)

The No. 9-seeded Golden Eagles playing at No. 8-seed Alta might be one of the best games of the 5A second round.


1. Lone Peak (20-4, 6-0 Region 4)

11 straight wins for Knights send them to the top.

2. Mountain View (20-6, 7-1 Region 7)

Difficult schedule will pay off for Bruins come tournament time.

3. Timpview (19-6, 8-1 Region 7)

T-Birds finish regular season with Timpanogos and Lehi at home.

4. Maple Mountain (21-4, 7-1 Region 9)

Libero Jettlee Ione gets to just about every ball on the court.

5. Skyridge (18-6, 4-2 Region 4)

Falcons one most improved teams in 6A after 13-17 season last year.


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