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North Summit Braves rundown

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Football

On Sept. 24, the Braves traveled to Moab to play Grand. The Braves kept it close during the first half, but three Red Devil touchdowns in the fourth quarter brought the final score to 35-14 in favor of Grand.

Anders Skagerberg scored two touchdowns and rushed for 107 yards.

The Braves will face Gunnison at home on Sept. 30.

Volleyball

On Sept. 22, the Lady Braves defeated Rowland Hall in three straight games. Senior middle blocker Mckenzee Murdock had 13 kills, three blocks and three aces.

On Sept. 24, the Braves traveled to South Summit where lost 3-0.

Scores for the home match against Layton Christian Academy on Sept. 29 were not available at press time.

Cross-country

North Summit hosted South Summit in a cross-country meet on Sept. 23. The Braves girls’ team had a strong finish with Erica Birk in first place with a time of 23:09, Jenalyn Thiriot took second in 25:47, and Ali Birk in third with a time of 27:24.

Top finishers on the boys’ team included Zach Simkins in fifth place in 23:20 and Jason Pangman in sixth with a time of 24:02.

Golf

The Region golf match was held on Sept. 28, at Wasatch Mountain golf course in Midway. The Braves placed fourth out of six teams. McKay Stephens shot 96, Chris Robinson shot 98, Trevor Devey shot 112, Jess Wright shot 118, Brody Duffin shot 120, and Johnathan Greenhood shot a 121. Robinson is now qualified for state on Oct. 5.

Compiled by Bailie Richins and Israel Lopez


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