South Summit Wildcats rundown |

South Summit Wildcats rundown


Girls’ soccer

The girls’ soccer team defeated Liahona 1-0 on Sept. 17. The single goal came from right fullback Andee Neff. Neff scored in the second half off a free kick from 25 yards away.

The Ladycats had a tough competition Tuesday as they played defending state champions Waterford. Scores were unavailable at press time.

"This has been a long week for the girls due to the (homecoming) events at school," said Coach Tera Wallace. "We look forward to resting up and playing next Tuesday, which is a big game for us on the road."

The Ladycats play at Rowland Hall on Sept. 29.


The cross-country team participated in a homecoming tradition by running the football team’s game ball in a relay from Heber to the SSHS stadium in Kamas. They entered the stadium, ran a lap around the track, and presented the ball to the officials in the center of the field.


The volleyball team defeated Rowland Hall 3-0 at home on Sept. 15. The team had 87 hits and was led by McKenzie Woolstenhulme, who had 27 hits, followed by Marci Jones with 14. Paige Peterson and Teresa Chamberlin combined for a total of 76 sets. Emily Kueser led the serving stats with 20 serves, followed closely by Paige Peterson with 17. Megan Peterson led the team with 7 digs.

On Sept. 17, the Ladycats defeated Maeser 3-0. Peterson led the team with 29 sets, 9 of which led to kills. Jones had 11 hits, followed by Chamberlin with 9 hits, and Caitlin Hatch with 7. Caitlin Hatch also led the team with 18 serves, followed by Woolstenhulme with 12 serves.

The Ladycats played Tuesday at Layton Christian. Scores were not available at press time. They play Thursday at home against North Summit.


The golf team competed Sept. 16 at the Cascade Golf Course against Maeser. The team took second overall with a score of 329. Taylor Haws led the team with a 67, followed by Forrest Lucas with a 77.

Compiled by Lexi Reidhead, SSHS

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