It all came down to one game between valley rivals to determine the final seeding for the state tournament in Region 5. With both teams having already clinched a playoff spot, the Sky View and Mountain Crest girls soccer teams met Tuesday, battling to a 0-0 draw in double overtime.
SMITHFIELD — It was a night that ended with sweet revenge for the Sky View High School Girl’s soccer team. The Bobcats avenged their early season loss to Mountain Crest Tuesday night, winning round two by a final score of 2-1. The Bobcats were led by Senior Striker Stacy Bair, who scored the first of Sky View’s two goals and her pin point passing and superb ball handling was too much for the Mustangs defense to handle.
It was a beautiful evening Thursday as the Sky View girls soccer team played host to the Roy Royals. Sky View jumped out early taking a demanding 3-0 lead only 10 minutes into the game. Their play calmed down after that and no goals were scored until Roy got on the board with 15 minutes left in the first half. With the score 3-1 at half time Roy came out firing on all cylinders in the second half and quickly tied it in the first five minutes of the second half with a pair of goals from Taryn Davies.
Sky View High School announced on June 6th that Kelly Knowles is the new boys soccer coach and Brad Pond will lead the Baseball team next year. These announcements complete the hiring of new coaches at Sky View.
The Herald Journal is reporting that Doyle Geddes has stepped down as the boys soccer coach. He will continue to coach the girls soccer team. Read the whole story, End of an era at Sky View at the Herald Journal
“Dangerous is a word which best describes Stacy Bair on the soccer field these days. The junior forward is doing her best to frustrate one defensive scheme after another. In 10 games, Bair has tallied 21 goals. She is not only the most proficient scorer on the Sky View roster, but leads the entire state in scoring.” — John Coon
Senior Tanner Crockett shined as the Sky View Bobcats Boys Soccer Teams’ struggles continued Tuesday night at Crimson Field, as the Bobcats (1-12-2) fell to the Logan Grizzlies, 6-3. With one game remaining in the season, the Bobcats remain winless in Region 5 action (0-7) and have only one win to their credit, a 2-0 victory coming in their second game of the season to Morgan from Region 11.
It looks like Smithfield Recration Soccer has started up their 2010 season. These are a few pictures of the Smithfield Recreation U-10 Grades 3/4/5 game between Vapor (Red) and Slash (blue). After playing for an hour it was tied 1 to 1.