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Cody Sanderson to be inducted into the Wasatch High School Hall of Fame

Cody Sanderson graduated from Wasatch High School in 1995 as the valedictorian of his class, maintaining a 4.0 GPA. He received numerous academic recognitions from state and national organizations including the Utah High School Activities Association and the National Wrestling Coaches Association. Cody won four individual state wrestling titles during high school. He was Wasatch

Cross Country

Pearl Harvey and Abby West finish in the top ten at state cross country. Team finishes 6th

Football playoff game vs Bountiful

Friday, October 30, 2015 will be our first playoff game. We will playing Bountiful.  The game starts @ 5pm. So get excited and come out to support are amazing football team!!

Wasatch closes regular season with a statement win over Uintah

The immediate future for the Wasatch Wasps had been determined before the ball was kicked at Wright-Tree Stadium Friday night. Playing its last game of a quiet eight-win regular season, Wasatch had every reason to play it safe and rest starters or try new plays from the back of the playbook. That, however, wouldn’t fit

Bills’ late save, 12th shutout propels Wasatch over Alta

From fielding grounders and turning two as a star shortstop to coming up with miraculous saves as an impenetrable goal stopper, nothing gets past Wasatch goalkeeper Torri Bills. The stalwart senior has completely shut down her opponents this year with a state-best 12 shutouts, including five in the last six games and two straight in

Wasatch finds efficiency on offense, wins at Spanish Fork

The Wasatch Wasps haven’t shown a consistent ability to get touchdowns after moving the football into scoring territory during much of the 2015 football season. Many in black and gold admit they’ve left far too many six-pointers on the field in trade for field goals. That hasn’t necessarily been a bad thing. The Wasps have

Wasatch defense shines in win over Maple Mountain

When the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles traveled to Wasatch on Friday night for their crucial contest for second place in Region 8, they knew their passing game would have to be in top form against the tough Wasp defense. That turned out to be a taller order than expected as Wasatch played its stingiest game

Wasatch can’t keep up with region leader Springville

HEBER CITY — The game between the Wasatch Wasps and visiting Springville Red Devils was getting its share of pre-kickoff hype at Wright-Tree Stadium on Friday night. The Red Devils were sitting atop the Region 8 standings, undefeated at 2-0 in conference play, as were the upstart Wasps. Springville had yet to lose a game