Wasatch Girls Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 4 - 6
  • Conference Record: 2 - 2

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Academic All-Staters- Record setting Fall Athletes

This Fall we had a record 13 athletes selected to the UHSAA Academic All-State Team. Kellin Olsen- Boys Golf Kymberlee Baird & Mariela Luster – Girls Soccer Emma Berg & Anna Snow – Girls Tennis Matthias Dunn – Football Ethan Hardy, Gabrielle Huntsman, Jake Lively, Brinlee Luster, Benjamin McCullough, Steven Rowe & Jack Sheehan –

Coach Zigante in Des News

The Wasatch High School girls soccer team has gone through a couple of changes at the helm since the retirement of longtime head coach Dawain Wheatley two years ago. However, it looks as though the most recent choice to lead the Wasps into the future, is here to stay. Gretchen Zigante, a nationally recognized player

Soccer falls to Skyridge & Timpanogos

Girls Soccer Action this Week The odds were not in our favor Tuesday, Sept. 4th as all three teams traveled to challenge a very strong Skyridge program. Varsity fought hard but finished with a 2-1 loss, goal scored by Mary Santiago. JV lost 3-0 and the Freshman team lost 3-1. Currently ranked #1 in the polls,

Girl’s Soccer shuts out Provo

Girls Soccer Finds Success in Provo All WHS teams were in action last Thursday as the regular season kicked off. Though finding themselves 0-0 at half time on Provo’s new turf field, Varsity went home with a resounding 5-0 victory. The Wasps definitively turned the corner on whole-team play, scoring all their goals on excellent

Thurl “Big T” Bailey to Speak At Wasatch High

Thurl “Big T” Bailey will be speaking to our athletes and their parents on Monday September 10th at 6:30 pm in the Wasatch High Auditorium.  We would like to invite everyone who would love to be motivated and to hear Thurl’s message to come. Thurl Bailey Flyer

Soccer Falls to East 5-1

Wasatch Soccer Falls to East If matches were played in halves instead of wholes, Thursday’s Varsity soccer game would have turned out much differently. The first 40 minutes, the Wasps were flat-footed and chasing a physical and fast-moving East team. Before the clocked ticked down, the score was 4-1, with Sydney Hiatt scoring the only