Wasatch Girls Varsity Soccer

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

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Athlete Council reads to Midway students

The Wasatch athlete council had the opportunity to read to the Midway Elementary students.  The athletes just loved visiting with these young people.

Tri-District Special Needs Track Meet

On Tuesday May 7, 2019 the Athlete councils from Wasatch, Park City & South Summit came together and put on a Tri-District Special needs Track Meet.  There were over 80 athletes who participated and over 100 volunteers.  There were smiles everywhere and happiness.  Each athlete received a Tee shirt and an award.  The athletes competed

Athlete Council Reads to Heber Valley Elementary Students

  The Wasatch athlete council traveled to Heber Valley Elementary to read to the Special Needs students.  It was great seeing how excited and engaged these students were with the Athletes. Jadree Prince and Lexi Pugmire read to JJ Piper.

Athlete Council reads to JR Smith students

On Monday February 11th members of the Wasatch Athlete council read to the kindergartners and 1st grades at JR Smith.  The students love having the athletes come read to them and the Athletes love reading to them. Check out some of the pictures.

Athlete Council reads to JR Smith students

On Monday December 10th the Wasatch High Athlete council read to the kindergarten and 1st grade students at JR Smith.  The young kids were very excited to see the athletes and everyone had a great time. Girls

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