It’s all about the set up: Ivy Hicks showing the Sheridan Panthers how it’s done. LPHS continues to play at home Sept. 1 vs. Shields Valley. Action starts at 5 p.m.

High flying offenses

On the field and on the court

The Lone Peak High School Big Horns showed off a versatile offensive Aug. 24 during the football opener with Box Elder. Quarterback Frankie Starz threw five touchdown passes, connecting with receivers like senior Cole March (pictured). 

     This sequence catches March in mid-stride, making the catch and heading for the end zone. The Horns eventually put away the Box Elder Bears 58-24. 

     The next day on Sat. Aug. 25, the LPHS volleyball team defended its title as hosts of the Battle In Big Sky tournament.

     Coach Missy Botha reported, “I can tell you that the difference-maker in each match was our stellar passing. Without a good pass, our offense won’t click. Ivy Hicks was able to set up Brooke Botha and Solae Swenson for some very impressive kills.”

     Botha continued, “Kodi Boersma’s serving was off the hook! Her consistency and placement was fantastic. Kodi and Chloe Hammond paired up in the back row to get every ball up.” 

     Coach Botha added, “We still need a JV coach” if anyone is interested in joining the off-and-running volleyball program as a developer of budding talent. 

     Interested? Email  jhannahs@bssd72.org.

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