Corner Canyon Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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NLI Signing Day at Corner Canyon

In front of family and friends, 10 student athletes signed their letter of intent to play sports after high school.  With football players and a few other individuals yet to decide which school to attend, this will be the largest signing class in school history.  Congratulations to the 2018-19 signing class. Hayden Welling, Basketball, UC

Basketball and Wrestling Tryouts Start Nov. 5

Tryouts for Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, and for the Wrestling team will begin on November 5 at the following times: Boys Basketball – 6:00 AM-7:15 AM and 3:00 PM-5:00 PM, Charger Arena Girls Basketball – 5:00 PM-7:00 PM, Charger Arena Wrestling – 2:30-5:30 PM, Wrestling Room Please contact Coach Lunt, Coach Acker, or Coach Eure

Registration for Basketball and Wrestling is due on Nov. 4

Registration for boys’ and girls’ basketball and wrestling is available and must be completed prior to tryouts, which start on November 5.  You can click on “More” and then “Register My Athlete” to begin the registration process.  This is also a good time to schedule a physical.

Nicole Critchfield Signs with BYU

Nicole Critchfield signed a letter of intent to run track at BYU this afternoon.  She is the most decorated track athlete in Corner Canyon history.  She signed today in front of family, teammates, and coaches.  Good luck to Nicole at BYU!

Congratulations to Our Outstanding Athlete and Scholar Athlete Award Winners

Four Corner Canyon seniors were awarded for their outstanding sports careers on Wednesday night. Outstanding Male Athlete – Brad Findlay; Wrestling and Football Outstanding Female Athlete – Nicole Critchfield; Basketball and Track Outstanding Male Scholar Athlete – Mikey Petty; Football and Track Outstanding Female Scholar Athlete – Raili Jenkins; Tennis, Cross Country, and Track  

Highland stuns Lady Chargers

from Joe Coles and the Deseretnews.com During a day full of upsets of No. 1 seeds, the No. 4-seeded Highland Rams added another in a 51-45 surprise victory over top-seeded Corner Canyon in the opening round of the 5A girls basketball playoffs on Monday night at Salt Lake Community College. Highland coach Kurt Schneider and

Lady Chargers Basketball Shares Region 7 Title – #1 Seed in the playoffs!

Our Lady Chargers traveled to Cottonwood to take on the Colts in the 2017-2018 season and Region 7 finale. They entered the contest with a record of 8-1 and needed a win to share the Region 7 title with Timpview, who they split the season series with, having their only region loss to the Thunderbirds.

Timpview holds off Lady Chargers for 63-56 victory

The Timpview girls basketball team relied heavily on the play of Shalyn Fano during Tuesday’s 63-56 win over Region 7 leader Corner Canyon. Timpview entered the fourth quarter up 49-45, but soon saw the lead trimmed to two after the Chargers Kemery Martin made a 3-pointer. But six straight points from the T-Birds put the

Lady Chargers Ranked #2

The Lady Chargers basketball team begins the week with a season record of 18-1, and 7-0 in Region 7 play. They find themselves ranked #2 in the state wide rankings as of February 4th. Even with the #2 ranking overall, they find themselves also ranked #2 in the 5A, as the team ranked ahead of

Lady Chargers defeat Timpview to Remain Atop Region 7

The Lady Chargers basketball team was victorious in their Region 7 showdown with the T-Birds of Timpview High School. This was the first win over the T-Birds in program history. The win improved the Chargers overall record to 14-1 and 3-0 in Region 7 play. The Charger’s were led by Jaeden Vaifanua’s 20 point, 10