Mustang fans! It’s time to vote for the January Larry H. Miller in Sandy Athlete of the Month.
Click here to Vote now! Voting closes at 11:59 on Wednesday, February 17th. The winning male & female athlete will receive a gift card and certificate courtesy of Larry H. Miller in Sandy
Trey Jackson – Swimming – Mountain Ridge
Dropping from 1:57 to 1:52 in the 200 yard freestyle and dropping from :52 to :49 at region. Earning region championship medals in both.
Trevin Williams – Wrestling – Jordan
STRONG SENIOR SEASON KEY WINS THROUGHOUT THE SEASON, MADE IT TO THE SEMI FINALS OF DIVISIONALS AND PLACED 5TH AT DIVISIONALS.
Amy Hopkins – Basketball – Providence Hall
Amy always gives her best in everything she does. She is an exceptional student and athlete. She is known off the court for her kindness and making people smile but as soon as she steps into a game she is a fierce competitor. She is a natural leader and loves to be mentor for her younger teammates. Amy is known for being the team mom; aways making sure everyone is ok and eats before a game. She is active in her community, plays multiple sports, works part-time and still makes the honor role.
Anna Wekluk – Swimming – Mountain Ridge
Region champion in the 100 yard butterfly.
First female in 5A to go under 1:00 in the 100 yard butterfly. Positioning her in 1st in 5A state.
Janessa Brown – Wrestling – Mountain Ridge
Top wrestler on Mountain Ridge High School’s new girls wrestling team. 2-time 2nd place finisher at major wrestling tournaments.
Ellsie Tueller – Drill – Bingham
Ellsie is an amazing young lady who is a huge example to her teammates of being dedicated, hard working, and positive. She is our team captain and sets the standard of excellence. She is an outstanding leader not only in the dance studio but also in the classroom. Ellsie is an extremely selfless who gives tirelessly of herself. This year when 2 of the dancers tested positive the day before a competition and needed to be removed from the routine, she spent the entire day with the two alternates helping them learn their new spots and feel confident about their ability to step in and fill the shoes of those girls who were out. She is top notch in every aspect. She had definitely made a positive impact on the Minerette program this year and has set the standard that next year’s team captains need to strive to meet.
KarLei Monson – Basketball – Jordan
Great Team Leader/ Leading Team in Assist and being team player.
Lea Afu – Basketball – Jordan
Perseverance through injury / Lead team by averaging 14 ppg in January.