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National Sponsor · Junior Athletes: Do you have what it takes to be a Semper-Fidelis All-American? – Presented by the United States Marine Corps


Battles take many forms.

For 242 years and counting, Marines have fought and won the battles to protect our nation, the battles to make a positive impact in our communities as well as the battles within ourselves to push beyond our current limitations and reach our full potential.

No matter what battle we face, we overcome opposing forces with the willingness to engage and the determination to defeat every adversary.

It’s our fighting spirit. And it lives in the heart of every United States Marine.

Proudly presented by the United States Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis All-American Program honors high school student-athletes who share that same elite spirit in everything that they do.

Program Details

When: July 2018

Where: Washington D.C.

What:  Athletes will win an all-expense paid trip to attend the four-day Battles Won Academy in Washington D.C. Their experience will include daily workouts, an immersive Marine Corps experience on base in Quantico, a community service event, a tour of our Nation’s Capital and networking opportunities with our nation’s civic, athletic and military leaders. Additionally, 2018 Semper Fidelis All-Americans are automatically eligible for exclusive scholarship opportunities and are permitted to invite a mentor of their choosing to attend the event alongside them.

Check out this video of the 2017 event: Battles Won Academy

Who is eligible?

Students will be selected for the program based on moral character and academic performance in addition to athletic abilities. Most critically, nominees must demonstrate a fighting spirit that improves the lives of their fellow citizens.

Eligible applicants must be a Junior in high school playing a competitive team sport. Visit the website to learn more about eligibility.

Now accepting applications and nominations

Do you have what it takes or know someone who does? Nominate & Apply Today

The application deadline is January 31, 2018.

 

Learn More & Apply

 

 

Presented by the United States Marine Corps

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Warriors News · Layer like a champ for Winter Sports – Presented by 37.5® Technology


Chilly temperatures are coming. And if you’re an athlete gearing up for the Winter Sports season, or one who just likes to get outside to stay active, layering up is an important part of performing at your peak. Here’s how to do it like a champ with products that use our patented 37.5 Technology:

Base-layers

These are layers that sit next to your skin. They’re normally tighter than others, and are meant to be comfortable while helping your body maintain its ideal body temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius (99.5°F) while working out. Not only does this layer help thermoregulate, it should trap odors and release them in the wash.

A few of our favorite base-layers for snow sports include Rab’s Merino+, which has a great variety of colors to show off your school spirit. We also love First Lite’s merino wool neck gaiter that helps cover your neck from the cold wind.

Mid-layers

Mid-layers assist with heat-retention and breathability. They’re often one of the most stylish layers too. On slightly warmer days during the Winter, or in the Southern states, this is as far as some athletes need to go. For this layer, we love the Adidas Terrex Stockhorn Jacket. It’s durable, insulated, and super light. The color choices are great too.

Outerwear

Outer layers are waterproof, breathable shells that are meant to keep out rain, wind, and snow while still keeping your body dry by pushing moisture from the inside out. Layered with base and mid-layers, the goal is to find outerwear that breathes exceptionally well, too.

Nitro Snowboarding’s Alagna Jacket is a 3.5 layer waterproof bomber jacket built with 37.5 technology that can handle anything, from powder days to rainy camping trips. Ride Outerwear’s Alki Pant is perfect for your lower half and is ideal for skiers or snowboarders alike. Another Ride Outerwear product, the Pinehurst Jacket is insulated, and perfect for colder days, although still ideal for layering.

Power up your performance with layering

Done right, a good layering system will work with each other to keep you dry, comfortable and maintained at its ideal active 37.5 degrees, so you can take your performance to the next level no matter how cold it is outside. For other suggestions of our favorite layers, check out our full list of brand partners at http://thirtysevenfive.com/partners/.

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Warriors News · Event Recap: Week of October 21 – October 27


Saturday, Oct 21st

No event results

Sunday, Oct 22nd

No event results

Monday, Oct 23rd

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 24th

Girls Sophomore Volleyball
vs. Syracuse High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
vs. Syracuse High School
N/A

Wednesday, Oct 25th

No event results

Thursday, Oct 26th

Girls Sophomore Volleyball
@ Northridge High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Northridge High School
N/A

Friday, Oct 27th

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Riverton High School
N/A

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Warriors News · Where’s Utah’s Toughest Place to Play? – Presented by VNN


Last month we asked our network to share the places in their state that they thought were the toughest to visit. Nearly 500 stadiums, gyms, pools, and courses were nominated, and now it’s time to crown a winner.

Where’s Utah’s Toughest Place to Play?

Voters are eligible to vote once per day.

Where’s Utah’s Toughest Place to Play?

Judge Memorial HS Gym – Home of the Judge Memorial Bulldogs
Skyridge HS Field – Home of the Skyridge Falcons
Mountain View HS Field – Home of the Mountain View Bruins
Maple Mountain Stadium – Home of the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles
Springville HS Soccer Field – Home of the Springville Red Devils
Alta HS Soccer Field – Home of the Alta Hawks
Weber HS Soccer Field – Home of the Weber Warriors
Ron Thorne Stadium – Home of the Bingham Miners
Kearns HS Stadium – Home of the Kearns Cougars
Olympus HS Gym – Home of the Olympus Titans
Copper Hills HS Gym – Home of the Copper Hills Grizzlies
Herriman HS Field – Home of the Herriman Mustangs
Lehi HS Stadium – Home of the Lehi Pioneers
Fremont HS Field – Home of the Fremont Silverwolves
Box Elder HS Gym – Home of the Box Elder Bees
Dozier Field – Home of the Park City Miners
Ridgeline Stadium – Home of the Ridgeline Riverhawks
Soldier Hallow Olympic Park Cross Country Course – Home of the Wasatch High Wasps
Wright-Tree Stadium – Home of the Wasatch Wasps

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Winning locations will be entered into our Regional and National Contest to come at a later date!

Presented by VNN


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Multiple Teams · Link to Post Season XC Video


Here is a link to our post season video made by Jacob Lee.  Thanks Jake:

2017 XC Post Season Video

 

Here is a link to a video that shows highlights from Talon Hull’s Senior year.  Thanks again Jake:

Talon Hull Senior Highlights

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Warriors News · Event Recap: Week of October 14 – October 20


Saturday, Oct 14th

No event results

Sunday, Oct 15th

No event results

Monday, Oct 16th

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 17th

Boys Junior Varsity Football
@ Lone Peak High School
N/A
Boys Sophomore Football
vs. Lone Peak High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Fremont High School
N/A

Wednesday, Oct 18th

Boys Varsity Cross Country
TBD
N/A
Girls Varsity Cross Country
TBD
N/A

Thursday, Oct 19th

No event results

Friday, Oct 20th

No event results

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Warriors News · Event Recap: Week of October 7 – October 13


Saturday, Oct 7th

No event results

Sunday, Oct 8th

No event results

Monday, Oct 9th

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 10th

No event results

Wednesday, Oct 11th

No event results

Thursday, Oct 12th

Boys Sophomore Football
vs. Layton High School
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football
@ Layton High School
N/A

Friday, Oct 13th

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Layton High School
N/A

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