Kaysville Utah Sports
The Alliance for a Better Utah is calling for Kaysville Mayor Katie Witt to resign after she opened the city on May 30 with a free open-air concert for activists who oppose the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dave Freed started a junior tennis program in his home state in 1956 and thousands of aspiring players came up with the idea to enjoy the game. He won six Mountain State Conference titles, won countless Intermountain West tennis titles and won the National Senior Singles title at the famous Forest Hills High School in Utah as well as the US Open and Wimbledon. I had the honor of playing for the men's tennis team at Utah State University and the women's team at the University of Utah.
He won all events at Utah State and triumphed in the round robin tournaments. Sports journalists from across the nation paid tribute to his achievements by making him one of their own Top 10 quarterbacks. He also coached the men's and women's basketball teams of Utes and the football team. Arnie was named to the All-Pac-12 first team for the 2012-13 season, the first time in program history they beat Dartmouth and beat NIT champion St. John's in their last game.
Huntsville native attended Utah State, but transferred to Brigham Young University in 1928 and became the Cougars' third head coach to set a 44-31-6 record in his nine-year career. He coached his alma mater, the University of Utah, for four years before moving to BYU, where he coached BYU basketball.
He was captain of the University of Southern California team and became Utah's first All-America pitcher in this year's MVP tournament. He joined the BYU coaching staff in 1947 and took a head coaching job in basketball in 1949, but found his way to Kansas State University, where he led three Conference champions and led the Wildcats to the Final Four in 1948 and 1951. In 1952, he led the team to its first ever NCAA tournament, and in 1952, he even finished third. He won 10 Metro titles in 16 years, was on six state championship teams and had excellent school degrees.
In 1969, he was elected president of the Football Writers Association of America and inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. He was honored by Sports Illustrated as a Silver Jubilee All-American and is proud to have been the first sitting president ever to personally present the National Football League title to the University of Texas at Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The meteor was a streamlined car that Jenkins drove during his time as a member of the University of Utah football team in the 1950s and 1960s. Linn was the team's first football coach and the first head coach in the first four years of his career.
In 1948, he became a sports pundit for the Salt Lake Tribune, writing up to six columns a week. He was named an All-American by the Helms Foundation and was admitted to the Newspaper Enterprise Association in 1934. He was a member of both the National Press Club and the American Society of Newspaper Editors. He has also been the editor-in-chief of newspapers in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., and is the author of more than 100 books on sports and other topics.
He signed a major league contract in 1923 and played 180 games in the Big League, starting with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1924. He was a catcher in 188 league games and was on the pennant-winning Giants team of 1924 and 1925. In 1926, he played in 11 games for the New York Giants as a hitter in the World Series. After a stint in the service, she founded her own newspaper, the Salt Lake Tribune, which she ran with her husband.
He was named to Christy Walsh's All-American team and played in the East-West Shrine in 1937. In 1970 he was president of the National Basketball Coaches of America and was inducted into the Utah State Basketball Hall of Fame in 1997. She is a member of the Ogden Bowling Hall and Fame and was born on July 1, 1884 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of John and Mary Ann Walsh.
He was the Utes' head baseball coach for 21 seasons and was honored for meritorious service by the American Baseball Coaches Association. He was assistant football coach for 15 years and coached the Ute Ski team to two NCAA championships.
He was captain of the football teams of 1920 and 1921 and received three first-team All-Pac-12 honors in his three seasons as a member of both teams.
The outstanding footballer, basketball player, athletics player and wrestler, who would amass 10 letters as Aggie, has carved out his own niche as a football and basketball coach. He coached at Jordan High, where his team won the Southwest title, and then launched a career in many different sports. The 1.98 m tall athlete found time in the classroom to become a decathlete and won the AAU decathlon crown in San Francisco in 1916 with 500 points. One year in 1919 he spent as a football coach at Davis High School and the following year he coached basketball at the University of Utah.