MountainStar Healthcare Star Athletes of Week 34

Baseball

Wyatt Hudgens, Park City (Sr.)

The Miners have swept their first three Region 11 series this season, and the contributions of this senior are a big reason why.

Last Wednesday in the final game of the Tooele series, Hudgens struck out seven batters and only allowed two hits as he led Park City to the 3-0 victory.

“Wyatt had a great outing against Tooele to continue his success in region play. After the seventh-inning, two-hit shutout this week, he has pitched 18 Region 11 innings and given up only two earned runs. Wyatt is an intense competitor, and his success so far this year is no surprise,” said Park City coach David Feasler.

Hudgens is 5-0 this season with one save and a 1.39 ERA in 30 innings pitched.

Park City is 9-0 in region play and 12-4 overall.

Girls Track

Julia Hunt, Cedar (Sr.)

Julia Hunt enjoyed a terrific meet at the Desert Hills Invitational last Friday.

The junior won the long jump, finished second in the 100 meters and third in the 200 meters.

She jumped 18’03.50 in the long jump, the best in the state this high school season.

“Julia has such a strong work ethic, both on and off the track. She is always seeking ways to improve and with the fine tuning she has done, she has had great performances so far this season. We are excited to see what will come in the next few weeks as we get ready for the state meet,” said Cedar coach James Davidson.

Hunt finished second in the 100 meters to Jaslyn Gardner, but her time of 12.48 is the second-best this season. Her time of 25.98 in the 200 meters is a top 10 time this season as well.

Softball

Mia Cullimore, Davis (Sr.) – MUG Coming

Davis had just one game last week because of Mother Nature, but Mia Cullimore made sure it was a successful one.

Cullimore was on the mound as Davis beat Syracuse 6-1 in a Region 1 game, improving the Darts record to 4-0 in region play. Cullimore also had two RBI.

“Mia is a four-year varsity starter. Each year she has had a different role on the team and has worked to fulfill that role. She has embraced her role as a team leader and helped to raise the level of play for her teammates. She loves playing the game and competing every day,” said coach Mylei Zachman

Cullimore is batting .363 for the season with 15 RBI.

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Source:: Deseret News – Sports News

      

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