Category: Youth

posts related to youth ultimate, such as middle school and all-ages clinics, etc

High School Mixed States Announced

High School Mixed States
November 10-11, 2017
Legacy Events Center

151 South 1100 West
Farmington, UT

Teams: More info found here

16 teams will compete this fall for Utah Ultimate’s High School Mixed State Championship. The full schedule and teams of this USA Ultimate Sanctioned Championship can be found at: USA Ultimate Event

U15 Tryouts

Utah’s Swarm Jr. Tryouts

Open tryouts for Utahs new U15 team will take place over the next 2 Saturdays. Boys and Girls 14 years and younger are welcome to tryout.

Saturday, August 12, 2017
Sunset View Elementary, field 4 (NE corner)
1520 W 600 South
Provo, UT 84601

Saturday August 19, 2017
Sugarhouse Park, central field
1400 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84106

First Tournament: Spokane, Washington
November 4-5, 2017
Tourney info:
Players will have to be 14yr old or younger in 2017
This tournament does require Sunday play.
Practices will occur 1-2x week in the fall.
Register at this web site to sign up for tryouts, if you haven’t already.


John Selfridge
Joel Dehlin

High School Regions and States

On Friday and Saturday, May 12th-13th, 2017, 24 boys open high school ultimate frisbee teams will compete for a chance to play at the state championships.  Those teams will play at either the UUDA North Region Tournament or the UUDA South Region Tournament, based on the location of the school.  The North Region Tournament will take place at the Weber County Fairgrounds in Ogden, UT and the South Region will be played at Pleasant Grove Junior High in Pleasant Grove, UT.  The top 4 teams from each region will advance to the Boys Utah High School State Championship on May 19th-20th. Follow the links above to see schedule and results of each tournament.

The Boys and Girls High School State Championships will take place at Legacy Events Center in Farmington, UT, with the Finals of both divisions being played in the stadium at Corner Canyon High School, in Draper, UT starting at 5:30pm on Saturday, May 20th. Admission to all events is FREE.

Girls State Wrap-up

Day One: of the Girls State Championships got off to an electrifying start on Friday afternoon — quite literally! Pool play games were delayed until 4:30pm due to lightening in the area. However, this delay did not affect the level of play from all 8 high school teams from across the state of Utah (which grew from 4 teams last year). Teams traveled from Logan and Cedar City to compete in the state’s second annual championship.

Day Two: brought overcast skies and rain all day. Again, these female ultimate athletes powered through adverse weather conditions and amazing plays were made during the Championship bracket games. The finals pitted the top-seeded Lone Peak High School team against the overall fourth-seeded Salt Lake City Gorillaz, a team comprised of multiple high schools in the Salt Lake area. The finals was a hard-fought battle with both teams displaying expert defense and smart offensive plays. The game continued until a time cap was called, just as the rain was tapering off. Final score was Lone Peak 15, Gorillaz 11. Lone Peak High School was named Girl’s State Ultimate Champion for the second year in a row.

To get a full recap of scores, visit USAU here

Tournament Bracket PDF