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Olympus High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Timpview High School 2-0

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 4:00 PM Timpview High School AWAY 0 Olympus High School HOME 2 Game Recap Adam Naylor and Abram Gubler each put one away as the Titans won their first round game against Timpview. Luke Johnson with the shutout. Din Huremovic with an assist Box Scores 1 2 Timpview – – Olympus

Olympus High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Hillcrest High School 3-1

Friday, May 5, 2017 3:30 PM Olympus High School AWAY 3 Hillcrest High School HOME 1 Game Recap Din Huremovic, Tony Foulger and Adam Naylor each had a goal in the second half as the Titans beat Hillcrest. Assists: Adam Naylor (2) Din Huremovic Box Scores 1 2 Olympus – 3 Hillcrest 1 –

Olympus High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Granger High School 3-0

Friday, March 10, 2017 3:30 PM Granger High School AWAY 0 Olympus High School HOME 3 Game Recap Din Huremovic, Tony Foulger and Nelson Nduwimana each scored a goal and Sam Gardiner and Tony Foulger each had an assist as the Titans beat Granger 3-0 at home. Box Scores 1 2 Granger – – Olympus

Support Titan Soccer in the Playoffs!

Despite a number of injuries during the season, the Titan boys finished a strong third in the region and advanced to the playoffs.  Their first-round opponent is Wasatch.  Support the team and enjoy a beautiful drive to Heber Valley on Wednesday, May 18th and help take away our opponents’ home pitch advantage.  The game is at

Titans Prevail Over Skyline

The Varsity boys defeated the Eagles in extra time yesterday on Skyline’s turf (a difficult place to play, with a short pitch that forces opposing fans to intermingle more than some would consider prudent), courtesy of goals by standout sophomore Tony Foulger and freshman Din Huremovic, both of which came on penalty kicks, but at the cost of