A diverse assemblage of Middle Cambrian sponges, recently collected from the Wheeler and Marjum Formations of western Millard County, Utah, includes a variety of demosponges and hexactinellids. This collection includes the verongiid Vauxia bellula Walcott, 1920, and the protomonaxonids Choia carteri and Choia ridleyi Walcott, 1920, Hamptonia bowerbanki Walcott, 1920, and Hamptonia parva n. sp. Hexactinellids in the collection include the reticulosid protospongioids Diagoniella hindei Walcott, 1920, and Diagoniella magna n. sp.; the dierespongioid hydnodictyid Valospongia? gigantus Rigby, 1973; and the hintzespongioid Hintzespongia bilamina Rigby and Gutschick, 1976. A specimen of the problematic Sentinelia? draco Walcott, 1920, is also documented as part of the collection.