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Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Manti no match for top-seeded Cowboys

The Grantsville girls basketball team has state-championship aspirations, but the Cowboys couldn’t start thinking about those until they took care of the first step in their postseason journey Friday afternoon in Heber City. Grantsville took care of...

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Playoffs mean it’s time to turn up the intensity

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Playoffs mean it’s time to turn up the intensity

After nearly three grueling months of practices, preseason games and region play, the real season — the one that means everything — is finally here. And if this past weekend’s opening-round games of the Class 3A state...

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Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Seniors step up for Stansbury

With the score tied after three quarters and points coming at a premium, Stansbury seniors Tavita Gagnier, Drake Schlappi and Josh Jenkins gathered their teammates together to deliver a bit of a pep talk. Whatever they said...

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Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Stallions take down Region 11’s top team

With home-court advantage still hanging in the balance, the Stansbury girls basketball team came into its Senior Night game on Tuesday desperate for a victory. Thanks to a rock-solid defensive effort, plus a perfect 17-for-17 mark from...

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Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Cowboys open tournament against struggling Templars

The Grantsville girls basketball team couldn’t have played much better down the stretch, winning its final six games of the regular season by an average of nearly 19 points per outing. As a result, the Cowboys (16-5,...

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Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Herrera finally wins elusive state title

When Anthony Herrera first started working with Stansbury wrestling coach Tyson Linnell as an eighth-grader, he didn’t look like much of a wrestler at all to his coach, let alone one who would go on to become...

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Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Two for two — for two

For one Grantsville swimmer, Thursday’s Class 3A state swim meet served as a coronation four years in the making. For another, it was a glimpse into the future for what the next few years may hold. But,...

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Hard work really does pay off big

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Hard work really does pay off big

There’s nothing easy about being a high-level high school athlete. It takes countless hours of hard work to separate yourself from the rest of the pack, trying to gain the slightest little edge over your opponent. It’s...

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Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Bunn brings Buffs a big win

The sequel often has a hard time measuring up to the original, but Wednesday night’s boys basketball rivalry showdown between Stansbury and Tooele was certainly an exception. After blowing a nine-point lead in the teams’ first meeting...

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Thursday, February 8th, 2018

State swimming titles at stake this weekend

Months of hard work will culminate in this weekend’s high school state swim championships, with two of Tooele County’s top swimmers heavily favored to bring home individual state titles. Grantsville senior Savannah Thomas and freshman Hadlee Begay...

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