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Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Bears roll into state tourney

American Legion baseball’s triumphant return to Tooele County has been a smashing success this season, both on and off the field. The hometown Tooele County Bears wrapped up a stellar regular season Wednesday night at Dow James...

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Bees’ home woes continue against Sacramento

Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Bees’ home woes continue against Sacramento

The Salt Lake Bees’ season continues to go in the wrong direction, dropping them 17 games out of first place in the Pacific Southern Division and only three games ahead of Memphis for last place in the...

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Former Jazz coach Sloan’s legacy larger than life

Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Former Jazz coach Sloan’s legacy larger than life

Within the past couple days, it has been revealed that legendary former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan’s condition is worsening. Salt Lake Tribune columnist Gordon Monson gave us the bad news in his column Wednesday. Sloan, who...

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Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Stallions’ strong summer ends

The Stansbury baseball team had one of the youngest rosters in the American Legion 17U tournament last week, and injuries further depleted the Stallions’ depth. It was a situation that could have given Stansbury a convenient excuse...

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Jazz wrap up summer-league play in Vegas

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Jazz wrap up summer-league play in Vegas

The Utah Jazz went 2-3 during the annual NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, ending their trip to Sin City with back-to-back losses to Charlotte and Houston on Thursday and Saturday. However, the summer league was less...

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Bees lose four of five after All-Star break

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Bees lose four of five after All-Star break

The Triple-A All-Star Break did nothing to help the struggling Salt Lake Bees, who have now lost eight of their past 10 games to fall into last place in the Pacific Southern Division. Salt Lake (40-54), tied...

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This summer will be over before you know it

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

This summer will be over before you know it

The 2019-20 high school sports season is just around the corner. Yeah, I know it’s still July, but I’m serious — it really is almost here. The first day of golf practice is next Monday. A week...

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Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Stansbury sweeps Timpanogos

The Stansbury baseball team has turned to a younger lineup for this summer’s American Legion season, hoping to improve its depth for next spring. The young Stallions aren’t just gaining valuable varsity-level experience — they’re winning some...

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Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Cowboys beat Granger in final summer game

Grantsville baseball coach Aaron Perkins used the summer to experiment with his lineup, putting players in new positions as the Cowboys will try to win a third consecutive region championship next spring. That versatility helped Grantsville top...

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Jazz rookies form strong bond in Summer League

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Jazz rookies form strong bond in Summer League

The Utah Jazz didn’t have a first-round selection in last month’s NBA Draft, leaving them with a Summer League roster made mostly of second-round picks, G-League veterans and undrafted free agents. Those second-round picks — Miye Oni,...

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