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Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Aquatic Center launches youth water polo program

Water polo coach Sam Cox hoped to create a youth water polo program at the Leigh Pratt Aquatic Center, but it wasn’t until pool manager Josh DeCola gave the go-ahead that it finally came to fruition. Sixty-eight...

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Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Optimism abounds for Buffs in 2020

The Tooele football team posted a 4-7 record in coach Andru Jones’ first season in charge in 2019, recording its third losing season in a row. However, the Buffaloes are in a position to change their fortunes...

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Proper precautions can save our sports seasons

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Proper precautions can save our sports seasons

I know we’re all eager to get back to watching games and going to events, bringing a sense of normalcy to a world that has been anything but. However, we all need to remember that things aren’t normal...

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Jazz resume the strangest NBA season ever

Thursday, July 30th, 2020

Jazz resume the strangest NBA season ever

Utah Jazz fans are used to having NBA championship hopes in July, but they’re not accustomed to seeing their team actually pursue that goal during the heat of summer. Such is life in 2020, a year when...

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Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

They’re back: High school sports practices begin

After four months of uncertainty, local high school athletes got a much-needed dose of normalcy Monday morning. Monday marked the first official day of practices for the upcoming high school football, girls soccer, girls tennis and cross...

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Stallions wrap up Legion season with fourth-place finish

Thursday, July 23rd, 2020

Stallions wrap up Legion season with fourth-place finish

The Stansbury baseball team had a summer to remember in American Legion play, winning the Diamond Classic and region championships before finishing fourth in the 19U state tournament. The Stallions’ state-tourney run came to a close Tuesday...

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Do we really have to wait until next spring?

Thursday, July 23rd, 2020

Do we really have to wait until next spring?

After seeing the spring high school sports season wiped out, the return of baseball over the past month and a half has been a welcome sight around these parts. It felt like something had been taken away...

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Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

Stallions stay alive in Legion tourney

The Stansbury baseball team isn’t fazed by pressure. That much was obvious after Monday afternoon’s 10-7 win over Pine View in the one-loss bracket of the American Legion 19U state tournament at Juan Diego Catholic High School...

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Cowboys clinch championship berth

Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

Cowboys clinch championship berth

The Grantsville baseball team picked one heck of a time to put together its best game of the summer. On Monday night in Holladay, the Cowboys combined timely hitting with excellent pitching to dismantle Class 6A powerhouse...

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Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

Tooele County filled with college talent

Editor’s note: If any athletes who signed to play college sports are missing from this list, contact Sports Editor Darren Vaughan at dvaughan@tooeletranscript.com or (435) 882-0050, ext. 5123. At least 23 just-graduated student-athletes from across Tooele County...

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