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Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Buffs say key to season is selflessness on court

The Tooele girls basketball program hasn’t had much success on the court in recent seasons, including a 6-17 mark last season. But with a strong group of seven seniors, as well as the return of four starters...

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Kaelin Clay wasn’t about to make that mistake against Stanford

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Kaelin Clay wasn’t about to make that mistake against Stanford

It’s amazing the difference a week can make. Two Saturdays ago, Utah senior wide receiver Kaelin Clay was a pariah — the man who forever would be known as the one who turned a would-be 79-yard touchdown...

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When community feels more like a family

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

When community feels more like a family

I’m finally home. It took me almost a decade to figure out where “home” really is, but I think I’ve finally found it. Like many youngsters who grew up in rural Utah, the 22-year-old version of me...

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Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Cowboys reload, hire new B-ball coach

After years of struggling, Grantsville’s boys basketball program experienced a renaissance of sorts in 2013-14, posting an impressive 18-4 overall record and capturing the Region 11 title before falling in the first round of the state tournament...

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Stansbury seniors helped build legacy on football field

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Stansbury seniors helped build legacy on football field

The end of a season never is an easy thing to face. It’s particularly difficult when it ends in disappointing fashion, as it did for the Stansbury football team last Friday, when the Stallions saw a 28-point...

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Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Misery and missed opportunities

For the first 35 minutes and 58 seconds of Friday’s Class 3AA quarterfinal football game, things couldn’t have gone better for the Stansbury Stallions. It was a completely different story during the final 12:02. The Stallions saw...

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Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Fullback Stice flying under the radar

For the first part of his senior season, Stansbury’s Landon Stice and his 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame lined up at tight end for the Stallions. But since coach Clint Christiansen decided to move his senior star to fullback,...

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