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Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

This one’s for you, Dad

Stansbury junior Danny Khoundet is among the top 138-pounders in Class 4A, and he has the tournament titles to show for it. But there’s one tournament in particular that means more than any other to him: the...

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Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Seniors lead Stallions to win over Cowboys

What a difference a week made for the Stansbury girls basketball team. A mere seven days after a lackluster effort led to a blowout loss against Olympus, the Stallions showed what they are truly capable of, putting...

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Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Cowboys corral rival Buffaloes

The Grantsville girls basketball team is among the favorites to compete for the Class 3A state championship this season, and even on a night when they weren’t at their best, the Cowboys showed a few reasons why...

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Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Payson’s hot shooting spells doom for SHS

It has been a difficult preseason for the Stansbury boys basketball team, but the Stallions are staying positive despite four straight losses. The Stallions lost 59-47 to Payson on Wednesday night at home as the visiting Lions...

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Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

SHS can’t tame Titans

Stansbury girls basketball coach Kenzie Newton knew her team was in for a challenging preseason, but it wasn’t the fact that the Stallions lost 53-36 to Olympus on Thursday night at home that had her frustrated afterward....

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Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Boys teams travel to Richfield for Preview

The boys basketball teams from Tooele, Stansbury and Grantsville all hit the road this past weekend to take part in the annual Central Utah Boys Basketball Preview, a two-day event that brings some of the top teams...

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Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Bears shoot past Stallions

Cold shooting and turnovers will derail any basketball team’s hopes of winning, particularly against a talented opponent. Such was the case for the Stansbury boys on Wednesday night, who saw their home opener spoiled by a 67-39...

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Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Cavender wins pro MMA debut by TKO

Zac Cavender has been training under Keith Azbury at the Tooele Martial Arts Academy for years, hoping someday not only to become a professional mixed martial arts fighter, but to thrive at it. That dream came true...

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Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

GHS girls chase first state title

The Grantsville girls basketball team made history last season, finishing third at the Class 3A state tournament this past February to represent the Cowboys’ highest finish at a state tournament in program history. But with most of...

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Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

Tooele can’t tame Wolves

Through three quarters, the Tooele girls basketball team found itself locked in a tight battle with a talented Green Canyon squad, trailing by just three points. However, the visiting Wolves found another gear over the final eight...

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