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Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Cowboys fall to Providence Hall in season soccer opener

Judging by Wednesday’s 3-2 home loss to Providence Hall in the season opener, Grantsville is going to have a tough time replacing last season’s nine senior starters. “We knew we were going to have trouble this first...

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Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Two GHS seniors to play JC basketball

Two Grantsville basketball seniors signed on to play at the next level Monday at Grantsville High School. Senior center Abby Butler signed a NJCAA Letter of Intent/Scholarship agreement to play at Utah State University Eastern, just before...

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Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Junior college signings are a symbol of Vera’s success with Grantsville

The Grantsville girls basketball program has come a long way. Before head coach Megan Vera took the helm for her first season, the Cowboys had a perfectly awful season, losing all 22 games. When Vera got her...

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Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

Reflecting on a championship

On Saturday, Feb. 29, 1992, the Tooele girls basketball team trounced Pine View View 66-36 in the Class 3A state championship. Then-coach Susan Rydalch, after winning it all in her 12th season at the helm at Tooele,...

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Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

Grantsville seniors line All-County girls basketball team

The 2016-17 basketball campaigns for the Grantsville, Stansbury and Tooele girls basketball teams were highlighted by this season’s rise to power for Cowboy basketball. Going into the Class 3A playoffs, Grantsville boasted a trio of seniors who...

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Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

Webber given White-Kimber Award

Forward Emily Webber was integral to Tooele’s season. The junior averaged more than 15 points per game and was recently named to the Tooele Transcript Bulletin All-County Team and the All-Region 10 Second-Team. In head coach Randy...

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Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

GHS legend honored by UHSAA

Don Wayne Nelson has been around high school sports for a long time. The tennis-coaching legend was inducted into the Utah High School Activities Association’s Circle of Fame during halftime of the Class 3A boys basketball championship...

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No playoff experience won’t be an issue now

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

No playoff experience won’t be an issue now

It’s not exactly easy playing in a college arena if you’ve never done it before. Watching the two Grantsville games Thursday and Friday against Morgan and Cedar, it was obvious which teams had tournament experience. Even easier...

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Stansbury falls to Canyon View in fifth-place game

Saturday, February 25th, 2017

Stansbury falls to Canyon View in fifth-place game

Stansbury closed its 2016-17 campaign with a 54-44 loss to Canyon View in the fifth-place game of the Class 3A state playoffs Saturday at Logan High School. Canyon View junior guard Brantzen Blackner scored a game-high 27...

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Grantsville stumped by Cedar perimeter pressure

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Grantsville stumped by Cedar perimeter pressure

Grantsville did a little better job of managing the state-tournament jitters Friday, but fell out of the consolation bracket of the Class 3A state tournament with the 59-48 loss to Cedar at Utah State University’s Dee Glen...

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