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Gillespie, Tooele’s greatest fan, calls it a game after 95 years

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Gillespie, Tooele’s greatest fan, calls it a game after 95 years

I’ve lived in Tooele County for more than 15 years now. Yes, I know that’s nothing compared to most of you. But it’s long enough to recognize a true Tooele County sports fan when I see one,...

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Lamb is key ingredient in Sitake’s recipe at BYU

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

Lamb is key ingredient in Sitake’s recipe at BYU

While the college football season ended last night with an Alabama national championship, Brigham Young University and Southern Utah University are still making more turnovers than a bakery. I’m not talking about fumbles and interceptions, although BYU...

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Best of the West wrestling tournament a true test for grapplers

Thursday, January 7th, 2016

Best of the West wrestling tournament a true test for grapplers

For a program that considers itself to be among Utah’s elite, there would seem to be no better test for the Tooele wrestling team than hosting a tournament titled “Best of the West.” The list of teams...

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Like the Flints, I know too well how it is to have a parent as a coach

Tuesday, December 29th, 2015

Like the Flints, I know too well how it is to have a parent as a coach

Being the coach’s son can be difficult. It’s something I’m sure is fairly common in the still-rural areas in Tooele County, but I’m not sure that makes it any easier. When I interviewed the Flints for the...

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Inconsistency plagues Jazz through first third of season

Tuesday, December 29th, 2015

Inconsistency plagues Jazz through first third of season

This was supposed to be the year that the Jazz turned the corner. They were supposed to take the next step to become playoff contenders. While the Jazz currently find themselves in the thick of the race...

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Gift-giving in the Stucki household is just a matter of priorities

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

Gift-giving in the Stucki household is just a matter of priorities

Truthfully, I’ve been looking forward to Episode VII’s premiere more than I have to the first December holiday with my new wife. Priorities. I’ll not give away any movie spoilers, but now that I’ve seen the film...

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Remember the time I tried to be neutral watching basketball?

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

Remember the time I tried to be neutral watching basketball?

I’ve written it a few times in various other blog-posts-turned-columns in the Transcript’s sports section: sports time is all-but synonymous with family time in the Stucki household. Even when it comes on the clock. Following the Grantsville...

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Bronco Mendenhall turns Cavalier, calls it quits at BYU

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Bronco Mendenhall turns Cavalier, calls it quits at BYU

While BYU fans across the nation were trying to guess who BYU was going to play in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl, head coach Bronco Mendenhall was cutting a deal with the University of Virginia. As...

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Old region rematch set for boys in Game of the Week

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Old region rematch set for boys in Game of the Week

For the second time in a week, a pair of old region rivals will meet in Garland as the Stansbury boys basketball team is set to meet Bear River. The Stallions, who dropped to 1-4 on the...

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Let’s be thankful for sacrifices prep athletes make for the team

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Let’s be thankful for sacrifices prep athletes make for the team

While talking to Tooele wrestling coach Gary Coffman earlier this week, the reigning Class 3A Coach of the Year brought up an interesting point about what makes his sport different from many others. When it comes to...

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