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Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Bins gives Buffs last-second win

It took some last-second heroics, but Tooele earned its second win of the season on Wednesday with a 56-54 win over Morgan. Tooele senior guard McKay Pollmann found junior guard Jeno Bins diving to the left block...

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Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Grantsville wins second straight

With a 51-41 win over Lehi on Tuesday, the Grantsville girls basketball team is undefeated through the first two games of the season. “I think we’re going to surprise some people. I think we’re going to be...

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UHSAA releases new regions for 2017-19 seasons

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

UHSAA releases new regions for 2017-19 seasons

With the latest realignment set forth by the Utah High School Activities Association, Grantsville will no longer be in the same region as county rivals Tooele and Stansbury. The Cowboys won’t even be in the same classification....

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SHS beats Bears at buzzer with young talent

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

SHS beats Bears at buzzer with young talent

The Stansbury girls basketball team may lack experience, but the Stallions also don’t have much in the way of fear. A pair of underclassmen combined for the game-winning points Tuesday night in Garland, as sophomore guard Mia...

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Cowboys set to host dual tournament

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Cowboys set to host dual tournament

The 2016-17 high school wrestling season is set to get under way this week with the first of three tournaments hosted by Tooele County schools taking place Saturday in Grantsville. Grantsville’s annual dual-meet tournament will feature squads...

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Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Stansbury beats Ogden in close season opener

Senior guard Deanna Castillo and junior forward Sienna Riggle combined for 25 points as Stansbury beat Ogden 51-44 on Wednesday night to open the season. Ogden, a team that lost to Roy by one in the Tigers’...

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Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Grantsville’s girls making strides

It seems almost hard to believe Wednesday night’s 70-23 blowout of Ben Lomond was a decently competitive game during the first half of the season opener at Grantsville High School. Grantsville won the third quarter 18-5, but...

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Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

GHS endures late comeback

It may not have looked exactly how head coach Bryan Detweiler wanted it to, but Grantsville picked up a 47-44 win over North Summit in the season opener on Tuesday. “I would put the fundamentals at a...

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Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Stallions drop home opener to Soaring Eagle

Tuesday night’s 76-53 loss to Juan Diego wasn’t the way the Stansbury boys basketball team wanted to open its 2016-17 season, but one preseason game won’t define the Stallions’ season going forward. In their first season under...

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Tooele loses by 30 in first step to replacing all-stars

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Tooele loses by 30 in first step to replacing all-stars

  To say the Tooele boys basketball team has a tall task in replacing graduated seniors Ace Hymas and Connor Searle doesn’t quite describe it. That phrase doesn’t even come close to mentioning how important those two...

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