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image Grantsville’s Nick Arbon stands on first base against Delta on March 8 in St. George. Grantsville defeated Delta 9-0 and won four out of five games played during the weekend.

March 11, 2014
Cowboy baseball piles on wins

The Grantsville Cowboys showed their brawn with four wins in St. George at the Panther-Tiger Classic.

The Cowboys shook off any rust they had after getting walloped by Park City on March 3, and they came out with three straight wins in games at Pine View High School.

They opened with a 4-3 win against host Pine View. Wyatt Barrus pitched Grantsville to victory. He shut down Pine View’s bats in the first three innings, while Grantsville got its own offense to score all four of its runs.

Grantsville won its second game Friday 7-5 against the Union Cougars.

The Cowboys then woke up bright and early Saturday morning for a game against the Delta Rabbits, and were plenty awake to trounce the Rabbits 9-0.

Grantsville rounded out the day with a 12-4 loss to host Pine View, but then it bounced back immediately against the Hurricane Tigers. The Cowboys defeated the Tigers 17-7.

The Cowboys next play a doubleheader Saturday on the road at Davis High School. The first game starts at 11 a.m. with the second game to follow immediately afterwards.


Richard Briggs

Community News Editor at Tooele Transcript Bulletin
Richard Briggs is community news editor, sports writer and copy editor for the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin. Born in San Diego and raised in St. George, Briggs graduated with a degree in communications from Dixie State College in 2012. While there he worked three years for the college’s newspaper, the Dixie Sun, as a sports writer and sports editor. During his senior year, he was editor in chief. Briggs also is a 2005 graduate from Snow Canyon High School. From 2006 to 2008 he served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints in Kentucky. As community news editor, Briggs writes, edits and manages editorial and photographic content for the Transcript-Bulletin’s inside pages and sections, including Hometown and Bulletin Board.

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