Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

April 17, 2014
Sports Wrap – April 17, 2014

Stansbury tennis

The Stallions’ first doubles team of Tad Mitchell and Carlos Gomez prevailed over Ben Lomond in three sets Tuesday to help preserve a 5-0 sweep for the boys tennis team. Mitchell and Gomez won 6-3, 5-7, 6-2. Logan McBride won at first singles 6-0, 6-1. Jake Hardy won at second singles 6-0, 6-0. Dakota Fidler won at third singles 6-2, 6-2. The second doubles team of Alex Kimberling and Jordan Jenkins won 6-3, 6-1. Stansbury hosts Grantsville on Thursday.

Tooele tennis

Tooele defeated Cyprus 5-0 in tennis on Tuesday. Ivan Gonzales defeated Charles Mills 6-0, 6-2, Jacob Vanderwerken defeated Sam Goble 6-3, 7-6 (7-2), and Jacob Nielson defeated Cyle Karhonen 6-0, 6-1. Brandon Colledge and Braden Richter defeated Ethan Loertscher and Braden Warner 6-2, 6-3. Josh Orton and Spencer Hahne defeated Dominic Stout and Skyler Oswald 6-3, 6-2. Tooele hosts Ben Lomond on Thursday.

Region 11 girls golf

The Stansbury girls golf team is now tied with Tooele in Region 11 standings with 18 points each after last Thursday’s round hosted by Ben Lomond. Bear River leads the standings with 24 points with Grantsville and Ben Lomond tied for fourth with seven points each. Leading the way for Stansbury was Shyan Adams with 90, Star Martin 91, Emmi Gertson 98, Hannah Pollock 102 and Daria Ottoson 102. Tooele’s Paige Christensen shot another excellent round with an 87. Tanessa Cattrell shot 93, Zoie Shellenberge 106 and Sydney Simmons 107. Top two scores for Grantsville were Val Ortiz 111 and Taeler Johnson 117.

Grantsville softball

The Cowboys have lost three of their last four games in softball. Grantsville lost 8-3 to Tooele last Friday, defeated Wasatch 15-2 and lost to Enterprise 6-2 Saturday at the Payson tournament, and lost at Manti 13-3 on Tuesday. Grantsville plays at Bear River on Friday.

Junior Stallions soccer

A girls soccer camp in Stansbury will be held on May 3 and May 10 at the SHS soccer field. Girls entering grades kindergarten through eighth are eligible to participate in the camp. Cost is $30 which also includes a T-Shirt or $20 for no T-Shirt. Fees may be paid at the SHS finance office.

Utah Jazz

Utah won its final game of the season in double overtime over Minnesota 136-130. Trey Burke logged 48 minutes and scored 32 points to lead the Jazz. Utah finished the season with a 25-57 record, tied with Boston for the fourth worst record in the NBA.

Gridiron Alumni

Former high school football players who would like to play again may get the chance. Gridiron Alumni is attempting to set up teams in Utah for games in the spring and summer for fundraising events. For those interested in putting on the pads one more time go to gridironalumni.com to register.  If you have any questions, please call Chris at 530-410-6396.

Learn to hunt turkeys

You can learn how to hunt wild turkeys at free seminars in Logan and Salt Lake City. At the seminars, you’ll learn how to set up for and call turkeys. The type of equipment you need, and how to hunt turkeys safely, will also be covered. Each seminar begins at 6 p.m. The first seminar will be held April 24 at the Cache Valley Public Shooting Range, 2851 W. 200 North in Logan. The second seminar will be held April 30 at the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range, 6000 W. 2100 South in Salt Lake City. Dean Mitchell, an avid turkey hunter and Conservation Outreach Section chief for the Division of Wildlife Resources, said attending a seminar is the perfect way to prepare for Utah’s upcoming general statewide turkey hunt. “A lot of hunters in Utah want to hunt turkeys,” Mitchell said, “but they’re not sure where to start. You can change that by attending a seminar. You’ll receive all of the basic information you need to feel confident enough to go afield and have a good experience.” Mitchell said the seminars aren’t just for beginning hunters, though. “Even experienced hunters should learn a thing or two,” he said. Members of the Utah chapter of The National Wild Turkey Federation will teach the seminars. David Worwood, Utah NWTF chapter president, said he and members of his chapter are excited to participate. The hunt begins April 28. Permits for the hunt are not limited in number, so you’ll have no problem getting one. For more information about the seminars, email Worwood at dave@waterwellservice.com.

 

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