Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

April 25, 2017
Sports Wrap – April 25, 2017

Grantsville softball
at Park City

The Grantsville softball team trounced Park City 16-0 in three innings Friday afternoon. The Cowboys (15-3, 4-1 Region 10) allowed just two hits and took advantage of seven Park City errors to take a half-game lead over Union for the top spot in the region standings. Grantsville was scheduled to play host to Tooele on Tuesday in a game that was not complete at press time.

Stansbury soccer
at Grantsville

The Stansbury soccer team (6-2-5, 5-1-1 Region 10) got all it could handle from Grantsville (3-8, 1-5), as the Stallions held on for a 3-2 win on the road. Grantsville faced Union on Tuesday with the final playoff berth in Region 10 at stake. Stansbury will close out the regular season Friday at home against Union.

Stansbury softball
at Swing for Life Tournament

The Stansbury softball team went 3-1 at the Swing for Life Tournament at the Cottonwood Complex in suburban Salt Lake City on Saturday. The Stallions picked up shutout wins over San Juan (6-0), West Jordan (8-0) and Duchesne (9-0) before losing 5-4 to Kearns. Makayla Witkowski threw a perfect game against Duchesne and was a walk away from a perfect game against San Juan. She also threw a two-hitter against West Jordan. Kaeley Loader was 6-for-11 with four RBIs, two triples and a double in the four games. Stansbury (11-8, 2-2 Region 10) is scheduled to travel to Lehi for a non-region game Wednesday.

Tooele softball
vs. Spanish Fork

The Tooele softball team lost 15-0 to Class 4A Spanish Fork on Monday in a non-region game at the Deseret Peak Complex. The Buffaloes (8-7, 2-2 Region 10) allowed 17 hits in the loss, which ended after six innings because of the mercy rule. Tooele was scheduled to play at Grantsville on Tuesday in a game that was not complete at press time.

Notable HS boys soccer scores

Emery 2, Gunnison 0

Manti 4, Grand 1

Wasatch Acad. 4, S. Sevier 0

Delta 6, Diamond Ranch 1

Millard 3, Am. Leadership 2

Parowan 3, Beaver 3

Stansbury 3, Grantsville 2

Park City 1, Union 0

Desert Hills 5, Pine View 0

Dixie 1, Snow Canyon 1, (2OT)

Juan Diego 2, Logan 1, (2OT)

Morgan 2, Ben Lomond 1

Ridgeline 4, Bear River 0

Juab 3, Richfield 2

N. Sanpete 3, Carbon 0

Int. Christian 5, Am. Prep 1

Providence Hall 8, Telos 0

Manti 3, Emery 1

Maeser Prep 11, N. Summit 3

S. Summit 1, Rowland Hall 0

Summit Acad. 9, Waterford 1

Wasatch Academy 3, Providence Hall 1

Notable HS softball scores

N. Sanpete 12, Richfield 2

Grantsville 16, Park City 0, (3)

Desert Hills 11, Dixie 0

Bear River 12, Morgan 0

Juan Diego 7, Logan 5

Ridgeline 13, Ben Lomond 0

Juab 8, Carbon 2

Pine View 20, Hurricane 17

Cedar 13, Snow Canyon 3

Stansbury 6, San Juan 0

Stansbury 8, West Jordan 0

Stansbury 9, Duchesne 0

Kearns 5, Stansbury 4

Bear River 16, Morgan 0

Dixie 13, Bishop Gorman (Nevada) 12

Notable HS baseball scores

Cedar 8, Desert Hills 5

Juab 14, Richfield 8

Stansbury 4, Grantsville 3, (9)

Park City 10, Union 0

Dixie 13, Pine View 7

Snow Canyon 11, Hurricane 1

Bear River 12, Morgan 2

Ridgeline 4, Logan 1

Carbon 8, North Sanpete 4


Grantsville tennis at Salem Hills tournament, 11 a.m.


Tooele, Grantsville and Stansbury golf at Park City, 10 a.m.

Stansbury baseball vs. Park City, 3:30 p.m.

Tooele baseball at Grantsville, 3:30 p.m.

Grantsville tennis at Northridge, 3:30 p.m.

Utah Jazz

Joe Johnson scored 28 points, including 11 straight during a crucial stretch of the fourth quarter as the Jazz defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 on Sunday night in Game 4 of their Western Conference quarterfinal series at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City. The Jazz also got 18 points from Rodney Hood and 17 from Derrick Favors off the bench, while Rudy Gobert had 15 points and 13 rebounds in his first game action since suffering an injury in the opening seconds of Game 1. Gordon Hayward played just nine minutes before leaving the arena with food poisoning just after halftime. The best-of-seven series is tied 2-2, with Game 5 scheduled for Tuesday night at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Real Salt Lake

Real Salt Lake suffered its first defeat under coach Mike Petke on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, falling 3-1 to Atlanta United FC. Atlanta’s Hector Villalba scored in the ninth minute and Yamil Asad tallied in the 46th before Albert Rusnak pulled RSL back within one with 21 minutes left, but Atlanta’s Brandon Vazquez put the game out of reach with a goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time. RSL travels to Sporting Kansas City on Saturday.

Salt Lake Bees

The Bees picked up their ninth win in their past 10 games Monday, beating the Fresno Grizzlies 12-9 behind a 19-hit outburst. Leadoff hitter Eric Young Jr. went 3-for-6 with a double to raise his batting average to .412, while Ramon Flores and Sherman Johnson each went 3-for-5 with a pair of RBIs. The Bees (12-7) faced Fresno on Tuesday afternoon in a game that was not complete at press time.

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