Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

August 15, 2019
Sports Wrap – August 15, 2019

Grantsville cross country
at Highland Invitational

Grantsville senior Porter Whitworth finished ninth in a field of 298 runners during Wednesday’s Highland Invitational cross-country meet at Sugar House Park in Salt Lake City. Whitworth’s time of 15 minutes, 25.4 seconds came on the same course where he won the Class 3A boys individual championship in 2018, and he finished 18.5 seconds ahead of his nearest 3A competitor, Grand’s Malachi Ricks, on Wednesday. Senior Caden Williams finished 138th overall in 17:23.6, while senior Jordan Wheeler was 201st in 18:22.0 and junior Evan Thomas was 261st in 19:39.8. The Grantsville girls were led by senior Makayla Lear, who finished 182nd in 24:11.1. Senior Lydia Schoenfeld was 198th in 25:28.6, followed by juniors Jade Garcia (202nd, 25:57.7), Reagan Wexels (203rd, 26:06.3) and Acelyn Fuentes (212th, 28:22.9). The Cowboys will take part in the Premier Invitational meet Saturday morning at the Cottonwood Complex in Millcreek.

Tooele girls soccer vs. Juab

Makenna McCloy recorded a hat trick and Liz Lundwall added a pair of goals to propel the Tooele girls soccer team to a 5-2 win over Juab on Tuesday at Tooele High School. The Buffaloes (2-1) traveled to Bluffdale to face Summit Academy in a non-region match that was not complete at press time Thursday. Tooele will play host to Cedar Valley in its Region 10 opener Wednesday afternoon.

Stansbury girls soccer at Bear River

The Stansbury girls soccer team got its first victory of the season Tuesday afternoon in Garland, defeating Bear River 3-0 behind goals from Reagan Didericksen, Annie Ploehn and Bailey Thomas. Ainsley Thurber picked up her second shutout of the season in goal for the Stallions (1-1-1), who will play host to Taylorsville in a non-region contest Friday afternoon.

Real Salt Lake

RSL picked up a crucial 3-0 win over Seattle Sounders FC on Wednesday at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, leapfrogging Seattle into fourth place in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference. Real Salt Lake (12-9-4, 40 points) took the lead on Sam Johnson’s ninth goal of the season in the 25th minute, and added goals from Albert Rusnák and Corey Baird after halftime. RSL, which has allowed just five goals over its past 10 matches, will play host to league-leading LAFC on Saturday.

Notable HS girls soccer scores

Grantsville 6, West Jordan 2

Stansbury 3, Bear River 0

Tooele 5, Juab 2

Uintah 8, Union 0

Ben Lomond 3, St. Joseph 0

Box Elder 1, Mountain Crest 1, 2OT

Mountain Ridge 3,
Cedar Valley 2

Ogden 7, Morgan 3

Cyprus 3, Providence Hall 1

Delta 0, Parowan 0

Jordan 2, Summit Academy 0

Judge Memorial 3, Manti 0

Millard 4, Richfield 1

North Sanpete 7, Gunnison 0

Rowland Hall 7, Maeser Prep 0

Friday’s games

Girls tennis tournament at Stansbury

Stansbury girls soccer vs. Taylorsville, 3:30 p.m.

Stansbury football vs. Sky View, 7 p.m.

Tooele football at Green Canyon, 7 p.m.

Grantsville football at North Sanpete, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s game

Stansbury, Tooele and Grantsville cross country at Premier Invitational at Cottonwood Complex
Tuesday’s games

Grantsville girls soccer at Kearns, 3:30 p.m.

Grantsville girls tennis at Tooele, 3:30 p.m.

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