Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

August 17, 2021
Sports Wrap – August 17, 2021

SHS, THS golf

The Stansbury High School boys golf team continues to rule Region 7 with another victory on Tuesday at Gladstan Golf Course in Payson.

Stansbury shot 321 followed by Cottonwood 337, Cedar Valley 340, Uintah 345, Tooele 348, Hillcrest 378 and Payson 432.

Brayden Griffith led the way for the Stallions with a 69 and his younger brother Jack Griffith fired a 78. 

Jordan Furuya shot 86 with Ty Taylor and Kyle Hanson both in the clubhouse at 88. Brock Shepherd shot 90.

Tooele’s Cache Holmes shot 82 with Jaxon Griffith at 83. Landon Buell carded 88 for the Buffaloes with Ethan Garcia at 95, A.J. Griffith 99, and Boston Valdez 105.

Region 7 takes a break until Sept. 1 when Cottonwood HIgh School hosts a match at Murray Parkway Golf Course.


Brian Hedman from West Jordan sank a hole-in-one Friday evening at Oquirrh Hills Golf Course. Hedman scored the ace on hole No. 2 from 135 yards with a 52 degree wedge. Witnesses were Dirk Smith, Karlene Wells, Mike Wells and Annie Palmer.

THS Wall of Fame

Tooele High School is accepting applications for the Annual Athletic Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony, to be held Friday, Sept.3  Applicants must have graduated from THS at least 10 years ago. Email Athletic Director Catham Beer at, for an application or pick one up at Tooele High School  (301 W. Vine St. Tooele, UT 84074).  Application is due by 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 27. 

At last year’s homecoming football game, Tooele High School inducted Verl Coates, Scott McBeth and Kim Murray into its Wall of Fame.

Region 7 football

Tooele 49, American Leadership 13

Stansbury 49, Mountain Crest 7

Cedar Valley 35, Copper Hills 0

Payson 40, North Sanpete 35

Timpanogas 45, Millard 26

Murray 42, Hillcrest 7

Maple Mountain 55, Mountain View 22

South Summit 30, Uintah 20

3A North football

Provo 7, Grantsville 2

Juan Diego 52, Skyline 30

Morgan 39, Bear River 5

Providence Hall 31, Ben Lomond 3

Canyon View 33, Ogden 21

Manti 19, Union 7

Utah Jazz

The Utah Jazz announced Sunday that the team has signed guard MaCio Teague. Teague (6-4, 195, Baylor) owned averages of 15.9 points on 47.8 percent from the field, along with 4.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists as a senior in 2020-21, helping Baylor to a National Championship. The Cincinnati native garnered 2020-21 All-Big 12 Third Team honors for his final standout collegiate season. He spent two seasons at Baylor (2019-21), where he also earned 2019-20 All-Big 12 Second Team and All-Big 12 Newcomer Team accolades.

Prior to Baylor, he spent two seasons a UNC-Asheville (2016-18), where he averaged 16.1 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.3 steals in 67 career games (64 starts) and was named to the All-Big South First Team twice (2017, 2018), also collecting 2016-17 Big South Freshman of the Year and All-Big South Freshman Team honors.

U of U football

Former Utah football player and coach John Pease, who also spent two decades as an assistant coach in the NFL, passed away this morning at the age of 77.

Pease, who made his home in Salt Lake City in recent years, last coached in 2015, when he served as Utah’s defensive coordinator and defensive line coach for one season after Kyle Whittingham brought him out of retirement. Whittingham had previously brought Pease back into coaching, out of retirement, to serve as assistant head coach and worked with the Utes’ defensive line from 2009-10.

“John Pease was one of my favorite people, ever,” Whittingham said. “He was my friend. It was an honor working with him, learning from him and knowing him. He impacted the lives of countless people and will be missed by all. The Utah Football family lost a great one and we send all our love and condolences to his wife, Chris, and his loved ones.”

BYU football

BYU Athletics and current corporate partner Built Brands, LLC announced an enhanced multi-year agreement to support the Cougar football program, while also pioneering separate innovative NIL agreements with individual members of the football team.

Built’s individual NIL agreements with BYU players include compensation to all members of the team, including compensation to all walk-on players in the amount comparable to the costs of tuition for the academic year. “From the beginning of the NIL discussion, my hope was that changes to NCAA rules and regulations would provide a pathway forward for all players to benefit more fully from their name, image, and likeness, especially walk-ons who sacrifice so much to make our program great,” said BYU head coach Kalani Sitake.

USU football

Utah State football held its first scrimmage of fall camp Saturday morning on Merlin Olsen Field at Maverik Stadium and first-year head coach Blake Anderson was pleased with his team’s play.

“I thought we played hard and physical today,” said Anderson. “The biggest concern, obviously, is turnovers and you can’t have five turnovers in a game and expect to win very often. I’m fired up about the defense for creating them and I’m frustrated with the offense for having them. I guess that is the way it goes when you go against yourself. 

“I also wanted them to have a good time and I think they are. We have had really, really good energy from these guys all week. We have not had to beg them to practice, they come prepared and the meetings have been good. So, in terms of culture and character of what we are expecting and asking of them, it’s been a really, really good first week.”

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