Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

December 28, 2021
Sports Wrap – December 28, 2021

GHS Hall of Fame

Grantsville High School is now accepting nominations for the Hall of Fame. This year’s deadline is Jan. 10, 2022.

The three categories are: 

Pride: Any former Grantsville student-athlete who has excelled as a student-athlete at Grantsville, in college, or professionally.

Tradition: A teacher, administrator or staff member who has made significant contributions to the school or district.

Excellence: Any alumnus who has gone to achieve success in the world of education, business, research, medicine or other field, and has made contributions to their organization and to society.

The committee will go through the application process then select this year’s Hall of Fame inductees. All previous nominees within the last five years will be considered as well. 

The nomination form is available at

Boys Basketball

Region 7

Payson 9-0

Cottonwood 6-1

Uintah 6-2

Stansbury 5-2

Cedar Valley 3-3

Hillcrest 2-5

Tooele 0-8

Region 13

Grantsville 7-0

Morgan 7-1

Ben Lomond 6-3

Layton Christian 5-3

Ogden 5-4

South Summit 6-5

Utah Jazz

With Donovan Mitchell back in Salt Lake City nursing a lower left back strain, the Utah Jazz knew they would have to find a way to make up for their star’s absence. 

While many assumed it would take a massive effort to replace Mitchell’s 25.1 points per game, the Jazz had other plans. Rather than trying to make up for what Mitchell brings to the Jazz on offense, Utah elected to get defensive. 

Limiting San Antonio to a rough shooting night on offense, the Jazz overcame a late Spurs push to win 110-104 on Monday night. Not only was it Utah’s fourth win in a row and 12th victory in their last 14 games, but it was also their seventh consecutive win on the road.

Jordan Clarkson came off the bench to play 32 minutes and led the Jazz in scoring with 23. Bojan Bogdanovic scored 19, Joe Ingles 17, Rudy Gobert 16, Hassan Whiteside  13, and Mike Conley 12.

The Jazz (24-9) travel to Portland (13-20) for a game tonight.

Today’s Bowl Games

Birmingham Bowl

Houston vs. Auburn

Noon, ESPN

First Responder Bowl

Air Force vs. Louisville

3:15 p.m., ESPN

Liberty Bowl

Miss St. vs. Texas Tech

6:45 p.m., ESPN

Holiday Bowl

UCLA vs. NC State

8 p.m., Fox

Guaranteed Rate Bowl

W. Virginia vs. Minnesota

10 p.m., ESPN

Wednesday’s Bowl Games

Pinstripe Bowl

Maryland vs. Va. Tech

2:15 p.m., ESPN

Cheez-It Bowl

Clemson vs. Iowa State

5:45 p.m., ESPN

Alamo Bowl

Oregon vs. Oklahoma

9:15 p.m., ESPN

Thursday’s Bowl Games

Duke’s Mayo Bowl

N. Carolina vs. S. Carolina

11:30 a.m., ESPN

Music City Bowl

Tennessee vs. Purdue

3 p.m., ESPN

Peach Bowl

Michigan St. vs. Pitt

7 p.m., ESPN

Vegas Bowl

Wisconsin vs. Arizona St

10:30 p.m., ESPN

NFL Power Rankings

Kansas City (11-4)

Green Bay (12-2)

Dallas (11-4)

Tampa Bay (11-4)

LA Rams (11-4)

Indianapolis (9-6)

Buffalo Bills (9-6)

Tennessee Titans (10-5)

New England (9-6)

Cincinnati (9-6)

Arizona (10-5)

San Fran (8-7)

Philadelphia (8-7)

Baltimore (8-7)

LA Chargers (8-7)

Miami (8-7)

Las Vegas (8-7) 

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