Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

February 13, 2018
Sports Wrap – February 13, 2018

Grantsville Girls
Softball League

The Grantsville Girls Softball League will hold registration for its 2018 season Feb. 17 at Grantsville High School, Grantsville Junior High School and the Stansbury Park Soelberg’s from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., as well as Feb. 23 at the Grantsville Fire Station from 5-8 p.m. Please bring the $60 registration fee and a copy of your daughter’s birth certificate to register. There is a late fee of $10 for any players registering after Feb. 28. All games will be played at the Deseret Peak Complex. Please make plans to attend one of the four registration dates at any of the four locations. For more information, visit the Grantsville Girls Softball League’s Facebook page, email or call Gerri Welsh at (435) 850-8422.

Grantsville girls basketball
vs. Summit Academy

The Grantsville girls basketball team outscored Summit Academy 19-5 in the second quarter en route to a 61-38 win over the Bears in the Region 13 finale Thursday night in Grantsville. Maison White led the Cowboys (16-5, 7-1 Region 13) with 14 points and seven rebounds, while Sarah Ellett had 13 points and five steals and Hannah Butler had 12 points and 10 rebounds. The Cowboys won a tiebreaker with Morgan for Region 13’s top seed entering the Class 3A playoffs, and will open the postseason Friday at 3:10 p.m. at Wasatch High School in Heber City against Manti, the No. 6 seed from Region 15.

Wendover girls basketball
at West Desert

The Wendover girls basketball team didn’t allow more than five points in any quarter as the Wildcats rolled to a 51-12 win over West Desert in a Region 21 road game Thursday night. Diana Solano led the Wildcats (16-4, 4-2 Region 21) with 14 points and Angelica Badillo added 10. Wendover will play host to Tintic in its home finale Friday night.

Stansbury girls basketball
at Juan Diego

The Stansbury girls basketball team led by four points at the start of the fourth quarter, but the Stallions were outscored 21-10 over the final eight minutes of a 47-40 loss to Juan Diego in a Region 11 game Thursday night in Draper. The loss was a major blow to Stansbury’s hopes of hosting a first-round game in the Class 4A state tournament, as the Stallions (14-6, 7-3 Region 11) came into the game tied with rival Tooele for second place in the region standings, but now will need Tooele to lose at least one of its final two games to snag a top-two seed. Kenzi Knudsen had 10 points to lead Stansbury, which played host to Bonneville in a crucial late-season game that was not complete at press time Tuesday.

Stansbury boys basketball
at Juan Diego

The Stansbury boys basketball team found itself tied with Region 11 powerhouse Juan Diego after one quarter of Friday night’s game in Draper, but ultimately couldn’t hold off the Soaring Eagle in a 59-30 loss. Stansbury was outscored 33-9 in the second and third quarters as Juan Diego (18-4, 11-0 Region 11) clinched its fourth region title in as many seasons. Drake Schlappi had seven points to lead Stansbury (9-11, 7-3), which has a key region game at home against Bonneville on Wednesday that could either boost the Stallions’ chances of hosting a first-round playoff game or put them in danger of slipping into fourth place in the region standings. The Stallions are already guaranteed of making their third consecutive postseason appearance, thanks to a blistering start to their region season that saw them win seven of their first eight contests.

Wendover boys basketball
at Telos

Six Wendover boys basketball players scored in double-figures as the Wildcats blitzed Telos 89-50 in a Region 21 road game Friday night. Eduardo Gomez led the way with 18 points, while Gustavo Carrillo and Brayan Mendoza scored 15 points each. Jason Shepherd had 12, Monico Guerrero added 11 and Jaime Montavo scored 10 as Wendover (17-3, 6-1 Region 21) erupted for 56 first-half points. The Wildcats travel to Tooele County rival Dugway on Wednesday night.

Dugway boys basketball vs. West Ridge Academy

The Dugway boys basketball team suffered its sixth consecutive loss, losing 55-43 to West Ridge Academy in Region 21 action Friday night at Dugway High School. Jake Whalen led the Mustangs (7-10, 1-6 Region 21) with 20 points and Jesus Valdiviezo added 10. The Mustangs will play host to Wendover on Wednesday night.

Notable HS girls basketball scores

Grantsville 61,
Summit Academy 38

Wendover 51, West Desert 12

Juan Diego 47, Stansbury 40

Cedar 52, Pine View 41

Dixie 48, Snow Canyon 34

Hurricane 47, Desert Hills 37

Ogden 41, Park City 28

Bear River 60, Sky View 46

Logan 38, Green Canyon 34

Ridgeline 48, Mountain Crest 25

Morgan 41, Judge Memorial 40

Carbon 73, ALA 16

Juab 40, Delta 23

Providence Hall 60,
Maeser Prep 25

Emery 75, San Juan 49

Manti 37, North Sanpete 25

Richfield 51, South Sevier 24

Mountain View 76, Lehi 63

Salem Hills 74, Orem 22

Uintah 57, Payson 55, OT

Bonneville 59, Ben Lomond 40

San Juan 66, Grand 51

Notable HS boys basketball scores

Summit Academy 72,
Grantsville 63

Wendover 89, Telos 50

West Ridge Academy 55,
Dugway 43

Juan Diego 59, Stansbury 30

Desert Hills 79, Hurricane 69

Dixie 52, Snow Canyon 42

Pine View 58, Cedar 50

Lehi 61, Mountain View 50

Orem 57, Salem Hills 50

Payson 65, Uintah 40

Bonneville 47, Ben Lomond 32

Park City 64, Ogden 48

Green Canyon 50, Logan 45

Mountain Crest 70, Ridgeline 61

Sky View 62, Bear River 59

Morgan 67, Judge Memorial 63

ALA 51, Carbon 46

Delta 57, Juab 42

Providence Hall 68,
Maeser Prep 57

Manti 75, North Sanpete 57, OT

San Juan 59, Emery 57

South Sevier 53, Richfield 40

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