Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

February 25, 2014
Sports Wrap – February 25, 2014

GHS girls basketball

Grantsville faced the team predicted to win the 3A state girls basketball title Friday night in St. George in the first round of the playoffs. The result was not pretty for Grantsville. Desert Hills (22-1) led 70-6 after three quarters and won the game 83-22. The young Grantsville team closed out the season with a 5-17 record. Grantsville outscored Desert Hills 16-13 in the final quarter. Top scorers for the Cowboys were freshman Abby Butler with 10 and sophomore Megan Cafarelli with seven.

Wendover basketball

Wendover boys closed out the regular season Friday night with a 75-60 victory at West Desert Friday night. The Wildcats led 41-23 at halftime. Nine players scored for Wendover with Hector Duran pouring in 17 and James Trujillo 15 which included three 3-pointers. Dallan Murphy added nine.

Umpires needed

Umpires are needed for the Tooele County Girls Softball League. No experience needed. For more information please call Joe at 435-849-6184 or Erica 435-840-3369.

THS girls golf

Tooele High School girls golf team will start practices on Feb. 24. New golfers are welcome. Contact Brady Christensen at 435-849-1980 for more information.

Grantsville baseball

Grantsville Youth Baseball will be holding registration for spring baseball each Saturday in February from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at both Grantsville High School and Grantsville Junior High School. Players can also register at

13U Super League

TC Lightning baseball is looking for three or four hard working players to add to its roster. The team practices indoors during the week and outdoors weather permitting. The squad plays doubleheader games on Saturday with the season running from April 19 through June 1 plus a few additional tournaments. Those interested in trying out for the team should call or email Heath Fackrell at 435-830-8934 or

Jazz basketball

The Utah Jazz (20-36)  jumped out to a 27-18 first-quarter lead and rolled to a 110-98 victory Monday night in a home game aginst Boston (19-39). Alec Burks scored 21, Derrick Favors 20 and Marvin Williams 19 in the win. Utah hosts Phoenix (33-22) on Wednesday.

Utah basketball

Delon Wright scored 22 points, collected nine rebounds and had six assists, and Utah blocked a season-high 12 shots to fuel an 86-63 victory over Arizona State on Sunday night. Utah’s 86 points and 23-point margin of victory were both program highs in a conference game since joining the Pac-12. Utah hosts it final PAC-12 home game of the season on Saturday against Colorado (20-8, 9-6). The game is set for noon on the PAC-12 Network.

BYU basketball

Anson Winder scored a game-high 17 points to lead the BYU men’s basketball team over No. 25 Gonzaga in the Marriott Center on Thursday. Winder went a perfect 10 of 10 from the free-throw line to go along with three rebounds in his first start since Nov. 16, 2013. Matt Carlino led the way Saturday night with 30 points in a 89-72 victory over Portland. Carlino hit eight-of-13 attempts from 3-point range. Winder had another solid game with 19 points.

USU basketball

Utah State men’s basketball rallied from down as much as 16 points in the first half and took the lead early in the second half, but couldn’t hold onto it, falling to Fresno State, 79-76, Saturday at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. The Aggies play at New Mexico Tuesday night. With the loss, USU is now 15-12 overall and 5-10 in Mountain West play.

Big game permits

Time is running out to submit your application to hunt big game animals in Utah this fall. Applications to hunt big game — including deer — are due through no later than 11 p.m. on March 6. Judi Tutorow, wildlife licensing coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources, shares an important piece of advice: Apply before the last day of the application period. “Thousands of hunters wait until the last day to apply,” Tutorow says. “Receiving that much traffic — in such a short period of time — slows our website and the entire application process down.” Hunters can apply for a permit at Everything you need to know to apply for a permit is available in the 2014 Utah Big Game Application Guidebook. You can get the free guidebook at, at DWR offices and from more than 300 hunting and fishing license agents across Utah.

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