Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

February 5, 2019
Sports Wrap – February 5, 2019

Tooele County Outlaws
high school hockey

The Tooele County Outlaws prevailed over the Uintah Utes 3-2 on Monday night in their first Division 2 playoff game of the season at the Weber Ice Sheet in Ogden. The Outlaws fell behind 2-0 in the first period, but second-period goals by Shatan Duke, James Malmstrom and Austin Grenz put Tooele County on top. Goalie Gage Nichols stopped 20 of 22 shots. The Outlaws will face Herriman at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday at County Ice Rink in Murray.

Tooele girls basketball
vs. Bonneville

The Tooele girls basketball team fell behind 18-3 in the first quarter against Region 11 leader Bonneville and never recovered, falling 43-24 to the Lakers at home Thursday night. Senior Mallory Searle led the Buffaloes (9-8, 4-4 Region 11) with seven points and Madi Baker added seven. The Buffs played host to Stansbury on Tuesday night in a Region 11 game that was not complete at press time.

Stansbury boys basketball
vs. Ogden

Stansbury outscored Ogden 23-8 in the second quarter on its way to a 72-42 win over the Tigers in a Region 11 home game Friday night. Peyton Thevenot led the Stallions (8-10, 5-3 Region 11) with 24 points, including five 3-pointers. He broke Stansbury’s single-season school record for 3-pointers, as he has 53 so far this season. Jaden Jenkins added nine points, six assists and four steals for the Stallions, who will face county rival Tooele on the road Wednesday night.

Grantsville boys basketball
at Morgan

The Grantsville boys basketball team saw its two-game Region 13 winning streak snapped Friday night, falling 64-41 to Morgan on the road. The Cowboys (5-15, 2-4 Region 13) led 17-10 after the first quarter and 28-26 at halftime, but the Trojans outscored them 38-13 in the second half to cruise to the victory. Jake Cafarelli had 12 points and Isaac Riding added eight for Grantsville, which travels to Salt Lake City to face Judge Memorial in a region game Wednesday.

Dugway boys basketball
at Telos

Dugway’s boys basketball team kept things close in the first half before Telos pulled away for a 62-40 win over the Mustangs in a Region 21 game Friday in Orem. Tyi Bear led Dugway (4-10, 1-4 Region 21) with 21 points and Cahil Munn added 13. The Mustangs will face West Ridge Academy in a region home game Wednesday.

Stansbury girls basketball
vs. Ogden

A 21-9 third-quarter burst helped the Stansbury girls basketball team pull away for a 58-44 win over Ogden in a Region 11 home game Friday night. Mia Thurber hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 points to lead the Stallions (9-9, 6-2 Region 11), while Kalee Philips scored 11 points and Kenzi Knudsen added 10. Stansbury faced rival Tooele in a region road game that was not complete at press time Tuesday.

Wendover boys basketball
at Milford

The Wendover boys basketball team built an 18-point lead in the first quarter on its way to an 88-54 win over Milford in a Region 21 road game Saturday night. Jaime Montalvo led five Wildcats in double-figures with 24 points, including six 3-pointers. Pedro Alvarez had 19 points, Saul Valle and Brayan Mendoza each had 13 and Jaison Mendoza added 11. Wendover (15-2, 6-0 Region 21) will travel to Orem to face Telos in a region game Wednesday night.

Wendover girls basketball
at Milford

The Wendover girls basketball team was outscored 31-14 in the first half of Saturday’s 55-32 loss to Milford in a Region 21 road game. Alana Henderson had nine points to lead the Wildcats, while Tanya Duran had seven. The Wildcats (13-5, 4-2 Region 21) are scheduled to play host to county rival Dugway on Thursday night in a region contest, though Dugway forfeited its most recent game against Tintic and the previous game against Milford was called off in the third quarter.

Notable HS boys basketball scores

Telos 62, Dugway 40

Morgan 64, Grantsville 41

Bonneville 57, Tooele 50

Stansbury 72, Ogden 40

Canyon View 45, Desert Hills 42

Pine View 58, Cedar 39

Snow Canyon 61, Dixie 49

Lehi 78, Salem Hills 60

Payson 80, Mountain View 53

Spanish Fork 69, Uintah 51

Park City 69, Ben Lomond 45

S. Summit 53, Judge Memorial 52

Delta 71, Maeser Prep 37

Providence Hall 58, Juab 46

Union 89, ALA 54

Emery 85, North Sanpete 63

Grand 55, Richfield 52

San Juan 69, South Sevier 57

Manti 87, American Heritage 47

Wendover 88, Milford 54

Richfield 52, San Juan 41

South Sevier 55, Grand 46

Notable HS girls basketball scores

Grantsville 58, Morgan 41

Bonneville 43, Tooele 24

Cedar 53, Pine View 35

Desert Hills 62, Canyon View 32

Dixie 47, Snow Canyon 44

Green Canyon 70, Bear River 44

Logan 46, Mountain Crest 23

Ridgeline 73, Sky View 52

Judge Memorial 58, S. Summit 39

Delta 52, Maeser Prep 26

Juab 28, Providence Hall 13

Union 63, ALA 16

Emery 64, North Sanpete 31

San Juan 53, Monticello 41

Summit Academy 60,
American Heritage 47


Stansbury 58, Ogden 44

Lehi 55, Salem Hills 41

Payson 55, Mountain View 42

Spanish Fork 56, Uintah 52

Park City 37, Ben Lomond 33, OT

Summit Academy 60,
South Summit 53, OT

Richfield 62, Grand 21

South Sevier 60, San Juan 36

Milford 55, Wendover 32

Richfield 59, San Juan 49

South Sevier 74, Grand 42

Wednesday’s games

Wendover boys basketball
at Telos, 6 p.m.

Dugway boys basketball
vs. West Ridge Academy, 6 p.m.

Stansbury boys basketball
at Tooele, 7 p.m.

Grantsville boys basketball
at Judge Memorial, 7 p.m.
Thursday’s games

Grantsville swimming at Class 3A state championships, 2:45 p.m. at BYU

Grantsville girls basketball
at Summit Academy, 7 p.m.

Dugway girls basketball
at Wendover, 7 p.m.

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