Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

January 25, 2022
Sports Wrap – January 26, 2022

Tooele High School

Boys Basketball

Thursday, Jan. 27, Cedar Valley at Tooele 

Wednesday, Feb. 2, Tooele at Uintah

Girls Basketball

Friday, Jan. 28, Tooele at Cedar Valley

Tuesday, Feb. 1, Uintah at Tooele

Wrestling 

Thursday, Jan. 27, Tooele at Cedar Valley

Wednesday, Feb. 2, 5A Divisional Tourney at Alta High School

Stansbury High School

Boys Basketball

Thursday, Jan. 27, Hillcrest at Stansbury 

Wednesday, Feb. 2, Stansbury at
Cottonwood

Girls Basketball

Wednesday, Jan. 26

Payson at Stansbury

Friday, Jan. 28

Stansbury at Hillcrest

Tuesday, Feb. 1

Cottonwood at Stanbury

Wrestling

Friday, Jan. 28, Grantsville at Stansbury

Wednesday, Feb. 2, 5A Divisional Tourney at Alta High School

Grantsville High School

Boys Basketball

Wednesday, Jan. 26, LAC at Grantsville

Friday, Jan. 28, Ben Lomond at Grantsville

Wednesday, Feb. 2, Grantsville at Morgan

Girls Basketball

Thursday, Jan. 27, Grantsville at
Ben Lomond

Tuesday, Feb. 1, Morgan at Grantsville

Wrestling

Friday, Jan. 28, Grantsville at Stansbury

High School Shot Clock

The Utah High School Activities Association will feature a new wrinkle in its Boys’-and-Girls’ Basketball games, starting in the 2022-23 school year.

In a meeting Thursday, Jan. 20, the UHSAA Board-of-Trustees voted to add a 35-second shot clock for varsity high school basketball games for all classifications in Boys’-and-Girls’ Basketball, beginning in the 2022-23 season. The rules regarding the length of the clock, the placement of the clock, and other logistical matters will follow the guidelines set by the NFHS Basketball Rules Committee, which voted in the Spring of 2021 to make shot clock usage available for State Association adoption beginning next season.

As part of the UHSAA Board’s decision, host schools and regions will have the ability to decide on whether the shot clock will be used in sub varsity games. The NFHS rules stipulate that all rules regarding the shot clock must apply to both Boys’-and-Girls’ Basketball.

NFHS Rule 2-14 states that each state association may adopt a shot clock beginning in the 2022-23 season — according to guidelines outlined in the Basketball Rules Book — to encourage standardization among states. Guidelines include displaying two timepieces that are connected to a horn that is distinctive from the game clock horn, and using an alternative timing device, such as a stopwatch at the scorer’s table, for a shot clock malfunction. The guidelines also allow for corrections to the shot clock only during the shot clock period in which an error occurred and the officials have definite information relative to the mistake or malfunction.

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