Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

January 8, 2019
Sports Wrap – January 8, 2019

Grantsville girls basketball
at Tintic

The Grantsville girls basketball team raced out to a 37-3 halftime lead on its way to a 62-21 win over Tintic in a non-region game Thursday night in Eureka. Laura Sandberg led the Cowboys (10-3) with 12 points, while Ashlee Edwards had 10 and Chloe Butler added eight. Ten Grantsville players scored in the contest. Grantsville opened its Region 13 season at home against South Summit in a game that was not complete at press time Tuesday.

Stansbury boys basketball
at Ogden

Peyton Thevenot had 20 points and Jaden Jenkins and Jet Richins added 11 apiece to lead the Stansbury boys basketball team to a 70-39 road victory over Ogden in the Region 11 opener for both teams Friday night. Jenkins also had seven rebounds and four assists in the win as Stansbury outscored the Tigers 38-16 in the second and third quarters. The Stallions (4-7, 1-0 Region 11) played their first region home game of the season Tuesday night against Bonneville. The game was not complete at press time. 

Tooele boys basketball
at Bonneville

Tooele outscored Bonneville 27-12 in the fourth quarter as the Buffaloes rallied past the Lakers for a 67-59 win in the teams’ Region 11 opener Friday night in Washington Terrace. Justin Rogers just missed a triple-double with 21 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists and Josh Wilkins added 18 points for Tooele. Nathan Swan had nine points and six rebounds for the Buffs (7-5, 1-0 Region 11), who went 25-for-28 from the free-throw line. Tooele will play host to Juan Diego in a region contest Wednesday night.

Wendover boys basketball
at St. Joseph

Jaime Montalvo hit 10 3-pointers on his way to 41 points, and Wendover hit 14 3-pointers as a team in a 105-73 win over St. Joseph in a non-region game Friday night in Ogden. Brayan Mendoza had 26 points and 10 rebounds and Pedro Alvarez added 21 points and 10 assists. The Wildcats (9-1) traveled to Intermountain Christian for a non-region game that was not complete at press time Tuesday.

Tooele girls basketball
at Bonneville

The Tooele girls managed just five first-half points and made just six total field goals in a tough 41-17 loss to Bonneville in the Region 11 opener Friday night in Washington Terrace. Aysha Lewis led the Buffaloes (5-5, 0-1 Region 11) with six points and Nizhone Tso had four. Tooele played host to Juan Diego in its first region home game of the season Tuesday night. The game was not complete at press time.

Stansbury girls basketball
at Ogden

Stansbury led 40-9 at halftime, finishing the first half with a 21-2 second-quarter run, on its way to a 60-27 road win over Ogden in the teams’ Region 11 opener Friday night. Kalee Philips had a game-high 13 points and Kayla Alvey added 10 points, nine rebounds and four steals for the Stallions (4-7, 1-0 Region 11), who snapped a four-game losing streak. Madison Welch and Kenzi Knudsen each scored eight points for Stansbury, which played host to Bonneville in a Region 11 game that was not complete at press time Tuesday.

Wendover girls basketball
at St. Joseph

Wendover trailed 15-10 after the first quarter, but responded with a 16-2 second-quarter outburst on its way to a 57-32 win over St. Joseph in a non-region game Friday night in Ogden. Adriana Delgadillo led the Wildcats (9-3) with a double-double, scoring 14 points and pulling down 13 rebounds. Yanely Duenas had 13 points, Tanya Duran had 12 and Angelica Badillo added 10. Wendover will play host to Milford in the first game of the Region 21 season Friday night.

Grantsville wrestling at 3A Duals

The Grantsville wrestling team went 4-5 at the Class 3A Duals at the Sevier Valley Center in Richfield on Friday and Saturday, finishing 10th of 16 teams at the event. The Cowboys had a rough start to the weekend, losing 51-23 to South Summit, 68-9 to Union, 51-29 to Emery and 67-12 to Juab, but then won their next four duals 47-34 over San Juan, 50-30 over Summit Academy, 53-29 over Carbon and 42-35 over North Sanpete. Grantsville finished the two-day tournament with a 50-23 loss to Morgan. Koby Johnson went 6-1 at 170 pounds with three pins and three wins by tech fall, with his only loss coming in a 4-2 decision against Union’s Jate Frost. Thomas Coates was 7-2 with six pins at 126 pounds and Logan Kuehn was 4-2 with a pin and three tech falls at 220. Grantsville will take part in the Best of the West tournament Friday and Saturday at Tooele High School.

Tooele County Outlaws
high school hockey

The Tooele County Outlaws fell to the Cache Valley Wild late Wednesday night on home ice with a final score of 6-2. Goals for the Outlaws were scored by Mick Hoban and Bowen Allred.  Goalie Gage Nichols had 33 saves on 39 shots on net. Forward Chandler White was taken by ambulance following a hard hit into the boards and will be out for the regular season under concussion protocol, but will hopefully be back in action for the playoffs. The Outlaws’ next game is Friday at 5:30 p.m. on home ice at the Acord Ice Arena in West Valley City.

Grantsville Girls Softball League annual meeting

The Grantsville Girls Softball League will hold its annual meeting at the Grantsville Fire Station on Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. The agenda will include bylaw changes, fee discussions, unresolved issues, a vote for executive committee, AllStars, the Dash-N-Splash tournament, the draft and setting the timeframe for the current season. If you would like to have a voice in the Grantsville Girls Softball League for the 2019 season, attend this meeting.  If you have any issues to add to the agenda, feel free to contact the league, or the league president, Gerri Welsh, at (435) 850-8422.

Notable HS boys basketball scores

Preston (Idaho) 59, Logan 52

Weber 49, Mountain Crest 42

Stansbury 70, Ogden 39

Tooele 67, Bonneville 59

Grantsville 71, RSL Academy 28

Wendover 105, St. Joseph 73

Desert Hills 64, Cedar 55

Pine View 64, Snow Canyon 50

Lehi 69, Spanish Fork 60

Park City 57, Ben Lomond 40

American Fork 78, Ridgeline 59

Logan 64, Box Elder 56

Salem Hills 72, Mountain View 60

Wasatch 64, Payson 54

Woods Cross 73, Green Canyon 55

Carbon 59, Maeser Prep 49

Juab 52, Union 48

Providence Hall 53, ALA 39

Manti 75, Grand 63

Richfield 77, Emery 73

San Juan 93, North Sanpete 51

American Heritage 78,
South Summit 73

Morgan 76, West 68

Springville 60, Summit Academy 42

Grand 67, North Sanpete 60

San Juan 96, Manti 94, OT

Emery 107, Carbon 57

Manila 59, ALA 44

Notable HS girls basketball scores

Grantsville 62, Tintic 21

Cedar 57, Desert Hills 42

Hurricane 61, Canyon View 35

Snow Canyon 46, Pine View 39

Box Elder 60, Mountain Crest 41

Sky View 53, Brighton 52

Carbon 74, Maeser Prep 20

Juab 53, Union 45, OT

Providence Hall 41, ALA 31

Emery 61, Richfield 34

Judge Memorial 73, West 41

North Summit 83, Morgan 60

Bonneville 41, Tooele 17

Stansbury 60, Ogden 27

Wendover 57, St. Joseph 32

Salem Hills 44, Mountain View 33

Spanish Fork 46, Lehi 39

Uintah 53, Orem 42

Park City 45, Ben Lomond 37

Manti 70, Grand 48

San Juan 61, North Sanpete 34

South Summit 61, Tintic 23

Summit Academy 64, Brighton 38

Green Canyon 54, Westlake 49

Highland (Idaho) 51, Logan 48

North Sanpete 50, Grand 30

San Juan 65, Manti 32

Wednesday’s games

Tooele boys basketball
vs. Juan Diego, 7 p.m.

Grantsville boys basketball
at South Summit, 7 p.m.

Thursday’s games

Tooele swimming vs. Cyprus,
3 p.m.

Grantsville swimming
at Ben Lomond, 3:30 p.m.

Tooele wrestling vs. Bonneville
and Ogden, 4:30 p.m.

Stansbury wrestling vs. Park City and Juan Diego, 4:30 p.m.

Dugway boys basketball vs. USDB, 6 p.m.

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