Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

July 3, 2018
Sports Wrap – July 3, 2018

Grandma Bernadine’s Dusk ‘till Dawn tennis tournament

The annual “Grandma Bernadine’s Dusk ‘till Dawn” tennis tournament will be held Tuesday, July 3 at the Grantsville High School tennis courts. The tournament will begin at 7 p.m. Organizers are are asking for a $10 donation from each participant and also will raffle off some great items. All proceeds will be donated to the Utah Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.  Everyone is invited! Registration will take place at the start of the tournament. Even if you don’t play tennis, come join us for an evening of tennis, socializing and fun-all for a great cause! Contact Ken Nelson with any questions at (435) 841-9225.

Junior Stallions
Basketball Camp

Registration for the Junior Stallions Basketball Summer Camp is now open at The camp will be July 16-19 at Stansbury High School from 9-10:30 a.m. for players in grades 6-8; 10:30 a.m.-noon for players in grades 3-5 and noon-1 p.m. for players in grades K-2. More information is available on the website.

Salt Lake Bees

The Bees’ Nevada road trip has been a disaster, as Salt Lake lost its seventh game in a row Monday night with an 8-3 loss to the Las Vegas 51s. The Bees (44-40) haven’t won since a 9-6 victory over Reno in the first game of the nine-game road trip June 25. Since then, Salt Lake has scored just 14 runs, losing three straight to Reno and the first four of its five-game series against Las Vegas that wrapped up Tuesday. The losing streak has dropped the Bees one game behind El Paso in the Pacific Southern Division standings, with the Bees set to play host to the Chihuahuas for five games beginning Wednesday. In other Bees news, outfielder Jabari Blash has been named as a starter for the upcoming Triple-A All-Star Game. Blash is hitting .335 with a Pacific Coast League-best 23 home runs to go with 51 RBIs and a .773 slugging percentage. The All-Star Game, pitting the PCL’s best against the International League All-Stars, will be played July 11 in Columbus, Ohio.

Real Salt Lake

RSL got a goal from Albert Rusnak in the 74th minute, but couldn’t complete the comeback in a 2-1 loss to Columbus Crew SC on the road Saturday. Gyasi Zardes opened the scoring for Columbus on a penalty kick in the sixth minute, and Eduardo Sosa doubled the lead with a tally in the 23rd minute. Real Salt Lake (7-8-2), which sits fifth in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference, will play host to first-place Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy.

Utah Royals FC

Recent acquisition Christen Press scored her first goal for Utah Royals FC on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium, helping her team to a 3-1 win over Sky Blue FC. Press’ goal came in the seventh minute, while Katie Stengel added goals in the 25th and 29th minutes to help URFC build a 3-0 advantage. Carli Lloyd scored for Sky Blue FC (0-10-3) in the 62nd minute. Utah Royals FC (5-3-6), which is fifth in the National Women’s Soccer League, will face Portland Thorns FC on Friday on the road.

Summer league baseball standings
Through Monday

Murray 11-0

Herriman 9-1

Bountiful 9-1

Tooele 7-3

Grantsville 7-3

Cyprus 6-3-1

Brighton 6-4

Corner Canyon 5-4

Alta 5-5-1

Hunter 5-6

Kearns 3-4

Summit Academy 4-6

Providence Hall 4-6

Stansbury 3-6-1

Highland 3-6-1

Granger 3-8

Olympus 2-8

West Jordan 2-8

Judge Memorial 1-6

Hillcrest 1-8


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