Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

June 14, 2022
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A number of Tooele County prep athletes earned All-State honors from the Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News. Tooele High soccer duo Brandon Dunn and Brady Gray were selected MPVs in 4A soccer. 

Grantsville baseball’s Jason Steadman was selected unanimous MVP for the Class 2A All-State teams. 

Along with the trio, other local prep players to receive first team All-State honors were Grantsville baseball’s Greg Bleazard, Aaric Allred and Byron Anderson; Tooele softball’s Natalie Peschell, Tiffany England, Nikki Hill, Brandy Butler and Becky Workman; Tooele baseball’s Trent Pratt; Tooele soccer’s Travis Sorenson and Grantsville softball’s Angie Strickland, Heather Garrard and Jody Johnson.

In American Legion baseball, the Buffs exploded for four runs in the fourth frame to break open a close contest and cruise to a decisive 6-1 victory over Kearns at Dow James Park in Tooele.

Charlie Lawless scattered four hits in six innings and Trent Pratt finished the game on the mound by striking out the side.

5A All-State Softball

First Team

Ayden Fitch, Tooele

Second Team

McKinzy Lawson, Stansbury

3A All-State Softball

First Team

Kenzie Allen, Grantsville

Chloe Bytheway, Grantsville

Honorable Mention

Ellie Thomas, Grantsville

Sophia Crosby, Grantsville

Miyah Fields, Grantsville

Hole-In-One

Sharon Moe scored a hole-in-one on Thursday, June 9 on the No. 7 hole at Stansbury Park Golf Course from 86-yard out with a driver. Dollie Gregrich witnessed the shot.

Soccer probation

The Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) Executive Committee is making a stand against sportsmanship issues in the sport of Boys’ Soccer.

In a meeting June 8, the Executive Committee voted to place the sport of Boys’ Soccer on probation due to a rise in ejections related to unsportsmanlike conduct, removing two games from the sport’s contest limitations. UHSAA programs will now have 14 allowable contests, down from 16 contests.

The sport will remain on probation for the next three years, with the Executive Committee conducting an annual review of the sport’s progress in improving sportsmanship issues. The UHSAA will have no further comment on the reduction of contests.

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