Adult softball scheduled
Tooele County is now registering teams for co-ed, women and men’s adult softball.
Deadline is April 26. For more information, contact Aaron Perkins at 241-0057 or 843-4010.
Erda men’s, co-ed teams
Erda Men’s and Co-ed Softball Leagues are getting prepared for the 2005 seasons.
There will be men’s competition every Tuesday and co-ed on Thursday. The leagues are now accepting league fees and rosters for the upcoming season. There will be a firstcome, first-serve basis so get your entry fee and rosters in as soon as possible to reserve your place in the league. Entry fee is $350 per team. For more information contact Ty Judd at 882- 4479 or 840-4379.
Lady Buffs roll to victory
Two-time defending Class 3A State champion Tooele High Lady Buffs rolled to a decisive 11-0 triumph over Woods Cross Tuesday on the Lady Wildcats’ home field.
Lindsey Palmer smacked out two hits, including a solo home run, and scattered two hits in the shutout victory in the season debut on the hill for Tooele. Jessica Howsden, Laci Sweeda, Kelsey Mendenhall and Leslie Brunson all produced a pair of safeties. Paige Lowry and Amber Castagno recorded a hit each and Lowry scored twice.
Golf passes will expire soon
Oquirrh Hills Golf Course would like to remind all golfers that have a 2004 season pass that it will expire April 1.
2005 passes are now available at the pro shop. Trail fees for carts and storage fees are also due. Prices for the passes are the same as last year.
All golfers who have a credit or charge accounts at the Oquirrh Hills golf shop must have their accounts cleared up by March 31. Prize credits will be forfeited if not cleared by that date. Please check with the pro shop if not sure.
Call 882-4220 for more information.
Tooele soccer ties Lehi, falls to Judge
Tooele gave Judge Memorial a tough battle but dropped a tough hard fought decision to the Bulldogs in the boys’ soccer season debut Friday at THS.
The Buffs fought to a 0-0 tie with Lehi Monday, also at THS. Tooele will now prepare for a non-league affair against Cedar City Friday at 3:30 p.m. and then tangle with Pine View Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in St. George, also in preseason play.
Cowboys fall twice on road, at home
The Grantsville High School boys’ soccer squad dropped a pair of preseason affair against Hurricane and Millard Saturday at HHS.
The Cowboys did beat Carbon 2-1 Wednesday when Ian Anderson and Ilan Lemmon each produced one goal to lift Grantsville to the preseason triumph.
Grantsville also dropped a 3- 0 decision to Union Tuesday at GHs. The Cowboys host Logan Friday at 3:30 p.m. and then venture to Kamas Wednesday for a non-league affair against South Summit, at 3:30 p.m.
In another note, the Cowboys will host Ben Lomond March 18 at 7 p.m. at the GHS football field instead of the regular 3:30 p.m. contest. The junior varsity will play at 5 p.m. and there will be a $2 entry fee for the game.
Buffs stumble against Davis, 12-6
Davis exploded for 12 runs and rolled to a 12-6 victory over Tooele Monday at Dow James Park.
The Buffs will now prepare for the Dixie-Pizza Hut Classic Baseball tournament this week. Tooele tangles with Bishop Manogue Friday at 10 a.m. and then battle Bear River Friday at 4 p.m. Tooele is scheduled to meet Cedar City Saturday at 10 a.m. and then will play either at 4 or 7 p.m. pending seeding after the three games are decided.
Cowboys open year in St. George
Grantsville will open the 2005 baseball campaign this week in the Dixie-Pizza Hut Classic Baseball tournament.
The Cowboys are slated to tackle Dixie Friday at 1 p.m. and then meet Carbon Friday at 7 p.m. Grantsville is set to meet Wasatch Saturday at 1 p.m. and then will play at 4 or 7 p.m. Saturday pending their seeding from the previous three games.
Spring schedules still needed
The Tooele Transcript-Bulletin sports department is still in need of spring high school teams turning in their 2005 schedules.
The spring season has already begun for many Tooele County spring sports. But schedules and rosters need to be turned into the front office or FAX to 882-6123.
The 3 to 4 year-old junior soccer classes start March 8, Tuesday or Thursday 5-6 p.m.
The entry fee is $25.
This program is designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of soccer.
For more information, call Trina at 843-8471 or stop by P.L.A.Y.
Sports at 1212 N. Main St. Monday- Thursday 12-2 p.m. and 4:30-7 p.m.
Adult dodgeball is open to everyone age 18 and over.
The cost is $40 and includes a team T-shirt. Teams are 6-10 players and one female is required per team. Discounts will be given to full teams of six or more players.
Season starts March 16 and runs eight weeks with games once a week in the evening. A tournament at the end of the season features first and second place cash prizes.
For more information, call Trina at 843-8471.
Tooele boys soccer
This year’s Boys soccer game will be held on Saturday, April 9, at Tooele High School. Any past players who plan on playing must contact Coach Wilcox to reserve a spot. Players will not be allowed to play if they do not call. Coach Wilcox can be contacted at Tooele High at 833-1978, home at 843- 7013 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. ut.us. Please call ASAP to reserve your spot.
Tooele Babe Ruth needs uniforms, equipment returned The Tooele babe Ruth Baseball League is asking all parents and coaches to search their garages and closets for player pants and equipment. A number of pants were not returned at the end of last season. By reusing the pants each year the cost of registration can be reduced. Several coaches still have not turned in their equipment from last season. Those items are also critical to keeping league coasts to a minimum. If you have any of these items, please call 882-6854 for pick-up.