Three Grantsville baseball players and three Grantsville lady track athletes earned Academic All-State honors this spring. GHS baseball players included Danny Nelson, Ky Fisher; GHS track recipients of the honor were Hailey Stevens, Kristen Rust and Lisa Sandberg. Other local athletes to earn the honor included Zach Jeffers, Tooele baseball; Ephraim Tripp, GHS soccer; Nathan Fisk, Tooele soccer; Claudia De La Cruz, Wendover golf.
Friends of NRA
The Tooele County Friends of NRA will hold its annual banquet and auction May 31 at the Deseret Peak Convention Center. Doors open at 5 p.m. Richard’s Roundup will cater the event. Drawings, games, silent and live auctions will raise funds to support national, Utah State and Tooele County shooting sports and firearm safety programs. Lots of guns, ammo, shooting accessories and collectible merchandise will be auctioned or given away as prizes. Please contact David Gumucio (435) 830-3337; Shawn Kelly (801) 859-6701; Valerie Tanner (801) 706-8488; Stephanie Barlow (801) 200-8055; or Michael Harrison (801) 448-2549 for ticket purchases and details. People may also purchase tickets online at www.friendsofnra.org. Advanced ticket purchases are encouraged as seating is limited.
Volleyball skills camp
The Tooele High School volleyball skills camp will be hosted by Top Court Camps, directed by Tom Peterson, the current Weber State Volleyball coach. College coaches and players instruct the campers at all skill levels in a three-day camp held June 16-18. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. It is an incredible opportunity to work with a college staff, said THS volleybal coach Kristi Brown. The cost is $130. Girls can register at theTooele High School Finance Office or contact Coach Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Freedom Run
Organizers are now taking registrations for the Kiwanis 5K Freedome Run 2014. To register go to 5kfreedomrun.eventbrite.com. For questions about sponsorship pleas contact Mike Fields (435) 840-4604 or Sandy Critchlow (435) 830-6657.
Tooele High School tennis coaches will conduct a summer tennis camp June 2-5 for students entering second grade through 9th grade. The camp will run from 8-10 a.m. for those in grades second through fifth, and from 10 a.m. to noon for grades sixth through ninth. Cost is $30. Conducting the clinic will be tennis coaches Lyle Nielson, Terry Weddle and varsity boys and girls players. For more information contact Nielson (541) 274-0290 or Weddle (435) 841-7735. Coaches will also answer emails at email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stansbury girls basketball
A Stansbury girls basketball fundamental camp will be held June 3-5 at the SHS gymnasium. The camp is for girls in grades seventh through 12th. Snow College womens basketball coach Natalie Visger will be one of the instructors. Register with coach McKenzie Newton at (801) 631-7708 or email@example.com.
Salt Lake Bees
The Salt Lake Bees finished a eight-game homestand with a 10-6 loss Monday to the Fresno Grizzlies at Smith’s Ballpark. The Bees gave up six runs in the first two innings, but Salt Lake starter Justing Thomas settled in and followed with five shutout innings for seven total innings pitched — the eighth time this season a Bees starter has recorded seven or more innings. Salt Lake added six runs to give Thomas the no decision. Yoslan Herrera (0-2) took the loss after giving the Grizzlies the lead in the eighth as Adam Reifer (3-0) claimed the win. Matt Long had two hits and two RBIs, including a solo shot to left field. Luis Jimenez was 4-4 on the night and Roberto Lopez added a home run. “We didn’t capitalize on opportunities to get the lead and to get ourselves back into the ball game,” said manager Keith Johnson in a release. “It’s been our Achilles heel all season.” The Bees hit the road for the next eight days, kicking off the trip at Tacoma and ending at Albuquerque. The team returns to Smith’s Ballpark for a four-game homestand against Sacramento on June 5.
Outdoor Adventure Days
A two-day Outdoor Adventure Days will be held June 13-14 at the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range, 6000 W. 2100 South in Salt Lake City. Learn more at wildlife.utah.gov. The Mule Deer Foundation put the event together.