Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

May 9, 2017
Sports Wrap – May 9, 2017

Grantsville baseball at Stansbury

The Grantsville baseball team rallied for five runs in the top of the seventh inning, including a bases-loaded triple by Jake Paxton, to upend Stansbury 9-5 on Thursday. Brady Arbon and Trevor Colson each drove in a pair of runs for the Cowboys. Mitch McIntyre was 2-for-3 with a double and three RBIs for Stansbury (13-9, 9-3 Region 10), which traveled to Skyline for a non-region game on Tuesday.

Tooele baseball at Grantsville

Grantsville scored seven runs in the second inning en route to a 12-2 win over Tooele in five innings on Friday. Brayden Peterson went 2-for-3 with a home run, a double and four RBIs for the Cowboys, and Coy Johnson was 1-for-2 with a double and three RBIs. Shaden Lazenby was the winning pitcher, allowing two runs on three hits with three strikeouts and two walks.

Track and field at BYU Invitational

Some of Tooele County’s top track athletes competed at the BYU Invitational in Provo, with Stansbury junior Sami Oblad making a strong showing. Oblad finished second in the 3A-5A 400-meter dash with a personal-best time of 56.64 seconds, and was third in the 100 (12.78) and 200 (25.41). Her Stansbury teammate, sophomore Aubree Cheney, posted a season-best time of 1:00.67 in the 400, one hundredth of a second faster than the state qualifying standard. Grantsville’s Sabrina Allen posted a season-best time in the 800 (2:35.63) and personal-bests in the 1,600 (5:32.07) and 3,200 (11:54.34), and Abby Silva had a personal-best mark in the javelin of 101 feet, 7 inches. Grantsville’s Ashlee Edwards went 16 feet, 1/4 inch in the long jump for a personal-best mark. Stansbury’s Samantha Bryant had PRs in the 100 (13.59), 200 (27.81) and long jump (15-4 1/4). For the boys, Stansbury’s Silas Young had a PR in the 100, finishing his heat race in 11.10, and Casey Roberts had a PR in the 200 with a 22.47. Josh Wintch set a new PR in the 1,600, finishing in 4:27.71, and Xander Littlefield’s PR of 51.42 in the 400 just missed the state qualifying standard. Josh Oblad posted a PR of 9:54.02 in the 3,200. Grantsville’s Gavin Eyre had a toss of 163-7 in the javelin, a personal-best.

Stansbury softball vs. Salem Hills

The Stansbury softball team beat Salem Hills 9-2 in a non-region game Monday in its final home game of the season. The Stallions will wrap up the regular season Wednesday at Alta.

Girls golf at Park City

The Stansbury girls golf team finished second in Monday’s Region 10 match in Park City, while Grantsville finished fourth and Tooele was fifth. Brittnee Buckingham led Stansbury with an 18-hole score of 94, good for a fifth-place tie overall. Mia Thurber and Tess Alder tied for ninth with 101s, and Michal Broadhead shot 102. Abby Silva led Grantsville with a 105. Alivia Leonelli shot 107, Erin Shipman shot 108 and Mazi Chipman shot 111 for the Cowboys. Tooele’s Emily Medina shot 99 to finish eighth overall. Raegen Root shot 103, Brooklyn Smart shot 117 and Gabby Dobson shot 124. The state tournament begins May 17 at Sleepy Ridge Golf Course in Orem.

Tooele softball at West

The Tooele softball team gave up four runs in the fifth inning and lost 4-0 to West in a non-region game Monday in Salt Lake City. The Buffaloes (12-11) will enter the state tournament as the No. 2 seed from Region 10.

Notable HS boys soccer scores

Tooele 2, N. Sanpete 1

Stansbury 5, Juab 0

Canyon View 2, Union 1

Juan Diego 2, Desert Hills 0

Logan 2, Dixie 1

Park City 8, Carbon 0

Ridgeline 3, Cedar 2

Snow Canyon 2,
Ben Lomond 0


Ridgeline 2, Stansbury 1

Snow Canyon 8, Tooele 0

Juan Diego 4, Park City 0

Logan 2, Canyon View 0

ALA 1, Manti 1, (2OT) (ALA wins 1-0 in PKs)

Layton Christian 4, Providence Hall 0

Millard 4, Summit Academy 3

S. Summit 6, Delta 0

Notable HS softball scores

Tooele 4, Union 3

Logan 16, Morgan 1

Juab 13, Canyon View 3

Stansbury 7, Grantsville 6

Union 16, Park City 4

Cedar 10, Desert Hills 0

Pine View 10, Dixie 0

Snow Canyon 13, Hurricane 0

Bear River 5, Ridgeline 1

Juan Diego 14, Morgan 12

Logan 17, Ben Lomond 1

N. Sanpete 10, Lone Peak 0

Stansbury 9, Salem Hills 2

West 4, Tooele 0

Carbon 13, Gunnison 5

Woods Cross 5, Logan 4

Park City 16, Ben Lomond 5

Notable HS baseball scores

Grantsville 9, Stansbury 5

Payson 5, Tooele 1

Park City 6, Union 0

Juan Diego 17, Ben Lomond 0

Grantsville 12, Tooele 2

Desert Hills 7, Hurricane 1

Dixie 6, Cedar 1

Pine View 8, Snow Canyon 3

Bear River 11, Logan 1

Morgan 12, Ben Lomond 0

Ridgeline 9, Juan Diego 6

Canyon View 8, Juab 1

Richfield 8, N. Sanpete 4

Carbon 12, Skyridge 1

Morgan 6, Logan 1

Morgan 3, Logan 2

Ridgeline 20, Ben Lomond 1


Grantsville softball vs. Bonneville, 3:30 p.m.

Stansbury softball at Alta,
3:30 p.m.

Utah Jazz

The Utah Jazz were eliminated from the NBA playoffs Monday night, falling to the Golden State Warriors 121-95 in Game 4 of their Western Conference semifinal series at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City. The Warriors’ Stephen Curry led all scorers with 30 points. Gordon Hayward led Utah with 25 points. Shelvin Mack had 18 points, Rudy Gobert had 12 points and 13 rebounds, and Dante Exum had 15 points off the bench for the Jazz.

Real Salt Lake

RSL suffered its third consecutive loss Saturday night, losing 3-0 to FC Dallas at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy. Real Salt Lake (2-6-2) has been outscored 9-1 in its past three matches. The team hits the road to face the New England Revolution on Saturday.

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