Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

November 29, 2018
Sports Wrap – November 29, 2018

Grantsville girls basketball
at Bear River

Hannah Butler had 16 points, 10 rebounds and six steals, Madison Fields had 12 points and Laura Sandberg added 10 to lead the Grantsville girls basketball team to a 58-48 win over Bear River on Tuesday night in Garland. Addison Smith and Ashlee Edwards each hit a 3-pointer in the win for Grantsville (2-0), which traveled to Kearns for a non-region game that was not complete at press time Thursday.

Dugway boys basketball
at Mount Vernon

The Dugway boys basketball team was shut out in the fourth quarter, turning a two-point lead into a 34-28 loss to Mount Vernon on Tuesday in Murray. The Mustangs (0-2) will travel to Utah Military (Ogden) on Tuesday.

Wendover girls basketball
vs. Pinnacle

The Wendover girls basketball team built a 27-4 halftime lead en route to a 63-15 win over Pinnacle on Wednesday at Wendover High School. Yanely Duenas led the Wildcats (3-1) with 14 points, including three 3-pointers, and Diana Solano added 12. Wendover faces Intermountain Christian on Friday at home.

Wendover boys basketball
vs. Pinnacle

The Wendover boys basketball team scored 52 first-half points and cruised to a 79-38 win over Pinnacle on Wednesday at Wendover High School. Saul Valle had a game-high 14 points for the Wildcats (2-0), while Brayan Mendoza and Jaime Montalvo each had 13 and Keyshawn Rodriguez had 10. Wendover hit nine 3-pointers in the victory. The Wildcats will take part in a tournament in Wells, Nevada, on Friday and Saturday.

Weber State men’s basketball vs. Benedictine (Arizona)

Brekkott Chapman had 18 points, hitting 6-of-7 from 3-point range to lead Weber State to a 100-61 win over Benedictine on Tuesday at the Dee Events Center in Ogden. Jerrick Harding had 15 points and Cody John, Ricky Nelson and Israel Barnes each had 11 for the Wildcats (4-2), who led for all but 15 seconds of game time. Weber State will play host to BYU on Saturday.

Southern Utah women’s
basketball vs. BYU

SUU outscored in-state rival BYU 23-9 in the third quarter as the Thunderbirds beat the Cougars 67-64 on Tuesday at the America First Event Center in Cedar City. Harley Hansen had 18 points and eight rebounds to lead Southern Utah (2-3), while Breanu Reid had 15, Rebecca Cardenas had 12 and Ashley Larsen had 11. Brenna Chase led BYU (5-2) with 14 points. Shaylee Gonzales had 13, Paisley Johnson had 11 and Shalae Salmon had 10. The T-Birds will face Oral Roberts on Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while the Cougars faced Utah Valley in Orem in a game that was not complete at press time Thursday.

Utah State men’s basketball vs. Northern Iowa

Sam Merrill’s 20 points led Utah State to a 71-52 win over Northern Iowa on Wednesday at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum in Logan, keeping the Aggies undefeated on their home floor this season. USU (6-1) had 10 players score in the game and led virtually wire-to-wire. The Aggies will face UC Irvine on Saturday in Irvine, California.

Utah Valley men’s basketball vs. Western State (Colorado)

UVU picked up its 17th consecutive home victory Wednesday night, beating Division II Western State (Colorado) 82-59 at the UCCU Center in Orem. Jake Toolson led the Wolverines (5-3) with 19 points, while Conner Toolson had 18 and Connor MacDougall had 14. Utah Valley will play host to Denver on Saturday.

BYU men’s basketball
at Illinois State

Yoeli Childs had 27 points and 16 rebounds and teammate TJ Haws had 22 points and eight rebounds, but BYU lost 92-89 to Illinois State in overtime Wednesday night in Normal, Illinois. The Cougars (5-3) shot just 29-for-72 (40.3 percent) from the field, including 6-for-28 (21.4 percent) from 3-point range, and allowed the Redbirds to erase a 16-point second-half deficit. BYU will face in-state foe Weber State on Saturday at the Dee Events Center in Ogden.

Weber State women’s basketball vs. UTEP

Emily Drake had 18 points and Jaiamoni Welch-Coleman just missed a triple-double with 16 points, nine rebounds and nine assists as Weber State defeated UTEP 68-63 on Wednesday at the Dee Events Center in Ogden. The Wildcats (3-3) shot 10-for-21 from 3-point range and held the Miners to a 22-for-74 effort from the field. Weber State faces Pepperdine next Wednesday in Malibu, California.

Utah State women’s basketball at Portland

Shannon Dufficy had 19 points and 14 rebounds in a losing effort for Utah State as the Aggies dropped a 61-54 decision to Portland on Wednesday in Portland, Oregon. USU (2-5) led 40-34 through three quarters, but was outscored 27-14 o\ver the final 10 minutes. The Aggies will face UTSA next Wednesday in San Antonio.

Utah Jazz

Hours after reacquiring shooting guard Kyle Korver in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to ESPN reports, the Jazz defeated the Brooklyn Nets 101-91 on Wednesday at Barclays Center in New York. Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz (10-12) with 29 points and Rudy Gobert had 23 points and 16 rebounds. Royce O’Neale had 13 points and Raul Neto had 11. Earlier in the day, the Jazz reportedly sent Alec Burks, the team’s longest-tenured player, and two second-round draft picks to Cleveland in exchange for Korver, who previously played for Utah from 2007-10. The Jazz will face the Charlotte Hornets in another road game Friday.

Notable HS boys basketball scores
Tuesday

Mount Vernon 34, Dugway 28

Fremont 68, Ridgeline 52

Mountain View 63, American Heritage 48

Payson 77, Juab 52

Timpanogos 71, Spanish Fork 52

Timpview 74, Orem 70

Emery 73, Union 61

Grand 88, Green River 66

Montezuma-Cortez (Colorado) 82, San Juan 76

Summit Academy 61, ICS 52
Wednesday

Bear River 67, Stansbury 39

Kearns 89, Grantsville 55

Wendover 79, Pinnacle 38

Granger 65, Ben Lomond 61

Green Canyon 70,
Judge Memorial 62

Morgan 57, Park City 55

Weber 43, Salem Hills 42

Delta 76, Beaver 40

Providence Hall 54, Millard 38

South Sevier 76, North Sevier 59

Notable HS girls basketball scores
Tuesday

Grantsville 58, Bear River 48

Bonneville 84, Morgan 70

Delta 49, Canyon View 41

Granger 44, Ben Lomond 22

Green Canyon 48, Riverton 44

Juan Diego 43, Alta 32

Kanab 61, Dixie 40

Lehi 65, Lone Peak 59

Logan 71, West Jordan 28

Mountain Crest 46,
Mountain View 40

Payson 54, Cottonwood 25

Skyline 45, Sky View 41

South Summit 49, Park City 40

Spanish Fork 56, Farmington 49

Springville 44, Salem Hills 26

Syracuse 51, Ogden 22

Box Elder 66, Judge Memorial 54

Gunnison 59, ALA 25

Millard 56, Richfield 45

Monticello 56, Grand 38

North Summit 59, Juab 37

Piute 37, North Sanpete 33

Providence Hall 41, Tintic 36

South Sevier 50, North Sevier 21
Wednesday

Wendover 63, Pinnacle 15

Fremont 47, Sky View 34

Ridgeline 56, Viewmont 41

Skyridge 58, Mountain View 42

Taylorsville 62,
Summit Academy 55

Schedule
Friday’s games

Grantsville swimming
at Richfield Invitational

Stansbury wrestling
at Millard Duals

Tooele wrestling at Skyhawk Showdown at Salem Hills HS

Wendover boys basketball at Wells (Nevada) Tournament

Grantsville boys basketball
vs. Manti, 1 p.m. at Sevier Valley Center

Tooele boys basketball
vs. Pine View, 2:30 p.m. at Sevier Valley Center

Stansbury boys basketball
vs. Dixie, 4 p.m. at Sevier Valley Center

Wendover girls basketball vs. ICS, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s games

Stansbury wrestling
at Millard Duals

Tooele wrestling at Skyhawk Showdown at Salem Hills HS

Wendover boys basketball
at Wells (Nevada) Tournament

Grantsville boys basketball
vs. Delta, 9 a.m. at Sevier Valley Center

Stansbury boys basketball
vs. Desert Hills, noon at Sevier Valley Center

Tooele boys basketball vs Dixie, 1:30 p.m. at Sevier Valley Center

Wendover girls basketball
vs. Tabiona, 6 p.m.
Tuesday’s games

Dugway boys basketball
at Utah Military (Ogden), 7 p.m.

Tooele boys basketball
vs. Hillcrest, 7 p.m.

Stansbury girls basketball
at Skyridge, 7 p.m.

Tooele girls basketball
at Grantsville, 7 p.m.

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