Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

October 16, 2018
Sports Wrap – October 16, 2018


Lee Treadway recorded a hole-in-one on the 15th hole at Oquirrh Hills Golf Course in Tooele on Friday. He put his tee shot in the hole using a 9-wood. The shot was witnessed by Chris Grane and Leonard Homequest.

Grantsville volleyball vs. Summit Academy

The Grantsville volleyball team clinched a postseason berth with its three-set win over Summit Academy on Thursday at Grantsville High School. The Cowboys (13-10, 3-4 Region 13) wrapped up the regular season Tuesday night in Salt Lake City against Judge Memorial in a Region 13 match that was not complete at press time.

Stansbury volleyball at Bonneville

The Stansbury volleyball team dropped its second Region 11 match in a row Thursday night in Washington Terrace, falling 14-25, 25-15, 25-23, 25-11 to Bonneville to slip into third place in the region standings. The Stallions (15-12, 7-4 Region 11) finished regular-season play Tuesday at home against Ogden in a region match that was not complete at press time.

Tooele volleyball at Juan Diego

The Tooele volleyball team was eliminated from postseason contention with a 25-14, 25-21, 25-23 loss to Juan Diego in a Region 11 match Thursday night in Draper. The defeat dropped the Buffaloes (7-13, 4-7 Region 11) into fifth place in the region standings, with the top four teams advancing to next week’s Class 4A state tournament. The Buffs finished their season at home Tuesday night against Bonneville in a match that was not complete at press time.

Junior Stallions basketball

Basketball season is just around the corner — don’t miss out on Junior Stallions basketball! Junior Stallions basketball offers eight Saturday skill building sessions with high school coaches and players, a recreational league that guarantees eight games for each participant, a t-shirt and a Stallion camp basketball. The program begins Nov. 10 and is open to players in kindergarten through eighth grade. Cost is $60 for skill enhancement and fundamental sessions, $60 for the recreational league or $100 for both. For more information, visit or email

University of Utah football vs. Arizona

Quarterback Tyler Huntley threw two touchdown passes, caught a TD pass from wide receiver Britain Covey and ran for a score to lead the Utah football team to a 42-14 win over Arizona in a Pac-12 Conference game Friday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City. The Utes (4-2, 2-2 Pac-12) outgained Arizona (3-4, 2-2) 495-318, including a 230-72 margin in rushing yards. Stansbury High graduate Alani Havili-Katoa saw action in the game for Utah. Samson Nacua and Demari Simpkins each caught a TD pass and Armand Shyne ran for a score for the Utes, who play host to Southern California in their homecoming game Saturday night.

Brigham Young University football vs. Hawaii

Zach Wilson threw three touchdown passes in his first game as BYU’s starting quarterback, leading the Cougars to a 49-23 win over Hawaii on Saturday night at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo. The Cougars (4-3) had 280 yards rushing in the win, led by Matt Hadley (nine carries, 91 yards, one TD) and Lopini Katoa (16 carries, 85 yards, one TD). Stansbury High graduate Zayne Anderson did not play in the game for BYU. The Cougars will enjoy a bye week before facing Northern Illinois on Oct. 27 in DeKalb, Illinois.

Utah State University football vs. UNLV

Jordan Love was 17-for-23 for 322 yards and five touchdowns through the air and the Utah State defense had seven quarterback sacks, leading the Aggies to a 59-28 win over UNLV in a Mountain West Conference game Saturday at Maverik Stadium in Logan. David Woodward had 12 tackles, 3.5 tackles-for-loss and three sacks for USU (5-1, 2-0 MWC), while Stansbury High graduate Chase Christiansen had six tackles in the win. The Aggies will travel to Laramie, Wyoming, on Saturday to face Wyoming in a Mountain West Conference game.

Southern Utah University football vs. Sacramento State

The SUU football team broke through for its first victory of the season Saturday, defeating Sacramento State 48-27 in a Big Sky Conference game at Eccles Coliseum in Cedar City. The Thunderbirds (1-5, 1-2 Big Sky) won despite giving up 549 yards of total offense to the visiting Hornets (2-4, 0-3), but were able to overcome a 21-7 first-quarter deficit. Grantsville High’s Gavin Eyre played in the victory for SUU, but did not record any statistics. The T-Birds will hit the road this week to face Idaho on Saturday afternoon. 

Weber State University football vs. Eastern Washington

The Weber State football team got all the points it needed in the first quarter, thanks to a 75-yard punt return by Josh Davis and a 38-yard touchdown catch by Rashid Shaheed in a 14-6 win over Eastern Washington in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday at Stewart Stadium in Ogden. Eastern Washington (5-2, 3-1 Big Sky) had just 247 yards of total offense, as Stansbury High graduate Landon Stice had six tackles, a tackle-for-loss and an interception in the win for the Wildcats (4-2, 2-1). Stansbury’s Iosua Opeta started at left tackle for Weber State. The Wildcats will play host to Big Sky Conference foe Montana State on Saturday.

Utah Jazz

Rudy Gobert led six Jazzmen in double-figures as Utah blew out the Sacramento Kings 132-93 in their preseason finale Thursday night in Sacramento. Alec Burks had 17 points, Derrick Favors had 11 points and 12 rebounds, Donovan Mitchell had 13 points, Jae Crowder had 12 and Grayson Allen had 14. The teams will meet in Wednesday’s regular-season opener in Sacramento.

HS football scores

Bonneville 17, Stansbury 7

Park City 42, Tooele 21

Ogden 56, Ben Lomond 26

Orem 63, Payson 0

Salem Hills 52, Mountain View 21

Spanish Fork 55, Uintah 6

Olympus 49, Skyline 0

Brighton 45, Cottonwood 0

Corner Canyon 49, Alta 21

Jordan 18, Timpview 7

Provo 40, Wasatch 22

Skyridge 38, Maple Mountain 13

Timpanogos 21, Springville 14, OT

Duchesne 21, Altamont 6

Grantsville 56, Emery 22

Carbon 42, Judge Memorial 28

Morgan 32, Union 6

Juab 36, North Sanpete 29

Richfield 14, Manti 7

Summit Acad. 28, Juan Diego 19

Logan 31, Bear River 14

Mtn. Crest 42, Green Canyon 0

Sky View 38, Ridgeline 13

Cyprus 38, Westlake 19

Davis 13, Syracuse 12

Fremont 39, Clearfield 29

Weber 21, Layton 10

Hunter 46, Hillcrest 0

Kearns 34, Granger 7

East 56, West Jordan 28

Riverton 14, Herriman 13

Taylorsville 47, Copper Hills 24

Bingham 28, American Fork 24

Lone Peak 28, Pleasant Grove 16

Box Elder 35, Woods Cross 34

Roy 52, Farmington 21

Viewmont 35, Bountiful 0

Highland 48, West 0

Lehi 45, Murray 10

Delta 42, ALA 21

Millard 42, Gunnison 6

S. Summit 50, N. Summit 0

Grand 23, San Juan 8

Beaver 28, Enterprise 10

South Sevier 24, North Sevier 20

Layton Christian 30, Rich 13

Milford 32, Monticello 26

Parowan 27, Kanab 21, OT

HS girls soccer scores
Class 6A quarterfinals

Davis 2, American Fork 1

Layton 2, Westlake 1, OT

Lone Peak 1, Northridge 0

Syracuse 1, Pleasant Grove 0
Class 5A quarterfinals

Corner Canyon 3, Maple Mountain 1

Murray 5, Roy 1

Skyline 2, Viewmont 1, 2OT

Timpview 2, Skyridge 0
Class 2A play-in

Beaver 4, Utah Military-Ogden 2
Class 4A quarterfinals

Logan 2, Bonneville 1, 2OT

Mountain Crest 2, Lehi 1

Orem 1, Sky View 0

Snow Canyon 2, Ogden 0
Class 3A quarterfinals

Juab 2, Richfield 2, Juab wins 3-2 in PKs

Judge Memorial 4, Emery 0

Morgan 1, Manti 0

Summit Academy 2, Delta 0
Class 2A quarterfinals

Millard 2, Draper APA 1

Parowan 2, St. Joseph 0

Rowland Hall 8, Gunnison 0

Waterford 8, Beaver 0

Notable HS volleyball scores

Milford 3, Wendover 0

Tintic 3, Dugway 0

Grantsville 3, Summit Academy 0

Bonneville 3, Stansbury 1

Juan Diego 3, Tooele 0

Salem Hills 3, Orem 0

Spanish Fork 3, Uintah 1

Mountain View 3, Payson 1

Green Canyon 3, Bear River 1

Mountain Crest 3, Logan 1

Sky View 3, Ridgeline 0

Morgan 3, South Summit 0

Delta 3, Carbon 0

Juab 3, ALA 0

Union 3, Maeser Prep 0

Emery 3, Manti 0

Pleasant Grove 3, Green Canyon 0

San Juan 3, South Sevier 0

Grand 3, Richfield 1

San Juan 3, Richfield 0

Grand 3, South Sevier 2

Wednesday’s games

Stansbury and Tooele cross country at Class 4A state meet at Sugar House Park

Grantsville cross country at Class 3A state meet at Sugar House Park

Tooele football at Mountain Crest, 7 p.m.

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