Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

September 18, 2018
Sports Wrap – September 18, 2018

Stansbury volleyball
at Juan Diego

Heilala Kaufusi pounded out 19 kills and Annika Riggle added 13 more to lead the Stansbury volleyball team to a 25-13, 25-21, 22-25, 25-23 win over Juan Diego in a Region 11 match Thursday in Draper. Jaydn Gagnier added eight kills for the Stallions (8-5, 3-1 Region 11), and Linzie Hoffmann had six. Samantha Bryant had five aces, 11 digs and 44 assists, Kalee Philips had three aces, Hoffmann had 16 digs and Marina Riddle had 12 digs. Stansbury played host to Bonneville in a Region 11 match that was not complete at press time Tuesday night.  

Tooele girls soccer
vs. Juan Diego

Makenna McCloy’s hat trick, along with goals from Ashlee Walker and Whitney Murray, propelled the Tooele girls soccer team to a thrilling 5-3 victory over Juan Diego in a Region 11 match Monday afternoon at Tooele High School. The Buffaloes (3-7-1, 2-5 Region 11) led 2-1 at halftime and were able to fend off a tough challenge from the visiting Soaring Eagle. The Buffs will travel to Ogden on Wednesday for another Region 11 match.

Stansbury girls soccer
vs. Ogden

Mackenzie Landward and Maddy Graber each had a goal in the second half, but Stansbury’s comeback fell short as Ogden held on for a 4-2 win in a Region 11 match Monday afternoon at Stansbury High School. The Stallions (4-8, 2-6 Region 11) trailed 3-0 at halftime. Stansbury will travel to Park City for another Region 11 contest on Wednesday. 

Stansbury cross country
at BYU Autumn Classic

Stansbury junior Josh Oblad finished ninth overall in 16 minutes, 4.9 seconds to lead the Stansbury boys cross-country team to a seventh-place finish in the varsity 5-kilometer race at the BYU Autumn Classic on Saturday at East Bay Golf Course. Tyler Seeley was 50th overall in 16:54.0 for the Stallions. Carson Belnap was 72nd in 17:19.6, Talmage Ricks was 77th in 17:23.9 and Nathan Winters was 81st in 17:29.8. The Stansbury girls finished 13th of 20 teams and were led by Shelby Archer, who finished 68th in 21:08.8. Elena Allen was 73rd in 21:20.0, Eliza Beazer was 80th in 21:33.1, McKenna Rogers was 97th in 21:57.0 and Miranda Allen was 103rd in 22:11.2. Stansbury’s next race is Friday and Saturday at the Bob Firman Invitational in Boise, Idaho.


Greg Flannery recorded a hole-in-one Friday on the 15th hole at Oquirrh Hills Golf Course in Tooele. He sank his tee shot from 115 yards out using a pitching wedge. The shot was witnessed by Lonnie Pitt.

Brigham Young University
football at Wisconsin

The BYU football team worked its way into the Associated Press’ Top 25 poll with its 24-21 win over then-No. 6 Wisconsin on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis. The Cougars entered the poll at No. 25 after running back Squally Canada went off for 118 yards and two touchdowns on just 11 carries. Moroni Laulu-Pututau caught a 31-yard touchdown pass from Aleva Hifo on a trick play in the second quarter, and Skyler Southam’s 45-yard field goal in the fourth quarter provided the winning margin as Wisconsin missed a would-be game-tying field goal with 41 seconds left in the game. Former Stansbury High star Zayne Anderson had the first interception of his collegiate career for BYU (2-1). The Cougars will play host to McNeese State on Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo.

University of Utah football
vs. Washington

The University of Utah football team suffered its first loss of the season Saturday at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, losing 21-7 to No. 10 Washington in its Pac-12 Conference opener. The Utes (2-1, 0-1 Pac-12) managed just 261 yards of total offense, including 138 through the air as Utah suffered its sixth consecutive loss to a ranked opponent, a streak that dates back to a 30-24 win over Cal in 2015. Stansbury High graduate Alani Havili-Katoa did not play in Saturday’s game for Utah. The Utes are off this week, and will be back on the field Sept. 29 at Washington State.

Utah State University football
vs. Tennessee Tech

The USU football team racked up 621 yards of total offense, averaging 8.1 yards per play, in a 73-12 demolition of Tennessee Tech on Thursday at Maverik Stadium in Logan. Aggies quarterback Jordan Love was 21-for-26 for 236 yards and two touchdowns and Darwin Thompson rushed for 107 yards and a score on just six carries. The Aggies (2-1) recorded their highest point total since a 70-point outburst against Weber State in 2013, and scored at least 60 points in back-to-back games for the first time in school history. Former Stansbury Stallion Chase Christiansen had five tackles in the victory. USU will open Mountain West Conference play at home Saturday against Air Force.

Southern Utah University football at Arizona

The SUU football team suffered its second loss to a Pac-12 Conference opponent in as many weeks Saturday in Tucson, Ariz., as the visiting Thunderbirds fell 62-31 to Arizona. The T-Birds (0-3) managed 463 yards of total offense in the loss, led by a 27-of-44, 270-yard performance by quarterback Chris Helbig. Former Grantsville High star Gavin Eyre saw action in the game for Southern Utah, but didn’t record any statistics. SUU will hit the road for the third week in a row to face Northern Arizona in its Big Sky Conference opener Saturday in Flagstaff, Ariz.

Weber State University football vs. South Dakota

The Weber State football team knocked off No. 22 South Dakota 27-10 on Saturday at Stewart Stadium in Ogden behind a fumble recovery for a touchdown by former Stansbury High star Landon Stice and four field goals by Trey Tuttle. Stice’s 28-yard scoop-and-score came with 2:05 left in the first quarter and gave the Wildcats (2-1) an 11-0 lead. Darryl Denby added a 5-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter and Weber State eventually stretched its lead to 27-3 before the visiting Coyotes scored in the final 10 seconds. Stice added six tackles, half a tackle-for-loss, half a sack and a quarterback hurry. Another former Stallion, Iosua Opeta, started at left tackle for Weber State. The Wildcats will open Big Sky Conference play at home Saturday evening against Northern Colorado.

Real Salt Lake
vs. Minnesota United FC

Real Salt Lake was just six minutes away from three valuable points that would have pulled it even with LAFC for third place in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference. Unfortunately for the Claret and Cobalt, they couldn’t quite hang on, as Miguel Ibarra’s 84th-minute goal pulled visiting Minnesota United FC even in a 1-1 draw Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy. Damir Kreilach scored in the 11th minute for RSL (13-10-6, 45 pts.), which trails LAFC by two points and is just a single point ahead of fifth-place Seattle and sixth-place Portland. Real Salt Lake will face Atlanta United FC on Saturday in Atlanta.

HS football scores

Riverton 38, West Jordan 7

Morgan 28, Grantsville 14

Stansbury 42, Tooele 21

Canyon View 27, Cedar 14

Desert Hills 52, Hurricane 0

Dixie 13, Snow Canyon 7

Mountain View 32, Payson 28

Ogden 14, Bonneville 10

Park City 45, Ben Lomond 7

Logan 35, Green Canyon 28

Ridgeline 29, Mtn. Crest 28, OT

Sky View 29, Bear River 17

Timpanogos 49, Uintah 0

Emery 28, Judge Memorial 21

Union 35, Carbon 0

Juab 27, Richfield 21

North Sanpete 17, Juan Diego 14

Summit Academy 56, Manti 21

Fremont 21, Davis 14

Northridge 38, Clearfield 0

Syracuse 28, Layton 7

Granger 57, Hillcrest 24

Hunter 52, Cyprus 42

East 56, Taylorsville 7

Herriman 56, Copper Hills 0

American Fork 42, Westlake 7

Bingham 35, Pleasant Grove 32

Alta 36, Weber 23

Lone Peak 42, Kearns 0

Box Elder 21, Bountiful 20, 2OT

Roy 58, Woods Cross 28

Viewmont 42, Farmington 12

Highland 24, Murray 0

Olympus 42, West 12

Brighton 21, Skyline 15

Lehi 29, Maple Mountain 7

Springville 20, Jordan 16

Wasatch 45, Cottonwood 0

Delta 18, Millard 15

Gunnison 34, North Summit 31

South Summit 54, ALA 7

Grand 34, South Sevier 14

North Sevier 25, Enterprise 7

San Juan 27, Beaver 25

Altamont 18, Monticello 12

Duchesne 14, Kanab 6

Milford 44, Rich 7

Parowan 49, Layton Christian 21

Orem 51, Trabuco Hills (Calif.) 46

Notable HS girls soccer scores

Morgan 3, Grantsville 0

Desert Hills 2, Pine View 1

Dixie 5, Hurricane 1

Snow Canyon 6, Canyon View 1

Orem 2, Mountain View 1

Salem Hills 5, Spanish Fork 1

Uintah 1, Payson 1, tie

Logan 1, Green Canyon 0, 2OT

Mountain Crest 2, Sky View 0

Ridgeline 4, Bear River 0

Judge Memorial 13, S. Summit 0

Carbon 1, Union 0

Delta 2, Juab 0

Maeser Prep 4, Providence Hall 1

Manti 4, Emery 2

Richfield 3, North Sanpete 1

Tooele 5, Juan Diego 3

Ogden 4, Stansbury 2

Notable HS volleyball scores

Stansbury 3, Juan Diego 1 (25-13, 25-21, 22-25, 25-23)

Ogden 3, Ben Lomond 0 (25-8, 25-20, 25-12)

Park City 3, Bonneville 0 (25-17, 25-18, 25-23)

Desert Hills 3, Snow Canyon 1 (25-21, 25-18, 18-25, 25-20)

Dixie 3, Cedar 2 (22-25, 17-25, 25-18, 25-13, 15-11)

Orem 3, Payson 1 (25-19, 17-25, 31-29, 25-15)

Uintah 3, Mountain View 1 (25-16, 25-23, 16-25, 25-23)

Sky View 3, Green Canyon 2 (25-23, 19-25, 25-19, 24-26, 15-8)

Delta 3, Providence Hall 0 (25-22, 25-6, 25-16)

Maeser Prep 3, ALA 0 (25-14,
25-20, 25-20)

North Sanpete 3, Richfield 0
(25-23, 25-11, 25-11)

Morgan 3, Viewmont 0 (25-20, 25-9, 25-8)

Central (Calif.) 2, Desert Hills 0 (25-7, 25-17)

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (Calif.) 2, Desert Hills 0 (25-16, 25-10)

Sandra Day O’Connor (Ariz.) 2, Desert Hills 0 (26-24, 25-19)

Assumption (Ky.) 2, Bonneville 0 (25-18, 25-16)

Bonneville 2, Silverado (Nev.) 0 (25-16, 25-23)

Canyon Crest (Calif.) 2,
Bonneville 0 (25-19, 29-27)

Desert Hills 2, Arbor View (Nev.) 0 (25-22, 25-22)

Poly Prep (N.Y.) 2, Desert Hills 0 (25-21, 25-21)

Shadow Ridge (Nev.) 2,
Desert Hills 1 (25-21, 28-30, 25-17)

Wednesday’s games

Tooele girls soccer at Ogden,
3:30 p.m.

Stansbury girls soccer at Park City, 3:30 p.m.

Tooele and Stansbury cross country at Ben Lomond, 4 p.m. at Dinosaur Park
Thursday’s games

Tooele and Stansbury girls tennis at Region 11 tournament at Ogden, TBD

Grantsville girls tennis at Region 13 tournament at Liberty Park, TBD

Grantsville girls soccer
vs. South Summit, 3:30 p.m.

Tooele volleyball at Bonneville,
6 p.m.

Stansbury volleyball at Ogden,
6 p.m.

Grantsville volleyball
at South Summit, 7 p.m.


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