Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

September 4, 2018
Sports Wrap – September 4, 2018

Grantsville girls soccer
vs. St. Joseph

The Grantsville girls soccer team routed St. Joseph 8-0 in a non-region Thursday afternoon, improving to 5-0 on the season behind four goals from sophomore striker Whitney Wangsgard. Alyssa Roberts, Kylee Haycock, Laura Sandberg and Talia Hawke also scored in the victory for Grantsville, while freshman goalkeeper Adalyn Enslen earned the shutout in net. The Cowboys opened their Region 13 schedule Tuesday in Kamas against South Summit in a game that was not complete at press time. Grantsville will return home for a non-region game against Kearns on Friday.

Stansbury volleyball
vs. Ben Lomond

Heilala Kaufusi had a team-high seven kills to go with four aces as the Stansbury volleyball team rolled to a 25-7, 25-4, 25-10 win over Ben Lomond in its first Region 11 game of the season Thursday night at Stansbury High School. Annika Riggle added five kills for the Stallions (6-4, 1-0 Region 11), Marina Riddle had eight aces, Samantha Bryant had 13 assists, five aces and five digs and Abby Butler had four aces for Stansbury. The Stallions were in Park City on Tuesday night for a region match against the Miners that was not complete at press time. Stansbury’s next home game is Sept. 11 against rival Tooele.

Tooele volleyball vs. Ogden

The Tooele volleyball team picked up its first win of the season Thursday night at home, defeating Ogden 25-14, 25-14, 25-17 in its Region 11 opener behind 10 kills from Gracee Dalton and six more from Brinley Smith. Sadee Simmons added 13 assists, six digs, four blocks, three aces and four kills for the Buffaloes (1-2, 1-0 Region 11). Tooele traveled to Ogden to face Ben Lomond in a region match that was not complete at press time Tuesday evening. The Buffs will play host to Park City on Thursday.

Grantsville volleyball
vs. Bear River

The Grantsville volleyball team held on for a 32-30, 18-25, 25-19, 27-25 win over Bear River in a non-region match Thursday night in Grantsville. Seniors Paige Ford and Hannah Butler each had eight kills and sophomores Halle Bartley and Maison White each had seven for the Cowboys (9-6), while senior Ashton Ekins had five aces, junior Callie Killian had 22 assists and nine digs and sophomore August Cowan had 14 digs. Grantsville will play host to St. Joseph on Wednesday night.

Dugway baseball vs. Telos

The Dugway baseball team lost to Telos 19-4 at home on Friday afternoon in a Class 1A North home game. The Mustangs (0-5, 0-4 Class 1A North) traveled to Eureka to face Tintic in region game that was not complete at press time Tuesday afternoon.

Tooele Athletic Wall of Fame

Tooele High School is accepting applications for the Annual Athletic Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony, to be held Friday, Sept. 21. Applicants must have graduated from THS at least 10 years ago. Email Athletic Director Catham Beer at cbeer@tooeleschools.org for an application or pick one up at Tooele High School  (301 W. Vine St. Tooele, UT 84074).  Application is due by 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 7.

University of Utah football
vs. Weber State

The University of Utah football team held Weber State to just 59 yards of total offense in a 41-10 win Thursday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City. Weber State (0-1) led 10-0 early in the game, thanks in large part to an interception by former Stansbury High standout Landon Stice, but the Utes (1-0) found their stride shortly after that as quarterback Tyler Huntley threw for 279 yards and four touchdowns and running back Zack Moss racked up 150 yards, including an 86-yard scoring run. Britain Covey, who recently returned from serving a mission in Chile for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had a 38-yard run and added seven catches for 79 yards in his first game since 2015 for the Utes. Thursday’s game featured three former Stansbury players, with Stice and Iosua Opeta playing for Weber State and Alani Havili-Katoa suiting up for Utah. Utah’s next game is Saturday at Northern Illinois, while Weber State travels to Cal Poly.

Brigham Young University football at Arizona

The BYU football team got its 2018 season off to a strong start, defeating Arizona 28-23 on Saturday in Tucson, Arizona. Squally Canada had 98 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries for the Cougars (1-0), while quarterback Tanner Mangum was 18-for-28 for 209 yards and a TD pass to Matt Bushman. Former Stansbury High star Zayne Anderson had five tackles for BYU. The Cougars will play their first home game of the season Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo against Cal.

Utah State University football

Utah State’s football team gave No. 11 Michigan State all it could handle before falling to the Spartans 38-31 on Saturday in East Lansing, Michigan, giving up the game-winning touchdown with two minutes remaining in regulation after Darwin Thompson’s 1-yard run had given them a 31-30 lead with 5:50 left. Utah State trailed 27-14 with 9:06 left in the third quarter before rallying. The Aggies (0-1) got 319 passing yards from quarterback Jordan Love, and Stansbury High product Chase Christiansen had nine tackles. USU will play host to New Mexico State in its home opener Saturday night at Maverik Stadium in Logan.

Southern Utah University football vs. North Alabama

The SUU football team dropped its season opener Saturday night at Eccles Coliseum in Cedar City, falling to North Alabama 34-30. The Thunderbirds (0-1) took a 30-27 lead with 2:02 left on James Felila’s 1-yard touchdown run, only to give up the game-winning touchdown on North Alabama’s ensuing drive as quarterback Christian Lopez found Dexter Boykin for a 1-yard TD with 12 seconds remaining. SUU had 532 yards of total offense, including a 28-for-38, 316-yard, two-TD performance from quarterback Chris Helbig, but allowed UNA to gain 556 yards of its own. Grantsville High graduate Gavin Eyre, a redshirt freshman for SUU, appeared in his second career collegiate game. SUU will travel to Oregon State on Saturday.

Real Salt Lake

For the second consecutive match, RSL erupted for six goals, this time in a 6-2 win over the LA Galaxy on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy. Real Salt Lake (13-10-5) found itself in a 1-0 hole before the match was even a minute old after the Galaxy (10-10-8) got a goal from Jonathan dos Santon, but Albert Rusnak pulled the Claret and Cobalt even with a tally of his own in the 14th minute. Damir Kreilach gave RSL the lead with a goal in the third minute of first-half stoppage time, and Jefferson Savarino’s goal three minutes after halftime extended the lead to 3-1. Kreilach’s second goal in the 61st minute added to RSL’s advantage before LA’s Romain Allessandrini scored in the 63rd minute. Rusnak scored his second of the evening five minutes later, and Kreilach completed his hat trick in the 71st minute. RSL, which sits fourth in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference, but just five points behind first-place FC Dallas with six matches remaining, will play host to Minnesota United on Sept. 15.

Salt Lake Bees

The Bees (71-68) closed out their 2018 season by losing four of their final five games, including a 7-6, 10-inning loss to the Fresno Grizzlies in Monday afternoon’s season finale at Smith’s Ballpark. Jabari Blash hit his league-leading 29th home run of the season to tie the game in the eighth inning after Salt Lake squandered a three-run lead late in the contest. The Bees tied their franchise record by striking out 16 Fresno batters in a 7-0 win Sunday evening, allowing only three hits along the way. Fresno won Friday’s series opener 14-9 and added an 8-2 win on Saturday. The Bees lost 3-2 to Reno on Thursday.

HS football scores
Thursday

Stansbury 47, Taylorsville 6

Highland (Idaho) 45, Ridgeline 7

Murray 37, Farmington 14
Friday

Grantsville 28, Manti 14

Dixie 49, Tooele 14

Bonneville 20, Bear River 0

Cedar 14, North Sanpete 6

Desert Hills 42, Kealakehe (Hawaii) 0

Fremont 45, Salem Hills 24

Juab 41, Hurricane 14

Logan 48, Ogden 26

Morgan 49, Ben Lomond 14

Mountain Crest 13, Box Elder 7

Orem 41,
Canyon Springs (Nev.) 14

Park City 27, South Summit 13

Payson 31, Emery 7

Pine View 49, Hunter 7

Shadow Ridge (Nev.) 36, Snow Canyon 29

Sky View 21, Springville 13

Spanish Fork 27,
Maple Mountain 14

Timpanogos 56, Canyon View 21

Union 21, Uintah 0

Viewmont 31, Green Canyon 10

Wasatch 45, Mountain View 14

Duchesne 21, Carbon 12

Richfield 42, Kanab 0

Skyline 26, Juan Diego 7

Summit Academy 62,
Judge Memorial 3

Davis 33, Layton 25

Northridge 27, Syracuse 24, OT

Weber 33, Clearfield 6

American Fork 31, Lehi 14

Bingham 27, Herriman 0

Corner Canyon 41, Westlake 7

Cyprus 41, Copper Hills 13

Granger 28, Bountiful 21

Highland 58, Hillcrest 0

Kearns 52, Cottonwood 0

Lone Peak 21, Liberty (Nev.) 10

Pleasant Grove 19, Jordan 7

Riverton 47, Provo 33

East 23, Alta 10

Olympus 52, Brighton 0

Skyridge 28, Roy 20

Timpview 31, Wayne Hills (N.J.) 28

Woods Cross 56, West 21

Bayfield (Colo.) 27, San Juan 0

Beaver 42, Delta 8

Enterprise 42, North Summit 0

Grand 56, ALA 14

Millard 26, North Sevier 7

South Sevier 63, Gunnison 28

Altamont 26, Carbon Sophs 0

Milford 42, Layton Christian 0

Monticello 45, Dolores (Colo.) 0

West Side (Idaho) 55, Rich 0

Notable HS girls soccer scores
Thursday

Grantsville 8, St. Joseph 0

Juan Diego 2, West Jordan 2, tie

Salem Hills 5,
American Heritage 2

Cedar 5, Dixie 2

Desert Hills 5, Canyon View 2

Hurricane 2, Snow Canyon 2, tie

Mountain View 5, Payson 0

Orem 2, Uintah 1, OT

Spanish Fork 3, Lehi 1

Carbon 5, ALA 1

Juab 5, Maeser Prep 0

Providence Hall 3, Union 2

Emery 5, Grand 1

Manti 5, North Sanpete 0

Notable HS volleyball scores
Thursday

Stansbury 3, Ben Lomond 0
(25-6, 25-4, 25-10)

Tooele 3, Ogden 0 (25-14, 25-14, 25-17)

Grantsville 3, Bear River 1 (32-30, 25-18, 19-25, 27-25)

Dixie 3, Canyon View 0 (25-19, 25-23, 25-17)

Snow Canyon 3, Cedar 0 (25-19, 25-14, 25-14)

Lehi 3, Mountain View 0 (25-18, 25-14, 25-18)

Orem 3, Uintah 2 (27-25, 19-25, 20-25, 30-28, 15-9)

Salem Hills 3, Payson 0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-20)

Green Canyon 3, Alta 1 (25-17, 19-25, 25-22, 25-17)

Sky View 3, Weber 2 (25-23,
12-25, 25-10, 23-25, 15-11)

Delta 3, Juab 1 (25-18, 27-25,
19-25, 25-22)

Maeser Prep 3, Providence Hall 2 (25-12, 23-25, 25-22, 17-25, 15-9)

Emery 3, North Sanpete 0 (25-13, 26-24, 25-15)

Clearfield 3, Judge Memorial 0 (25-21, 25-17, 25-16)

Manti 3, Rowland Hall 2 (25-21, 25-19, 19-25, 24-26, 15-9)

Morgan 3, Layton 0 (25-13,
25-16, 25-14)

Union 3, ALA 0 (25-5, 25-12,
25-13)

Notable HS baseball scores
Friday

Telos 19, Dugway 4

Schedule
Wednesday’s games

Tooele and Stansbury boys golf
at Ogden, 11 a.m. at Mount Ogden GC

Grantsville boys golf at Mountain Dell GC, 1:30 p.m.

Grantsville girls tennis at Morgan, 3:30 p.m.

Grantsville, Tooele and Stansbury cross country at Pre-Region Meet, 1:30 p.m. at Cottonwood Complex

Grantsville volleyball vs.
St. Joseph, 6 p.m.
Thursday’s games

Stansbury girls tennis vs. Tooele, 3 p.m.

Stansbury girls soccer vs. Tooele, 3:30 p.m.

Tooele volleyball vs. Park City,
6 p.m.

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