Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

November 20, 2014
Stansbury High Fall Sports Wrap Up

The 2014 fall sports season was incredibly successful for Stansbury High, led by the football team’s third region championship in four years.

The Stallions went 9-1 through the regular season, with their only defeat coming at the hands of Class 3AA finalist Hurricane in a non-region game. Stansbury went 6-0 in Class 3AA North play, earning a first-round bye. The Stallions’ season ended in stunning fashion as Dixie rallied for a 49-42 win in the state quarterfinals.

The girls soccer team posted a 12-3-1 record, including a 6-1-1 mark that earned the Stallions a second-place finish in Region 11. Stansbury beat Juab 8-0 in the first round of the state tournament before losing to Dixie in the second round.

The volleyball squad went 14-8 overall and finished second in Region 11 with a 6-2 record. That earned the Stallions a trip to the state tournament, where Stansbury fell in the first round to Hurricane.

Boys cross-country runner Jaden Torgerson brought home an individual state championship, finishing the Class 3A race in 15 minutes, 40 seconds to beat his nearest competitor by more than four seconds. The Stallions finished second overall, with all five scoring runners finishing in the top 22.

The Stansbury girls cross-country team finished fourth in Class 3A, led by junior Maggie Beazer’s eighth-place finish at the state finals.

The girls tennis team tied for eighth in the state tournament, with No. 1 singles player Sydney Squires and the No. 1 doubles team of Kallie Stewart and Alyssa Guymon each advancing to the second round.

The boys golf team finished third in Region 11.

Francie Aufdemorte

Photo Editor at Tooele Transcript Bulletin
Francie Aufdemorte is photo editor for the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin. A Tooele County native, she graduated from Tooele High School in 1989, and with a degree in English from the University of Utah in 2001. She next studied filmmaking at the New York Film Academy in 2005, from which she earned a certificate of completion. Her ties to community journalism begin in 2005 when she worked for the Magna Times for two years, handling everything from classified advertising to editing and proofing news stories. While there she also created and maintained a new website for the newspaper. In 2007, she opened a Salt Lake-based studio called Book Cliff Photography. As principle photographer, she worked both editorial and commercial assignments, including portraiture and weddings. As photo editor, Aufdemorte photographs news, features, sports and advertising for the Transcript-Bulletin and supplemental publications, while also managing and assigning the newspaper’s freelance photographers.

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