The 2014 fall season was better to Tooele High School than most fall seasons seem to be. Under the direction of head coach Kyle Brady, the football team started the season with five-straight wins for the first time since 1965. Finishing with an early exit in the first round of the Utah 3AA State Playoffs, the Buffaloes enjoyed what many consider to be their best season since the state championship team of 2002, with a final record of 7-4. The volleyball team also enjoyed success, going undefeated in Region 11 play to secure another region title before finishing eighth at the state tournament. The golf team also won region and took seventh at the state tournament, thanks in part to Braxton Quinn’s five-over-par in the contest. The girls soccer team showed promise early and started 2-1 with wins over Canyon View and Taylorsville, but finished with a first-round loss in the state tournament, 4-3 to North Sanpete. The tennis team struggled to send any athletes to the state tournament, and the cross-country teams improved a bit this season with the girls finishing 11th at state and the boys sending three individual runners to the meet.