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Red Devil boys win one, lose one at Duchesne tourney
The Grand County High School boys basketball team went 1-1 at the Eagle Classic Invitational tournament in Duchesne on Dec. 2 and 3. The Red Devils upended the host team Duchesne Eagles on Friday, ...
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GCHS swimmers record personal bests at Price, Cedar City meets
The Grand County High School swim team competed in two meets last week — a dual meet against Carbon on Tuesday, Nov. 29, followed by a two-day weekend meet hosted by Canyon View High School at the ...
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Red Devil wrestlers open season with fourth-place finish at Moab Invitational
The Grand County High School wrestling team opened its season with a fourth-place finish in its own home tournament on Dec. 2 and 3. According to GCHS head coach Dennis Wells, it was the Red Devils...
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Moab Sea Devils take third place at Gunnison invitational swim meet
The Moab Sea Devils community youth swim team placed third out of five teams at the Sanpitch Winter Splash invitational meet held in Gunnison, Utah on Saturday, Dec. 3. The host team Sanpete Dragon...
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  • Red Devils edge Union 46-44 in basketball
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    12.01.16 - 10:13 am
  • Red Devil wrestlers to open season with home tournament Dec. 2-3
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    12.01.16 - 10:20 am
  • Red Devil basketball team aims for strong 2016-2017 season
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    11.24.16 - 09:25 am
  • Red Devil football team falls to Beaver, 48-13
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    10.13.16 - 11:32 am
  • Volleyball team loses two matches on road
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    10.06.16 - 12:55 pm

  • <b>Opening match…</b<<br>
Freshman Julia Crane of the Grand County High School girls tennis team returns a ball during her singles match against Emery at Moab on Tuesday, Aug. 30. The Lady Devils won both of their doubles matches against the Lady Spartans, with Sarah Day and Jamie Day winning in No. 1 doubles and Kiersten Kimmerle and London Richards teaming up for a victory in No. 2 doubles. All three of Grand’s singles competitors lost, however, so Emery won the match 3-2. Later that same afternoon, Grand hosted the Manti Templars, with the Lady Devils winning just one of five varsity matches, as the Day sisters again picked up a victory in No. 1 doubles. Varsity singles players for Grand last week were Annie Kopell, Charly Koehler and Julia Crane, with Emma Millis playing junior varsity. This week, Grand was scheduled to travel to Millard and Delta in Millard County on Tuesday, Sept. 6 for two more region matches. Grand next plays at home on Tuesday, Sept. 13, when it hosts San Juan at 4 p.m. for its homecoming match.   Photo by Jeff Richards
    Opening match… Freshman Julia Crane of the Grand County High School girls tennis team returns a ball during her singles match against Emery at Moab on Tuesday, Aug. 30. The Lady Devils won both of their doubles matches against the Lady Spartans, with Sarah Day and Jamie Day winning in No. 1 doubles and Kiersten Kimmerle and London Richards teaming up for a victory in No. 2 doubles. All three of Grand’s singles competitors lost, however, so Emery won the match 3-2. Later that same afternoon, Grand hosted the Manti Templars, with the Lady Devils winning just one of five varsity matches, as the Day sisters again picked up a victory in No. 1 doubles. Varsity singles players for Grand last week were Annie Kopell, Charly Koehler and Julia Crane, with Emma Millis playing junior varsity. This week, Grand was scheduled to travel to Millard and Delta in Millard County on Tuesday, Sept. 6 for two more region matches. Grand next plays at home on Tuesday, Sept. 13, when it hosts San Juan at 4 p.m. for its homecoming match. Photo by Jeff Richards
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    Golf - DP World Tour championshipUnheralded Australian Sam Brazel shot a three-under 67 to grab a share of the lead with playing partner Rafa Cabrera Bello after the third round of the Hong Kong Open at Fanling on Saturday. Ranked 480th in the world, Brazel soared up the leaderboard with three birdies on the back nine as Spaniard Cabrera Bello, who had led by three strokes overnight, endured a roller-coaster even par round at the European Tour co-sanctioned event. Playing in the final group of the day, Cabrera Bello and Brazel strode down the par-four 18th fairway tied after both found the green safely with their second shots.


    2016-12-10 02:39:15 -0700

    Justin Rose has waved goodbye to the Hong Kong Open title, saying he was trating this year's event as "rehab" for a bad backJustin Rose admitted his Hong Kong Open title defence was all but over on Saturday and said he was treating the $2 million tournament as "rehab" for a painful back injury. Rose displayed signs of discomfort during his round but he said he was feeling his way back to fitness after pulling out of last week's Hero World Challenge with the back problem. "I'm out here doing my job, the physios out here have been great, the gym facilities at the hotel have been great.


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