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GCHS girls soccer team falls to Manti, Emery
The Grand County High School girls soccer team lost twice last week, falling to Emery 2-1 at Moab on Tuesday, Sept. 13 and losing at Manti 7-1 two days later. Against Emery, which was Grand’s homec...
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Golf team remain undefeated after win in Monticello tourney
Week in and week out, the Grand County High School boys golf team has been a model of consistency this season, winning each of its region matches by double-digit margins. Last week was no exception...
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Lady Devils lose volleyball matches to Monticello, Emery
The Grand County High School volleyball team lost twice at home last week, falling to both Monticello and Emery. Against Monticello on Tuesday, Sept. 13, the Lady Devils were swept by the Lady Buck...
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Grand cross-county runners compete Sept. 16 at Durango
The Grand County High School cross-county team took a total of six runners to Durango, Colorado, for the annual Southwest Sunset XC Classic on Friday, Sept. 16. “What makes this race unique is that...
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  • Red Devil football team defeats Gunnison Bulldogs, 28-14
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    09.15.16 - 11:05 am
  • Red Devil cross-country teams compete at North Sevier meet
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    09.15.16 - 11:08 am
  • Volleyball team loses to Blanding, Gunnison
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    09.15.16 - 11:11 am
  • Football team loses on the road to ALA, 21-18
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    09.08.16 - 11:21 am
  • Grand places fifth in first 2016 season mountain bike race
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    09.08.16 - 11:22 am
  • GCHS cross-country teams compete at Loyd’s Lake Classic
    by Jeff Richards
    The times-Independent
    09.08.16 - 11:18 am

  • <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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  • Lady Devils edged by San Juan in tennis
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    09.22.16 - 12:13 pm
  • GCHS wrestlers fall to Monticello, compete at Dove Creek
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    12.17.15 - 10:46 am
  • Lady Devil volleyball team loses at San Juan
    by By Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.01.15 - 10:24 am
  • Lady Devils volleyball opens region play with wins
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    09.17.15 - 10:18 am
  • Lady Devil tennis team goes 1-4 in season’s first match
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    09.03.15 - 10:47 am
  • national news
    By Larry Fine CHASKA, Minnesota, Sept 27 (Reuters) - U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III, tired of losing and seeking new ways to motivate, invoked the rah-rah style of American football coaches on Tuesday on how he would rally his team past Europe. The United States, who once dominated the biennial match play competition, have lost three times in a row and eight of the last 10 and are desperate to end Europe's run at Hazeltine National starting on Friday. This is the best golf team maybe ever assembled." European veteran Sergio Garcia told reporters that his team mates had taken notice and were using it for their motivation.
    2016-09-27 13:57:39 -0600

    "At the end of the day, you don't win Ryder Cups with your mouth," Sergio Garcia saidSergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy fired up European passions Tuesday at the Ryder Cup, taking exception to US captain Davis Love's contention that his Americans might be the best team ever. "At the end of the day, you don't win Ryder Cups with your mouth," Garcia said. European teams have won three consecutive Ryder Cups, seeking an unprecedented fourth in a row this week at Hazeltine, while the Americans have lost six of the past seven and eight of 10.


    2016-09-27 13:52:03 -0600

    Arnold Palmer won a US record 22 matches with eight lost and two halved in Ryder Cup play from 1961-1973, winning in all six of his Cup appearances as a player, once while also captainStill-mourning US and European Ryder Cup teams began planning Tuesday to attend Arnold Palmer's memorial service while Sergio Garcia pondered Palmer spiritually joining Seve Ballesteros to watch over them. "I'm sure he will be out there looking down, probably talking to Seve a little bit and seeing who is going to win it," Garcia said, recalling his Spanish compatriot and friend who died in 2011 of brain cancer. Palmer also served as a US captain in 1975.


    2016-09-27 13:47:30 -0600