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San Juan Broncos blast past Red Devils for 47-7 win
Playing in their final home football game of the season, the Grand County High School Red Devils lost to the San Juan Broncos, 47-7 on Thursday, Oct. 16. Grand managed to stop the Broncos from scor...
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Two cross country runners qualify for state championship
The Grand County High School cross country team hosted the regional championships on Tuesday, Oct. 14 at the Moab Golf Club. Unfortunately, neither the girls or boys teams qualified for the state c...
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Wells named one of SUU’s Top 100 all-time football players
Grand County High School football coach Dennis Wells was recently named one of Southern Utah University’s Top 100 football players of all time. Wells, who played on defense and special teams for th...
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Lady Devils lose to Maeser Prep in opening round of soccer playoffs
The Grand County High School girls soccer team lost its opening-round playoff game at Maeser Preparatory Academy in Lindon last Wednesday, Oct. 15. Maeser Prep scored two goals in the first half to...
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  • Red Devil mountain bikers place fourth at Snowbasin
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.16.14 - 11:11 am
  • Football team beats Parowan
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.16.14 - 11:08 am
  • Lady Devils beat Wasatch Academy, play in Richfield tourney
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.16.14 - 11:13 am
  • Lady Devils set to open 2A soccer playoffs at Maeser Prep
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.16.14 - 11:20 am
  • Red Devils lose homecoming football game to Summit Academy
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.09.14 - 11:32 am
  • Lady Devils lose homecoming volleyball match to Emery High
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.09.14 - 11:43 am
  • Red Devils bikers place fourth in Park City event
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.09.14 - 11:34 am
  • Girls soccer team scores two wins
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.09.14 - 11:49 am
  • Lady Devils compete at state tennis tournament
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    10.09.14 - 11:51 am

  • <b><i>Special Olympics swimming medalists...<br></b></i>
A dozen local athletes who took part in a Special Olympics swim meet in Moab on Saturday, Sept. 13 are all smiles after receiving their medals. Moab Recreation and Aquatics Center aquatics manager Patrick Baril, who presented the awards after the races, commended all of the swimmers on a job well done, and thanked the family members and other supporters who had come to watch. Photo by Jeff Richards
    Special Olympics swimming medalists...
    A dozen local athletes who took part in a Special Olympics swim meet in Moab on Saturday, Sept. 13 are all smiles after receiving their medals. Moab Recreation and Aquatics Center aquatics manager Patrick Baril, who presented the awards after the races, commended all of the swimmers on a job well done, and thanked the family members and other supporters who had come to watch. Photo by Jeff Richards
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