Lady Devil soccer team shuts out American Leadership, loses to Manti
by Robin Willscheidt
Contributing Writer
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The Grand County High School girl’s soccer team defeated American Leadership Academy (ALA) but lost to Manti last week.

The Lady Devils shut out the ALA Lady Eagles in Spanish Fork by the score of 3-0 on Oct. 1. Two days later, Grand traveled to Ephraim, where the Lady Devils lost to the Manti Lady Templars 0-5 on Thursday, Oct. 3.

The Lady Devils have just two more region games scheduled before the Region 15 playoffs begin on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

“The girls are looking good, said head coach Mike Camps. “This week we are going into some more region games and looking to advance as we move into the playoffs.”

The Lady Devil junior varsity team claimed two wins last week, defeating ALA by the score of 3-0 and Manti by the score of 1-0.

The Lady Devils were scheduled to play at home against South Summit on Tuesday, Oct. 8 and will travel to Salina to play the North Sevier Lady Wolves on Thursday, Oct. 10.

The Lady Devil soccer team will also play an additional home game this Friday, Oct. 11 at 3 p.m. against Gunnison. That match is a make-up game for the one that was rained out on Sept. 10.

Grand’s senior players will be honored at halftime of the Gunnison game on Friday.

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