Spring sports to begin season play in early March
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The spring sports season is right around the corner at Grand County High School, and teams held their first official spring practices on Monday, Feb. 27.

The first spring game scheduled to take place is a home baseball contest on Tuesday, March 7. The Red Devils’ junior varsity and C teams are scheduled to play Dolores, Colorado, at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Later that week, the Red Devils will travel to Bloomfield, New Mexico, for a three-day varsity tournament March 9 through 11.

Grand’s first region baseball game will be at Monticello on Tuesday, March 21, with the Red Devils hosting the Buckaroos in a rematch at Moab two days later.

The Red Devil boys soccer team season is scheduled to start on Thursday, March 9, with a home game against region rival South Sevier. The varsity contest in that match is set to begin at 4 p.m.

The Lady Devils softball team take to the field for the first time March 10 and 11 for a weekend invitational tournament in St. George. Grand’s first home softball game will be against the Carbon Lady Dinos on Tuesday, March 14, starting at 3 p.m.

The GCHS boys tennis team will also open the spring season with a tournament at St. George, on March 24 and 25. The Red Devils’ first home match won’t be until after spring break, on April 18 against region rival Manti.

The Lady Devils girls golf team’s season will kick off with a region match Wednesday, March 22. Grand’s first home competition is a dual match against Richfield on Tuesday, March 28 at the Moab Golf Club, followed by a Region 15 match at Moab the very next day, starting at 11:30 a.m.

Grand’s track and field teams will begin their season with a meet in Price on Saturday, March 18. Grand’s two home meets this year will be the Eastern Utah Championship on April 28 and the Region 15 Championship on May 10.

Although the dates, times, and opponents are listed on the school’s recently printed official schedules, they are subject to change. Anyone who has questions about schedules may contact the school at 435-259-8933.

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