Red Devils lose soccer matches to Emery, Carbon and Gunnison
by Jeff Richards
The Times-Independent
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Jose Tavares of Grand takes a shot on goal against Manti on March 23. 								        Photo by Jeff Richards
Jose Tavares of Grand takes a shot on goal against Manti on March 23. Photo by Jeff Richards

The Grand County High School boys soccer team lost all three of its matches last week, dropping their overall season record to 3-3.

The Red Devils struggled offensively, managing just one goal over the three games.

At Emery in Castle Dale on Tuesday, March 21, the Red Devils were shut out 2-0, with Emery scoring both of its goals in the first half.

Against Manti at Moab on Thursday, March 23, the Red Devils gave up two early goals to the Templars, who added a third goal in the final minutes of the contest to win 3-0.

The following afternoon, Friday, March 24, the Red Devils traveled to Gunnison. The Bulldogs opened up a 2-0 halftime lead and went on to win the match by the score of 3-1. Junior Marco Cruz scored Grand’s only goal.

This week, the Red Devils are scheduled to play North Sevier at Salina on Thursday, March 30. They will also play Wasatch Academy at Mount Pleasant on Saturday, April 1. Grand’s next home game will be against the Emery Spartans on Tuesday, April 4 at 4 p.m.

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