Grand falls to Union, 68-54, in season opener
by Aldon Rachelle
Uintah Basin Standard
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Cameron Hoppensteadt (No. 34) goes for the block against Union’s Reid Price in Roosevelt.      			     Photo by Aldon Rachelle
Cameron Hoppensteadt (No. 34) goes for the block against Union’s Reid Price in Roosevelt. Photo by Aldon Rachelle
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The Red Devils boys’ team fell to the Union Cougars on Tuesday, Nov 21, 68-54, in Roosevelt. Masen Ward led the team with 11 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. The trio of Kevin Park, Cameron Hoppensteadt and Brayden Schultz scored 9 points each. Josh Jones and Tyson Horton also scored 3-pointers.

Last year, Union lost to Grand County in Moab by two points. Grand County is now playing in 3A-Region 15, while Union plays in 3A-Region 14.

One unique fact about the matchup is that Union head coach Gordon Garrett is a graduate of Grand County High School.

“I love Grand. I love their coaches, I love their players, I love the school, and I love the community. I don’t think any game is ‘just another game.’ Every game matters, and though there are a lot of things that can be learned from a loss, it feels good to win,” Garrett said.

The Red Devils will debut at home on Nov. 28 when they host Green River in a non-region matchup.


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