Soccer enjoys back-to-back wins
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Grand County High School’s girls soccer team recorded two big back-to-back wins last week. On Wednesday, Sept. 5, the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs visited for a game that had to be rescheduled earlier in the season. The Red Devils defeated the Bulldogs 8-0 with Corah Moody and Ali Hirt both recording hat tricks while Josie Camps and Neelie Relph each scored a goal. The next day, Grand traveled to Mt. Pleasant for a game against the North Sanpete Hawks. Lightning delayed the start of the game, but that didn’t slow the Red Devils down as they racked up six goals to North Sanpete’s one. Ali Hirt scored another hat trick, Corah Moody scored twice, and Emree Olsen added a goal.

The girls soccer team is now 3-2 on the season. On Sept. 11, the Red Devils traveled to Manti to take on the Templars. Thursday, Sept. 13, Grand will host South Sevier for homecoming. Varsity will play at 4 p.m. followed by junior varsity at 6 p.m.

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