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    Red Devil soccer team remains undefeated

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    The Grand County High School boys soccer team remains undefeated after a pair of wins last week.

    The Red Devils beat Gunnison 2-0 at Moab on Tuesday, April 6. Neither team scored during the first half as gusty winds made it difficult for the Red Devils to maintain favorable field position.

    In the second half, with the wind at their backs, the Red Devils got a few more good looks at the goal. A few minutes into the second half, GCHS senior Jake Galley headed in the first score of the game. Several minutes later, teammate Erik Wermuth kicked a right-side shot past the goalie to give Grand a 2-0 lead. That score held through the end of the match.

    Goalkeeper Joseph Hawks picked up the shutout, his fifth of the season.

    On Thursday, April 8, the Red Devils traveled to Parowan, where they defeated the Rams by the score of 6-2.

    This week, the Red Devils (now 8-0 overall) are scheduled to play the South Sevier Rams at Moab on Tuesday, April 13, and the Millard Eagles at Millard on Thursday, April 15.

    ByBy Jeff Richards

    contributing writer

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