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    Anthony Militano
    Times-Independent Staff Writer
    Cameron Stotz earns a stop the hard way at a recent practice. Photo by Anthony Militano

    The Grand County High School boys soccer team kicked off the spring sports season by blanking the San Juan Broncos 8-0 on Wednesday, March 4, in Blanding.

    The Red Devils netted five goals in the first half and three in the second.

    Nemi Martinez had a hat trick for Grand. Rayce Walling scored two goals. Arthur Hawks, Corbin Mays and Ricky Shumway picked up goals.

    The team starts a three-game home stand Thursday, March 12, against Waterford. The Red Devils face the South Sevier Rams on Tuesday, March 17 and the Richfield Wildcats will come to Moab on Thursday, March 19. Varsity games start at 4 p.m.

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