The 43rd annual Canyonlands Half Marathon and Five Mile Run fell on a chilly Saturday morning, March 16, perfect running weather for the 1,638 runners – including a woman from Aurora, Colorado who carried a baby on her back.
The Lady Red Devils varsity softball team celebrated its first home game of the season with a 5-3 win over the Emery Spartans on Tuesday, March 12. The weather was dreary, soggy, and chilly, but a sizable crowd turned out for the game.
The Red Devils dominated their own tourney when they hosted the Red Rocks Invitational Track and Field Tournament on Saturday, Mar. 9 at Grand County High. Carbon, Mancos, Emery, Montezuma-Cortez, San Juan, Monticello, and Green River participated in the meet. The boys team took first place out of the eight competing schools and the girls finished third out of eight.
The Lady Red Devils golf team took second place in the first golf tournament of the spring season on Wednesday, March 6 at the Moab Golf Club. San Juan, Richfield, Manti, South Sevier, Emery, and North Sanpete golfers also participated in the tournament.
The Men’s Club at the Moab Golf course will kick off the 2019 season with a 4 p.m. tee time on Saturday, March 16.
Grand County High soccer coach Chris Beitner is optimistic the 2019 campaign will be a success after splitting wins and losses last year.
Dennis Wells has high expectations for Red Devil track and field — and why not? He certainly has the talent.
The Grand County High baseball team is rebuilding in 2019 after losing most of its starters to graduation last year.
The Red Devil tennis team has five players coming back in 2019 and coach Skylar Johnson said excitement is in the air.
Moab’s Kent Somerville has once again been named Utah’s top tennis player in his age bracket, according to Matt Bailey. Bailey said Somerville and his family attended a Utah Tennis Federation banquet on Jan. 31, where he won the award for 2018 – a feat he also earned in 2017.