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Lady Devils’ hopes of post-season play dim with losses
The Grand County High School girls basketball team saw its hopes for post-season play virtually evaporate with a pair of losses last week. On Tuesday, Feb. 2, the Lady Devils lost to Emery at Castl...
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GCHS swim team qualifies 21 swimmers to compete at state meet in Provo on Feb. 11
All 25 of Grand County High School’s swim team members will be making the trip to Provo this week for the state 2A championship meet. “We had 21 swimmers qualify in individual events, plus four boy...
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Red Devils qualify 8 for state wrestling tourney
A total of eight Red Devil wrestlers qualified for next weekend’s state tournament, thanks to top-eight placings in their respective brackets at the 2A Divisionals meet at Richfield last weekend. A...
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Junior Devils place at state wrestling tournament
A total of 22 Moab Junior Red Devils traveled to Richfield on Jan. 29-30 for the 1A/2A/3A Junior High / Middle School state wrestling tournament.   According to the team’s head coach Kelly Sheets, ...
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  • Lady Devils lose to Manti, beat Gunnison
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    02.04.16 - 09:59 am
  • Red Devil boys lose games to Manti, Gunnison
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    02.04.16 - 10:01 am
  • Red Devil swimmers place second at 2A South Divisional championship
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    02.04.16 - 10:04 am
  • GCHS wrestlers win at Blanding, compete at Gunnison invitational
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    01.28.16 - 09:46 am
  • Basketball team loses to San Juan, North Sevier
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    01.28.16 - 09:52 am
  • Lady Devils win at San Juan, fall to N. Sevier Lady Wolves
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    01.28.16 - 09:47 am

  • <b><i>Dodgeball for a cause...<br></b></i>
Members of the Rock Stars and Tighty Whities grab dodgeballs at the start of their game during the Moab Gear Trader Dodgeball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Grand County Middle School gymnasium. A total of 18 teams participated in the tournament and at least 200 others watched from the stands. The team Smokin’ Bacon, comprised of local law enforcement officers, ended up going undefeated in the tournament, beating last year’s champions, the camouflage-clad What the Duck team, in the finals. The event was a fundraiser for BEACON after-school programs. Photo by Jeff Richards
    Dodgeball for a cause...
    Members of the Rock Stars and Tighty Whities grab dodgeballs at the start of their game during the Moab Gear Trader Dodgeball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Grand County Middle School gymnasium. A total of 18 teams participated in the tournament and at least 200 others watched from the stands. The team Smokin’ Bacon, comprised of local law enforcement officers, ended up going undefeated in the tournament, beating last year’s champions, the camouflage-clad What the Duck team, in the finals. The event was a fundraiser for BEACON after-school programs. Photo by Jeff Richards
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    Feb 12 (Infostrada Sports) - Latest leaderboard in the second round from the European Tour Tshwane Open at the par-70 course on Friday in Waterkloof holesplayed rounds -7 Anthony Michael (South Africa) 18 64 69 -5 Charl Schwartzel (South Africa) 18 71 64 -4 Haydn Porteous (South Africa) 18 70 66 Theunis Spangenberg (South Africa) 18 65 71 Daniel Im (U.S. ...
    2016-02-12 10:53:55 -0700
    Four birdies and an eagle helped propel home favorite Charl Schwartzel to within two shots of the lead after a flawless 64 in the second round of the European Tour’s Tshwane Open on Friday. Schwartzel is two shots behind leader and compatriot Anthony Michael, whose score of 69 from a roller-coaster second round left him seven under par for the tournament. Michael managed four birdies but also dropped three shots as he battled to find consistency on a difficult day on the Pretoria Country Club course.
    2016-02-12 10:45:42 -0700
    Four birdies and an eagle helped propel home favourite Charl Schwartzel to within two shots of the lead after a flawless 64 in the second round of the European Tour's Tshwane Open on Friday. The 2011 Masters champion produced the outstanding golf on a day when the average score was two over par and play was extended into the evening due to a weather delay. Schwartzel is two shots behind leader and compatriot Anthony Michael, whose score of 69 from a roller-coaster second round left him seven under par for the tournament.
    2016-02-12 10:28:39 -0700