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Sea Devils compete at Price swim meet
The Moab Sea Devils youth swim team competed in a dual meet against the Castle Valley Barracudas in Price on Wednesday, July 13. The host team dominated the overall point totals, with the Barracuda...
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Sea Devils compete at Price swim meet
The Moab Sea Devils youth swim team competed in a dual meet against the Castle Valley Barracudas in Price on Wednesday, July 13. The host team dominated the overall point totals, with the Barracuda...
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Thunderbirds named region champs
The Grand County Middle School girls Thunderbird soccer team clinched the 2016 Central Utah region title on Saturday, April 30, defeating Emery County Middle School by the score of 2-0 during the c...
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New ‘kid-friendly’ public rock climbing park opens
Dozens of people showed up at Lions Park on Friday, May 13 to celebrate the grand opening of the Moab Boulder Park. Adults and children alike took the opportunity to enjoy popsicles and juice and t...
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  • Lady Devils take fourth at state golf tourney
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    05.26.16 - 09:46 am
  • Soccer team’s playoff hopes fade with pair of close losses
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    04.28.16 - 09:50 am

  • <b><i>Tennis champ...<br></b></i>
Kent Somerville of Moab is the new Utah State Open Tennis champion in the men’s 70 division. Somerville clinched the title by defeating Douglas Wixom of Provo, 6-2, 2-6, 7-5 in the finals during the June 20-25 Ivory Homes Adult Utah State Open Tennis Championships tournament. The U.S. Tennis Association-sanctioned tournament is held once a year in Utah for players in all age categories. Courtesy photo
    Tennis champ...
    Kent Somerville of Moab is the new Utah State Open Tennis champion in the men’s 70 division. Somerville clinched the title by defeating Douglas Wixom of Provo, 6-2, 2-6, 7-5 in the finals during the June 20-25 Ivory Homes Adult Utah State Open Tennis Championships tournament. The U.S. Tennis Association-sanctioned tournament is held once a year in Utah for players in all age categories. Courtesy photo
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    By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Reactions on Saturday at the weather-interrupted PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club, where 49 players need to finish their third round on Sunday before heading back out for the final round: - - - Australia's world number one Jason Day: "Obviously the rain is going to soften up the golf course, so you've got to be a little bit aggressive out there. It should yield a few more birdies." - - - British Open champion Henrik Stenson of Sweden: "You've just got to get some good sleep and make sure you eat enough and drink enough, plenty during the day, because it will be a long day. It's normally the mind that gives up before the body ... the body is normally fine to play two rounds of golf." - - - American world number three Jordan Spieth: "Just wish I could sleep in.
    2016-07-30 18:00:23 -0600
    By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Reactions on Saturday at the weather-interrupted PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club, where 49 players need to finish their third round on Sunday before heading back out for the final round: - - - Australia's world number one Jason Day: "Obviously the rain is going to soften up the golf course, so you've got to be a little bit aggressive out there. It should yield a few more birdies." - - - British Open champion Henrik Stenson of Sweden: "You've just got to get some good sleep and make sure you eat enough and drink enough, plenty during the day, because it will be a long day. It's normally the mind that gives up before the body ... the body is normally fine to play two rounds of golf." - - - American world number three Jordan Spieth: "Just wish I could sleep in.
    2016-07-30 17:59:54 -0600

    PGA: PGA Championship - Third RoundBy Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - The third round of the PGA Championship was washed out on Saturday, as heavy rain and thunderstorms hit Baltusrol with 49 players yet to finish and the top 10 players still to tee off. The year's final major championship appeared to be heading for a Monday finish at best as Americans Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb, tied on nine-under-par 131, lead through 36 holes. The PGA of America, however, laid out a plan to get the tournament completed on Sunday, saying the final round would begin at 8:40 AM ET in nine-minute intervals, staying in the same pairings as round three, starting from the first tee.


    2016-07-30 17:39:23 -0600