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Red Devil spring sports seasons to begin in March
Now that the winter sports season is officially over, Grand County High School’s spring sports teams have taken to the practice fields in anticipation of their upcoming seasons. The first official ...
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Little Devil wrestlers make strong showing at tournaments
The Little Devil wrestlers have been busy during the past several weeks. They recently competed several meets and tournaments in Colorado including at Montrose, Olathe, Delta, Paonia and Grand Junc...
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Lady Devils close out season with multiple losses
The Grand County High School girls basketball team ended its season with three region losses last week. After falling at home to Emery on Tuesday, Feb. 10, the Lady Devils lost back-to-back games o...
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Little Devil wrestlers compete at Utah Super State Tourney
Four Little Devil wrestlers traveled to Farmington, Utah, on Feb. 6 to compete in the Utah Super State Youth Wrestling Championships with 963 other youth wrestlers from across the state. In the tou...
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  • Lady Devils place second at state 2A swim meet
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.19.15 - 10:03 am
  • Hugentobler places 6th at state wrestling tourney
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.19.15 - 10:08 am
  • Red Devils pick up first win of season at Pinnacle
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.19.15 - 10:07 am
  • GCMS T-Birds continue to fly high at basketball tournaments
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.12.15 - 10:50 am
  • Eleven Red Devil wrestlers qualify for state tournament
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.12.15 - 10:43 am
  • Lady Devils lose to San Juan, defeat Lady Longhorns
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.12.15 - 10:46 am
  • Red Devils lose home game to North Sevier Wolves
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.12.15 - 10:45 am
  • Red Devil swimmers place second in 2A divisional meet
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    02.05.15 - 10:31 am

  • <b><i>Adult indoor soccer action...<br></b></i>
A goalkeeper on one of Moab’s adult indoor soccer teams stops a shot during the Arlo Tejada Memorial Indoor Soccer Tournament, which took place at Moab’s Old Spanish Trail Arena Feb. 21 and 22. A total of seven teams competed for the top spot in the adult league, a loosely organized group of teams from Moab, Glenwood Springs, Rifle and Grand Junction, Colorado. Moab’s two teams and the five Colorado teams first played a full slate of games during pool play on Saturday, then advanced to the championship bracket on Sunday. However, the expected championship game between Rifle and Grand Junction was not able to be completed due to an equipment failure (a broken fire extinguisher sprinkler) that halted the tournament. According to Tim Graham of Moab, the local team plays pick­up games on Tuesdays and Thursdays and welcomes new players. For more information, contact Graham at 435­-220­-0189. Photo by Jeff Richards
    Adult indoor soccer action...
    A goalkeeper on one of Moab’s adult indoor soccer teams stops a shot during the Arlo Tejada Memorial Indoor Soccer Tournament, which took place at Moab’s Old Spanish Trail Arena Feb. 21 and 22. A total of seven teams competed for the top spot in the adult league, a loosely organized group of teams from Moab, Glenwood Springs, Rifle and Grand Junction, Colorado. Moab’s two teams and the five Colorado teams first played a full slate of games during pool play on Saturday, then advanced to the championship bracket on Sunday. However, the expected championship game between Rifle and Grand Junction was not able to be completed due to an equipment failure (a broken fire extinguisher sprinkler) that halted the tournament. According to Tim Graham of Moab, the local team plays pick­up games on Tuesdays and Thursdays and welcomes new players. For more information, contact Graham at 435­-220­-0189. Photo by Jeff Richards
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