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Red Devils lose to Richfield in final home swim meet of season
In the final home meet of the season on Friday, Jan. 23, the Grand County High School swim team lost to the Richfield Wildcats by a score of 210-99. The Lady Devils scored 71 points to Richfield’s ...
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Red Devil basketball team falls to San Juan, Duchesne
The Grand County High School boys basketball team lost twice last week — at home to region rival San Juan by the score of 83-38 on Wednesday, Jan. 21, and at Duchesne in a 56-48 non-region contest ...
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Lady Devils lose three tough region games
The Grand County High School girls basketball team lost all three of its games last week, starting with a contest on the road at Emery High School, then losing back-to-back weekend games at home ag...
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Junior Devil wrestlers take fourth place at Morgan tournament
The Moab Junior Devils youth wrestling team traveled to Morgan, Utah, on Friday, Dec. 12 to participate in the Air Force Junior High Duels tournament. The event featured six teams: Moab, Morgan, So...
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  • <b><i>Swimming with the Vipers...<br></b></i>
Miranda Corbin of the Moab Sea Devils youth swim team competes in the backstroke during an invitational meet held in Vernal, Utah on Saturday, Dec. 13. Due to stormy weather or other personal commitments, there were only three Moab swimmers at the meet, with Corbin being joined by Indiana Richards and Geneva Richards. Price’s team, the Castle Valley Barracudas, ended up not making it to the meet at all because of snowy and icy roads between Price and Duchesne. Due to those issues, the meet was essentially an inter-squad time trial for the host team Vernal Vipers. However, Corbin and the Richards sisters each ended up winning several individual ribbons, even though the Sea Devils didn’t have enough swimmers to field a relay team. According to Sea Devils head coach Penny Richards, the team has two meets scheduled next month— at Price on Jan. 10, and a three-way home meet against Price and Vernal at Moab on Jan. 31. Photo by Jeff Richards
    Swimming with the Vipers...
    Miranda Corbin of the Moab Sea Devils youth swim team competes in the backstroke during an invitational meet held in Vernal, Utah on Saturday, Dec. 13. Due to stormy weather or other personal commitments, there were only three Moab swimmers at the meet, with Corbin being joined by Indiana Richards and Geneva Richards. Price’s team, the Castle Valley Barracudas, ended up not making it to the meet at all because of snowy and icy roads between Price and Duchesne. Due to those issues, the meet was essentially an inter-squad time trial for the host team Vernal Vipers. However, Corbin and the Richards sisters each ended up winning several individual ribbons, even though the Sea Devils didn’t have enough swimmers to field a relay team. According to Sea Devils head coach Penny Richards, the team has two meets scheduled next month— at Price on Jan. 10, and a three-way home meet against Price and Vernal at Moab on Jan. 31. Photo by Jeff Richards
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