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Mountain bike team takes 5th place at Soldier Hollow
The Moab Red Devil mountain biking team placed fifth overall out of 39 Division 2 high school teams that competed in the season-opening race at Soldier Hollow on Saturday, Sept. 6. According to hea...
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Girls tennis team wins two matches on road
After losing its opening match to San Juan on Aug. 25, the Grand County High School girls tennis team rebounded to sweep its next two region matches on the road. At Gunnison on Thursday, Aug. 28, t...
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Cross country runners compete at Lloyd’s Lake Invitational
The Grand County Red Devil cross country team ran a competitive race on Friday, Sept. 5 in Monticello at the Lloyd’s Lake Invitational. After a heavy downpour that threatened to force cancellation ...
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T-birds cross country team has strong showing in Monticello
Lightning and heavy rain did not deter the Grand County Middle School cross country team during the Thunderbirds’ second meet of the season. The team competed at the Lloyd’s Lake Classic on Sept. 5...
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    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    09.04.14 - 10:22 am
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    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    09.04.14 - 10:26 am
  • Volleyball opens season in St. George
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    09.04.14 - 10:28 am
  • Golf team remains undefeated after first three region matches
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    08.28.14 - 10:06 am
  • Red Devils begin football season with 30-12 loss to Carbon Dinos
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    08.28.14 - 10:09 am
  • Lady Devils open tennis season with loss to San Juan
    by Jeff Richards
    Contributing Writer
    08.28.14 - 10:11 am

  • The Grand County High School boys golf team played its third match of the season when it hosted a region match at the Moab Golf Club on Tuesday, Aug. 19. According to head coach Aaron Woodard, the Red Devils won their first match of the year on Aug. 5 at Green River, taking first place by two strokes. Grand’s team took first again on Aug. 12 at St. George, winning that match by seven strokes. The Red Devils are scheduled to play additional region matches each Tuesday, culminating with the Region XV championship on Sept. 30, which will take place at Moab. Pictured (from left) are: Brad Ward, Brendon Woodard, Tyson Saggboy, Lane Lammert, Brenner Parriott, Tobin Wainer, Masen Ward, Brayden Ward, Alec Williams and coach Aaron Woodard. Team member Jace Woodard is not pictured.                                                                             Photo by Jeff Richards
    The Grand County High School boys golf team played its third match of the season when it hosted a region match at the Moab Golf Club on Tuesday, Aug. 19. According to head coach Aaron Woodard, the Red Devils won their first match of the year on Aug. 5 at Green River, taking first place by two strokes. Grand’s team took first again on Aug. 12 at St. George, winning that match by seven strokes. The Red Devils are scheduled to play additional region matches each Tuesday, culminating with the Region XV championship on Sept. 30, which will take place at Moab. Pictured (from left) are: Brad Ward, Brendon Woodard, Tyson Saggboy, Lane Lammert, Brenner Parriott, Tobin Wainer, Masen Ward, Brayden Ward, Alec Williams and coach Aaron Woodard. Team member Jace Woodard is not pictured. Photo by Jeff Richards
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