Sports Wrap – May 13, 2021

HS boys soccer scores Wednesday Class 4A quarterfinals Stansbury 2, Juan Diego 1 Sky View 5, Snow Canyon 0 Mountain Crest 7, Green Canyon 0 Ridgeline 2, Dixie 0 Class 3A quarterfinals Morgan 6, South Summit 0 Emery 1, Richfield 0 Delta 6, Juab 2 Judge Memorial 2, Summit Academy 0 HS softball scores Tuesday Class 4A first round Dixie […]

Title dreams to be made, broken over next week

They might be the most exciting two weekends of the entire high-school sports calendar. Two weekends of state championships. Two weekends that will see all the hard work of the past three months finally pay off. And, the two weekends that bring the last 10 months of a wild — and trying — 2020-21 high school sports season to a […]

Russell, Griffith enter state tourney as top seed

Tooele County’s best hope for a state championship at this weekend’s Class 4A tennis tournament at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City might very well come from the doubles brackets. Stansbury senior Demmeck Russell and junior Braydon Griffith enter the first doubles bracket on Friday on the heels of capturing the Region 10 championship, earning a No. 1 seed. They […]

SHS, GHS advance to Day 2 of state golf tourneys

The Stansbury and Grantsville girls golf teams got their respective state tournaments off to strong starts on Wednesday, with each team finding itself in ninth place entering Thursday morning’s action.  Stansbury’s girls posted a team score of 391 at Meadow Brook Golf Course in Taylorsville, placing the Stallions 59 strokes off the pace set by first-place Pine View. Freshman Randee […]

Stallions take down Soaring Eagle

It turned out that the third time was the charm for the Stansbury soccer team on Wednesday afternoon in Draper. For the third time this season, the Stallions faced off against Region 10 rival Juan Diego. This time, it was in the Class 3A state quarterfinals, and unlike the previous two meetings, Stansbury came away victorious. Senior Kolton Loertscher scored […]

William (Bill) Prince

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William “Bill” Eugene Prince passed April 25, 2021, surrounded by his loved ones in Tooele, Utah, at the age of 74. He was born in Spanish Fork, Utah, July 26, 1945, to William Edward Horne Prince and Erma Jean Mortensen Prince.  He was well known and well loved. He loved just as strongly, if not more. He was devoted to […]

Vicki Johnson McMillen

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Vicki went to be with her Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ on April 21, 2021, at the age of 73. She was proceeded in death by her husband Charles Douglas McMillen, son Benjamin A McMillen, and her parents Gerald Hill Johnson and Mildred Amy Blackburn. Originally from Stockton, Utah, Vicki lived in Pasadena, Texas, until 2000 when she moved to […]

In 1996, Tooele County receives millions to compensate for impact of proposed incinerator

The Tooele Transcript Bulletin has published Tooele County news since 1894. Here is a flashback of local front-page news from 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago that occurred during the second and third weeks of May. May 14-16, 1996 Chemical weapons incineration would cause “an imminent and substantial” danger, said opponents of the disposal method, who took the issue […]

Graduation a moment 15 years in the making

It might have only taken me three years to finish my second college degree, but last week’s commencement ceremonies at the University of Utah represented the end of 15 years of waiting. You see, when I graduated from Southern Utah University with my communications degree back in the summer of 2006, spawning my dream career as a professional sports writer, […]

Work resumes on Midvalley Highway

The Utah Department of Transportation has resumed preparation for construction on the new Midvalley Highway. Traffic on the road is expected to be allowed by the end of year. Work on the highway resumed this week after a short break for winter and settling. Currently crews are working on shoulder repair and preparing for bridge construction, according to Courtney Samuel, […]