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Published October 11, 2011

Emery Sports

Local runner competes in St. George marathon


A local "boy," Steve Barton from Elmo spent the past weekend at the St. George Marathon. He crossed the finish line in four hours and one minute. Runnng the 26.2 mile marathon was a culimation of weeks of training and building mileage and doing what...

Local trainer does well in Extreme Mustang Makeover competition


The journey began for Kirk Christiansen on April 16 when he paid $200 on an online auction for "Slim" a mustang from the Nevada Wild Horse Range, and $500 for "Half-Pint" from the Callaghan, Nev. herd. Two hundred head of mustangs were offered for ad...

Emery drops game on cold night in Kamas


Last Friday night Emery traveled to South Summit High School in Kamas for a key region football game and Emery came home with a 40-15 loss. The game decided who would finish third in region action this season with the Wildcats claiming possession and...

Emery Tennis finishes fifth at state


The 2-A 2011 tennis state championships were held last Saturday with St. Joseph's taking the championship by one point over Rowland Hall. San Juan was third, Manti was fourth and Emery was fifth. In first doubles, Marqui Moss and Whitney Withers def...

Green River volleyball playing well


The Lady Pirates played host to Navajo Mountain and Monument Valley this past week in two very important region matches. If the Pirates could pull off both victories it would put them solid second place in region with only two region matches remaini...

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