Uintah's offense hit a lull during the second quarter of their season opening game against Ogden that lasted a little longer than head coach Cody Reutzel would have liked. Unlike in years past, instead of succumbing to the frustration of the lack of offense, Uintah pressed on and played their game and it paid off during the final ticks of the clock.
ROOSEVELT-Getting the chance to shake off the early-season rust, Uintah girls' tennis took on Union in a practice/warm-up match and played well in all the varsity spots. The Lady Utes were able to get a 5-0 win in varsity matches to get themselves a great tune-up to begin the season.
Billed as an open house, Wednesday's Uintah County Information Sharing Meeting was well-attended with residents and elected officials coming together to discuss a wide-range of county-related topics. Its success was measured by more than one person who asked that an additional session occur in the future.
Uintah boys' golf has solidified themselves as one of the top teams in Region 10 during the first two golf tournaments of the year played in Roosevelt and Vernal. Although they still have room to improve, the Utes finished in second place on Wednesday and Thursday in separate tournaments while Park City placed first in each tournament.