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Goin’ the dusty distance

Tuesday, March 16, 2010
By theleader
Goin’ the dusty distance

Despite breaks, surgeries, Eliasons keep racing Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer It’s tough to be near the top of your game and face injury. Kooper Eliason knows the bite of being sidelined. The 14-year-old 7th grade class president at Bear River Middle School suffered his break in April, just three races into the season... »

Skyway Golf Club Opens

Monday, March 15, 2010
By theleader

Skyway Golf Club is now open depending on weather.  The range is also open and the public is welcome. Green fees for the public are $11 for 9 holes and carts are $6 per person for 9 holes.  A morning special, Monday – Thursday before 2 pm, is $12 per person for 9 holes, which... »

Soccer Team Host Bees Tuesday

Monday, March 15, 2010
By theleader

The BRHS SOCCER team hosts Box Elder tomorrow at 3:30 at the natatorium in the battle for the County Cup. Stop on by and cheer for your Bears!!!! Watch for an update and photos later. »

Soccer Falls at MC

Thursday, March 11, 2010
By theleader

From the Herald Journal HYRUM — Granted, it was their first match of the season, but if the Mustangs continue framing shots like they did Wednesday, Region 5 opponents beware.    Mountain Crest put the lion’s share of its shots on goal and it paid off in a 5-1 victory over Bear River in... »

Soccer

Tuesday, March 9, 2010
By theleader
Soccer

Lemus scores two in BR win Travis Hansen Leader Sports Writer Spring fever has hit the Bear River boys’ soccer team, as they finally were able to play their first game of the season. The Bears traveled to Rowland Hall last Tuesday to take on the 2A powerhouse. The first goal of the game... »

Tennis

Tuesday, March 9, 2010
By theleader
Tennis

Shovels more visible than tennis racquets Darcie Christensen Leader Sports Writer The sounds of shoveling heard at the tennis courts mean the Bears are ready to play. Though the snow kept them from starting early, that has not diminished their enthusiasm. The Bears have a lot of talent to represent the team this year.... »

Baseball

Tuesday, March 9, 2010
By theleader
Baseball

Baseball to start – weather permitting Casey Zundel Leader Sports Writer Bear River baseball began another season under coach Clay Chournos.  Tryouts for the baseball team started last week.  That gave the team less than a week to prepare for their first game. Luckily they have the new Bear Center, which has really helped... »

Spring Sports Preview, Poster Out This Week

Monday, March 8, 2010
By theleader
Spring Sports Preview, Poster Out This Week

The third and final installment of the BRHS Sports Previews is set to come out Wednesday. In addition to previewing all the spring sports, we will have features on Everardo Lemus and Josi Summers. Watch for the full size sports calendar as well. »

Lemus looks to finish strong

Thursday, March 4, 2010
By theleader
Lemus looks to finish strong

It‘s no secret that Garland and Tremonton are football towns. After all, hundreds and hundreds of Bear River diehards pack the stands each fall and cheer the Bears on to what they hope is another state title for the school. Bear River senior Everardo Lemus is just fine with that “football town” label.  He... »

Boys’ Basketball

Tuesday, March 2, 2010
By theleader
Boys’ Basketball

Coach finds positives in tough season Greg Madson Leader Publisher It has been a roller coaster one-year span for Bear River boys’ basketball fans. At this point in the season last year, BR was celebrating their first state championship since 2000 and coming off a 23-1 record. Fast forward to 2010 and the only... »

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