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Chournos resigns as baseball coach

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
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Chournos resigns as baseball coach

Named to asst. principal post Greg Madson Leader Publisher It has been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Clay Chournos. The former Bear River High science teacher and head baseball coach accepted a position as assistant principal at Bear River Middle and Harris Intermediate and was learning his new duties. “Right now I am... »

Kris Norr completes iron man, tops goal

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader
Kris Norr completes iron man, tops goal

One hour lopped off of an expected iron man finish is a significant amount of time. To hit that benchmark on a first iron man makes the accomplishment feel even more celebratory. That’s exactly what ACHIS gym teacher Kris Norr did in her inaugural iron man competition, July 31 in Guerneville, California. “I finished... »

Soccer Drops Second Straight

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
By theleader
Soccer Drops Second Straight

Bear River’s girls’ soccer team dropped their second straight game of the young season, losing to Maple Mountain 5-0. Tuesday the Bears lost their season-opener to Box Elder 4-2. The Eagles scored twice in the first 10 minutes and rolled to the easy win. The Bears battle to the end, drawing three yellow cards... »

Rasmussen tops 50 states’ peaks in 16 years

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
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Rasmussen tops 50 states’ peaks in 16 years

Sixteen years ago Rob Rasmussen set out to conquer each peak in the 50 states. The first week of July his mission was accomplished. “It’s a major goal that’s taken me a long time to get,” Rasmussen said. Gauging from a High Peaks Club newsletter Rasmussen receives, this most likely puts him somewhere around... »

Pedaling dreams

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
By theleader
Pedaling dreams

Cyclist shares special bike trip Ellen Cook Leader Editor Dominic Gill is always looking for the next hill to climb, the next turn in the road and the next goal to complete – but he doesn’t like making the trip alone. That is why this Manchester, England adventurer and documentary filmmaker is passing through... »

Marksman aces Search and Rescue pistol competition

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
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Marksman aces Search and Rescue pistol competition

Ellen Cook Leader Editor Just call him Ace Andersen – or maybe On-the-Mark Jordon. Whatever title you prefer, Honeyville’s Jordon Andersen has clearly earned the nickname. Andersen recently proved his marksmanship skills at the National Search and Rescue Convention, held this year in Bountiful, the site of Utah’s first Search and Rescue unit 50... »

Esquivel back coaching

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
By theleader
Esquivel back coaching

Travis Hansen Leader Sports Writer Jesse Esquivel, the former soccer coach at Bear River High, has been named the head coach for the soccer team, again. Before the school had a chance to interview the applicants to fill Esquivel’s position, Esquivel called up athletic director, Van Park, and said he had a desire to... »

Marble throws seven in win

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
By theleader

Mutton Bustin’ Registration Box Elder County Fair & Rodeo August 26, 27, 28 Open registration from August 6 – 13 (Limited number of participants. There will be a draw for each night. The youth whose names are drawn will be notified by August 16.) Children, 6-7 years old CHILD MUST BE PRESENT AT STORE... »

Anderson receives state tennis honor

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
By theleader
Anderson receives state tennis honor

Peggy Bradfield Leader Staff Writer The Utah Junior Tennis Association and Utah State Tennis Association have named Valerie Anderson as the recipient of the Outstanding Female High School Tennis Player of the Year. She was awarded the honor for her skill on the tennis court and overall attitude. Anderson’s high school coach, Nancy Brough... »

Legion team hosts baseball tournament

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
By theleader
Legion team hosts baseball tournament

Named for former Bear, Justin Huggins Casey Zundel Leader Sports Writer Bear River American Legion will host the Justin C. Huggins Memorial Invitational Thursday.  Four teams are invited with games being held at Bear River and Box Elder High schools. Huggins, for whom the tournament is a memoriam, passed away in a van accident... »

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