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Boys Fall To Scots 69-54

Friday, January 29, 2010
By theleader

No free tacos tonight. The Bears lost to the Scots 69-54. As has been their MO, they fell behind early but showed heart and scratched and clawed back to within 8 points midway through the fourth quarter. The Scots nailed their foul shots to pull out the win. NEXT FRIDAY IS THE ANNUAL JAM... »

Wrestling and Girls’ Hoops Update

Thursday, January 28, 2010
By theleader
Wrestling and Girls’ Hoops Update

Girls basketball lost to Ben Lomond 47-39 in Ogden. Jessica Olsen paced the Bears with 15 and Shayla Buxton added 14. The girls are off until next Tuesday when they host #1 ranked Morgan. Let’s fill the gym Tuesday and cheer on the girls. Bear wrestling thrashed Grantsville tonight by a score of 70-6.... »

Wrestling

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
By theleader
Wrestling

Bears look to do well at region wrestling Travis Hansen Leader Sports Writer As the wrestling season is starting to come to an end, the Bear River wrestling team is out to prove the point that they are ‘Bear Tough.’ They traveled to Malad, Id., last week to try and beat the returning A2... »

Swimming

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
By theleader
Swimming

Kerby captures two region swimming titles Darcie Christensen Leader Sports Writer The Bear River swim team’s season is almost over. They headed to the region tournament last Saturday, which is their last meet before state. The Bears had a great meet as they took fourth in the boys’ and girls’ and third combined. “I... »

Boys’ Basketball

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
By theleader
Boys’ Basketball

Bears still searching for first win Chris Snyder Leader Sports Writer The Bear River boys’ basketball team is still searching for their first win for the season. They had hoped that last week would be the week that they could do it against some tough competition but they couldn’t do it. The Bears will... »

Diving

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
By theleader
Diving

Green dives to second at region Travis Hansen Leader Sports Writer Consistency in sports is a model for success, especially when you are consistently improving. Rachel Green is that model of consistency for the Bear River diving team. This past week she placed second at region with a score of 267.00, which surpasses her... »

Girls’ Basketball

Tuesday, January 26, 2010
By theleader
Girls’ Basketball

Buxton, Payne score eight in win Casey Zundel Leader Sports Writer It wasn’t until the end of their first go around through region play that the Lady Bears won their first game.  But they did get a win. Bear River beat Grantsville last Tuesday in their first meeting of the season.  Thursday night was... »

Hi-Steppers Crush 22-Year-Old Curse

Saturday, January 23, 2010
By theleader

Bear River’s Hi-Steppers exorcised some demons Saturday night at Memorial Gym after they swept all three dance categories on the way to a Region 11 championship. The Hi-Steppers took first in military, dance and kick to secure the school’s first region title since 1988, the year current coach Marcie Owen was a junior in... »

Bear lose to Judge Memorial, unveil new mascot

Friday, January 22, 2010
By theleader

The Bears lost to Judge Memorial in boys’ basketball Friday night, 60-36. They put up a good fight after being down 34-12 at they half. They pulled within 10 points in the third quarter by Judge proved to be too much. As a side note, Bear River unveiled their new mascot at halftime. Picture... »

Boys drop two region games on road

Thursday, January 21, 2010
By theleader

(Editor’s note:  Due to a production error, this story was left out of this week’s paper.) Chris Snyder Leader Sports Writer With the region schedule in full swing, the Bears took a beating in their match up’s with Morgan and Juan Diego. Wednesday night the Bears traveled up to Morgan to face their region... »

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