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Eagles season finishes in the region XVIII tournament semifinal Eastern won their last regular season game against Colorado Northwestern Community College but lost to College of Southern Nevada in the Region XVIII Tournament semifinals, finishing their season.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:45pm
Volleyball finished up its last weekends of conference play with one win and three losses to prepare for the end of season tournament. They played the Snow College Badgers and the College of Southern Nevada Coyotes on Oct. 20-21, 2017. Then the College of Southern Idaho Golden Eagles and the Salt Lake Community College Bruins on Oct. 27-28, 2017.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:40pm
Jarod Lessar is a name known by Price Locals. Lessar is a member of the Eagles Baseball team and returns for his sophomore season as a pitcher in the Eagles stellar rotation. Lessar was born and raised in Price and he graduated from Carbon High in 2015. While at Carbon, he played baseball, basketball and football. After leading the Dinos football team to their winningest season in over 10 years, he earned a football scholarship to Southern Utah University. After redshirting a season, Lessar brought his talent back to Price on the diamond.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:24pm
With a win on their minds, The Eagles got it done against Salt Lake City Community College, the largest college in the conference. The Eagles wrapped up their series against SLCC Friday, Oct. 13. The Bruins went in with a conference record of 7-2-1, only to have USUE add loss-number three to SLCC’s record.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:15pm
Utah State Eastern men’s soccer finished a four-game stint with two wins and two losses, ending the chance of holding the region tournament at home. The Eagles traveled to Rangely, Colorado to play two conference games against Colorado Northwestern Community College. The first game was Oct. 6, and Eastern proved they were the favorites with an impressive 7-1 win. Five players left their mark on the scoreboard, but the most impressive one was the sophomore striker Jaysten Flowers, who scored twice and gave an assist coming off the bench.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:09pm
Ty Detmer is not a good football coach. He’s the greatest BYU quarterback ever. He won the programs’ only Heisman Trophy. He’s the main person you think of when you think of the “glory days” of BYU football. Part of the reason my name is Tai is because of Ty Detmer, but as a coach he is bad. After watching BYU’s offense for 19 games, I feel safe and fair in making the assessment that Detmer isn’t a good coach.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 1:57pm
Dalton Virgil, one of the newest pitchers on the Utah State Eastern baseball team, is excited to be at Eastern to further his sporting career. Virgil is from Boise, Idaho, and went to Bonneville High School, where he played four years of baseball where he says he enjoyed most of his time during high school. There are a lot of small towns in Boise, so comparing it to Price is similar in many ways. When he was younger he played football, baseball, soccer and basketball. When he got to high school, he decided to stay with baseball and football.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 1:52pm
No. 18 Utah State Eastern volleyball picked up an important win against Colorado Northwestern. With the 3-1 win, the Eagles snapped a three-game-losing streak. The Eagles battled the no. 11-ranked Bruins and the no. 4-ranked Golden Eagles Oct. 6-7. The Eagles played the SLCC Bruins on their home court on Friday, Oct 6. The Eagles came out weak in the first set with a 25-12 loss. The team fought back in the second set, but still came up short with a 25-19 loss.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 1:47pm
Jake Satterthwaite, a freshman center-back for the soccer team at Utah State University Eastern, comes from Fremont High School in Plain City, Utah. He is excited to be a part of Eastern’s soccer program since he has been playing soccer since he could walk. A life time goal of his was after high school to make it to the next level and play soccer in college. His favorite thing about soccer is playing with the team and building an unspoken bond with his fellow teammates.
Posted Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 1:11pm
Although week three in the NFL was filled with great games, that went down to the wire, the bigger story happened before the games even started. It started with President Donald Trump using his favorite way to communicate, Twitter, to call NFL players that kneel before the anthem “SOBs,” and saying that they should be fired. First of all, doing that would be moving us towards fascism and is downright against the first amendment. The president tweeting these things united the NFL
Posted Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 12:57pm