Sports

Each time the Eagles and the Bruins faced off this year, the game went right down to the wire. During the first round of the Scenic West Athletic Conference tournament, the Eagles and Bruins played for the fifth time and the outcome was just as exciting as all the others before.
Posted Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 12:00am
After returning from a two-year mission for his church, Shad Romrell was offered once again a scholarship to return to Price to play baseball for the Golden Eagles. He said, "It was awesome getting the opportunity for a second chance to play baseball after my mission." He is the second of four children, with two sisters, September and Sari, only Romrell and his brother Dalton play baseball. From Montpellier, ID, he is the son of Byron and LaRae Romrell.
Posted Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 12:00am
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Ah, it's that time of year again. The birds are singing. The flowers are blooming. The grass is getting green again, except on the CEU campus, which means only one thing: it's baseball season. CEU's baseball team actually started off their season some time ago with pre-season tournaments in Arizona and Salt Lake City.
Posted Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 12:00am
The brackets have been established, the seedings have been distributed, the ball has been tossed in the air and for basketball fans and non-fans alike the office pool competition is heating up. Whether you're a die-hard hoops fanatic who lives and dies with every shot, or just one of those people who fills out your tournament bracket according to a school's colors, the NCAA tournament often consumes the lives of people for one month a year.
Posted Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 12:00am
It seems as if last weekend didn't do much justice for the Lady Eagles basketball team against the College of Southern Idaho. They lost both games on Friday and Saturday. The following weekend was scheduled as a bye, but Coach Paur and the team wanted to play, so Paur scheduled an All-Star game at CEU, which turned out successful for the team, still maintaining their number two ranking.
Posted Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 12:00am
For as long as she can remember, playing basketball has been a family lifestyle for Cheryl Grant and her five older brothers. Grant, daughter of JJ and Cynthia, is from Orangeville, Utah. She comes from a family where everyone enjoys playing basketball together. Grant graduated from Emery High School in 2002 and came to CEU the following fall. Even after growing up around CEU and knowing about it all her life, it wasn't until CEU offered a scholarship and evaluating her options that she decided CEU was the right place to go and where she wanted to be.
Posted Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 12:00am
February is Black History Month. This is a time when Americans of all origins can celebrate the traditions and history of African Americans. One area where African-Americans have exhibited greatness, although not the only one, is sports. In today's modern world we all seem to be familiar with the likes of Michael Jordan, the Williams' sisters, Tiger Woods, and even Jackie Robinson, who broke major league baseball's color barrier when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.
Posted Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 12:00am
Leonta Matthews, more commonly known by teammates and students as Tay, is from Las Vegas, Nevada. He is the second oldest of four children, and the son of Minnie Matthews, who is also his inspiration in life. He graduated from Western High School. He got started in basketball while growing up and watching his older cousin play the game. CEU learned about Mathews a few years ago. Matthew's teammate at Western High, a former CEU player, told the coaches about him. They were able to watch him play and noticed right away his athletic abilities, hard work, and desire to play.
Posted Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 12:00am
Two weeks ago, the Eagles took a trip to Twin Falls, Idaho to take on the College of Southern Idaho.   Going into the weekend games, the Eagles were in sixth place in the region while Southern Idaho was in a battle at the top of the leader board with Snow, SLCC, and Dixie. The game Friday night was never very close.   Southern Idaho jumped out to an early lead and took control of the game.   After that, they never looked back.  It was 40-25 at the half and the onslaught continued in the second half.   The final score was 93-67.  
Posted Thursday, February 26, 2004 - 12:00am
Michael Kirkpatrick came to America in 1999 as part of an exchange program. As fate would have it, he ended up living with a basketball coach in Newport News, Virginia. He began playing for Hampton Roads Academy and before long, talent was discovered and his career began.
Posted Thursday, February 12, 2004 - 12:00am

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