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Football Wins Homecoming Game!

The Varsity Football Team found itself down 9 points at halftime, but came out with a BIG third quarter to defeat Grantsville 34-16 on Friday night. Trailing 16-7 entering the third quarter, Union scored 27 unanswered points and held the Cowboys scoreless in the final half to cap off a great Homecoming Week for the […]

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Annual “Unity In Athletics Banquet” Set For September 14, Kicks Off Homecoming Week

KUTV’s Mary Nickles to Keynote The Union High School Athletic Department is proud to announce its plans for the ninth “A Tradition of Union Excellence—Celebrating Unity In Athletics” banquet ceremony. Four new Cougar Legends will be announced in an effort to celebrate Union Athletics while boosting and increasing tradition, spirit, and pride in Cougar Nation! […]

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Cougar Baseball goes 3-1 at Tiger-Panther Tourney

Union opened the 2015 baseball campaign with three straight victories, followed by a close loss in their fourth game to find themselves 3-1 to start off the season.

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Union Baseball Wins 4 of 5 To Start Season

Determination, fight, and persistence were keys in helping the Union Cougars defeat the Juab Wasps 6-5 in extra innings yesterday at the newly renovated Union Cougar Ball Park. After trailing most of the game and despite having bases loaded without scoring in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Cougars never gave up. The defense […]

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Music Bash Features 11 Groups, Performances

Over 200 orchestra and band students from Roosevelt Junior High School (RJHS) and Union High School gathered Tuesday evening and performed as many as 12 numbers for the large crowd inside the Union High School gymnasium. Eleven groups delivered their own number and at the end of the night, came together performing a rousing patriotic […]

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KJ McCook Signs SB Letter of Intent

Surrounded by parents and coaches, Union senior, Kinley (KJ) McCook signed her name on the dotted line, committing to play softball for Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) a junior college located in Rangely, Colorado. “It’s a great opportunity for KJ and our school to get to the next level,” said Union head coach, Bink Bowthorpe. […]

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Cougars Fall To Bear River In 3A Tourney First Round

The 2014-15 season came to an abrupt end for both Cougar basketball teams Friday as the Boys’ lost a closely contested game 57-47 and the Girls’ were defeated 56-32–both at the hands of the Bear River Bears in Garland, Utah. The Union Boys’ and Girls’ basketball teams rallied late in their region schedules to propel […]

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Cougar Basketball Teams to Travel To Bear River On Friday, February 20 For First Round of 3A State Tourney

The Union Boys’ Basketball team, in a play-in game, defeated Morgan last night, 71-63, which placed the Cougars into the Region 10 4th seed and into the first round of the 3A State Tournament.  Brady Nielsen (24 points) and Tye Winterton (23 points) led all scorers. The Cougar Boys’ and Girls’ teams are both matched […]

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Boys basketball Team Dominates OT to Earn Victory Over Morgan; Girls In 3-Way tie for 3rd Place

With the timely outside shooting of Kyle Hanke, the athletic scoring persistence of Trevor Allred and Brady Nielsen, and key free throw shooting from Tye Winterton down the stretch, the Cougars outlasted the Morgan Trojans at Union last Friday 70-57. The win puts the Cougars in a tie with Morgan for 4th place at the […]

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Union Wrestler Wyatt Perry Claims State Title; Others Finish In Top Five

Not many wrestlers get to say they went undefeated in the most important tournament of their lives, but Union wrestler, Wyatt Perry can. “I am a state champion!” he can exclaim. It will always be his to say and no one can take it away from him. Wyatt, a senior, defeated Nick Bingham, Bear River–2014 […]

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