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Woods Cross girls defeat Bonneville 3-0 Tuesday in volleyball action.
Woods Cross downs Bonneville 3-0 in volleyball
Woods Cross girls defeat Bonneville 3-0 Tuesday in volleyball action.
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Charles Kelly Class
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“Gone Golfin’” PGA professional Charles Kelly Class left us on July 10, 2014 at the age of 57. Golf was Kelly’s passion. He was the golf professional at Lakeside Golf Course in West Bountiful from 1989 to 2013 and owner of “Golf with Class” in Woods Cross. In 1998, he was the Utah Assistant Professional of the Year, and he served on the PGA President’s Council on “Growing the Game.” Kelly was well-known and respected in all circles of the golfing community and will be remembered for his love of and contributions to the game. Kelly is preceded in death by his parents, Audrey and Charles Class. He left behind his wife, Kari Class; Previous wife, Debbi Class; sons, Eric and Evan (Sarah) Class; stepchildren Jack Esper and Ashly Esper (son, Kooper); sister, Paulette (Gary) Birdsall; nieces, Callie Birdsall and Sarah (John) Huizingh; grandchildren, Oliver and Angela Class, and Tyler Kortkamp and many friends both personal and professional. A “Celebration of Life” will be held on Sunday, July 20, at 4:00 p.m. at the home of Paulette Birdsall, 2893 South 400 East, Bountiful. Donations for assistance with final expenses will be appreciated and can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank to the Kelly Class Memorial Fund. Condolences at www.russonmortuary.com.
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Bountiful's Sam Merrill scored 20 points in Monday night's 4A boys' basketball game against Provo. The Braves beat the Bulldogs 76-44 and will play Wednesday afternoon.
Photo by Jen Barnett | photo-jen-ics.smugmug.com
Bountiful's Sam Merrill scored 20 points in Monday night's 4A boys' basketball game against Provo. The Braves beat the Bulldogs 76-44 and will play Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Jen Barnett | photo-jen-ics.smugmug.com
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