Off the Bench - Carbon High schools Lady Dinos
April Milano is a sophomore this year. She is a point guard as well as a playing the post position for the team. When she finishes high school she plans to attend CEU for two years before going on to study at Utah State University. She finds Health class the most interesting this year. She has a younger sister at home. When asked who she looks up to, she immediately said her parents.
Sophomore Brittany McKibben plays guard on this year's squad. While college is in her plans after high school, she has not narrowed down any favorite yet. Even though she enjoys many classes, English is the one she looks forward to. She only has one sibling at home and that is her younger sister. McKibben was quick to name her parents as people she looks up to as her role models.
Cherelle Julian is a post player for Carbon this year. As a sophomore she is getting a chance for some minutes on the court. Her English class is one of her favorites and will help prepare her to attend college after graduation. If she can, she wants to attend the U of U for her post high school education. She has 3 older sisters and only one brother. It is her brother Chase that she looks up to as a role model.
Emily Cox is a sophomore on the Carbon High squad. She is a post player for the young Dino squad. One of her favorite classes this semester is Biology. Her immediate plan after she graduates is to attend CEU. She has no lock on a four year school yet. She is the youngest out of 3 sisters and two brothers. Her parents are her biggest role models.
Sophomore Kelsey Tatton is playing the guard and post positions for the Carbon lady Dinos this year. Her favorite course of study is currently Biology. She would like to go to college and if she has her way she will attend the College of Eastern Utah. She has an older sister to lead the way for her. Her role models are her mother and her father.