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Early December southeastern Utah fishing report

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Chase Sillitoe

Chase Sillitoe is a freshman on this year's squad. He plays either small forward or power forward when he gets a chance. Basketball is his sports focus, but he enjoys hunting as well. When in school, he looks forward to his physical education class. Sillitoe has one sister. He sees his grandfather as his role model.

Beau Morley

Junior Beau Morley is a 3 guard on this year's squad. He runs for the cross country team and plays soccer for Carbon High. Morley enjoys English, but is thinking about going to college for a business degree. He is considering BYU as the college of his choice. For recreation he likes to run. When asked about a role model, he quickly answered his dad was his.

Jake Knighton

Sophomore Jake Knighton is a forward on the Carbon High team. He also participates in football and baseball. With sports such a focus in his life, athletic training is a natural as his favorite class. When not on the playing field he enjoys motocross and snowboarding. He would like to attend Notre Dame and major in psychology. His mom and his uncle are the people he looks up to.

Jordan Tatton

Sophomore Jordan Tatton is a point guard for the Carbon Dinos. He also is a member of the Dino football squad. He enjoys hanging out with his friends to unwind from sports and school. Tatton has high hopes about attending college. His choices include either Florida or North Carolina. When asked who he looks up to, he quipped, "Everyone, I'm pretty short."

Tyler Bean

Tyler Bean is a junior on the Carbon basketball team. He specializes in the guard position. He focuses so much on sports; he feels he has no other activities off the field. He loves his sports medicine class. He is hoping to play either football or baseball at the college level. As for his choice of college his answer was down to earth. "Whatever college will have me." Bean considers his dad the person he admires.

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