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Two Carbon High baseball players receive academic all-state honors during finals


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By TERRY WILLIS
Sun Advocate sports reporter

JJ Blue and Bradey Wilde receive academic all-state honors at the 3A state baseball finals on May 19

During the 3A state championship baseball finals on May 19 two Carbon High seniors were presented with the highest of student athlete honors. JJ Blue and Bradey Wilde were both honored by the Utah High School Athletic Activities Association for Academic All-State. Blue and Wilde are the first Carbon High baseball players to be chosen in recent school history and the first time Carbon has placed two players on the same baseball team. Both players had a 3.96 grade point average, batted over .400 percent and lead the team in total hits.

Blue has been accepted to the University of Utah in electrical engineering and is the recipient of the top ten scholarship award from the U of U, Price Elks Scholarship, CHS football boosters scholarship award and the Bob Haley Memorial Scholarship.

Wilde plans to attend the College of Eastern Utah in civil engineering and is the recipient of a full tuition academic scholarship from CEU. He is also the recipient of the top ten scholarship award.

Both players have been invited to play in the state 3A all-star baseball game in Ogden at Linquist Field.


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