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Lady Dinos lose to Salem Hills


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By TERRY WILLIS
Sun Advocate sports reporter

One bad inning.

For the Lady Dinos has been their downfall in most of their losses this season and on Tuesday it was again more of the same. Salem Hills came out on top with a 10-3 game to finish off Carbon's region play.

Kenzie Cave pitched a good game until the fifth inning. Even then she gave up a few hits and the defense behind her committed a few errors as well. Those mistakes parlayed into five runs before the end of the frame.

Britney Gustas led the Dino offense with a pair of hits and a double. Coach Tony Pinedo was sure it should have been a triple, but Gustas was bumped rounding the bases and stumbled. The base umpire did not see the contact and Gustas had to settle in at second. Megan Tubbs also had a good day at the plate with a pair of hits.

The fate of who their next opponent will be is still in the Lady Dino's hands. The team will travel to Desert Hills Wednesday and finish up against Timpview on Thursday (today). If they can win both of those games they will get to head to North Sanpete to play Bear River at 10 am on Saturday. If they lose even one of the two, they head to Grantsville to play Grantsville at noon on Saturday.

For those that are planning to attend either game information on where they will be playing can be obtained by calling Carbon High or checking the Sun Advocate's breaking news website.

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