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Divers compete at South Summit


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On Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, Carbon divers traveled to South Summit high school for its first invitational diving meet.

Nick Torres placed first in the Eleven Dive Competition. Nick had one failed dive and this dropped him out of a chance for second place. The team is still looking for divers.

In the six dive competition, Trevyn Hepworth placed second over all for girls and Brett Cook placed third in the boy's group.

On Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009, Carbon held its annual diving meet.

Nick Torres claimed first place in the boy's eleven dive competition. Nick looked better than last week on some dives, but has some work to do on some of his dives also.

Trevyn Hepworth scored higher and placed second in the girls six dive competition.

In the boys six dive competition Christian Johnston, a first year diver and ninth grader from Mont Harmon Jr. High placed first. This is Christian's first meet and is learning to dive from scratch. The first time he came to diving practice he ended up doing a belly flop. The team was excited to see his progress in this sport.

The next competition will be Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009, at South Summit high school.

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