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Another win Carbon girls


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By TERRY WILLIS
Sun Advocate sports reporter

For fans that like nail biting endings, the Carbon High girls basketball team has surely delivered. For the second straight game the winning score was delivered in the last seconds of the game.

This time it was the lady Dinos on the receiving end of the winning gift as Tia Pappas hit a shot with 3.1 seconds left on the clock to give Carbon their first win of the season. The Dinos stole the show 43-41 from South Sevier on Tuesday night. They are now 1-1 for the young season.

The Dinos had a five point lead at the half and then let South Sevier cut it to two by the end of the third. In the end it was down to the final shot that determined the game. Pappas finished with 15 points and five steals. She was named the Carbon player of the game.

The garbage girl award went to Sara Potts who pulled in nine rebounds, five steals and eight points. The team will play Emery on Thursday (tonight) down in Castle Dale with game time at 7 p.m.

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