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Carbon High golfers hit the links

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The Carbon boy's golf team began with rain out on Aug. 19. The match was supposed to be in Park City. On Monday, Aug. 23 they traveled to Vernal to play in the Eastern Utah Open they took third out of four. They moved their home region meet up to last Thursday instead of Sept. 19 and took fourth out of five teams.

Uintah had two teams in the meet with Uintah High School and Roosevelt High School. Clint Finkbiner shot an 82, Jaren McCourt an 83, Gage Bigelow shot an 84, and Blake Bean shot a 97 for Carbon's four scores. The Dino team total was 346. Uintah won with a 302, Union finished with 333, and Uintah B had a 364 to finish at the bottom.

The home region meet had five teams playing on the course at Carbon Country Club. The club shut down the course for the event and the golfers enjoyed a shotgun start.

Clint Finkbiner shot a 75 and finished tied for fourth in the individual standings. Robbi Etzel ended with an 81, Gage Bigelow shot an 84 and Dakota Andrews rounded out the scoring with an 86.

Team scoring had Park City finishing with a 302, Union put up a 305, Wasatch shot 310, Carbon had a 326, and ALA shot a 410 team total.

Carbon's next match will be next Thursday at Park City. This is a make up match from the one that got rained out.

On Thursday Carbon headed to Park City. They finished in fourth place again. Team totals for the meet were: Park City 307, Wasatch 335, Union 340, Carbon 361 and ALA 451.

Carbon's individual scores were: Jaren McCourt 84, Clint Finkfiner 87,Nick Rukavina 93 and Gage Bigelow 97.Others that played varsity are Dakota Andrews, Robbi Etzel, Derek Young and Bryce Blackburn.

"That may be our fate for the year but we will keep working," remarked Coach Pinedo.

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