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Lady Dino softball team preparing for tough road in 3A State Tournament


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Carbon to play top seed Cedar High in one of the toughest pods of tournament bracket

With a tough final stretch of the season for the Carbon High softball team, the road won't be getting any easier with state tournament play set to begin this weekend.

After dropping five of their final six games to finish the season, the Lady Dinos (9-13 overall and 4-8 in Region 12 play) will head into the 3A Tournament in what could be one of the toughest pods of the bracket.

Carbon, the fourth seed from Region 12, will travel to Cedar City to take on Region 9 one seed Cedar High on Saturday, May 10 at 10 a.m.

The winner of that game would play the winner of Juan Diego/Stansbury on Thursday, May 15 at the Spanish Fork Softball Complex.

If Carbon loses, they would move to the one loss bracket and would play a second game on Saturday against the loser of Juan Diego/Stansbury on Saturday, May 10 at 2 p.m.

The winner of that game would advance in the one loss bracket and play on Thursday, May 15. The loser in that game would see their 2014 season come to an end.

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