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Carbon Rodeo members receive buckles

The Carbon Rodeo team competed in the Panguitch Invitational Rodeo on July 21-24.

The rodeo was open to all contestants which qualified for their state finals. The members were competing against members from Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Arizona and California. There were three go-arounds total. The average on two head determined who would qualify for the short go which took place Saturday, July 24.

Jeremy Noyes came in tied for first in the average for the bareback riding and ended up bringing home the second place buckle.

McKet Young began the event in fourth in the breakaway and ended up third.

Young also placed 14th in the barrels, which just missed the average for the short go in the event.

Tram Electric Golf stuff

Scramble golf tournament benefits Little League baseball The first annual Little League baseball scramble golf tournament will take place April 17 at the Carbon Country Club golf course, with all proceeds going to support area Little League baseball teams. Contact Tom King Jr. at the pro shop to register.

Wellington WBBA Little League sign-up

Registration for Wellington WBBA Little League will take place Friday, March 12 at Wellington City Hall between 6 and 8 p.m. Ages are from eight to 12 and all participants must bring a birth certificate.

For more information, contact Kyle Edwards at 637-2215.

Carbon High girls soccer tryouts Aug 2-6

The Lady Dino soccer tryouts for the 2004 season began Aug 2 on the soccer fields on the north side of Carbon High School.

Any girl in ninth through 12th grade is eligible and encouraged to attend today's tryouts.

International Days 5K run results

Following are the results of the weekend run:

1. 19:28, Michael Hansen

2. 19:44, Brad Crompton

3. 19:56, Jake Dodds

4. 20:04, Greg Stucki

5. 20:17, Jerry Moody

6. 21:09, Jacob Burrows

7. 22:48, Corey Heaps

8. 22:56, Shawn Grant

9. 23:45, Craig Friant

10. 23:53, Jordan Burrows

11. 24:06, Brock Morley

12. 24:28, Jacob Perez

13. 25:04, Anthony Beals

14. 25:12, Holly Ogden

15. 25:14, Fernae Morley

16. 25:54, Dede Howa

17. 25:54, Travis Ogden

18. 26:06, Lindsay Dodds

19. 26:59, Diane Heaps

20. 27:56, Paige Morley

21. 28:27, Brian Peterson

22. 28:29, Scott Merrell

23. 28:38, Jessica Stucki

24. 28:43, Sheena Stucki

25. 29:42, Darrel Wood

26. 30:30, Natalie Stucki

27. 32:01, Tom Ackerson

28. 32:05, Nachelle Cannon

29. 32:09, Teresa Howa

30. 36:40, Heather Simkins

31. 36:41, Marnie Petersen

32. 37:36, Jonie Schaeffer

33. 44:56, Neal Stucki

34. 45:06, Terri Stucki

35. 47:04, Tiffany Parker

36. 47:04, Derald Kurtz

37. 48:10, Trisha Allen

38. 48:10, Tiffany Sorensen

39. 48:10, Kim Ackerson

Tram Electric two woman best ball registration begins

The two woman best ball registration began Aug. 1 and will continue until all slots are full.

The event will take place on Aug. 18 at the Carbon Country Club golf course.

Registration fee will include a cart, along with a lunch and continental breakfast.

For more information or to register, contact the Carbon Country Club golf shop.


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