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Carbon takes second at Emery golf meet

The Carbon Dino golf team finished second in a region meet at Emery's home course Millsite.

Delta led the five teams, shooting a team score of 312. Carbon followed with 328. Lehi finished with 365, Emery with 384 and North Sanpete with 389.

Carbon's Shayne Burke and Mike Zaccaria shot the second best score of the meet with 79.

Cameron Oliver was sixth best with an 81.

Delta's Jordan Fowles had the lowest individual score of 71.

Following are Carbon's individual scores for the meet:

Shayne Burke, 79; Bart Hansen, 95; Kent Hartley, 89; Chase Julian, 89; Houston Lui, 94; Cameron Oliver, 81; Mark Rasmussen, 92; Mike Zaccaria, 79; Jason Child, 89; Jake Erramouspe, 92; Brett Johnson, 92; Kevin Johnson, 101; Hunter King, 90; Ryan Nelson, 117; Garrett Penry, 104.

Carbon will host a golf meet Thursday, Sept. 23 at Carbon Country Club golf course. Contact the golf shop for more information.

Cross country team takes cue from Goodrich

Paul Goodrich led Carbon High to a top three finish, placing first out of 70 other runners in a Sept. 15 at Uintah High.

David Goodrich finished third, while Jacob Perez took fourth.

No team scores were kept, but coach Stewart Foster said the team placed in the top three out of the eight participating teams.

Other Carbon boys runners included Ted Prettyman, Beau Morley, Tyler Munns, Jordon Burrows and Layne Prince.

For the girls team, Brittany Horrock and Ashley Anderson finished in the middle of the pack of 50 runners. In her first run, Katie Hobbs placed right behind her more experienced teammates.

Carbon also competed in the Murray Invitational on Sept. 17 in Salt Lake City.

According to Foster, 200 to 300 runners participated in each category.

Paul Goodrich, a sophomore, took first in the junior varsity race, 10 seconds ahead of his next competitor.

Perez and David Goodrich placed 110th and 75th respectively out of 212 runners in the varsity boys race.

In the girls junior varsity competition, Mikaleen Loveless, Hobbs, Horrocks and Anderson finished close together in the middle of the pack.

Carbon cross country's next meet with take place in Duchesne on Sept. 23.

Kid's fishing day at Gigliotti Pond in Helper

The Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will once again sponsor a Kids' Fishing Day at the Gigliotti Pond in Helper. The free event will take place Saturday, Sept. 25. A fishing license is not required for anglers under 14-years of age. Fishing opens at 7 a.m. and continues until 4 p.m.

The DWR will have rods, reels and bait for those children who don't have their own equipment or tackle. All kids under 14 should register when they arrive at the pond, so they become eligible for prizes in the drawing, which will take place at noon. Prizes include rods, reels, fishing tackle and gift certificates.

The fish limit is four trout. All largemouth bass and bluegill must be immediately released. For more information, contact Brent Stettler of the Price DWR office at 636-0266.


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