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Final Standings are in for Class 3A Spring Sports


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The spring sports season is rapidly drawing to a close with only championship games left to be played before the school year is completed. The Carbon High Dinos are among the schools in the class 3A division that have finished a highly competitive sports season.

The Carbon boys soccer team struggled this year with a 0-12 record. Despite the heartbreaking season, the team had fun and competed to the best of their abilities. Next season should find the team on top of their game with most players returning to action.

The Dinos softball team also had a season filled with heartache. The girls team competed strong throughout the season, but only managed to win two games all season. Most of the games in which the Dinos competed in ended up with the Carbon team often times losing by only one or two runs. The team can be proud however of the amazing defense that was played each game in the regular season.

Although the Dinos softball team and soccer team each missed the playoffs, the Carbon baseball team did not. In fact, the Dinos finished the season ranked fifth in the 3A standing with a 6-2 record. The team is playing strong and are currently competing in the state championships looking for a second straight state title. The Dinos will begin the quest for the championship May 9 in Spanish Fork. The double elimination tournament will last through Saturday when a champion will be crowned.


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