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Off the Bench


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Each week during the basketball season the Sun Advocate highlights players from the Carbon High girls and boys basketball teams.

Cole Warburton is a shooting guard for Carbon basketball in his junior year of high school.

He is the youngest and has four older sisters. He looks up to all his sisters.

He likes to go camping when he has free time. Cole also likes to play volleyball, but is not on an organized team.

His favorite class is French.

After high school he plans to go on a mission for his church and attend the University of Utah.

Megan Garvin is a sophomore guard on the Carbon Lady Dinos basketball squad.

She is also a softball player and plays most positions. On the volleyball team she is a middle hitter.

Megan enjoys singing and dancing. One of her favorite classes is math, but she also finds history fun as well.

Megan is the second youngest out of five kids. She has three brothers and one sister. Megan looks up to her dad as a role model.

Kyle Asay is a junior on the Carbon basketball squad. He plays forward on the team. He is a pitcher and an outfielder on the Carbon baseball team as well.

He likes science, but enjoys astronomy best. Kyle is also a snowboarder when he gets a chance.

He is a middle child with both an older and younger sister to keep him company. He admires his dad the most.

He is looking forward to being in athletics at Cal-State Fullerton someday.

Kayla Namanny is a sophomore post player on the Lady Dinos team. She is also a midfielder on the soccer team.

To unwind from sports she takes on water skiing and also loves to go camping.

Kayla is the sixth child among seven sisters and three brothers.

She admires Morgan Warburton as a role model.

English is the class she most enjoys.

Her plans after high school include attending the University of Utah.


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