|Published February 21, 2002|
Final season game finds the Wasps stinging the Dinos
The Carbon High boys basketball team finished the season on Tuesday against Wasatch. Although the team lost 86-69, the experience helped to prepare the team for post season action which will begin Friday in St. George at 7 p.m....
Jake Wood on top of his game
Jake Wood, a six foot two inch Senior on the Carbon High basketball team, has put in three years of hard work and dedication as a guard/forward, and was recently nominated for the 3A all star team....
Dinos prepare for state tournament by hosting the Falcons on Saturday
The Carbon High girls basketball team will begin the post season this weekend by hosting a preliminary game against Canyon View High from Cedar City on Saturday at 7 p.m.. The preliminary game will determine whether the Dinos will compete in the stat...
CEU Drill Team Makes a Big Splash in Las Vegas Meet
The CEU drill team took fourth place at the USA Collegiate Nationals in Nevada on the weekend of Feb. 8-10. Included on that team is Brook Wilberg, Mandy Johnson, Sheryl Bliss, Michelle Taylor, Kathy Kendall, Deana Gardner, Jeannie Zwahlen, Stephanie...
Cascade Conference Star was a CEU Lady Eagle
Sometimes fans in Carbon County forget that players who compete at the College of Eastern Utah go on to bigger and better things. Sara Marks, a starting guard on last years Lady Eagles team has moved on to Southern Oregon and is making quite a mark ...
The Sports View
Controversy, controversy, controversy! Does it never end?
Southeastern Utah late February fishing report
Abajo Mountains. There has been little or no fishing activity at San Juan County waters. A temporary daily bag limit is in place at Blanding #4 Reservoir. The daily bag and possession limits of trout are 16 fish, because of plans to drain t...
Babe Ruth meeting on tap for Feb. 21.
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