|Published April 18, 2002|
Fall from grace only temporary as Dinos smash Hawks
Jeff Jewkes went five innings in the game with North Sanpete and only allowed three hits during his stint on the mound during Tuesday evenings game. Troy Grundy took over from Jewkes and also held the Hawks scoreless....
Dinos softball team progresses despite region loss
Third basemen, Rachelle Gunderson prepares to throw the ball to first base for a quick out during last weeks home game against Lehi. Similar to last weeks loss, the Dinos found themselves falling to North Sanpete on Tuesday after several small mist...
Dino tennis team hosts competative Pioneers
In a highly competative match up on Tuesday, Ryne Vogel, along with his partner Kellen Spillman fought a tough fight against a doubles team from Lehi. The Carbon team played strong despite losing to Lehi 5-7, 3-6. ...
Stuggling Eagles team visits Rebels in Dixie
The season has not been too successful for the Eagles in the win column, but several players have had a great showing so far, including Eric Turnbow. As a hitter, Turnbow brings a lot of strength to bat along with a .273 batting average....
Former East Carbon residents capture world championship in cutter and chariot racing
Former East Carbon residents, Jim Padgett Sr. and Jr., recently captured the world championship in cutter and chariot racing. The event was held March 31 in Ogden with teams from across the world competing. Padgett racing took home the title after wi...
Reliving and remembering the old west
Members of the Castlegate Posse reinact life in the days of the old west. The posse is gearing up for its annual shootout to be held April 26-28. The event is sure to be a load of fun for all who attend. ...
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