|Published September 16, 2008|
Cowboys gallop over the Dinos
It has been another difficult season for the Dino football team. Friday night's 61-20 loss to Grantsville was a tough pill to swallow for the squad that still hangs on to a hope of a decent season. With one more preseason game this weekend to get...
Pinnacle dominates first home tourney
Playing two opponents in one night, the Pinnacle High Panthers took down the competition like old pros on their way to starting the season 2-0.
Hawks edge out Dinos in region eight opener
With a light rain falling and thunder rumbling overhead, North Sanpete stole the first game of region play from the Dinos girl's soccer squad on Wednesday afternoon by the score of 3-2. "The girls know they outplayed North Sanpete the entire game...
Helper Rams open up with big wins
Quarterback, Nick Haycock takes off for a good gain vs. the San Rafael Bulldogs. The Rams edged out the Bulldogs, 15-14, by garnering a safety late in the game. That coupled with their first week defensive showcase over Castleview, 28-6, has Help...
Carbon X-country stays on pace to compete well at state tourney
On Tuesday, September 9, the Carbon High cross Country team traveled to Vernal for the Uintah Classic Cross Country Invitational. Six teams were in attendance. Including Emery, Union, Altamont, Duchesne and host Uintah. Carbon boys took second pl...
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