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Published February 23, 2010

Carbon Sports

CEU men's basketball continues to dominate


For the CEU men's basketball team it was a good news and bad news weekend. The bad news is that Northern Idaho beat Southern Idaho twice this weekend to hold onto their first place grasp in the SWAC standings. The good news - actually the great n...

CEU women drop another pair


Shooting problems continue for the CEU women as they lost this weekend 81-64 to Snow and then 88-62 to Salt Lake. They will end conference play in fifth place with two regular season games left on the slate....

Carbon girls knock off Desert Hills, head back to state playoffs to play Juab


It was a win or go home play-in game for the Lady Dinos down in St. George on Friday night. Carbon got the 41-31 win over Desert Hills and will now advance to the big dance this Thursday through Saturday up at Utah Valley University....

Coach Bowen garners respect of athletes on and off the court


Coach Jeff Bowen is 63 years young. He has been teaching kids how to play basketball for 32 years. He has taught and coached in New Hampshire, Montana and Utah. He currently is at Pinnacle Canyon Academy and has reached the milestone of 450 wins ...

Sports View


It doesn't feel like baseball season with the snow on the ground. However, it is that time of the year when the past league president turns over the equipment, books, keys, and other related materials to the new league president. (2010 Babe Ruth ...

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