|Published March 30, 2010|
Carbon Softball loses offensive duel to South Sevier
In their final preseason game of the season, Carbon played host to a scrappy team from South Sevier. It was a game that saw a lot of offense, including three balls that sailed over the fence before all was said and done. But in the end it was Sou...
CEU's Craig sees players as people
Coach Chris Craig puts his players first as people, athletes second. His greatest pleasure comes from watching his players succeed on and off the basketball court. Being a coach at a community college, he has a lot more opportunity to get to know...
Scoring still sparse for Dino's
It remains a tough season for the Carbon Dino soccer team as they still have not posted a win yet this season. The closest thing so far is a 1-1 tie with Grantsville last Wed, March 24. But on Friday the powerful Wasatch Wasps came to play and st...
Sports View: Kansas trip interesting, enlightening and something not to do again
Leaving CEU at 10 p.m. a van containing eight passengers, two sets of golf clubs, numerous cameras and enough luggage to survive a year on the road, loyal fans started what would be an monotonous 16-hour ride in a state van. Leaving during the ni...
Impressive wins keep Dino boy's baseball undefeated
The final test for the Dino baseball squad was against two 4A schools. If Coach Troy Moynier had any doubts about his team, they are quickly vanishing as the Dinos routed Highland 16-4 on Wednesday before defeating Mountain View 15-7 on Thursday ...
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