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Published December 3, 2013

Carbon Sports

Southeastern Utah Fishing Report


ABAJO MOUNTAINS: (November 27) Heavy snow fell on the Abajo Mountains last week, blocking access to Foy and Monticello reservoirs. Conservation Officer Dennis Shumway reported that pike fishing had been picking up at Recapture Reservoir. Overall, the...

Offensive struggles hurt Dinos in back-to-back losses to open season


Slow starts on offense leave CHS boys unable to overcome large deficits

Tintic hands Pinnacle 54-40 loss to open season


A slow start on offense and missed opportunities on the road was too much for the Pinnacle High girl's basketball team to overcome as Tintic sent the Lady Panthers back home with a 54-40 on Nov. 6 to open the 2013-14 season....

USU Eastern men get first loss; Lady Eagles drop two games in Ephraim


The USU Eastern men's basketball team picked up their first loss of the season as they went 1-1 in a tournament in Rock Springs, Wyo.

Lady Dinos look to open new season on high note


With a strong core of returning players from last season's run to the state tournament, the Carbon High girl's basketball team has high hopes to reclaim their spot atop Region 12....

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