Carbon Babe Ruth all-star results announced. This years 13 year old south tournament included team members Camron Burgess, Dustin Pollastro, Willy Hill, Brian Wilson, Houston Lui, Jay Workman, Cory Patterson, Robby Muncy, Aaron Stefanoff, Adam Archer, Preston Lodeserto, and Luke Kiahtipes. The team was coached by Carl Pollastro and Todd Wilson and was managed by Cory Burgess. The south team competed in the following games.
July 5, Carbon 12, Gunnison 1.
July 6, Carbon 6, Emery 7.
July 9, Carbon 32, Panguitch 2.
July 10, Carbon 8, Beaver 2.
July 11, Carbon 13, Emery 12.
The 13 year old Babe Ruth north team was comprised of Marcus Zaccaria, Zac Jones, Tyler Turcasso, J.D. Sherman, Aaron Sandoval, J.J. Blue, Brett Johnson, Kyle Asay, Jordan Moynier, Bradey Wilde, Colton Howes, and A.J. Mitchenson. The team was coached by Rick Sandoval and Jeff Johnson and managed by Rick Wilde. The team competed in the following all-star games.
July 8, Carbon 24, Roosevelt 8.
July 10, Carbon 14, Vernal 6.
The north tournament team in the 14 year old age division included Chase Julian, Adam Martinez, Chance Misner, Keith Barker, Kyle Leyba, Larry Leonard, Joey Christman, B.J. Hansen, Brent Williams, Bryan Cowley, Matt Biondich, and Levi Branch. The team was managed by Bart Hansen and coached by Ed Grundy and Pete Cowley. The following results were posted by the north team.
July 6, Carbon 14, Roosevelt 4.
July 8, Carbon 10, Vernal 6.
July 10, Carbon 6, Vernal 3.
The 15 year old north tournament team consisted of Chris Hanson, Mike Zaccaria, Timmy Urbanik, Tyler Nelson, Nick Nielson, Danny Davis, Jacob Denison, Camron Oliver, Dustin Howa, Jacob Milchak, Trent Motte, and Tyler Norton. The team was managed by Buzz Rondinelli and coached by Gray Hanson and Dave Zaccaria. The north team posted the following scores.
July 6, Carbon 9, Vernal 3.
July 8, Carbon 9, Roosevelt, 11.
July 9, Carbon 0, Vernal 11.
Local wildlife officials respond quickly and rescue injured fox. Last week Savage truck driver Jan Beardsly was traveling on Ridge Road at approximately 4 a.m. when she passed a fox. Because the truck causes so much wind current, the fox was thrown into the bridge which he stood near. The fox was injured, therefore Beardsly radioed for assistance. The call was made to local wildlife officials who responded within 30 minutes of the incident. Because of their quick response, the fox was transported to an area veterinarian clinic where he received treatment for a broken right leg. The good news is that the fox will make a complete recovery, this is mainly due to the fact that wildlife officials responded immediately to the call.
Because of severe drought conditions, wildlife may be found more often near public roadways. Motorist must exercise caution when traveling rural roads and watch for animals who may be searching for food and water. If an incident does occur, wildlife officials should be contacted immediately.