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Cowboys lasso Dinos in lopsided loss

The Grantsville defense made it hard for the Carbon offense to do much as defenders swarmed around Dominic Rondinelli in the first quarter on Friday evening.

Sun Advocate sports reporter

As the season shifts from summer to fall, the Carbon High School football team is hoping that a change of seasons may help give the team a boost after a 48-0 home loss to Grantsville on Friday evening.

With the shut out, the Dinos have been held scoreless since the fourth quarter of a 28-14 loss to ALA on Aug. 30, a span three games and 12 quarters total.

Grantsville scored their first touchdown 41 seconds into the game and built a 35-0 leading going into halftime over the Dinos.

The Dinos were stymied on offense by the Cowboy defense as they were held to -11 rushing yards and 13 yards passing on the night.

For the Dinos, the road from here only gets harder as the team will travel on the road for back-to-back games against Morgan this Friday and against Judge Memorial on Oct. 4.

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