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Carbon Elite rumbles to lopsided win over Vernal

The Carbon Elite football team shook off a loss last weekend as they went on the road to defeat a team from Vernal 78-0 on Saturday morning.
The Carbon Elite football team shook off a loss last weekend as they went on the road to defeat a team from Vernal 78-0 on Saturday morning.
The Carbon Elite football team shook off a loss last weekend as they went on the road to defeat a team from Vernal 78-0 on Saturday morning.

Call it a perfect response to a tough loss one week ago.

Whatever you want to call it, the Carbon Elite football team shook off a loss last weekend as they went on the road to defeat a team from Vernal 78-0 on Saturday morning. Carbon Elite head coach Steve Woodhouse said a game under the lights was scheduled on Friday night against Roosevelt, but the game was cancelled at the last moment. Despite all of the schedule changes, Woodhouse said the team responded well as they executed on both sides of the ball. The offense gained over 700 yards of offense and the defense completed a shut out allowing the Vernal offense only three first downs the whole game.

Carbon Elite, 2-1 overall, will now prepare to travel to the Border Wars tournament. Carbon is scheduled to play South Ogden on Friday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. at Jordan High School. Carbon is guarenteed to play at least two games but any further depends on how they fare against the competition.

(Top) Carbon's offense and defensive lines have played a key role in the success of the team over the season. (Bottom left) Quarterback Austin Woodhouse, pictured in a game against Moab earlier this season, threw four touchdowns and ran in a score for Carbon against Vernal on Saturday. (Bottom right) Collin Lewis, pictured running the ball against Moab, was a part of a stable of running backs along with Zac Gibson, who scored four touchdowns on Saturday, that picked up many of the 700 yards of offense the team had against Vernal.




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