OGDEN -- The Weber State men's golf team added another local pair of golfers recently with the signing of Kyler Dearden and Colton Dallimore of to letters of intent.
"I'm very pleased to have Kyler and Colton sign with the Wildcats," WSU coach Dave Kearl said. "They are talented players who will really help the program in the coming years. They are also great young men who will be successful in the classroom as well."
Dearden has been the No. 1 player at Northridge High School for the past four years. He was the state 5-A tournament runner-up as a junior and finished fifth as a senior. He was a three-time All-Region 1 selection and was named to the All-State First Team twice.
In junior play, Dearden qualified for the Junior World Championships in 2008 at age 14, qualified for the Utah State Amateur at 15, and also qualified for the US Junior Americas Cup.
Dallimore has been an All-Region 1 performer for the past three seasons, helping Syracuse High School win the Region 1 championship in 2008, 2010 and 2011, and to the 2009 state 5-A championship.
In 2010, he helped the Titans to the title in the inaugural Antigua National High School Invitational. His junior accomplishments include qualifications for the Optimist International Junior Championships and the Callaway Junior World Championships, as well as representing Utah in the Junior America's Cup.
* WSU ADDS CARPENTER: Weber State University women's basketball coach Bethann Ord announced that Jalen Carpenter has signed a letter of intent, joining four others to round out the Wildcats' early signing period for the 2012-13 season.
Carpenter, a 6-foot-2, guard/forward from Bremerton High School in Seattle, Wash., is a three-time All-Region and All-State selection.
"Jalen is going to be an impact player for our program next year," Ord said. "She has great work ethic and is always in the gym. She is very athletic and explosive, and can get to the rim."
As a junior she averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds and was named to the All-Kitsap County Girls Basketball Team. She was the summer MVP with her club team, Lady Style Elite, which she led in rebounding and blocked shots, and was second in scoring.