The Carson High varsity and JV cheerleaders will host a community clinic open to boys and girls first through eighth grade.
The four-hour clinic will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at CHS. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The cost is $40, and a liability waiver must be signed before participation is allowed.
Coach Marissa Beck and her two squads will teach participants valuable cheerleading skills. The clinic participants also will learn a routine which will be performed at the Reno game on Aug. 31.
Forms can be obtained at the event or at www.senatorsfootballboosters.com. Go to the Cheer tab at the top of the page. Forms can also be picked up and dropped off at Carson's athletic department or Sierra Adrenaline Cheer & Tumbling, 4630 Highway 50 East.
Beck can be reached at 690-8186.
Two senior swimmers part
of FINA world mark
Two Carson Aquatic members - 83-year-old Harry Goldsmith of Glenbrook and 82-year-old Pierre Hathaway - competed for the Alameda Acqautic Masters team at the Pacific Masters LCM Championship at College of San Mateo.
The two locals teamed up with two other swimmers (both over 80) and swam in the 320-359 age group. The quartet clocked a 7:14.62 in the 400 freestyle relay which broke the previous record of 7:17.96 held by four Russian swimmers.
The FINA organization didn't start to compile times until late 2009. A U.S. team swam a faster time in 2007, but it wasn't recognized because FINA wasn't compiling marks then.
Another Carson Aqautic swimmer, Washoe Valley's Larry Greenman, swam unatached. He was sixth in the 60-64 age group in the 1500-meter free (25:40.17).
Frewert wins national
Zach Frewert, a Nevada Connections Academy seventh-grader, recently received a pop Warner first team national academic All-American award.
The award is a combination of grades, extracirricular activities (non-sports). In 2012, only 38 seventh-grade kids across the nation received the award. Frewert has been a straight-A student for three years at NCA.
WildCats take 2nd
in South Tahoe
The Carson WildCats concluded their season with a second-place finish at the season-ending South Tahoe 18U tournament.
No tournament results were furnished. The WildCats finished 40-14-5 with three firsts and three seconds. The WildCats batted .407 for the tournament, led by WNC players Jennifer Quam (.671) and Lauren Knorzer (.522).
Foursome combines for
T. Canyon victory
Chuck Griffin, Paul Ricciardi, Terry Gilmertin and Tom Brennan combined for a 127 to win Thunder Canyon Men's Club Variable Best Ball on Aug. 8.
The team of Jim Fitzpatrick, Fran Menante, Randy Plymell and John Anderson were second at 129.
Estes wins flight
for CVGC event
Bob Estes shot a net 66 to win the individual stroke play event in the A flight at Carson Valley Golf Club on Aug.19.
Tim Hines was scond in flight A with a 69, while Bill Chernock was third at 71.
Bill Allen won B flight with a 64, eight shots better than Anthony Smokey and Augie Martinez.
Brent Holderman and John Carey tied for first in flight C with a 72, three shots better than Ed Hunter.
Senior men compete
in Stableford event
The team of Lew Dodgion, Vern Rosse, James Barnett and Larry Hamann won teh Silver Oak Senior Men's Club Stableford tourney on Aug. 14.
Paul Ford, Paul Cote, Ron Tamori and Gary Helseth were second. No scores were reported.