STEAD - Heather Evans shot a first-round 86 for 11th place after the first day of the Division I girls golf tournament at Sierra Sage Golf Club.
As a team, the Senators are in seventh place after a 384.
Spanish Springs, led by medalist Katrina Prendergast's 71, is in the top spot with a 328. McQueen is 11 back at 339, Douglas is third with a 366, Manogue is fourth 372, Reno is fifth at 373 and Galena is sixth at 374.
Taylor Krupp is currently 18th at 91 and Erica Gallegos is 26th at 98. Bethany Kniffen had a 109, Callen Aten was at 114 and Megan Goodale shot 118.
The top two teams and the top five players not on advancing teams move on to next week's state tournament at Wildcreek Golf Club in Sparks.
Carson boys lose to Reed
SPARKS - Reed scored twice late in the second half to knock off Carson, 3-1, Monday night.
The first half was a scoreless, and then Reed took a 1-0 lead with a goal in the 50th minute. Jon Guevara tied it for the Senators, but Reed took advantage of two Carson breakdowns defensively to score two more goals and get the win.
"In the second half, Reed started playing to their strength which is a lot of air balls, and we could not handle that," said Carson coach Mehdi Samii.
In JV action, Reed and Carson tied 1-1. Francisco Cabrera scored the Senators' only goal.