Lowry 43, Dayton 28
WINNEMUCCA - Lowry High blanked Dayton in the first quarter en route to 43-28 Division I-A girls basketball win on Friday night.
Lowry led 6-0 after one, but the Dust Devils rebounded with a 9-5 surge in the second quarter to cut the deficit to 11-9. Lowry outscored Dayton 18-10 to build a double-digit lead, 29-19, which was more than enough.
"We couldn't get anything going in the first quarter," Dayton coach Cliff Serawop said. "Our defense was pretty good. We made them earn their points. We didn't give them anything."
What also didn't help Dayton was the fact that top scorer Marbel Ledezma was held scoreless. Lettie Lynch led Dayton with seven points.
"If they hold her, it's going to be a long day," Serawop said. "They really keyed on her. She had some opportunities to score."
Carson 44, North Valleys 39
RENO - Michelle Perry scored 23 points, including four in overtime, to lead the Carson girls to an overtime win over North Valleys on Friday.
The game was tied at 36-all in regulation. Carson outscored the Panthers 8-3 in the extra period. Christine Boiling iced the game with two free throws with 12 seconds left.
Carson 55, North Valleys 50
Carson outscored the Panthers 20-4 in the third quarter to build a double-digit lead, and then had to hold on for a narrow win.
Jared Rooker, Asa Carter and Ian Schulz had 12 points apiece while Robby Miller chipped in 11.
Carson 36, North Valleys 27
The Carson freshmen girls basketball team knocked off North Valleys, 36-27, on Friday.
Leading Carson was Melissa Glanzmann with 11 points. Bailey Allen had nine points, nine rebounds and nine steals. Andrea Maffei chipped in five points, six rebounds and seven steals.
Carson competes in first meet
Ian VanRensselaer led Carson's boys team with a 35th place finish at Thursday's season-opening event at Alpine Meadows. He was timed in 1:20.5 for his two giant slalom runs.
Carson's Charles Hersey finished in 37th place in 1:21.6. Lucas Wright was 48th (1:28.5), Nick Greene was 50th in 1:28.7 and Justin Gross was 67th in 1:59.4.
Carolyn Carter was 29th with a time of 1:30.0. Alison Greene was 38th in 1:44.7, Emma Caufield was 40th in 1:45.1 and Marlene Gaubinger was 41st in 1:47.2.
The girls finished fourth with 129, while the boys were sixth with 135.