Stats: 3A Girls’ Golf | NevadaAppeal.com

Stats: 3A Girls’ Golf

staff reports at Desert Lakes, Fernley Team Scores Truckee 472-483-955 Boulder City 496-472-968 Pahrump 494-497-991 Fernley 519-490-1009 Incline 533-482-1015 N. Tahoe 530-496-1026 Manogue 545-527-1072 Virgin Valley 628-565-1193 Individual scores Jones (NT) 87-81-168 Trudeau (Tru) 83-86-169 Harter (Tru) 82-95-177 Gillig (BC) 89-91-180 McDonald (BC) 91-90-181 Hopkins (P) 87-94-181 Oberly (I) 97-85-182 Grace (BC) 98-85-183 Mays (Spring Creek) 90-95-185 Eilrich (F) 99-86-185 Jandebuer (F) 97-91-188 Apadoca (P) 94-99-193 Jurey (Wells) 98-95-193 Raner (P) 96-101-197 Milani (NT) 100-100-200 DeCarlo (T) 102-98-200 Thomas (F) 99-102-201 Ayers (SC) 102-100-202 Turner (V) 99-104-203 Davis (T) 105-98-203 Ziamowski (I) 105-99-204 Hills (I) 109-95-204 Waller (T) 100-106-206 Cross (P) 103-104-207 Ellsworth (I) 107-100-207 Harless (Battle Mountain) 106-102-108 Feinberg (M) 105-105-210 Williams (BC) 108-102-210 Spencer (BM) 112-98-210 Elston (M) 106-105-211 H. Dillon (M) 113-99-212 Nilson (P) 114-99-213 Harrison (BC) 110-104-214 Adams (NT) 111-103-214 Stewart (M) 112-104-216 Reeder (F) 110-108-218 Connors (I) 115-103-218 Gonzales (F) 114-107-221 Hordswick (Whittel) 118-103-218 Strachan (BC) 117-105-222 Inman (Hawthorne) 119-104-223 Whittlinger (NT) 120-105-225 Leming (Moapa) 119-108-227 Hagan (I) 120-109-229 Dodd (V) 123-106-229 Hendryx (Round Mtn.) 118-113-231 Harlow (NT) 125-107-232 Kirk (F) 128-104-232 Calvanese (M) 109-124-233 Washington (P) 114-119-233 Giomi (Yerington) 115-118-233 Leonard (Mo) 121-113-234 Partridge (NT) 112-128-240 Robertson (Yer) 118-123-241 Fair (White Pine) 120-124-244 Walstrom (T) 128-119-247 Schearer (V) 130-117-247 Hermann (WP) 129-124-253 C. Dillon (M) 140-114-254 Faught (V) 131-125-256 Skog (Dayton) 131-127-258 Milachowski (V) 145-132-277 Frehner (V) 164-113-277

3A Girls Golf State Championships

Desert Lakes, Fernley Team results: Truckee 472, Pahrump 494, Boulder City 496, Fernley 519, N. Tahoe 530, Incline 533, Manogue 545, Virgin Valley Individual results: Harter (T) 82, Trudeau (T) 83, Jones (NT) 87, Hopkins (P) 87, Gillig (BC) 89, Mays (Spring Creek) 90, McDonald (BC) 91, Apadoca (P) 94, Raner (P) 96, Janderbuer (F) 97, Oberly (I) 97, Jurey (Wells) 98, Grace (BC) 98, Ellrich (F) 99, Thomas (F) 99, Turner (V) 99, Waller (T) 100, Milani (NT) 100, Ayers (SC) 102, DeCarlo (T) 102, Cross (P) 103, Davis (T) 105, Feinberg (M) 105, Ziamowski (I) 105, Harless (Battle Mountain) 106, Elston (M) 106, Ellsworth (I) 107, Williams (BC) 108, Calvanese (M) 109, Hills (I) 109, Reeder (F) 110, Harrison (BC) 110, Adams (NT) 111, Partridge (NT) 112, Spencer (BM) 112, Stewart (M) 112, Dillon (M) 113, Washington (P) 114, Nilson (P) 114, Gonzales (F) 114, Giomi (Yer) 115, Connors (I) 115, Strachan (BC) 117, Hordswick (Whittel) 118, Leming (Moapa) 119, Inman (Hawthorne) 119, Fair (White Pine) 120, Whittlinger (NT) 120, Hagan (I) 120, Leonard (Moa) 121, Dodd (V) 123, Harlow (NT) 125, Walstrom (T) 128, Hermann (WP) 129, Schearer (V) 130, Skog (Day) 131, Faught (V) 131, Dillon (M) 140, Milachowski (V) 145, Frehner (V) 164

1999 U.S. Bank/NIAA GIrls Golf

STATE Championships Canyon Gate Country Club, Las Vegas Team standings Green Valley 393-401-794 Bishop Gorman 435-430-865 Durango 438-447-885 Galena 481-462-943 Reno 479-499-978 Palo Verde 519-504-1023 Wooster 524-505-1029 Carson 553-532-1085 Individual standings C. Fernandez (GV) 73-80-153 M. Fernandez (GV) 78-75-153 Kindig (GV) 75-79-154 Gill (Gal) 77-77-154 Auten (Bonanza) 79-76-155 Reilly (BG) 79-76-155 Welch (Dur) 78-78-156 De’Ath (GV) 80-78-158 Andrews (Dur) 75-84-159 Chappell (Churchill County) 78-81-159 Monteiro (Bon) 82-80-162 Hentzner (BG) 83-80-163 Faber (Dur) 84-83-167 Oliver (Hug) 83-86-169 Webb (BG) 82-90-172 Detomasi (CC) 83-90-173 Lee (Silverado) 85-91-176 Folosine (Reno) 84-93-177 Miranda (Cimarron) 87-90-177 Baxter (Car) 91-88-179 Dionne (GV) 87-92-179 Wallin (BG) 91-88-179 A. Nelson (Woo) 93-87-180 Cohen (GV) 96-89-185 Ely (Gal) 93-92-185 Nunn (Reno) 88-98-186 Butts (SLT) 93-96-189 Schlosser (Gal) 104-87-191 K. Nelson (Woo) 96-98-194 Maynes (Silverado) 100-95-195 Bartmus (Dur) 100-96-196 Henderson (PV) 98-98-196 Glenn (Reno) 98-100-198 Mark (BG) 100-98-198 Van Cleve (BG) 102-96-198 Hecker (PV) 103-96-199 Hird (Reno) 97-104-201 Sherba (PV) 102-99-201 Canepa (Gal) 102-100-202 Sutton (Dur) 101-106-207 Johnson (Woo) 105-104-209 Boyle (Reed) 108-103-211 Cassell (PV) 106-105-211 Ellis (Gal) 104-106-211 DeLucia (Dur) 102-112-214 Fitzhenry (Car) 112-108-220 Yeaton (PV) 114-106-220 Maupin (Reno) 117-104-221 Cipriano (Gal) 114-108-222 Picollo (Woo) 114-109-223 K. Teixera (Woo) 116-107-223 McCoy (PV) 110-115-225 Heinen (Reno) 112-117-229 Liveratti (Car) 117-113-230 Mulvane (Car) 121-110-231 Borst (Car) 112-124-236 Upton (Car) 124-113-237 T. Teixeira (Woo) 117-126-243

Living in Carson City proves costly

The cost of living in Carson City was 11.4 percent above the national average last quarter and higher than in Reno/Sparks, Las Vegas or Elko, the other Nevada areas in a nationwide survey. In local cost of living has steadily increased for Carson City since the survey was first taken here a decade ago, but that is not inhibiting business or people from coming here, according to Larry Osborne, executive vice president of the Carson City Area Chamber of Commerce. “It’s the areas where the cost of living is 10 or 20 percent below the national average that raise concerns,” Osborne said Saturday. “People look at that and say, ‘What’s missing there?’” Many of the more desireable places to live and work, such as Boulder, Colo., have high costs of livng than average, Osborne said. And businesses continue to open in or relocate to Carson City, even as housing availability has become tighter and some prices have risen, Osborne said. Osborne pointed out that Carson City costs for housing are lower in Reno/Sparks, for utilities are lower than in Elko and for transportation and health care are lower than in Las Vegas. He also noted that transportation costs documented in the survey are substantially higher for western cities than the rest of the country. He attributed much of that to the price of gasoline in the West. “We have a lot of tourists coming in buying gas, long distances to drive, other market factors that affect gas prices,” he said. The quarterly report is based on a survey of 59 basic items such as groceries, clothing, rents and utilities and is collected by Chambers of Commerce or similar organizations in 310 areas throughout the country. The report does not itself document cost of living changes from year to year, but Osborne said Carson City’s index was in the mid- to high-90s a decade ago. He cited some examples of changed costs in that period. An 1,800-square-foot home on an 8,000-square-foot lot in Carson City was $116,128 a decade ago, but averages $160,040 now. The price of a day in a semi-private hospital room here increased from $290 to $505. And a T-bone steak that went for $4.012 a pound in 1989 is about $6.31 a pound these days. The Carson chamber gathers the information for the quarterly survey by ACCRA and published the results in its November newsletter. Osborne, a past president of ACCRA, said the organization formerly was known as the American Chamber of Commerce Research Association, but dropped its name to just its acronym because a number of members area economic development organizations and other non-chamber groups. The ACCRA cost of living index was named one of the “best sources of marketing information” in 1995 by American Demographics magazine. Text box–survey info Composite Index Grocery Items Housing Utilities Transportation Health Care Misc. Goods and Services Carson City 111.4 116.8 110.5 103.5 126.7 121.8 105.3 Reno/Sparks 109.5 109.0 117.4 94.9 124.3 122.7 100.2 Las Vegas 106.6 115.1 96.8 87.0 131.8 125.1 105.1 Elko 106.4 112.5 98.3 113.9 107.8 121.1 105.8 Sacramento 113.1 120.0 107.8 116.0 131.8 144.6 103.0

Giants beat Dodgers 2-1, sending Kershaw to loss

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Ryan Vogelsong pitched into the eighth inning for the first time this season, Brett Pill hit a two-run homer off Clayton Kershaw and the San Francisco Giants defeated the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 Tuesday night, ending a streak of 12 straight winning decisions at home by the reigning NL Cy Young winner. Kershaw hadn’t lost at home since April 16, 2011, against St. Louis. The Giants snapped an 0-6 skid against the left-hander with their first win since Aug. 1, 2010. Vogelsong (1-2) allowed one run and eight hits in 7 1-3 innings. The right-hander walked three and struck out one. The Dodgers loaded the bases against Vogelsong in the bottom of the eighth inning. Pinch-hitter Bobby Abreu walked, Dee Gordon reached on a bunt single to Vogelsong, and Mark Ellis had a sacrifice bunt. Vogelsong intentionally walked Matt Kemp before turning it over to Javier Lopez, who got Andre Ethier to ground into a double play – one of four the Giants’ defense turned a night after committing three errors. Lopez got the first two outs in the ninth and Santiago Casilla retired Juan Uribe for his sixth save in seven attempts. Kershaw (2-1) had his career-best 10-game overall winning streak end. He gave up two runs and five hits in eight innings, struck out seven and walked one. Pills homered over the left field wall on his first pitch from Kershaw in the second inning, scoring Buster Posey who led off with a single. Pill’s homer ended a six-game drought for the Giants, and was just their second in their last 10 games. The Dodgers’ run came on James Loney’s RBI double in the bottom of the second. It was the fewest runs they scored in a loss since a 12-0 defeat at Houston on April 22. NOTES: Kershaw came within a win of tying Carl Erskine for the longest home winning streak in franchise history. … Former Dodgers 3B Casey Blake retired Tuesday. The 38-year-old spent spring training with Colorado, but was released in late March and attracted little interest from other teams. Blake played parts of four seasons in Los Angeles, although last season was interrupted by three stints on the DL and neck surgery. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly says he could see Blake working as a major league coach. … Dodgers INF Jerry Hairston missed his second straight game with a strained left hamstring.

Nevada Day Parade line-up

Nevada Day Parade Division One 1 -American Legion 2 -Elko High School Marching Band 3 -Carson City Sheriff Mounted Unit 4 -Carson City Sheriff’s Office 5 -Washoe County Sheriff 5 -Nevada Highway Patrol 6 -Douglas County Sheriff Mounted Posse 7 -Nevada Indian Commission 8 -Nevada Day Poster Contest Winners 9 -U. S. Senators Harry Reid and John Ensign 10 -U. S. Congressman Jim Gibbons 11 -Governor Kenny and Mrs. Dema Guinn 12 -Lt. Governor Lorraine Hunt 13 -State Treasurer Brian Krolicki 14 -Secretary of State Dean Heller 15 -State Controller Kathy Augustine 16 -Chief Justice Bill Maupin 17 -Justices of the Supreme Court 18 – Southern Paiute Tribe-color guard 19 – Walker River Paiute Tribe-Li’l Miss Pinenut 20 – Walker River Paiute Tribe-Miss Walker River Division 2 21 -Douglas High School Drill Team 22 -Douglas High School Band 23 -Douglas High School Flag Team 24 -Native American Elders of the 19th Century 25 -Reno-Sparks Indian Colony 26 -Reno-Sparks Indian Colony 27 – Miss Pyramid Lake-Kathleen Bryan 28 -Mercedes Melendez Ramirez, Kona & Lowellen Jackson 29 -Toi-Tukado: Cattail Eaters of the Stillwater Marshes 30 -Yerington Paiute Tribe 31 -Western Shoshone Nation 32 -Western Shoshone Nation 33 -Great Basin Native Basketweaver Assoc. 34 -Summit Lake Paiute Tribe 35 -Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe 36 -Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe 37 -Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Division 3 38 -South Tahoe High School JROTC Color Guard 39 -South Tahoe High School JROTC Drill Team 40 -Carson Middle School Band 41 -Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada 42 -Linda Crosthwaite 43 -Ronnie Johnson Family of Clowns 44 -Washoe Tribal Police Department 44 -Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California 45 -Washoe Housing Authority/Washoe Tribe 46 -Douglas County Sheriff DARE and GREAT 47 -Rite of Passage 48 -Miss Pahrump 49 -Great Basin Fjords 50 -Nevada State Fire Marshal 51 -Daughters of Norway 52 -Northern Nevada Homeschoolers 53 -Bretta Sue Reese 54 -Sierra Inline Hockey League 55 -Betty Young Rau Division 4 56 -Lyon County Sheriff’s Dept. Color Guard 57 -Dayton High School Marching Band 58 -Dayton High School Flag Team 59 -Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada 60 -Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada 61 -Capital Christian Center’s Children’s Ministry 62 -Nevada Senior Softball 63 -Silver Springs Chamber of Commerce 64 -Miss Rodeo Nevada 65 -Reno Rodeo Association 66 -Red Hat Society 67 -Ronald McDonald 68 -Gordon Bourne & Ken Furlong 69 -Miss Nevada 70 -Miss Winnemucca & Miss Humboldt County 71 -Grandpa & His Shadow 72 -Brian Sandoval 73 -Carson City Veterans’ Group Division 5 74 -Incline Village High School JROTC Color Guard 75 -Incline Village High School JROTC Drill Team 76 -Incline Village High School Top Gun Battalion 77 -Incline Village High School Marching Band 78 -Little Miss North America-Amber Harper 79 -Nevada Committee for Full Statehood 80 -Nevada Women’s History Project 81 -Bob Guimont & Carson City Sheriff’s Protective Assoc. 82 -100 Years of Ford 83 -Sparks Little Theater 84 -Division of Child and Family Services 85 -Redd Barney Ranch 86 -Calvary Chapel 87 -Piper’s Opera House 1864 Governor’s Ball 88 -ICDA Performing Arts 89 -Carson Tiger Sharks 90 -Chorus of the Comstock Division 6 91 -Wooster Colt Battalion 92 -Reno High School Band 93 -Miss Nevada Teen American 94 -Nevada 4-H 95 -Western Nevada Performing Arts 96 -Sierra Rottweiler Owners 97 -MADD 98 -Sierra Nevada Junior Rodeo Club 99 -Cinderella Scholarship 100 -Memorial to World War II Killed in Action 101 -Northern Nevada Sikh 102 -Cub Scout Pack 143 103 -Senior National Finals Rodeo 104 -Dayton Chamber of Commerce 105 -Potter’s House 106 -Korean War Veteran’s Association 107 -Reno High School ROTC Huskie Battalion Division 7 108 -Eagle Valley Middle School Drill Team 109 -Eagle Valley Middle School Band 110 -Carson City Elks 111 -National Pony Express 112 -AARP 113 -Pearl Harbor Survivor’s Assoc. 114 -U. S. Coast Guard and Auxiliary 115 -Warm Springs Riders 116 -Pet Network 117 -Nevada Civil War Volunteers 118 -Girl Scouts Troop 152 119 -Soroptimist International of Carson City 120 -Wells Fargo Bank 121 -Portuguese Pioneers 122 -Baha’I Faith 123 -Nevada Buggy Buddies 124 -Carson City Host Lions 125 -E. Clampus Vitus 126-2002 Beggin’ Strips A-mazin’ Bacon Races 127 -Sparks Assembly Rainbow for Girls Division 8 128 -White Pine High School Band 129 -White Pine High School Flag Team 130 – Navy League of the United States 131 -Pyramid Lake Fisheries 132 -Woodford’s Youth Opportunity Movement 133 -Sierra Sage Riders 134 -Hilltop Community Church 135 -Make-A-Wish Foundation 136 -Fallon High School Rodeo Queen 137 -Widders of Nevada 138 -SNEA 139 -Robbie’s F Troop 140 -Bonanza Casino 141 -Sierra Nevada Academy 142 -Sons & Daughters of Erin 143 -Sierra Highlanders Pipe Band 144 -Nevada Society of Scottish Clans 145 -GBPCA’s AmeriCorps 146 -Capital City Humane Society 147 -Republican Women Division 9 148 -Reed NJROTC Color Guard 149 -Reed NJROTC Raider Battalion 150 -Reed NJROTC Armed Drill Team 151 -Home Street Drill Team 152 -Home Street Middle School 153 -Home Street Tall Flags & Rifles 154 -Coldwell Banker Village 155 -Nevada Physical Therapy 156 -Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield 157 -Arundel Auction 158 -Virginia Range Wildlife Protection Assoc. 159 -Computer Corps 160 -KBUL Converta-Bull 161 -Sparkie the Clown 162 -Kerak Shrine 163 -Hillah Shriners Motor Patrol 164 -Les Schwab 165 -Lyon County Sheriff’s Rescue 166 -Mix95.5 Division 10 167 -Carson High School NJROTC Color Guard 168 -Carson High School NJROTC Drill Team 169 -Carson High School “Blue Thunder” Band 170 -Nevada Office of Traffic Safety 171 -BLM 172 -Nevada Division of Forestry 173 -Warren Engine Company No. 1 174 -Exotic Car Audio 175 -Firematic 176 -Citizen Alert 177 -Champion Motor Speedway 178 -Nevada Army National Guard 179 -Devil Mountain Brigade 180 -Superior Tow & Transport

Mayweather Jr. wins tough fight

LAS VEGAS — Marcos Maidana did everything but beat Floyd Mayweather Jr., taking him 12 tough rounds before losing a majority decision. Mayweather remained unbeaten Saturday night, but not by much. Maidana swarmed all over him from the opening bell and gave him perhaps his toughest fight in a 16-year professional career. In the end, though, Mayweather got the win — just as he did in his previous 45 fights. He retained his welterweight title by winning 117-111 on one scorecard and 116-112 on another. A third judge had it even at 114-114. The Associated Press scored it for Mayweather 115-113. Maidana threw far more punches, but Mayweather was more accurate with his as the two battled into the late rounds with the fight still very much in doubt. Cheered on by a large contingent of Argentine fans, Maidana took the fight to Mayweather, who was cut by the right eye in the fourth round by an accidental head butt. "It was a tough, competitive fight," Mayweather said. "I normally like to go out there and box and move. But he put pressure on me. I wanted to give the fans what they wanted to see so I stood and fought him." Maidana raised his arms in victory when the final bell sounded, and Mayweather watched pensively from his corner as the scorecards were added up.

Dodgers’ Kershaw beats Giants 2-1 for 20th win

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Clayton Kershaw impressed just about everybody except himself in becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers’ first 20-game winner in 21 years. Fittingly, his accomplishment came against a team he has dominated this season. Kershaw improved to 5-0 against San Francisco with a 2-1 victory on Tuesday night that pushed the Giants closer to elimination from the NL West race. Kershaw (20-5) allowed six hits and one run in 7 1-3 innings, walked two and struck out six to become the first Dodgers pitcher to go 5-0 against the Giants since Vic Lombardi in 1946. He did it on what would have been Lombardi’s 89th birthday. “Don’t overthink it,” Kershaw said of his strategy against the Dodgers’ biggest rival. “You have a tendency sometimes when you face a team over and over to try to change things.” Four of those victories came against two-time NL Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum, with Kershaw allowing one earned run in those games. That came on an eighth-inning homer by Chris Stewart. “It’s frustrating, obviously,” Lincecum said. “But when you go up against a guy like that who’s having a year like this, you’ve got to be on your game. Every run counts, so you can’t go out there and give him a two-run lead and kind of put the ball in his court to put his foot down because he tends to do that a lot. And it’s not just against us.” Kershaw issued his only two walks after Stewart’s one-out homer. Kenley Jansen relieved him, striking out pinch-hitter Pablo Sandoval and Carlos Beltran on a called third strike to end the inning. “I love situations like that, tight games, especially when we’re up by one,” Jansen said. “That’s a blessing just being a part of him getting those 20 wins.” Javy Guerra pitched the ninth to earn his 19th save in 20 chances. Kershaw hugged Jansen when the game ended. “It’s a testament to our bullpen tonight,” Kershaw said. “These guys picked me up time in and time out. It’s a culmination of things. When you win 20 games it’s a whole lot of people helping you out back there.” Kershaw kept his name in the mix to win the NL Cy Young Award. He’s tied with Arizona’s Ian Kennedy for the league lead in wins and leads the majors with a 2.27 ERA. Kershaw’s 242 strikeouts lead the NL, too. “If I were to receive that, it wouldn’t go lightly,” he said. Lincecum doesn’t have a vote, but if he did he said it would go to Kershaw “just because of the numbers that he has. “He’s leading in a lot of categories and putting up a 20-win season is huge, especially with the team they’ve got. He’s done a magnificent job this year. I’m sure (the four wins against Lincecum) will weigh into the decisions of people, but we’re not the only team he’s had great games against,” he said. Lincecum (13-13) extended his career-high loss total, giving up two runs and eight hits in seven innings. He struck out five and walked three. The right-hander got two or fewer runs of support for the 20th time in his 32 starts. The loss ended the Giants’ eight-game winning streak and dropped them another game behind Atlanta and St. Louis in the NL wild card race. They trail the Braves by 4 1/2 and the Cardinals by two with eight games to play. “It hurts a lot, just because of the roll we’d been on,” Lincecum said. “This is going to set us back a little bit. We’ve just got to pray for a miracle.” Jerry Sands homered leading off the second inning to help the Dodgers win their fourth in a row and move a game above .500 for the first time since April 29 against San Diego. James Loney’s RBI single with two outs in the first gave them a 1-0 lead. Kershaw became the first Dodgers pitcher to win 20 games since Ramon Martinez went 20-6 in 1990. The left-hander extended his winning streak to a career-high seven games and improved to 12-1 in 16 home starts. “The whole body of work has been tremendous,” Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. “The kid’s been doing this every time out for the most part. The performances speak for themselves. You don’t need to politic for him.” Kershaw departed to a standing ovation with one out in the eighth. He left the stadium carrying a bottle of 2000 vintage Dom Perignon champagne decorated to commemorate his milestone by clubhouse attendant Mitch Poole. “If this boy doesn’t win the Cy Young, something is definitely wrong,” said Dodgers slugger Matt Kemp, who went 2-for-2 with two strikeouts, giving him a career-high 182 hits this season. The Dodgers picked off baserunners three times, with Kershaw involved twice. He picked off Beltran to end the first and later got Justin Christian, giving Kershaw eight pickoffs which leads the NL. NOTES: Kershaw is the 16th 20-game winner in Dodgers’ history. … The Dodgers improved to 23-20 in one-run games, including a 16-7 mark at home. … Beltran snapped an 0 for 9 streak in his career against Kershaw with singles in his first two at-bats. … At 23, Kershaw became the second-youngest 20-game winner in Dodgers’ history behind Martinez, who was 22 in 1990. … Kemp was chosen by his teammates as winner of the Roy Campanella Award, given to the Dodgers player who best exemplifies the spirit and leadership of the late Hall of Fame catcher. … Lincecum fell to 0-3 with a 1.82 ERA in his five matchups with Kershaw this season.

Stats: Nevada Day Classic

8-K Overall – 1, Scott Young 26:57, 2, Ryan Ress 26:58, 3, Dennis Brinson 28:21, 4, Chad Sanada 28:43, 5, Erick Studenicka 28:50, 6, Daryl Nourse 29:12, 7, Ron Cross 29:20, 8, Joseph Parker 30:20, 9, Michael Sharp 30:20, 10, Stan Heinrichs 30:30, 11, Larry Stone 30:30, 12, Will Vereschagin 30:52, 13, John Pang 31:14, 14, Ubaldo Ugalde 31:24, 15, Jamie Kaminski 31:27, 16, Philip Schlager 31:27, 17, Pat Condon 31:37, 18, Skip Canfield 31:57, 19, Ed Klotz 32:12, 20, Barardo Ugalde 32:18, 21, Ken Shoop 32:20, 22, Mike LaBadie 32:21, 23, Logan McCormack 32:21, 24, Debbie Devine 32:23, 25, Waylon Begay 32:43, 26, Brett Melcher 32:51, 27, Jackie Taylor 33:19, 28, Jesse Steele 33:24, 29, Floyd Whiting 33:27, 30, Phil Harding 33:47, 31, John Paseno 33:47, 32, Kevin Allison 34:03, 33, Billy Lassetter 34:05, 34, Annie Brinson 34:10, 35, Robert Johnson 34:17, 36, George Ruiz 34:32, 37, Bruce Susong 34:34, 38, Gary Utterback 35:15, 39, Joe Maez 35:16, 40, Doug Carlton 35:25, 41, Bill Nicholson 35:29, 42, Jim Barkley 35:50, 43, Brian Smith 35:53, 44, Renee Bauer 35:55, 45, Lorne Malkiewich 36:19, 46, Dennis Sanada 36:23, 47, Bruce Beamer 36:30, 48, Pete Simone 36:39, 49, Hope Schneider 36:48, 50, Val King 36:52, 51, Jeff Ackerman 36:57, 52, Ernesto Diaz 37:00, 53, Amanda Benson 37:08, 54, Mike Torvinen 37:15, 55, Brett Wilson 37:20, 56, Jeff Harrell 37:24, 57, Ron Nageotte 37:34, 58, James Auge 37:42, 59, Michael Rusler 37:48, 60, John Faillers 38:11, 61, Staci Baker 38:19, 62, Diane Foltz 38:23, 63, Paula Lambdin 38:30, 64, Tom Young 38:35, 65, David Waite 39:01, 66, Kelli Weyrick 39:01, 67, Mark Forsberg 39:01, 68, Keith Daviar 39:04, 69, Sophie Rafael 39:06, 70, Sandy Buchanan 39:07, 71, Liz Harren 39:14, 72, Kimberlie Burns 39:49, 73, Robert Burns 39:52, 74, Kathy Beamer 39:56, 75, Patrick Fagan 40:00, 76, Loretta Evenson 40:07, 77, Robey Willis 40:51, 78, Todd Suessmith 40:52 40:52, 79, Jamie Scott 40:57, 80, Herb Friedenthal 41:10, 81, Jody Corington 41:11, 82, David Price 41:14, 83, Cindy Glatz 41:16, 84, Alice Valdez 41:24, 85, Tiffany Halen 41:46, 86, Tim Anaclerio 41:48, 87, Susan Chapman 41:53, 88, Laura Rodgers 41:59, 89, Alynn Lupold 41:59, 90, Libby Gant-Davis 41:59, 91, Mary Hon 42:01, 92, Bill Davis 42:03, 93, Ray Rodriguez 42:04, 94, LaRonda Etheridge 42:08, 95, Sheila Hill 42:10, 96, Raymond Benefiel 42:12, 97, Judy Guinn 42:12, 98, Rachael Jersey 42:33, 99, Blake Easby 42:35, 100, Jim Baratti 42:36, 101, Gayle Reddick 42:45, 102, Bryan Cuthill 42:56, 103, Cassandra Jackson 43:22, 104, Liana Comeaux 43:23, 105, Debra Taylor 43:24, 106, Jon Sasser 43:28, 107, Kathy Souza 43:30, 108, John Easby 43:35, 109, Carrie Marheva 43:59, 110, Ross deLipkau 44:28, 111, Paul Yaworski 44:47, 112, Teacia Irwin 44:58, 113, Greg Irwin 45:07, 114, Paul Richey 45:08, 115, Carol Rapacz 45:38, 116, Jenny Kilgore 45:42, 117, Bianca Bates 45:44, 118, Deborah Lowrey 45:49, 119, Marianne Hawkes 45:52, 120, Tony LaMorte 45:55, 121, Karen Barnes 46:00, 122, James Auge 46:05, 123, Sandra Peroglio 46:07, 124, Dephen Edney 47:03, 125, Pat Mikulich 48:00, 126, Judy Gentner 48:13, 127, Karen Burklund 48:15, 128, Patrick Sollberger 48:17, 129, Bekah Bose 48:21, 130, Anita Habberfield 48:24, 131, Julie Dunlap 48:28, 132, Ronald Burke 48:28, 133, Mary Sanada 48:40, 134, Steve Fiore 49:00, 135, Karl Nieberlein 49:19, 136, David Lowrey 49:56, 137, Leanne Lowe 49:57, 138, Treva Hearne 50:16, 139, Cy Ryan 50:25, 140, Kristy Putt 50:54, 141, Kevin McCormick 51:00, 142, Eric Richardson 51:39, 143, Aaron Kenneston 51:47, 144, Susan Traynor 56:44, 145, Glen Traynor 56:44, 146, Janet Garner 56:45, 147, Rick Arnold 57:30, 148, Mary Schmidt 58:21, 149, Danny Coyle 59:34, 150, Laurel Schiff 59:47, 151, Tracy Muscari 59:47. 2-mile run/walk Overall – 1, Frank Boucher 1:44, 2, Ernesto Ugalde 12:09, 3, BNeal Chappell 12:10, 4, Gary Brooks 12:24, 5, Steven Porter 12:33, 6, Micah Laack 12:34, 7, Robert Johnston 13:00, 8, Spencer Van Dyck 13:00, 9, Tim Goff 13:43, 10, Daniel Wines 13:54, 11, Julie Hinton 13:56, 12, Goff Morgan 13:57, 13, Julio Lopez 14:33, 14, Tim Suchsland 14:35, 15, Larry Lambdin 14:43, 16, John Christl 14:56, 17, Carrie Rheault 14:57, 18, Kali Richey 14:58, 19, Jordan Parker 14:58, 20, Bill Hartman 15:00, 21, Jorge Pierrott 15:08, 22, Reinhard Richter 15:10, 23, Dawn Johnson 15:11, 24, Nick Halen 15:16, 25, Victoria Elliott 15:19, 26, Jeni Misseldine 15:28, 27, Spencer Brinson 15:31, 28, Emily Peltier 15:31, 29, Christa Casci 15:48, 30, Lawrence Mandell 15:56, 31, Virginia Nicholson 16:01, 32, Jeff Rauh 16:02, 33, Kirk Bertrami 16:05, 34, Tara Cinani 16:09, 35, Ashley Henry 16:10, 36, Joshue Charlebois 16:10, 37, John Stickley 16:16, 38, Ashley Jolly 16:16, 39, Art Shaw 16:18, 40, Lily Higgins 16:24, 41, Eric Nageotti 16:57, 42, Danielle Benson 16:59, 43, Beth Coleman 17:02, 44, Kevin Peck 17:07, 45, Nicole Scott 17:10, 46, Thonet LaBadie 17:14, 47, Veronica Peck 17:15, 48, Robert Holbrook 17:20, 49, Kathy Comba 17:25, 50, Jaren Taylor 17:32, 51, Taylor Stokes 17:34, 52, Patty Smith 17:35, 53, Vick Warner-Huggins 17:36, 54, Anna Lambdin 17:39, 55, Kelly Davis 17:40, 56, Balinda Shaw 17:45, 57, Erin Calvin 17:47, 58, Karen Benson 17:49, 59, Rebecca Inman 18:04, 60, Erica Vaughn 18:14, 61, Sheri Huggins 18:35, 62, Evelyn Likens 18:47, 63, David Best 18:50, 64, Kate Lambdin 19:27, 65, Allison Foltz 20:17, 66, Margarethe Richter 20:22, 67, Katherine Canonigo 20:35, 68, Jeanne Morigeau 20:41, 69, Tabor Griswold 20:55, 70, Frank Grey 21:42, 71, Sara Comeaux 21:42, 72, Daniella Huggins 21:58, 73, Ezra Glatz 22:08, 74, Ann Lynn 22:10, 75, Nicole Forsberg 22:14, 76, Michael Warren 22:19, 77, Donna Logan 22:57, 78, Dave Tomasini 22:58, 79, Jim Logan 23:00, 80, Starr Friedenthal 23:15, 81, Richard Zintek 24:34, 82, Megan Jackson 24:38, 83, Sylvia Ranson 24:54, 84, Austin Whitney 24:57, 85, Steffanie Whitney 24:58, 86, Leslie Forster 25:00, 87, Tina Huggins 25:04, 88, Denise Peck 25:04, 89, Daniel Williams 25:05, 90, Brenda Fisher 25:59, 91, Ryan Fisher 26:00, 92, Gail Bradley 26:08, 93, Nyee Gardner 26:33, 94, Stephanie Wasson 26:54, 95, Shelley White 26:54, 96, Chris Charlebois 27:02, 97, Shirley Capistrant 27:11, 98, Carol Harding 27:14, 99, Fred Suwe 27:14, 100, Tim McIntyre 27:23, 101, Lois Ann Jim 27:31, 102, Janet Williams 28:01, 103, Jean Williams 28:01, 104, Michelle Matheson 28:01, 105, James Reavis 29:39, 106, Wendy Buckley 29:40, 107, Joe Plater 30:55, 108, Andrea Ripley 31:14, 109, Jackie Geraets-Rauh 32:20, 110, Joel Lippert 32:37, 111, Debbie Allison 35:07, 112, Justin Sullivan 35:08, 113, Brandon Sullivan 114, Vickie Estes 35:48, 115, Bruce Estes 35:49, 116, Terri Hickey 35:52, 117, Gloria Ware 35:54, 118, Carlene Rader 35:55, 119, Marilyn Eader 35:55, 120, Richard Reavis 37:05, 121, James Trout 37:54, 122, Claire Daly 37:55, 123, Thomas Waddell 38:13, 124, Marian Foote 39:09, 125, Cassie Coder 40:25, 126, Richard Wainscott 40:25, 127, Dorothy Sagel 40:28, 128, David Sagel 40:29, 129, Wendy Humphries 42:29, 130, Lavon Sollberger 42:33, 131, Kim Mock 42:33, 132, Kasey Miller 43:52, 133, Jan Broderick 43:52, 134, Lois Coleman 43:53, 135, Pat Bouharin 43:53.

Locals strong in state golf

Galena’s Luxchmi Gill and Shandra Cipriano, Douglas High’s Lindsey Knox and Carson Ciarra Christian were among the top local golfers at the NIAA/U.S. Bank 4A State Golf Championships on Thursday. Gill finished 10th in the state as she shot 82 in both of her rounds to finish at 164 at the Black Mountain Golf and Country Club in Henderson. Cipriano finished with a 186 (94-92), Knox finished with a 187 (89-98) and Christian finished with a 192 (96-96). In the teams standings, Galena placed sixth with a 937 (472-465) while Carson’s young team finished ninth out of nine schools with a 1,057 (543-514). Durango won the state title with an 803 (399-404). Other finishes for Carson were: Ashley Faber, 210 (110-100); Elizabeth Rankl, 210 (110-100); Lindsay Farnworth, 221 (114-107); Gabrielle Gallegos, 224 (113-111); and Mandy Carvin, 238 (117-121). Other finishes for Galena were: Ardea Canepa, 193 (95-98); Merideth Holmes, 194 (99-95); Michelle Bick, 200 (102, 98); and Jessica Ruppert, 220 (111-109). Christine Fernandez won the state title with a 4-under-par 142 (73-69). 3A GOLF Yerington was in sixth place after the first round of play in the State 3A girls golf tournament. The Lions shot a 596. Lowry was in first with a 487. Fernley’s Nicole Johnson was the top local golfer as she is in 16th after shooting a 108. Swecker MacKenzie was in first with an 84. Other locals’ scores were: Shawn Skog, Dayton, 111; Chelsea Arrighi, Yerington, 111; Katie Christensen, Yerington, 116; Lara Smith, Yerington, 120; Heather Sam, Yerington, 121; Mallory Frazier, Yerington, 128; Jessica Smith, Yerington, 131; Lindsay Craig, Fernley, 131.