COMMUNITY: Martel wins prestigious honor
May 2, 2012
Carson City’s Tristan Martel has received Pop Warner’s highest scholastic recognition as one of the 2012 All American Senior Scholars.
This designation is available to eighth-graders and above that have a 96% GPA or better for the prior school year. The All American Senior Scholar represents the top 2% of all Pop Warner participants nationwide with over 425,000 participants ranging from ages 5 to 16.
The award ceremony will be held at Walt Disney World on May 25-26. Martel, an eighthgrader at Carson Middle School, maintains an A average and is raising money to help offset the cost of attending the award ceremony. Those wishing to assist may do so by sending donations in care of Carson City Pop Warner, PO Box 1170, Carson City, NV 89701 (Memo: Tristan Martel Scholarship Trip).
Martel has participated in the Pop Warner program for seven seasons.
“I have been Tristan’s coach for five seasons and am very proud of both his scholastic and athletic achievements,” said Bret Andreas. “Very few participants receive national recognition and Tristan’s accomplishments are a fantastic example of what the program (Pop Warner) embodies.”
Martel participated in numerous outside activities including:
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• The Science Olympiad where his 2 person team placed first in Tower Building and Buggy building, solidifying CMS’ first place overall at last year’s regional Science Olympiad held at the University of Nevada.
• Martel has received special recognition from the Office of Military Cooperation -US Embassy-Kuwait, for his dedication to education and family support during his father’s recent deployment.
• Further, Tristan participates in the First Tee of Northern Nevada, CMS track team, St. Teresa’s of Avila youth group and is a Make-A-Wish volunteer.
If you would like more information or to participate in this worthwhile program , visit: http://www.carsoncitypopwarner.com.
Pop Warner schedules
3 sign-up sessions
The next Pop Warner sign-up is scheduled for May 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Carson Mall.
There is a second sign-up on May 24 from 5 to 7 p.m., also at the Carson Mall. The third sign-up is June 15 from 6 to 9 p.m.
CHS football boosters
meet on May 7
The Carson High Football Boosters Club has set its next meeting for May 7 at 6:30 p.m. at Q’s BBQ, located at 230 Fairview Dr.
For more information, go to senatorsfootballboosters.com, or call Brad Kiesow, booster club president, at 775-287-5334.
team up for win
Tom Zogorski and Philip King teamed up to win Empire Ranch’s Senior Men’s Club two-man tournament.
Zogorski and King shot a net 53 to win the A Flight. Bill Gibson and Dahl Rask, and Tony Barbaria and Terry Thomas tied for second with a 55.
Flight B had a three-way tie between Bob Pitcock and Carl Slate, Bob Lewis and Bob Del Carlo, and Mick Ryan and John Tierney. All three shot 54s.
In Flight C, Peter Youngdahl and Richard Zieglar tied with Dan Rodgers and Vic Roscha. Both teams carded a 54.
Schreiber wins at Carson Valley
Jeff Schreiber shot a 63 to win the A Flight at the Carson Valley Men’s Club stroke play event on April 29.
Dennis Pemberton was second in the flight with a 67. Charles Poe won the B Flight with a 71, while John Dorman shot 73. Tony Moore took the C Flight with a 63 and Bruce Sanford was second with a 64. Gerry Bing won Flight D with a 66 and Paul Finan was second wth a 70.
Two teams tie
at Thunder Canyon
The teams of Alan Tack, Matti Vazeen, Steve Rydel and Larry Easterling, and the quartet of Chuck Griffin, Fran Menante, Jeff Gussow and Terry Gilmartin tied for first in Thunder Canyon’s shamble event.
Mark Janes, Jim Muth, Mike Bennert and Mike Judge were third at 119.
The ladies played a Scramble With A Twist event. Lynn Greenman, Shirley Westfall and Sharon Harner won with a 134.6, while Kathy Cockerill, Barbee Waldren and Karon Sullivan were second at 136.
Spencer, Best win
Silver Oak event
Chuck Spencer and Luther Best won their respective flights at Silver Oak’s Men’s Club stroke play tournament.
Spencer won the A Flight with a 62, Jason Coper shot a 63 and Larry Johnson was third with a 66.
Best won the B Flight with a 63, one stroke ahead of Michael Foley and two shots better than Rich Torok.
UNR caravan is
coming to Carson
The University of Nevada football caravan is coming to Carson City’s Dick Campagni’s Carson City Toyota-Scion dealership on May 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Head coach Chris Ault will visit with fans and talk about the upcomng season, the school’s first in the Mountain West Conference.
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to 775-682-6961 by May 14.
First Tee tourney
The Dayton Valley Golf Club, in conjunction with the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, begins final preparations for the First Tee of Northern Nevada and its second annual tournament.
The “mixer” is May 3 at the Dayton Valley Golf Club clubhouse. Complimentary appetizers, drink specials, prize giveaways and a putting contest will be held for all in attendance. Attendees can learn about sponsorship opportunities for the upcoming tournament.
For more information, call 246-788 ext. 1 or the Dayton Area Chamber office at 246-7909.
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