The Carson FC Wolfpack U15 girls started the spring season by playing in the U16 Bracket of the Sagebrush Start-up Tournament as the only Northern Nevada representative.
The team entered the tournament having only played one game with its complete line-up due to player conflicts and weather issues that had hampered early season preparation. Despite its lack of experience as a team, the Wolfpack won the tournament in dominant fashion with four shutouts.
The Wolfpack posted consecutive 2-0 wins over U16 Northern California teams on Saturday, and then won 3-0 over the U15 Xtreme Black team from Idaho and ended with a 1-0 victory in the championship game over NorCal Elite U16 girls.
The Carson FC Wolfpack is made up of Elite Players from Reno, Carson City, Minden, Incline Village and Bishop.
Gaston wins first
Empire Ranch event
Gene Gaston shot a net 62 to win the A flight at the initial Empire Ranch Senior Men’s Club event of the season.
Nick Paul was second at 63, while Phillip King and Henry Ortiz tied for third with 64s. Nils Sharpe won the B flight with a net 59, seven shots better than Ron Lamb and Norm Scoggin. John Lewis was fourth with a 67. Bob Hendry won the C flight with a 57, five strokes better than Paul Lockwood and nine better than Vic Roscha.
Henry Teague, Gary Dalen and Ron Huntley were closest-to-the-hole winners.
FREE THROW WINNERS
CROWNED BY K OF C
The Dayton and Yerington Knights of Columbus councils had three free-throw winners at the recent regional competition held at Bishop Manogue recently.
Austin Camarena won the 14-year-old title, while Bryson Camarena won the 11-year-old title. Both are from Yerington. Brendon Thomas of Dayton won the 13-year-old crown.
Winners from this competition will advance to shoot against their Southern Nevada counterparts.