Carson boys soccer remains undefeated

Nevada Appeal Staff Report

Carson High's boys soccer team improved to 2-0 in Sierra League play with a 3-1 win over Wooster Wednesday night at CHS.

The Senators' head coach Nathan Brigham didn't feel his team played up to its normal ability.

"It was not our best," he said. "We were probably at 80 percent. We gave Wooster a lot of time in the midfield. They are much improved over last year.

"We didn't have as many offensive chances as we usually do. They played an offsides trap and we worked on it. We had opportunities that we didn't take advantage of."

Ian Gunn scored Carson's first goal on a breakaway and Miguel Camacho scored next to make it 2-0. Wooster closed out the first half with a goal from 35 yards out.


RENO - Edgar Arceo scored two goals to lead the Tigers to an easy win over Damonte Ranch.

Brian Randall, Cole Kline and Ivan Gonzalez all scored a goal apiece.

Douglas improved to 2-0 in league and 6-2-1 overall.

In JV action, Douglas emerged with a 6-0 win.


Shannon Dugan and Emily Garcia each contributed 10 kills to lead the Tigers to a 23-25, 25-14, 25-17 and 25-14 victory.

Becca Antti added seven kills and eight blocks, Erin Allison finished with seven kills and seven blocks and Christine Dupuis had seven kills for the Tigers, who improved to 11-2 overall.


The Carson volleyball team (1-1 Sierra League, 3-8) fell in straight sets to the defending 4A state champ, Bishop Manogue, Tuesday, losing 25-14, 25-6 and 25-20.

Alyson Chrystl, Elysse Verden and Kendra Krupp had four kills each in the match, Angela Augusta had three digs and Chrystl added another four.

The junior varsity team (8-0) picked up a win over the Miners, going 19-25, 25-20 and 15-12. The freshman (6-1) lost, 21-25, 25-20, 15-8 for the team's first loss of the season.


RENO - Carson High's varsity boys cross country team swept Douglas and Damonte Ranch in a three-way Sierra League meet on Wednesday. Carson beat Damonte 17-46 and Douglas 20-41.

Richard Shroy won the 5k race in 17:47, while Nick Schlager was third in 19:20. Brent Moyle (19:32), David McMasters (20:01) and Brandon Buonacorsi (19:48) all finished in the top-10.

The varsity girls also swept. Carson topped Douglas 18-42 and Damonte 24-31. Katie McFarren (22:29) and Yvonne Hollett (22:30) went 1-2. Amanda Gordon finished seventh overall in 24:11.


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