Richard Shroy won the varsity boys race at the Nevada Union Invitational on Saturday in Grass Valley Calif., covering the 3.1-mile course in 15 minutes, 58 seconds, the fifth-fastest time in meet history.
Shroy's win sparked the Carson boys to a second-place finish behind Galena. Carson finished eighth a year ago at the same meet.
Nick Schlager was sixth overall in 16:42. David McMasters ran an 18:23, Logan Philippi ran a 17:57, Brent Moyle 18:17 and Brandon Buonacorsi 18:11.
"Richard ran a good race," said Pete Sinnott, Carson head coach. "He ran with Galena's Jordan the first two miles and then took off. He ended up winning by 25 seconds."
The Carson girls finished third behind Pleasant View and Galena. It was an improvement by three spots over last year.
Yvonne Hollett was 14th overall in 21:07, Katie McFarren was 15th in 21:08 and Erika Sosa was 17th in 21:30. Amanda Gordon ran 22:05 and Amber Karnofel was timed in 22:42.
The Carson JV boys finished second, an improvement of four places from last year.
Noel Lopez was third overall in 19:09 and Josh Van Sickle was fourth in 19:10. Joe Ward was 16th overall in 20 minutes, Nick Greene was 22nd at 20:09 and Justice Kemp was 46th in 21:35. Sinnott said Cody Tucker improved his time by seven minutes in one week when he ran a 25:21.
The JV girls were led by Chelsea Gordon's eighth-place time of 23:46, placed sixth. Ashley Salcedo was ninth in 24:01. Alex Theiss was 20th in 25:17.
Douglas 0 Wooster 0
Despite outshooting Wooster 12-4, the Tigers were unable to find the back of the net and fell to 2-0-1.
It was the Tigers' third game of the week, and the heat took its toll in the last 10 minutes of the match.
Edgar Arceo had three great scoring opportunities for Douglas, while Luke Prinz hit the crossbar with one of his shots.
Douglas def. Yerington
Douglas defeated Yerington 19-25, 25-12 and 15-11 to win the Yerington Invitational.
Whittell, Truckee and Dayton rounded out the top five. Lowry won the silver championship.
Jourdan Burke and Mysta Townsell of Douglas were named to the all-tournament team, while Alex Roberts, Courtney Cliften and Brooke Aiazzi represented Yerington. Darby Reeder and Lauren Andrews were named from Whittell, while Matia Spencer was selected from Dayton. Allyssa Melhack (Fallon), Annie Reiswig (Truckee), Kaylee Waters (Truckee) and Callie Aberle of Spanish Springs also were picked.