Divine 9 trip set for Monday

Divine 9 Road Trip

set for Monday

The Divine 9 Road Trip will kick-off play throughout the Carson City area Monday.

The Divine 9 courses, a cooperative of the area's nine golf entities, each designate two signature holes for the competition.

Players can expect an amalgamated par-70 course of 6,500 yards with a heavy sprinkling of par 5s and 3s over barrancas and water hazards.

Courses include: Genoa Lakes Golf Club: Lakes and Resort Courses, Dayton Valley, Carson Valley, Eagle Valley East, Eagle Valley West, Empire Ranch, Silver Oak and Sunridge.

The Road Trip is limited to the first 64 competitors with groups traveling and playing in four sets of 16 players. Following a Sunday evening welcome reception, individual shuttle buses depart at first light Monday morning toward a different course.

It's a race against the sunset, so official hosts will keep rules of the day - no range balls, warm-ups, practice swings, or plum-bobbed putts.

Eight players in two foursomes will attack each hole separately, and then switch holes to complete a course. Then it's back on the bus to the next course until the final putt drops on the last hole of the ninth course.

To keep the net tournament fun, pressure-free and moving, players can pick up at triple bogey and take their best shot at the next hole. While top scores will be acknowledged (handicaps are encouraged), prizes will be awarded at random providing everyone an equal chance to win.

The $295 registration includes two nights lodging at the Gold Dust West Casino, welcome party, awards dinner, 18 holes of golf, shuttle service between courses, breakfast, traveling lunch, beverages, tee prizes and a surprise or two among the memories of a lifetime.

For more information or to secure a playing spot online, visit divine9.com or call 775-588-2412.

Mitey Mites Blue beat Sparks Cardinals

The Carson Senators Mitey Mites Blue Pop Warner football team defeated the Sparks Cardinals 21-6 Friday night at Governor's Field.

Brandon Gagnon started the scoring for the Senators on a 25-yard punt return for a touchdown in the first quarter and tight end Skyler Duncan added the extra point with an end around run.

Defensively, linebacker Daniel Morrison added a touchdown just before halftime on a heads-up play where he stripped the ball away from the Cardinals' running back and ran it 30 yards for a score.

Wideout John Breuer added the extra point on a reverse run.

The Senators led 14-0 at halftime.

The second half saw the emergence of backup running back Cody Radtke as he broke several tackles on his way to a 30-yard touchdown run.

Quarterback Justin Lopez added the extra point with a run up the middle.

Defensively, the Senators were led by linemen Carl Cavner and Wesley Strickler who crashed through the offensive line continuously, disrupted nearly every offensive play, and made multiple tackles in the backfield.

Cornerback Adam Fenton was on task the entire game and did not allow a run outside of his position all night.

The 2-0 Mitey Mites Blue will take its show on the road at 6 p.m. Saturday against the Sparks Steelers at Golden Eagle Regional Park.

Tiny Mite White cruise to win

After having a first week bye, Carson City Tiny Mite White jumped out to an 18-6 victory Friday night.

Andrew Deleon, Jonathan Laplante, Ajay Paxton and Alex Robison all had outstanding runs, which contributed to the team's two-touchdown lead at halftime.

Tiny Mite White will play its next game Saturday against the Sparks Steelers.

Mitey Mite White starts year with upset

The Mitey Mite White squad started its season with an upset victory over the North Lake Tahoe Rams recently at Governors Field.

Defensively, Carson was able to hold the Rams to one first down the entire game.

Helping out with their defensive effort were linebackers Kyle Glanzman, Trenton Robison, Joseph O'Neil, Richard Romero, and Abel Carter who intercepted a pass.

Carson was able to move the ball at will, scoring 27 unanswered points by half time.

The scoring was led by fullback Blaise Bonomo with two touchdowns, running back Carter with two, along with quarterback Trenton Robison and Ty Evans punching in the extra points.

Babe Ruth to hold annual meeting

The Carson City Babe Ruth baseball league will hold its annual meeting at Grandma Hattie's Restaurant at 6 p.m. Oct. 7.

Anyone interested in being on the league's board of directors is invited.

For more information contact Leslie Mayville at 841-0937.

Carson frosh, JV grab v-ball victories

RENO - The Carson JV volleyball team topped Wooster 25-16 and 25-12 on Tuesday, while the freshman squad rolled to a 25-5 and 25-23 victory.

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