Prep roundup: Carson cross-country teams pick up wins

Both the Carson high boys and girls cross-country teams edged out Wednesday by Galena in a league meet at Spanish Springs. The boys won 28-29 and the girls finished 27-28 (lowest score wins).

Richard Shroy narrowly lost to Tommy Sullivan, a sophomore from Galena, as the lead group all passed the finish line close to the same time at 18 minutes, 34 seconds.

For Carson, Nick Schlager posted a time of 18:46, Brent Moyle 19:03, Evan Richards 19:32, David Masters 19:42, Brandon Buonacorsi 19:53 and Logan Philippi 20:57.

On the girls side, Demaray Kirsh of Reno won the race at 21:36. Carson's nearest finisher, Katie McFarren, came in at 22:19. The rest of the Senators followed with Yvonne Hollett at 22:39, Amber Karnofel 23:39, Erika Sosa 24:17, Amanda Gordon 24:31, Haleigh Ward 26:06, and Caroline Montiel 26:08.

Both junior varsity teams picked up 15-0 wins as Fallon forfeited for unknown reasons. Noel Lopez picked up the best time at 21:00, while teammate Josh VanSickle came in just behind at 21:08.

For the girls, Chelsea Gordon posted a 26:07.

Carson will participate in the Stanford Invitational on Saturday in Palo Alto, Calif.


Dayton def. Fernley

The Dayton volleyball team picked up another win Wednesday as it defeated Fernley in straight sets, 25-22, 25-20 and 25-10.

Alissa Vickers posted a team-high 10 kills and Matia Spencer added nine. McKenzie Kielty had 13 assists, Aundria Pluck had four blocks and Hayley Ignatich had 20 digs.

The Dust Devils will play today at Whittell.

Boys soccer


Galena scored in the closing minutes to wipe out a 3-2 deficit and tie the Senators, who fell to 3-1-2 overall.

Galena led 2-0 after the first 15 minutes, but Francisco Barrios scored off an assist by Nick Emmons to close the gap to 2-1 at the half.

Carlos Munoz and Sam Hutchinson score goals to give Carson a 3-2 lead.

Coach Joe Briggs lauded the play of goalie Jose Gonzalez and Michael Samii, Cruz Kerver, Christian Navarro and Nathan King.


Manogue scored on a penalty kick to snap a 2-all tie and grab the Sierra League win over the Tigers.

Douglas is 2-1-1 in league and 6-3-2 overall.

Brian Randall and Edgar Arceo score for the Tigers. Randall's goal was on a direct kick, while Arceo scored an unassisted goal after dribbling through and around several defenders before finding the back of the net.

Douglas' JV squad won 6-0.


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