PREPS: Carson records second consecutive shutout

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Carson High's girls soccer team rolled to its second straight win, knocking off Reed 4-0 Tuesday night at Carson High School.

Carson improved to 2-0 in 4A play heading into Saturday's 11 a.m. contest at Damonte Ranch.

The Senators have yet to allow a goal this year.

"I'm getting confident about my defense," Carson coach Randy Roser said. "Shannon Flaherty and Alissa Hayes (both fullbacks) are starting to click. Reed had two breakaways and they took care of both of them.

"Last week we had trouble building (the offense) from the back. We did that tonight and it changed the way we looked."

Carson had four goals from four different players. Aaran Rumbaugh and Brenda Torres scored in the first half to give the Senators a 2-0 lead. Kaitlyn Holmes and Josilyn Daggs scored about a minute apart midway through the second half to complete the scoring.

In JV action, Reed grabbed a 2-0 victory over Carson.

Carly Bachmann had eight saves for Carson, while Teresa Boehmer, Abbey Greene, Natalie Young, Mariah Olivera, Jenna Buonacorsi, Mariya Roser, Arlette Mariscal and Danielle Sandage played well for Carson.

Dayton boys, girls fall to Fernley

FERNLEY - The Dayton boys soccer team lost 8-1 on Tuesday. For the Dust Devils, P.J. Vasquez scored on an assist from Raul Rojas.

On the girls' side, Dayton's Maribel Ledezma scored a hat trick, but it went for naught as Fernley grabbed a 5-3 win over the Dust Devils.

Dayton coach Jared Micklich also praised the offensive play of Devon Cates.

The Dayton boys host Yerington at 4 p.m. today, while the girls host Yerington at 6.


RENO - The Carson girls cross country team had a strong showing on Tuesday in a dual meet with Manogue, sweeping the incomplete Miners.

Carson also easily outpaced Spanish Springs and Reno at the Manogue high hosted meet. The runners covered a 3.1 mile course.

Leading Carson was April Shonnard at 19:34. Rounding out Carson's main team was Alex Drozdoff (21:01); Cindy Juchtzer (22:07); Erika Sosa (22:27); Mallory Wilson (23:33); Chelsea Gordon (24:51) and Avery Hudak (25:08).

On the boys side, Manogue edged Carson, 24-31. Reno was the top team overall outpacing the Senators by more than 8 minutes.

Carson coach Pete Sinnott said it will a good goal for Carson to work on during the course of the season.

Leading Carson was Taylor Bradshaw (18:07); Taylor Bradshaw (18:08); Nicholas Greene (19:53); Tylar Chester (20:31); Chris Merriner (20:45); and Daniel Jauregui (21:05).

Carson runs at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Twilight meet at Shadow Mountain in Reno.


Both Carson tennis teams took it on the nose Tuesday afternoon.

The girls dropped a 10-8 decision at Galena, while the boys hosted the Grizzlies and suffered an 11-7 setback.

Emily Collins won all three of her sets, dropping just seven games. Annalisa Ong and Katherine Breeding each won one singles point. Ong won 6-4 in the third round, while Breeding won 6-0.

In doubles, the duo of Maddi Saarem and Ellise McGowan went 2-1, winning 6-1 in the second round and 7-5 in the third round. The last point came from Stephanie Gansberg and Elizabeth Flansberg who won 6-2 in the final round.

The Carson girls dropped to 1-2.

Ben Drozdoff posted a 2-1 record to lead the boys' singles contingent. Drozdoff won 7-5 in the first round and 6-1 in the final round. Blake Sly went 1-2, managing a 6-0 win in the third round.

Mathew Boggs and Casey Reid picked up two points, winning 6-4 in the second round and 6-3 in the third round. Jack Miller and Samuel Bruketta won their only match 6-0, while Mike Lang and Ian McBryde grabbed a 6-3 win in the final round.


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