Carson High School's fall sport sign-ups will be held Aug. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the North Foyer.
Physicals will be available at $10 per person for any CHS student. Coaches will be available to discuss try-outs. Returning students will be required to clear up all fines, fees, and return any library or text books in order to be cleared for try-uts.
All students will be able to purchase their student body cards for $25. Athletic packets are available at www.carsonhigh.com. There is no early drop-off period. The last day to sign up is August 8th. Packets will not be processed the day of try-outs. Football will begin August 4th and other fall sports begin Aug. 13.
The Athletic office will be closed until Thursday, August 2nd at 7:00 am.
The Carson WildCats softball team finished second for the second week in a row last week at Golden Eagle Regional Park in Sparks.
Behind strong pitching from Kaitlyn Jimmy, Kaitlyn Ripa and Ivette Garcia along with a powerful hitting attack, the WildCats won three games and tied one before losing to the Nevada Wolfpack 4-3 in the championship game July 15th.
The Wildcats next tournament will be in Incline Village this weekend. Leading the Cats is Jennifer Quam, hitting at a 673 clip. Other high average WildCats hitters are Lauren Knorzer (518), Kelsie Callahan (528), Cara McCarthy (404), Valerie Quam (500), Cassie Bell (429), Rebecca McConnell (478) and Jenny Rechel (348).
The WildCats record for the 2012 summer tournament season is 11-6-4.
Area swimmers fare
well at Lake Tahoe
Ashley Meyer placed first in the 13-14 age group at the Lake Tahoe Sharkfest over the weekend.
Ninety-six swimmers participated in the event.
Eli Everest was third in the 15-16 division and fourth overall, while 3rd place in the 15-16 age group and finished 4th overall, while Corrinne Defilippi got fourth place in the 15-16 age group. Stella Carroll was second in 13-14 age group and Kaly Branco was fourth in the 13-14 group.
• Here are the winners from the Capital City Kids Triathlon.
14-18 boys: Nathanael Williams; 14-18 girls: Sophie Holmes; 11-13 boys: Konnor Van Worth; 11-13 girls: Taylor Sullivan; 9-10 boys: Ben Miller; 9-10 girls: Brooke Gudmundson; 7-8 boys: Lukas Taggart; 7-8 girls: McKinsey Hutchings; 4-6 boys: Noah Mahara; 4-6 girls: Kaitlyn Hutchings.
win top flight
Ewald Burmeister and Jerry Reaves combined for a net 56 to win A flight at the Carson Valley Men's Club best-ball event on July 8.
Mike Davis and Marc Menezes were second with a 59. John Carey and Ed Hunter won the B flight with a 61, one shot better than Gerry Bing and John Guidicatti.
• Also at CVGC, Roger Hala shot a net 66 to win the A flight at the stroke play event on July 1. Joe Morrison won the B flight with a 67 and John Cary won the C flight with a 63.
win Empire event
Bill Hetherton shot a net 61 to win Flight A and Jim Laporte shot a net 60 to win Flight B at the weekly Empire Ranch Senior Men's Club event.
Ken Cuneo was second in Flight A with a 63 and Henry Ortiz was next with a 64. Victor Rocha was second in Flight B with a 65 and Dan Rodgers was third with a 66.
Fitzpatrick, Easterling tie
Jim Fitzpatrick and Larry Easterling tied for first in Thunder Canyon's Chicago Points event on July 13. Both finished with 13.
Charlie Cockerill was next with 12 and Paul Ricciardi was fourth with 11.
Joann Sheerin won the women's event with 11 points, while Pam Whalen and Barbara Plymell were second with 10. Carol Boice and Kathy Cockerill tied for fourth with nine.
• On July 6, Steve Sear and Hudson Stremmel shot a 61 to win the Beat the Pro and President (Dave LaFata and Saul Singer, 72).
John and Jordan Anderson were second with a 63 while Rick Hodge and Alvie Devia were next with a 65.
On the women's side, Mary Anderson carded a net 68 to win the stroke play event. Donna Schellin was second with a 70, while Cheryl Lukens was third with a 72.
from Silver Oak
James Barnett, Jim Silsby, Rion Causey and Roland Owings won their respective flights at Silver Oak Senior Men's Club Stableford tournament.
Barnett and Silsby won the 1st flight with 28 apiece, while Causey won the 2nd flight with a 42 and Owings took the 3rd flight with a 34.
Maricich records ace
at Silver Oak
Frank Maricich recorded a hole-in-one at Silver Oak on th par-3 7th hole. He used a 7-iron to ace the 169-yard hole.
Mark Cox, Luther Best and Dennis Holt witnessed the shot.