RENO - McQueen knocked off Carson in straight sets - 25-18, 25-22, 25-20 -in a Division I crossover volleyball match.
Coach Robert Maw was frustrated at his team's inability to pass the ball cleanly. Maw said his team made 50 unforced errors in the three games, and the passing percentage was only 2.03.
"I don't care who you play, you can't make 50 unforced errors against anybody," Maw said. "We barely got the ball to the setter sometimes.
"The first game they went on a 12-0 service run, and that kind of set the tone for the rest of the match. We just couldn't break the serve. I thought Courtney (Hack), Kenzie (Price) and Savannah (Smith) played well."
Smith had six kills and four digs, Danielle Good had six kills and a dig and Courtney Hack had 19 assists and two digs. Kammy Forrest chipped in five kills and four blocks, while Price had three kills, two blocks and a dig. Brooklyn Maw finished with a team-leading eight digs.
Douglas swept by Reno
Despite 10 kills and 10 digs by Shawnee McFadden, Douglas was swept by Reno 25-21, 25-18 and 25-22.
The loss dropped Douglas to 5-9 overall and 1-5 against Division I opponents.
Ariah Barth also had 10 digs for the Tigers, while Shelby Van Winkle had nine digs to go along with 13 assists and four kills. Maddy Strauss had two kills, five digs and four assists.
Carson boys lose 10-8
Nick Forbes and Spenser Pringle teamed up to win all three of their matches, but the Senators still dropped a 10-8 decision Tuesday afternoon to South Tahoe.
Casey Reid and Mathew Boggs won two matches, 6-2 and 6-1, while Jace Zampirro and Trevor Sollberger teamed up to go 2-1.
Aaron Woodbury went 1-2 in singles.
Carson is now 2-4.
Carson girls lose 11-7
Katy Breeding won two matches for Carson, but South Tahoe managed to pin an 11-7 defeat on Carson.
Breeding won 6-1 and 6-1. Ellise McGowan won 6-4, Lizzie Flansberg had a come-from-behind 7-5 win, and the doubles teams of Tess Corda and Makayla Ragnone (6-3), Abbie Hersey and Kylie Jensen (7-5) and Krista Stocke and Amanda Breen (6-3) won one match each.
Carson is 2-5 and plays its last home match Thursday against Incline.