Josh Peacock capped off a four-year career at Hiram College by being named second-team all North Coast Athletic Conference by the league coaches.
Peacock finished second on the team in tackles with 85, including 3.5 stops for losses. He had four games with 10 or more tackles, including 18 against DePauw. He also intercepted three passes and had a fumble recovery which he returned 78 yards. He also averaged 34.6 yards per punt.
“Josh started for four years at Hiram, and will be missed tremendously,” Hiram coach Randy Moore said. “Josh was one of the more physical, instinctive and athletic safeties in the NCAC. He is not just a very good football player but a great young man and leader that I know will have a fantastic future.”
Liddle, Elissa claim running championships
Two Dayton residents — Thomas Liddle and Aaron Elissa — claimed first place in their respective divisions at the Cold Turkey Run in Carson City last week.
Liddle clocked a 35:24 to win the 4-mile event, outlasting fellow Dayton runner Brady Heusser, who ran a 35:39.3. Ryan Radtke of Sparks ran a 37:43, while Lizzie Byrne of Minden was clocked in 41:12. Genoa’s Davy Row (41:18.6), Carson City’s Scott Foster (42:35.7), Kate Blake (42:45), Wellington’s Tess Wipfli (43:33.9), Carson’s Makaela Bigley (44:05) and Steve Pradere of Carson (46:05.11) rounded out the top 10.
Elissa was clocked in 55:48 for the 7-mile race. Carson’s Brett Long was second at 57:10, Incline’s Ross McMahan was third in 59:37, Berkeley’s Ian Malliken was fourth in 1:01.20 and Zephyr Cove’s Mari Chandler was fifth in 1:04.56. Carson’s Lester McDonald (1:05.42), J. Wilkerson of Reno (1:06.54), Gardnerville’s Ryan Stoffer (1:08.40), Adam Sullivan (1:08.45) and Incline’s Sarah McMahan (1:09.17) rounded out the top 10.
Value days at Empire Ranch
Empire Ranch is offering rates through the month of December. Cost for 18 holes with a cart is for $30 plus a $5 coupon for the restaurant.
Also, the course is offering a value card for $125. The first four rounds are free on a punch card, and then every 11th round is free. You get $25 rounds between April and October, and winter rounds are $20. Both prices include a cart. You also get 10 percent off pro shop merchandise.
For more information, call 885-2100.
CVGC offering season passes
Season passes for Carson Valley Golf Club go on sale Dec. 15 at 8 a.m. If you purchase your pass on Dec. 15, you receive a dozen personalized golf balls while supplies last.
The cost for a single player to walk is $925 and $1,400 with a cart. For a couple to walk it’s $1,600 and $2.350 to ride. Season passes are non-refunable and not transferable. The pass may not be used for outside tournaments or leagues.
For more information, call 265-3181.