Carson High’s girls track team, on the strength of three wins by Madison Preston and two by Athena Favero, topped Wooster and Reed in a three-way meet at the Jim Frank Track Complex on Saturday afternoon.
Carson finished with 103 points, one better than Reed. Wooster was third with 35. On the boys side, Reed finished with 115, Carson had 96 and Wooster had 35.
Preston won the long jump (16-1), triple jump (34-6) and high jump (4-8). Favero won the 100 hurdles (17.41) and the 300 hurdles (47.78).
Other victories were turned in by Hailey Palotas (100, 13.80), Sahara Winder (200, 27.85) and Teresa Boehmer (discus, 91-4). Eveline Delgado took second in the 1600 (5:50.00) and 3200 (12:52.87). Jesse Balkwell was second in the 800 (2:42.38), Boehmer was second in the shot put (32-8), Alison Greene was second in the 400 (67.11) and Kayla Aikins was second in the high jump (4-8).
On the boys side, Corey Reid, Dakota Baker, Ian Schulz, Asa Carter and Aaron Woodbury enjoyed outstanding days.
Reid won the pole vault (13-1) and the 300 hurdles (40.78), and placed second in the 110 hurdles (15.32). Baker won the 110 hurdles (15.31) and the high jump (5-10) plus finished second in the 300 hurdles (41.90). Carter won the triple jump (41-1). Woodbury took the long jump (19-3 1/2) and placed second in the triple jump (40-7 3/4). Schulz won the discus (132-6), placed second in the shot put (41-5) and was fourth in the 100 (12.4). Jordan Stine was second in the 200 (24.20), while Josue Orozco was second in the discus (130-1).
Daniel Jauregui was third in the 3200 (11:17.19) and Christopher Miranda was third in the discus (118-7).
Dayton boys 2nd at Yerington
YERINGTON — Dayton High’s boys track team finished second to Fallon Saturday at the annual Yerington Relays.
Fallon won with 149.5, Dayton was second with 108.66, Rite of Passage was third with65 and Yerington was fourth with 63.5. Truckee won the girls title with 157. Yerington was second with 94.5 and Fernley was third with 70. Dayton was seventh with 44.
Individually, Benji Ply had a great day. He won the 110 hurdles in 16.47, won the high jump at 6-5 1/4, was third in the pole vault at 12-6 and fourth in the 800 at 2:13. Aaron Elissa won the 800 in 2:05.75 and was second in the 1600 at 4:49.49. He also ran a leg on the winning 1600 relay team with Skyler Berntson, Andrew Goodman and Dallon Mendoza.
Zach Hawley was second in the discus at 141-4 and fourth in the shot at 45-2. Joshua Koch was third in the discus at 129. Jonathan Ply was second in the high jump at 5-10. Berntson, Tobias Tapley, Mendoza and Goodman were second in the 400 relay (45.86), and the same group was second in the 800 relay at 1:34.09.
Kaylee Turner led the Dayton girls with a win in the shot put (33-10) and a third in the discus (110-0). Cheyanne Strong was second in the high jump (4-8) and fifth in the long jump (13-8 1/4). Lettie Lynch was second in the 100 (13.56). Hanna Elissa was seventh in the 1600 (6:19.60) and eighth in the 3200 (14:14.25). Lauren Bailey was sixth in the pole vault (6-6).
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
Carson loses thriller
REDDING, Calif. — Willows scored five times in the sixth inning to overcome a 5-1 deficit and knock off the Senators, 6-5, Saturday at the Redding Invitational at the Field of Dreams Complex.
The loss dropped Carson to 4-6-1 on the season.
Carson took a 1-0 lead in the first on Jen Purcell’s run-scoring double, Willows scored a run in the first, tying the contest.
The Senators scored four times in the fifth on a hit batsman, an error, a single by Kandis Tuttle, a double by Becka Breuer and a single by Aubrey Northrup.
Willows batted around in the sixth. A pair of dropped third strikes and an error enabled Willows to come from behind for the win.
Purcell and Breuer led the offense with two hits apiece.
Dayton drops two
ELKO — Spring Creek dropped Dayton from the ranks of the unbeaten by sweeping Saturday’s Division 1-A doubleheader, 8-7 and 6-5.
Dayton is 5-2 overall and 1-2 in league heading into next week’s road series at Fernley.
Makayla Shadle was the tough-luck loser in the opener despite striking out 13. Six of Spring Creek’s runs were unearned.
Shadle led the offense, going 3-for-4 with two runs and three RBI. Claire Cerda went 2-for-4.
Kacie Touchstone started in the circle in the second game, giving up six runs, only two earned. Shadle worked four shutout innings in relief. She went 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBIs in the second game, while Shali Powell went 2-for-4 with two RBI.
WNC hits well in losing efforts
TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Western Nevada College, despite a better hitting effort, dropped a doubleheader to College of Southern Idaho, 17-7 and 14-3, Saturday afternoon.
Both games were halted early because of the run rule.
WNC led briefly, 2-1, after the first inning thanks to a sacrifice fly by Heather Septon and run-scoring single by Lindsey Ashbaugh. CSI put the game out of reach in the second inning with a seven-run barrage.
Makenzie Hospodka, Meghan Hospodka, Jenny Rechel, Septon, Ashbaugh, Andi Lee, Katelyn Bomar and Cara McCarthy all hit safely for Western.
In the second game, CSI put it away early with two in the first and seven in the second.
Septon drove in two runs with sacrifice fly balls and the third run scored on wild pitch.
Rechel, Lee, Katilyn Covione and Makenzie Hospodka all hit safely in the loss.
WNC has a much-needed bye next weekend, and coach Leah Wentworth expects top pitcher Carlee Beck (arm) and Madi Gonzalez, who plays second base and outfield, to return to the team.