Freshman Jill Beglin shot 89 to lead Carson to a fourth-place finish at the weekly Sierra League girls golf tournament held Wednesday at Genoa Lake’s Resort Course.
Led by medalist Jax Sohl’s 78, Bishop Manogue edged Douglas by four shots 364-368. Wooster was third at 419 and Carson finished at 467, a scant three shots ahead of Damonte Ranch. Galena fielded an incomplete team again.
Carson returns to action next Wednesday at Arrowcreek.
Beglin’s 89 put her in a fifth-place tie. Camryn Aten shot 95, Angelika Morrison 117 and Aly Perry 166. Elise McLaren withdrew after nine holes due to illness.
“The girls played well today in very windy conditions,” CHS coach Wade Greenlee said. “Camryn played outstanding. In tougher conditions than last week, she dropped her score by 10 shots, Even Aly’s score was important. We needed it to place fourth and stay in contention for regionals.”
The top four teams in each league advance to the postseason.
Carson girls win again
RENO — The Senators scored twice in the first half and matched scores in the second half to grab a 3-1 win over Hug Tuesday night.
No other information was reported.
Dayton boys knock off Fernley
DAYTON — Victor Gomez, Jaime Avila and Marco Torres scored second-half goals to wipe out a 2-1 deficit and give the Dust Devils a 4-2 win over Fernley in a 1A game.
“It was one heck of a game,” said Dayton coach Luis Melgarejo. “I’m really proud of my team. They showed a lot of heart and dedication.”
Fernley grabbed a 2-0 first half lead, but Gomez scored off a Duran assist to make it 2-1 at the half.
In the 47th minute, Avila crossed the ball to Gomez, who scored again, this time tying the game. Five minutes later, Avila beat the Fernley keeper in a 1-on-1 situation to give Dayton a 3-2 lead. Jacob Duran crossed the ball to Torres who headed home the final goal of the contest.
Dayton girls tie Fernley
DAYTON — Sydney Strickler scored in the 75th minute to help Dayton tie Fernley, 1-1, Tuesday afternoon.
The score came after Fernley had taken a 1-0 lead with a goal in the 46th minute.b
Douglas boys tie Reed
SPARKS — The Tigers moved to 2-1-1 with a scoreless tie against the Raiders.
Douglas coach Milko Vasquez said the Tigers had several good scoring opportunities, but were unable to finish.
Goalie Luke Heinrichs had six saves. Edgar Hernandez, Juan Aguayo, Niklas Wagner, Mica Miller andChris McKimmey played well defensively.
Douglas rolls Reno
MINDEN — Isabelle Peterson had nine kills and six blocks to lead the Tigers to a 25-18, 21-25, 25-17 and 25-19 win over Reno Tuesday night.
Talyn Jackson also played well with 19 assists, three kills, three blocks and 11 digs. Alex Demaranville had 14 digs and Johnnie Saletti added seven kills and three digs.