Prep roundup: Senators take bite out of Panthers in three

RENO — Carson High’s volleyball team improved to 5-0 with an easy 25-17, 25-9 and 25-20 win over North Valleys in a Division I crossover match Tuesday nght.

The Senators conclude the crossover portion of their schedule Thursday when they host McQueen at 6 p.m. at Morse Burley Gym.

Maddie Jergesen led Carson with nine kills and four blocks, and Juliana Anderson had six kills and six digs. Jaycie Roberts, who missed the last couple of matches, had four kills and four digs. Setter Natalie Anderson had three kills, four digs and 17 assists.

Virginia City wins

ZEPHYR COVE — Virginia City (8-1, 3-0) picked up a huge league win on the road, outlasting Whittell in five games 19-25, 25-15, 25-22, 23-25, 15-10.

Kelsi Sequeira had seven aces, six kills, two blocks and 13 assists, Bethany Fuller had five aces, 15 kills and one block, Chelsea Nevin had two aces, 13 kills, one block and 11 assists and Jordan Seddon added three kills and four blocks for the Muckers.

Virginia City’s junior varsity (4-4, 2-1) lost 24-26, 25-15, 5-15.

Smith Valley tops Falcons

Smith Valley swept Sierra Lutheran 25-6, 25-21 and 25-15 in a Division IV volleyball match Tuesday night.

Grace Bonafede had six kills and three blocks, while Brynna Hansen added four kills, three blocks and two digs. Kim Eckert had 11 digs.

• In JV action, Sierra Lutheran swept Smith Valley, 26-24 and 25-17. Kirsten Iverson had four kills, five aces, two assists and three digs. Charis Wheeler served up eight aces and had four assists, and Lindsey James added 10 assists.


Reno hammers Senators

RENO — Perennial powerhouse Reno drubbed Carson 17-1 Tuesday at Reno High.

Reno improved to 8-0 while Carson is now 4-4.

The only Carson win came from Taylor Saarem, who won his third set, 6-2, after losing his first set 6-2. Ryan Tomita played a strong first set, losing 6-4, and the doubles team of Nico Salm and Danny Dudley lost 6-3 in their first set.

Reno swept the first and third sets of action.

CHS girls lose, 15-3

Anya Woodbury was the bright spot for the Senators, winning 6-0 and 6-4, as the Senators dropped a 15-3 decision to Reno at CHS.

Carson’s only other win came from the doubles team of Emily McCaskill and Amanda Schulz, who won 6-4.


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