Prep roundup: Dayton boys bounce back for win

Freshman Aleea McGill-Howe drives down the court against South Tahoe Saturday at Dayton High.

Freshman Aleea McGill-Howe drives down the court against South Tahoe Saturday at Dayton High.

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DAYTON — Dayton High’s boys basketball team bounced back from a disappointing overtime loss to Fallon on Friday to knock off South Tahoe, 50-45, Saturday afternoon.

The win was Dayton’s second of the league season against eight losses.

“We controlled the flow of the game,” said Kevin Ply, Dayton’s assistant coach. “We only had three 3s. Ninety percent of our baskets were lay-ups. We also shot better at the line today (11-for-18). It was a good bounce back game for us.”

Chase Peterson hit three free throws late in the game to help seal the win. He finished with 10 points, all in the second half. Josh Riders led Dayton with 22 points and Trevor Burrows added eight. Blake Fletcher had seven points, four rebounds and three assists.

Dayton played without J.J. Ply (ankle).

Tommy Cefalu finished with 18 points and Ethan Strain added 10. Former Dayton forward Blake Blocker, who has been hampered with a rib injury, had just three free throws for the Vikings.


CHS 2nd at Placer Duals

AUBURN, Calif. — Carson High went 4-1 to finish second at Saturday’s Placer Duals at Placer High School.

The Senators won their first four matches, beating River City (61-12), Argonaut (72-0), Del Campo (60-12) and Golden Valley (48-24) before losing 54-24 to northern Nevada rival Spanish Springs.

Carson wrestled the last match without Terin Keller (106) and Connor Sievers, who was injured in his fourth match of the day and was unable to continue.

Brady O’Keefe, Kevin Rusler and Brandon Basa were all 5-0 on the day. Kyle Rudy, Nathan Mersino, Abel Carter, Sievers and Sheldon Miller all went 4-1. Ethan Lepire and Austin Rudy went 3-2, while Jarod Butler and Corey Jasper went 2-3. Jake Roman was 1-4.

The Senators will conclude their Sierra League season Wednesday at home (6 p.m.) against Douglas.


McDermott, Rowe win titles

RENO — Kellen McDermott won the 145-pound title and John Rowe captured the 182-pound crown at Saturday’s JV tournament at McQueen High School. Both wrestlers went 3-0 with three pins.

Eight of Carson’s 11 wrestlers placed.

Daryll Heyward (138) went 2-1 and placed second and Bryce Newhall went 2-1 with two pins and placed second at 182.

Zach Bumby (138) went 4-1 with four pins and placed third, Dawson Breuer went 3-1 with two pins and placed third at 145, and Jesse Case (170) went 3-1 with two pins and took third. Ty Evans was fourth at 160.


Vikings stop Dayton

DAYTON — South Tahoe built a 13-point halftime lead en route to a 52-39 win over the Dust Devils Saturday afternoon in a Division 1A game.

Angela Sikora had 19 points to lead the Dust Devils along with seven rebounds and three steals. Reilly Gibson came off the bench with six points, while Kristina Mason had five points and eight rebounds.

“We had a terrible first half,” Dayton coach Kelly Frantz said.

“We came out hot in the second half, but foul trouble put South Tahoe on the line too many times in the fourth quarter. We need to put a complete game together.”

Seven of Dayton’s eight players scored in the game.

Sierra Lutheran wins

NIXON — Kirsten Iverson scored 13 points to lead the Falcons to a 26-17 win over Pyramid Lake in a Division IV contest Saturday.

Grace Bonafede added six points and 12 rebounds, and Clare Davison added nine rebounds.

The Falcons are 14-6.

• In JV action, the Falcons rolled to a 37-10 win thanks to 12 points by Lena Richardson.


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