The Sierra Lutheran volleyball team rolled to a 25-9, 25-3, 25-11 win at Sierra Sage on Friday.
Lauren Rowlatt served for nine points and four aces, Amanda Almeida served for 10 points and two aces and Bri Wiles served for 24 points and seven aces for the Falcons.
Sierra Lutheran football loses
Sierra Lutheran lost a hard fought game against Hawthorne on Saturday, falling 46-37.
The Falcons led 13-12 after one quarter when Shawn Emm scored a touchdown and Makez Berger completed a 25-yard scoring pass to Quinn Cummings.
Sierra Lutheran trailed 32-13 when Luke Bonafede scored right before halftime to pull the Falcons to within 32-21.
The Falcons pulled to within 32-29 after three quarters when Emm scored again.
Emm scored his third touchdown and Isaiah Jarrett added the two-point conversion for the final margin but it wasn’t enough.
“I’m proud of the kids,” Sierra Lutheran coach Del Bugg said. “They pushed themselves and didn’t quit.”
Sierra Lutheran girls golf wins
Sierra Lutheran won its tournament last week at Carson Valley Golf Course with a 472. Yerington was second with a 502.
Elia Keating led the Falcons with a 90 to finish second overall.
Dayton boys soccer splits
Dayton opened league play over the weekend with a split on the road, beating White Pine, 4-3, and losing to West Wendover, 3-2.
Dayton fell behind 2-0 against White Pine. During that stretch, Dust Devil goalie Jonathan Thornton saved a penalty shot but White Pine scored off the rebound.
Noah Gibson and Riley Fetters scored as Dayton tied the game 2-2 at halftime.
Dayton fell behind 3-2 but Lance Peterson scored the tying goal and Jacob Duran scored the game-winning goal on a free kick.
Against West Wendover Dayton took a 2-0 lead when Duran scored both goals on free kicks. West Wendover, though, scored once before halftime and twice in the second half for the comeback win.
Hadley shines at Montana Tech
Rachel Hadley, a 2015 Dayton High graduate, is making her mark this season for the Montana Tech women’s volleyball team.
Hadley, a junior geological engineering major at the NAIA school, has 41 digs and 12 aces so far this season for the 8-6 Orediggers.
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