Carson High football finds bright spots against Bishop Manogue The Senators, despite falling 42-0 on Friday against the defending regional champion Bishop Manogue, stayed loud throughout the evening and had a few flashes of brilliance. After falling behind 14-0, the Senators went three-and-out, but got a quality roll on the ensuing punt leaving Bishop Manogue on its own 14. After a first down run by the Miners, Ben Heaton popped a Bishop Manogue runner trying to go up the middle. Carson pushed the Miners to fourth-and-5 and sniffed out a fake punt, resulting in the Senators getting possession in Bishop Manogue territory. Quarterback Vinnie Ferretti and the Carson offense got the ball down to the 24, but a screen pass on fourth down that didn't get to the sticks stalled the drive. Ferretti had several rollout completions on the night, finishing the contest 8-of-11 with 83 yards through the air. Ferretti’s favorite target, DeCarlo Quintana, pulled down seven of those eight completions. Though the Senator offense couldn’t find pay dirt against a stout Miner defense, Carson was able to move the ball, adding 80 more yards on the ground. Out of halftime, Carson put together a nine-play drive that covered nearly half the field. “I don’t know if I’ve ever had a senior class like this, that is so selfless and motivated to help us build something for next year,” Roman said. “The score was 42-0 and rarely do you come out of a game like that happy as a head coach, but I am.” You can find the full recap from Friday night's contest here. UP NEXT: Carson (0-2) will travel to Galena (0-3) as both programs aim for their first wins of the season. Carson High boys’ soccer wins third straight contest Over the weekend, the Senator boys’ soccer program picked up its third consecutive win – this time a 2-0 victory over Spanish Springs. Omar Mora netted his seventh goal of the season in the 15th minute on a free kick while Luis Carrillo tacked on the insurance marker in the second half. Carrillo’s shot clipped the post from about 35 yards out and found its way into the back of the net. “I’m very happy with the way we played. … I’m very pleased with our defensive improvement and not allowing any goals,” said Carson High head coach Frank Martinez. “This sets us up for a good run at the playoffs, especially with three home games left.” UP NEXT: Carson (3-2) will finish the regular season on its home turf, starting Wednesday evening at 6:45 p.m. against Damonte Ranch (0-2). Senators’ girl soccer drops a close one at Spanish Springs The Carson High girls’ soccer team lost over the weekend to Spanish Springs, 2-1. The Senators got their lone goal from junior Natalyn Wakeling, who was assisted by sophomore Gracie Walt. Wakeling and Alyssa Tomita led the Senators with two shot attempts on goal while Madison Rabideau, Reese MacKenzie and Monserrat Iza each tallied one of their own. UP NEXT: Carson (0-3-2) will get a chance at its first win on its home field Tuesday night against Damonte Ranch (0-4). You can read the full recap from that contest here. Carson High boys’ tennis demolishes Spanish Springs With a 14-4 win Friday, Carson High boys tennis put down the Cougars of Spanish Springs in authoritative fashion. Will Breeding had a clean sweep on the singles court, winning sets 6-1, 6-0 and 6-0. Jacob Frazer and Nolan Pedersen also went unbeaten on the singles court. Luke Pedersen and Dante Whatley put together a clean sweep in their doubles’ matches while Tanner Jergensen and Tyler Palmer also picked up two points for the Senators. Carson sits at 2-4 on the year. Senator girls’ tennis falls to Spanish Springs A 12-6 loss to the Cougars of Spanish Springs left Carson High girls tennis with a 2-4 record. Friday’s result saw Rachel Wolz and Ashleigh Naranjo grabbed two singles wins apiece while Poorvi Basanth secured another point on the singles court as well. UP NEXT: Carson will travel to Reno (5-0) Wednesday before challenging rival Douglas heading into the weekend. Carson High cross country performs well against McQueen In a Friday dual meet with McQueen, the Senators had a top-three finisher on both sides of the event. On the girls’ side, Ella Dooley was second for the Senators in 24:36 while Julia Kaiser with fourth in 26:49. The boys finished in a pack, starting with Ethan Bauerle in third in 20:22. Right behind Bauerle were Jacob Crossman, Walker MacKenzie, Dominic Valdez, Aiden Fredlund, Eric Billings and Samuel Davis. UP NEXT: Carson will head to a triangular with Galena and Reed this Friday at Galena High School. Dayton High volleyball back to .500 The Dust Devil volleyball program moved back to level ground with a 3-1 win over Fernley at home Saturday. Riley Glynn led the way with 11 kills for Dayton while Maile Connor was second on the team with nine. Connor also put together five serving aces and 22 assists in the win. Hailey Glynn had a team-high 36 digs for Dayton while Kassandra Miller had 11. UP NEXT: Dayton (3-3) will head north to Fallon (1-4) Friday before traveling to Lowry (1-5) Saturday.