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Briefs: Carson softball, baseball update

Amaya Mendeguia throws to first base against McQueen last week for a put out. Mendeguia and the Senators swept Bishop Manogue this weekend in a doubleheader.

Amaya Mendeguia throws to first base against McQueen last week for a put out. Mendeguia and the Senators swept Bishop Manogue this weekend in a doubleheader. Jeff Mulvihill, Jr. | InstaImage

 Senator softball sweeps the Miners
In a road doubleheader over the weekend, Carson High softball swept Bishop Manogue by final score of 8-4 in game one and 15-3 in game two.
Kedre Luschar went 5-for-8 over the two games with four RBIs all coming in the second affair.
Kennedy Redican drove in five runs over the course of the two games from the No. 6 spot in the lineup.
Caydee Farnworth got the starting nod in the circle for game one and fanned 11 batters over seven innings of work while allowing three earned runs.
In game two, Shannen von Duering and Isabella Reyes combined to allow five hits as the Senators skated by with an easy win.
Corine Doran bumped her season average after going a perfect 7-for-7 at the plate over the two-game set with three RBIs of her own.
UP NEXT: Carson (8-2) has won five straight contests and will travel to Galena (0-8) Tuesday afternoon in search of another win.

Miners take both games from Carson baseball
The Senators were able to muster 12 hits over two games against Bishop Manogue Saturday, but fell in both contests by finals of 12-2 and 9-2.
Justin Nussbaumer was 1-for-1 with a run and drew two walks in game one before turning around with a 2-for-4 outing in game two with two runs scored.
Casey Martensen posted four hits over the two-game series, but Miner pitchers recorded 11 strikeouts in each contest against the Senators Saturday.
Carson scored three runs total in the first innings of both games, jumping on Miner pitching early, but Bishop Manogue was able to rally and limit the Senators to one run in the other 12 innings at the plate.

Carson track and field runs at Galena
The Carson High girls’ sprinters performed well at the Galena High track and field meet over the weekend.
Natalyn Wakeling won the 100-meter dash in 13.04 while the Senators had the top-three finishers in the 400 (McKenna Budd, 1:03.79; Kaylynn Bloomfield, 1:03.82; Allyson Murphy, 1:04.03).
The Carson 4x100 relay team won by eight-tenths of a second in 52.52 while Pejuta Win Osorio was third in both the shot put (28 feet, 10 inches) and discus (73-9).
On the boy’s side, Isaac Avina and Aiden Fredlund were first and second the 110-meter hurdles.
Guillermo Perez Roque won the shot put with a new personal record throw if 41 feet, one inch while also taking the discus crown of the day with a toss of 121 feet, 10 inches.
Carson was third as a team on both the boys and girls side.
UP NEXT: Carson gets its second home meet of the season this Saturday, May 8.

Dayton baseball wins six straight to open season
The Dust Devil baseball team sits at 7-2 in the 2021 spring season after winning its first six games of the year, taking three from Fernley and three from Spring Creek.
At the plate, senior Tyler Stolfich is hitting .478 through the first half of the season with six doubles, a home run and six RBIs.
Junior Koen Stott has also driven in six runs for the Dust Devils while hitting .440 at the plate.
On the mound, Sean Kinney has thrown a team-high 17 innings while allowing six earned runs and striking out 19 batters.
Stolfich has also been a reliable pitcher to turn to for Dayton, tossing 30 strikeouts over 16.2 innings of work.
UP NEXT: Dayton will play Fernley again at Greater Nevada Field Tuesday night before turning around with a three-game set against Elko (8-4).


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