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Carson wrestling fourth at Cody Louk

Carson’s Mouhamed Fall shoots from outside during a game against Sparks on Friday at Morse Burley Gymnasium.

Carson’s Mouhamed Fall shoots from outside during a game against Sparks on Friday at Morse Burley Gymnasium.
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The Carson High wrestling team had a number of athletes make the podium over the weekend at the Cody Louk Invitational.

Lucas Wold appears to have quickly found his form for the season, winning the 126-pound weight class and giving Carson 28 team points.

JT Heaton was second at 170 pounds for the Senators, going 3-1 with three wins via the pin.

Amber Perkins also took home a silver medal, at 120 pounds for Carson.

Perkins had two wins by fall and a win via 13-12 decision in her semifinal match.

At heavyweight, Dominic Porter posted 20 points for Carson while going 3-2.

Jesse Oliva (106), Angel Vega (132) and Toby Krehbiel (144) were all fifth for Carson.

Zach Remer tallied a 2-3 record to take sixth at 165 pounds while Jett Rupert (138) went 4-3 en route to sixth place.

Spanish Springs won the team side of the event with 342.5 points while Lowry Blue was second with 222.5.

Carson ended the tournament with 195 team points in fourth place.

Dayton wrestling earns 45 team points at Cody Louk

The Dust Devil wrestling team put on a solid showing at the Cody Louk Invitational in Winnemucca over the weekend.

Archie Ervin led the way with 15 points and a fifth place finish at 165 pounds for Dayton.

At 144 pounds, Jay Parsons went 3-2 with three wins by fall to earn 11 points for the Dust Devils.

Sheamus Greenwalt had two wins by fall at 113 pounds, picking up nine points for his team while Adrian Torres was able to add six points at 190 pounds.

Alex Conseur won his third round match with a second round pin to score four points.

UP NEXT: Dayton wrestling will head to the Lovelock Invitational.

Sparks outworks Carson High boys basketball

Friday night saw Class 3A’s Sparks High take down Carson, 49-37.

The first win for the Railroaders came with a team display on the glass, outrebounding the Senators throughout the contest.

Carson settled for a number of 3-pointers, shooting just 4-of-26 from beyond the arc in the loss.

DeCarlo Quintana led Carson with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Quentin Beck had seven points, six rebounds and a steal for the Senators.

Thomas Burchett added nine more for Carson.

“We just weren’t patient enough,” said Carson High head coach Ty Golden. “We have to play inside out and it was really the opposite (Friday).”

Orande Todd led Sparks with 18 points and the Railroaders pulled away from the Senators in the second half. The Senators are 1-3 on the year.

“I think right now it’s a question of toughness. As a team, we have to be tougher. It’s not a hope that DC (Quintana) can jump and grab it over five guys,” Golden said in reference to his team’s rebounding performance.

UP NEXT: Carson will jump back into league play Thursday at home against Galena (3-1, 1-1) for a 7 p.m. tip-off. The Senators host Reno (7-1, 0-1) Saturday at 2 p.m.

Carson girls hoops lose to Fallon

The Fallon Greenwave got the scoring started early and often en route to a 68-41 win over the Carson High girls basketball team Saturday.

UP NEXT: Carson (0-3) will look to get in the win column this week at home against Galena (3-3, 0-2) Thursday before taking on Reno (4-4, 1-0) at Morse Burley Gymnasium on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.

Sierra Lutheran boys hoops off to hot start

The Falcon boys basketball team is 6-3 after going 2-1 in a tournament this past weekend.

Sierra Lutheran took down Wells (56-22) and Round Mountain (59-36) before falling to Smith Valley by one, 55-54.

UP NEXT: The Falcons will take on Wells (0-7) again Friday in SL’s first home game of the season, starting at 7:30 p.m.

Falcons girls basketball back to .500

With back-to-back wins this weekend, Sierra Lutheran girls basketball sits at 2-2.

The Falcons defeated Round Mountain, 41-34, before taking down Smith Valley, 31-28.

UP NEXT: Sierra Lutheran will play its first home game of the season Friday against Wells (4-4) at 6 p.m.

Dayton High basketball hits the road this week

The 0-3 Dust Devil boys basketball team will get away from its home floor to look for the season’s first win.

Wednesday, Dayton will travel to Sparks (1-2) as the Railroaders are coming off a win over Class 5A’s Carson High.

Friday, Truckee (1-2) will host Dayton in a non-league matchup with a 7:30 p.m. start time.

For the girls, Dayton boasts a 2-1 record through three games after wins over Hug (59-26) and Wooster (45-44) last week.

This week, the Dust Devils will follow the boys to two away contests at Sparks (1-4) and Truckee (0-5).

As of Tuesday morning, no stats were online to report for the Dust Devils.

Editor’s note: Stats need to be submitted to our sports director Carter Eckl via email at or posted on MaxPreps in order to be featured in the newspaper. 


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