Carson High softball has made a new hire after three-year head coach, Carlos Mendeguia, stepped down in December.
Mendeguia had served as an assistant football coach, head and assistant coach for the basketball team along with being the head softball coach.
“Carlos Mendeguia provided some excellent leadership and direction for our softball program for the past three years. The success of our program during that time is a tribute to him,” said Carson High athletic director Blair Roman. “CHS thanks Carlos for his dedication to our school and its athletes. Carlos was an advocate for our girls sports programs here at the school and he will be missed.”
Taking over for Mendeguia will be Scott Vickrey, who has been at Carson High since 1995, Roman said.
Vickrey served as the softball head coach before Mendeguia and Shane Quilling.
A more in-depth feature on the hire will be in a future edition of the Nevada Appeal.
(Carlos Mendeguia / Nevada Appeal file photo)