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Carson softball wins two by run rule

Plus, Senator baseball and golf results

Senator shortstop Dillon Damico (4) reaches out to field a ground ball against Douglas on Wednesday.

Senator shortstop Dillon Damico (4) reaches out to field a ground ball against Douglas on Wednesday.
Photo by Ron Harpin.

 With a 10-0 win over Bishop Manogue on Senior Night and a 14-4 win over Damonte Ranch, the Carson High softball team is taking care of business in the final week of the regular season.
Today, the Senators will play their two final league contests at Douglas (22-6-1, 12-2) in hopes of hanging on to the No. 3 seed.
Carson holds a 9-6 league record, tied with McQueen for the third spot in the Class 5A North.
The Lancers play their final two league contests against Reno (6-8) today, which could potentially impact the standings.
In Tuesday’s 10-0 win over the Miners, Kiele Franco drove in a team-leading three RBIs while Caydee Farnworth allowed just one hit in the circle.
In the process, Farnworth struck out 13 batters on 84 pitches.
Corine Doran, Kayce Johnston, Isabella Reyes, Ashley Naranjo and Kennedy Redican all tallied an RBI in the win.
Thursday, the Senators tacked on the runs late with six of their 14 coming in the seventh inning.
Johnston belted her ninth home run of the season and drove in four runs while Redican added a pair of RBIs as well.
Farnworth was charged with one earned run and punched out another 10 batters.
UP NEXT: Carson looks to solidify its status as a top three or four team in the Class 5A North today at Douglas. The regional tournament will start Thursday,
May 12 and all games will be played at Bishop Manogue High School.

Senator baseball heads to regional playoff game
With a 12-11 loss to Reed on Tuesday followed by 10-0 losses to Douglas and Bishop Manogue, Carson High baseball will go into regional play as the No. 9 seed.
In losing to Reed, the Raiders hosted the play-in game between the two squads Friday afternoon with the winner getting to play No. 1 Reno in the opening round of the regional tournament.
Against Reed, the Senators fell behind 12-6 after four and a half innings, but were able to rally.
However, five runs only got the Senators within one and dropped Carson into the bottom of the league standings with a 1-15 league record in the Class 5A North.
A win Friday in the play-in contest would snap a 15-game losing streak for the Senators, who sit at 3-25-1 on the year.

Carson High boys’ golf third at Genoa Lakes
Tuesday at Genoa Lakes Golf Course, the Carson High boys golf team nearly matched the pace of eventual winner Spanish Springs.
The Cougars put together a team score of 333 while Carson was third with a 341.
Bishop Manogue finished in second with a 335.
Lukas Taggart once again led Carson with an even-par round, shooting a 72 that included three birdies and an eagle on the par-5 17th.
Andrew Kalicki birdied the first hole on the course before finishing with an 85, which tied him for sixth place.
Thomas Burchett also took advantage of the par-5 17th, tallying a birdie on the second to last hole of his round in shooting an 86, tying for eighth.
Spenser Bray rounded out the Senators’ team scoring with a 98.
UP NEXT: Carson High will head into the two-day regional golf tournament, starting Monday at Dayton Valley Golf Course.
The top three teams at the regional tournament will qualify for state along with the top six individuals on non-qualifying teams.
Tee times on Monday and Tuesday both begin at 11:30 a.m.


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