Carson High girls tennis couldn’t escape the first round of the Class 5A regional team tournament Monday, falling to Galena 11-7. The Grizzlies came in as the No. 6 seed and had bested the Senators earlier in the year, 13-5. UP NEXT: The singles and doubles regional tournament start next week as individual Senators look for a chance to potentially win a regional title. Carson girls soccer stuns Galena The Carson High girls soccer team continues to click after a 2-0 win over Galena on Saturday. The Grizzlies qualified for the state tournament last season. Carson’s two goals came from captains Alyssa Tomita and Lena Alvarado. With a record of 8-5-2 this year and a 6-5-1 clip in Class 5A North region play, the Senators are in third place with 19 points. UP NEXT: Carson traveled to Damonte Ranch (2-9-1, 2-6-1) on Tuesday. Senator boys soccer gets two more league contests under belt The Carson High boys soccer team played two more league games over the past few days, falling to North Valleys 1-0 Saturday. Monday, the Senators traveled out to Wooster before drawing with the Colts, 1-1. UP NEXT: Carson (1-7-4, 0-7-4) will host Spanish Springs (2-6-2, 2-6-2) on Wednesday, looking to reverse a 1-0 loss from earlier in the season. Carson girls golf enters regional play Tuesday marked the beginning of the annual two-day Class 5A girls golf regional tournament for the Senators. The regional meet will start at Dayton Valley Golf Course where the Senators will play 18 holes before transitioning to Eagle Valley West for the final day. Results from the regional meet – as well as photos – can be found in this weekend’s edition of the Nevada Appeal. Smith Valley football holds off Sierra Lutheran The Falcon football team couldn’t pick up its first win of the season over the weekend, falling to Smith Valley, 66-48. Sierra Lutheran put up at last eight points in every quarter, but weren’t able to slow the Bulldogs on the defensive side of the ball. UP NEXT: Sierra Lutheran (0-5, 0-2) takes on Virginia City (3-2, 0-1) Saturday with a 1 p.m. kickoff. Falcon volleyball suffers first league loss Smith Valley volleyball was able to hand Sierra Lutheran its first loss in Class 1A league play Saturday in straight sets – 25-8, 25-14, 25-23. Matisyn Beaty led the Falcons with six kills while Francesca Antonucci posted five kills of her own. Beaty and junior Samantha Steyn led the team in digs with 15 and 10, respectively. Steyn also passed out four assists in the loss. UP NEXT: Sierra Lutheran (9-4, 3-1 in Class 1A league play) gets the week off before hosting Sierra Sage (0-9, 0-1) Oct. 18. Editor’s note: Results and statistics must be posted to MaxPreps or submitted to sports director Carter Eckl by email at email@example.com in order to be published in print.
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