Douglas High’s Johanna Ruelas knocks a ball down to her feet during a contest earlier this season. Ruelas scored her first goal of the season in a 7-0 win over Spanish Springs.
Photo by Ron Harpin.
After falling to Carson High, the Douglas girls soccer team took out its frustration on Spanish Springs with a 7-0 win over the weekend.
Bliss Moody led the way with a hat trick for the Tigers while Douglas’ leading scorer, Aleeah Weaver, netted two goals.
Johanna Ruelas saw her first score of the season while freshman Morgan Davis also tallied a goal for the Tigers.
The win moves Douglas to 7-5-1 overall and 5-3-1 in Class 5A North play, leaving the Tigers in fifth place in the league standings.
UP NEXT: Douglas hosted its Senior Night on Tuesday against Reno (7-2-2, 7-2-2) before traveling to McQueen (6-3-4, 4-2-3) to end the week.
Douglas girls tennis takes down McQueen in regional opener
The No. 5 seeded Tiger girls tennis team had to travel to Reno on Monday to take on No. 4 McQueen to open Class 5A North regional team play.
Douglas was able to extend its team season behind an 11-7 win over the Lancers.
UP NEXT: Douglas will take on No. 1 Reno at 3 p.m. Wednesday with the winner getting a spot in the regional finals against either Bishop Manogue or Galena.
Tiger cross country runs in California
The Douglas High cross country teams finished a meet in Clovis, Calif., over the weekend.
The Tigers were 17th of 41 teams on the boys side of the meet while the Douglas girls took 28th as a team.
Jackson Davis was the first Tiger runner across the line for the boys, finishing in 16:06 to take 14th overall.
Luke Davis was just off his pace, taking 31st in 16:39.5.
Romaine Smokey was 110th in 17:39 and junior Dennis Jorgensen took 164th in 18:25.
Overall, 265 runners posted times in the boys meet.
For the Tiger girls, it was sophomore Ayla Nelson, who crossed the line in 21:51 for 118th place.
Douglas had two freshmen finish next in Lucy Nord and Logan Axtell, who posted times of 22:11 and 22:20, respectively.
Tarkanian to host basketball clinic
Danny Tarkanian is having a couple of coaches from his nonprofit basketball academy in Las Vegas come up to Douglas Country for a pair of free basketball clinics.
One of those clinics will be held at the Douglas Community and Senior Center on Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to noon.
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