Prep roundup

Senator boys XC wins Wildfire Invitational

Carson High boys cross country dominated in California over the weekend, claiming the team title at the Wildfire Invitational.

The Senators had 44 points, 22 points better than second.

Sawyer Macy led the charge with a third place finish in 17:22 for Carson.

Right behind Macy was sophomore Alex Miner in sixth (17:42) and freshman Sean Thornton in seventh (17:52).

Tristan Rutledge was 12th for the Senators while senior Samuel Davis took 18th.

On the girls side, Carson was four points off of first place, taking third as a team.

Freshman Vea Miner led the way in sixth, 20:40, while fellow freshman Madison Hager was ninth in 21:07.

Brianna Rodriguez-Nunez and Jinnir Ponczoch took 11th and 12th, respectively, while a trio of Senator runners finished 34th, 35th and 36th.

Sierra Lutheran harriers run well at North Valleys

In Friday’s North Valleys' Chase Race, all members of the Sierra Lutheran girls cross country team recorded a personal record for the season. Saige Gregory came in 14th with a time of 22:59; Vanessa James came in 67th at 27:20; Kailey Fitzpatrick was 81st in 28:23; Christi Kennedy was 89th at 29:59.

In the boys race, Max Woelfel ran his first 5K of the season, finishing 30th at 20:33; Chandler Ricks was 55th in 21:30, a PR; Anton Granata was 60th in 21:46; and Cameron Bourne was 142nd in 30:13.

"This coming Friday we will host the Dave Marson Trail Race at Sierra Lutheran High School. Dave Marson coached Sierra Lutheran High School in cross country and track for years. He led the Falcons to numerous state championships. After that race, we move onto the postseason meets. We will participate in the Northern Nevada Regional Meet to qualify for the State Meet in Las Vegas. Everyone has worked so hard, and it is time to shine," said Falcon coach Robin Williams. "I am so proud of the performances this week and can hardly wait to see how they do in the postseason meets."

Carson High tennis opens up regional play

Last week, the Senator tennis teams completed their regional tournaments as a unit.

This week, everyone will fend for his or her own bragging rights as the singles and doubles regional tournaments are underway.

For more, check out Saturday’s Nevada Appeal.

McQueen girls soccer tops Carson

The Lancer girls soccer team defeated the Senators over the weekend, 2-1.

Monse Iza scored for Carson.

UP NEXT: Carson (9-6-2, 7-6-1) hosts Bishop Manogue (5-10-1, 4-7-1) next Tuesday in the regular season finale.

Dayton volleyball bests Spring Creek

On Saturday, Dayton High volleyball didn’t need extra time to beat Spring Creek, taking down the Spartans in straight sets.

The Dust Devils won the match 25-23, 26-24, 27-25 en route to their fifth league win.

UP NEXT: Dayton (22-5, 5-2) travels to Lowry (15-7, 3-3) this coming Friday.


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