Douglas High girls soccer

Tiger girls soccer matches pace with Galena

Plus, results from other Douglas High events from the past week

The seniors of Douglas High girls soccer pose for a photo during Senior Night. Pictured from left to right are Kylee Lash, Camden Miller, Kylie Martin and Seara MacPherson.

The seniors of Douglas High girls soccer pose for a photo during Senior Night. Pictured from left to right are Kylee Lash, Camden Miller, Kylie Martin and Seara MacPherson.
Photo by Ron Harpin.

Douglas boys soccer wins two straight 

The Tiger boys soccer team picked up two consecutive wins over the last few days.

Douglas started its winning streak with a 2-1 victory over Reno on Saturday.

On Monday, the Tigers hosted Dayton and dispatched the Dust Devils, 8-0, with four goals in each half.

UP NEXT: Douglas (7-7-1, 1-5-1) takes on South Tahoe (13-2, 7-0) Thursday.

Tiger girls soccer matches pace with Galena

The Douglas girls soccer team tied with the Grizzlies of Galena on Saturday, 1-1.

Aleeah Weaver scored the goal for Douglas, coming off an assist from senior captain Seara MacPherson.

Douglas ended up with 15 shots on goal.

UP NEXT: The Tigers (7-7-2, 5-5-2) traveled to Damonte Ranch (3-11-1, 3-8-1) Tuesday in a league contest. Douglas bested the Mustangs in their only meeting this season, 2-1.

Douglas cross country runs at North Valley’s Chase Race

The Douglas High girls and boys cross country took sixth and seventh, respectively, at Saturday’s meet at North Valleys.

Freshman Lucy Nord led the Tiger finishers, crossing the line in 21st in 23:31.

Next across was Niza Barton in 29th while Stella Bradley and Logan Axtell were 38th and 41st, respectively.

For the Tiger boys, it was Dennis Jorgensen leading the way with a 15th place finish in 19:17.

Sophomore Sage Spencer put together a 28th-place finish in 20:28 while Joel Nord was 37th for Douglas in 20:50.

Regional tennis underway

Douglas High’s final tennis matches of the season are underway in the Class 5A boys and girls singles and doubles tournament.

The tournaments are hosted at Bishop Manogue and take place throughout the week.

For full results, see Saturday’s Record-Courier.

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."

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.

Space is limited to the first 30 people that RSVP.

For information or to RSVP, email


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