Roundup: Greenwave golf, track wind down regular seasons

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The Fallon boys golf team continues to finish among the top leaders in the Northern 3A as the season winds down.

The Greenwave finished fifth April 24 at Spring Creek’s tournament and April 25 at Elko’s tournament. Fallon tallied a combined score of 383 at Spring Creek after Elko won the event with a stroke total of 351. Fallon finished with a 370 the next day at the Ruby View Golf Course while Elko won the tournament with a 326.

Elko’s Scott Hutnyak was the low medalist in both tournaments, shooting an 82 in Spring Creek and 73 in Elko.

For the Greenwave, Ron Lee led the squad with a 90 followed by Drake Reid at 96, Kylan Sorensen at 98 and Colin Shishido at 99. Lucas Durfee finished with a 103 and Mattias Loop carded a 112. Only the top five scores are counted in the team score.

Lee duplicated his performance the next day, leading Fallon with a 90 as four golfers finished under 100. Reid was second on the team with a 91 followed by Durfree at 93 and Shishido at 96. Loop finished with a 100 followed by Sorensen at 102.

Fallon competed at South Tahoe and North Valleys earlier this week. Results were not available at press time.

The state tournament is May 16-17 in Southern Nevada.

McCoy has pair of top-8 finishes

The Greenwave finished 16th out of 18 teams with 9.5 points in the boys division of the Bob Shaffer Track Classic in Truckee on Saturday.

McQueen won the boys division, 183.5-74, over Manogue while the Truckee girls won 109-97 over McQueen.

Fallon competes Saturday in the Northern 3A trials at Reed High where the top performers will advance to next week’s regional meet, also at Reed.

The following results are personal or season-best, and top-10 performances from the Truckee meet.

Fallon junior Max McCoy finished fifth in the 200 meters in 23.67 seconds, a personal best, and eighth in the 100 in 11.64. Sophomores Tyson Wilson and Alec Lecker had personal-best times of 12.24 and 12.91 in the 100 followed by freshman Wyatt Dixon, who ran a personal-best 13.51. Sophomore Brody Hughes had a personal-best 27.39 in the 200 and 64.47 in the 400.

Sophomore Henry Vergara finished the 800 in 2:36.26, a personal best, and freshman Maxmillion Dahl also ran a best time of 2:48.89. Vergara finished the 1600 in 5:53.13, another personal best, and sophomore Manuel DeSantiago ran a personal-record time of 13:24.99 in the 3200.

The 4x100 relay team finished fifth in 47.33.

Junior Kaeden Simpson finished the long jump with a personal best of 16 feet, 1 inch.

Although the Lady Wave didn’t score points, junior Jessalyn Lewis finished ninth in the triple jump at 30-2.5, and sophomore Matison Parmenter ran a personal-best 15.75 in the 100. Freshman Katelyn Glinka has her own best mark in the discus at 67-2.

Wave boys fourth in JV championship meet

The Greenwave boys finished fourth with 91.5 points in last Monday’s JV championship event at North Valleys High School.

The following results are personal or season-best, and top-10 performances from the JV meet:


100 meters: Tyson Wilson, 12.37, fourth; Jesus Sanchez, 14.46, personal best

200: Sanchez, 30.87, personal best

400: Edwin Ugalde, 55.98, first


800: Ugalde, 2:25.40, third; Uriel Romero-Montes, 2:34.77, seventh; Henry Vergara, 2:37.95, eighth

1600: Romero-Montes, 5:13.74, fourth; Dallin West, 5:56.27, ninth; Manuel DeSantiago, 5:59.54, season best

3200: Cohen Wright, 13:06.85, sixth; Tyler Huckaby, 13:28.80, seventh; DeSantiago, 13:36.59; West, 13:54.97, ninth


4x400: 3:58.15, second


Shot put: Alec Lecker, 36-9.75, second; Barry Mitchell, 32-11.75, seventh; Justin McArthur, 30-11, personal best; Matthew Ludlow, 18-7.25, personal best

Shot put (girls): Katelyn Glinka, 22-2, eighth

Discus: Lecker, 88-4, third


High: Kaeden Simpson, 5-4, fourth; Bransyn Wright, 5 feet, seventh

Long: Wilson, 18 feet, first; Simpson, 15-5, ninth; Jesse Garcia, 11-8, personal best

Triple: Bransyn Wright, 36-4.5, first; Maximillion Dahl, 29-3.5, personal best

Pole vault

Dahl, 8 feet, fifth; Cohen Wright, 7 feet, sixth


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