Carson girls track seventh, boys 11th at Reed Invite

Carson, Dayton baseball and softball results from the weekend


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Carson High School track and field put together another solid showing over the weekend.

Starting on the girls side, the Senators had strong showings in the middle distance and long distance events.

Sophomore Brianna Rodriguez-Nunez won the 800-meter run with a personal record time of 2 minutes, 29.95 seconds, while freshman Nastasia Sulprizio was fourth in 2:33.11.

Sophomore Hannah Budd was third in the 1,600 with a season best time of 5:34.32.

Rodriguez-Nunez went on to take third in the 3,200 (12:30.91) while junior Jinnie Ponczoch was fifth in 12:38.06.

Anne Davis took second in the 100-meter hurdles in 16.69 seconds before finishing in seventh in the long jump with a leap of 14 feet, 8.75 inches.

In the boys’ events, Quinn Kuchnicki was eighth in the 800 in 2:11.56, setting a personal record.

Sawyer Macy won the 3,200 in 9:38.73 before taking third in the 1,600 (4:34.02).

Sam Richetta was ninth in the shot put with a throw of 41–0.5.

Maddox Sweet was sixth in the pole vault with a clearance of 10-6.

Dayton High School also competed at Reed over the weekend.

In the 400, senior Justin Neils took seventh in 53.49 while junior Rhys Evans was eighth in the 300-meter hurdles in 44.41.

Evans went on to take second in the pole vault, clearing the bar at 12 feet even.

The best finish from the Dayton girls’ side came in the shot put where senior Penny-Laine Vaelua took third with a PR throw of 32-10.

Vaelua was also third in the discus with another PR throw of 92 feet.


The Dayton High School softball team is now 10-4 on the year and 3-3 in Class 3A league play after falling in two of three games against Fallon over the weekend.

The Dust Devils won the opener, 5-2, behind a quality start from pitcher LaSade Conti, who fanned 10 hitters over seven innings and did not allow an earned run.

At the plate, Conti was 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

Junior Dana Micone went 2-for-3 in the win with a double of her own.

Fallon dominated Game 2 in a 15-1 win, scoring runs in five of the seven innings.

Dayton had seven hits, including multi-hit performances from Zoee Wass and Alexis Munoz Morales.

In the final game of the series, Fallon got the upper hand by a 2-0 final.

Conti, who was back in the circle, struck out eight over seven innings while allowing two earned runs.

At the plate, the Dust Devils managed just two hits in the loss.

UP NEXT: Dayton gets a week off from game action before hitting the road to take on Wooster (2-7, 1-1) on Tuesday, April 9.


The Senator baseball team went 1-2 during its three-game set in Las Vegas over the weekend.

Carson opened the trip with a 7-4 win over Clark behind a strong pitching performance from senior Marcus Montes.

Montes nearly threw a complete game, going 6.2 innings while striking out nine and allowing one earned run.

Montes was also 2-for-4 at the plate with a double and an RBI.

Jeremy Hernandez also had a multi-hit day while Tanner Bohemier recorded a triple for the Senators.

In a 17-4 loss to Legacy, Carson had four hits, two of which came off the bat of Bohemier.

Jordan Sieben was credited with a pair of RBIs on a double in the fourth inning.

Five different Senators recorded a hit in a 10-0 loss to Palo Verde.

UP NEXT: Carson (2-11 overall) has five games scheduled over four days this week.


The Dust Devil baseball program dropped all three of its games at home against Fallon over the weekend.

The Greenwave, which came into the series unbeaten in league play, showed why they’re one of the top teams in Class 3A.

Fallon won all three games in the series by finals of 8-0, 12-2 and 13-3.

Sophomore Jordan Kennedy was the lone player to have multiple hits in the opener.

Duke Evans and Ivor Evans each tallied a hit in Game 2, while Duke Evans drove in a pair of RBIs in game three.

Senior Mason Drew was also credited with an RBI in the third game.

UP NEXT: Dayton (5-11, 0-6 in Class 3A league play) has some time off before traveling to Fernley (7-9, 3-3) for a three-game series, starting Friday, April 12.


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