Senator girls win home meet, boys 2nd

Carson High senior Kaylynn Bloomfield clears the final hurdle during the 300-meter hurdle competition Wednesday. Bloomfield finished in 50.39 and holds the second quickest 300-meter hurdle time in the Class 5A North.

Carson High senior Kaylynn Bloomfield clears the final hurdle during the 300-meter hurdle competition Wednesday. Bloomfield finished in 50.39 and holds the second quickest 300-meter hurdle time in the Class 5A North.
Photo by Carter Eckl.

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Carson High School track and field represented well at home Wednesday during the annual league meet.

On the girls side, the Senators topped the field with 87 points while Reed took second with 47.

Carson High freshman Allison Peachay won the 200- and 400-meter dashes in 27.78 and 1:04.20, respectively. Peachay also took third in the 100-meter dash.

Sophomore Saule Astronomo was right behind Peachay in the 400, crossing the line in 1:09.22 for second.

The Senators had a sweep in the 800-meter run as Brianna Rodriguez-Nunez (2:30.43), Vea Miner (2:34.65) and Nastasia Sulprizio (2:37.80) took first, second and third.

The Senators had the lone three finishers in the girls 1,600, which was led by Sydney Ingram, who ran a personal record 5:47.66.

Carson had the first five finishers in the 3,200 led by sophomore Hannah Budd, who set a season record of 12:49.93 while taking first.

Junior Anne Davis posted a personal record of 16.18 in the 100-meter hurdles, which gives her the quickest time in the 5A North.

Senior Kaylynn Bloomfield took home the top spot in the 300-meter hurdles in 50.39.

The Senators’ 4x100 and 4x200 teams both finished in second place while the 4x800 was the lone group to finish Wednesday.

Freshman Julie Salanoa took third in the shot put with a throw of 29 feet, 7 inches.

Emjae Salanoa won the discus with a personal record of 97-8.5 while senior Tarrah Borrowman was third at 78-2.

Senator sophomore Hailey Satterwhite won the long jump with a leap of 13-7 while Bloomfield was second.

Sophomore Abigail Mehlhaff was third in the triple jump at 25-11.

On the boys side, Carson scored 67 points finishing behind Reed (103).

Jacob Weninger put together a season-best time of 23.36 in the 200-meter dash to earn first.

In the 800, Sawyer Macy (2:08.25) and Sean Thornton (2:12.90) went 1-2.

The duo also took first and second in the 3,200.

In the one mile, Macy won his third individual race of the day with a 4:43.72 while junior Alex Miner was second in 4:53.92.

Senior AJ Marhevka set a personal record in the 300-meter hurdles in 47.15, taking fourth.

The pairing of Macy, Miner, Thornton and Jaren Thornburg won the 4x800 relay in 8:33.28.

Roman Gantt and Ryan Barbarigos took fourth and fifth, respectively, in the discus.

Carson sophomore Sylis Chalmers won the pole vault with a personal record of 12 feet, 3 inches.

Senior Maddox Sweet also set a PR in the pole vault, clearing 11-9 to take second place.

Junior Aaron Witt finished third in the triple jump with a mark of 39-11.25.

(Carson High’s Maddox Sweet clears the bar during the pole vault on Wednesday. Sweet set a personal record of 11 feet, 9 inches, taking second place. / Carter Eckl / Nevada Appeal)


The Senator softball team took care of Reno in a non-league game Tuesday at home, 9-3, behind some timely hitting and a solid performance in the circle from Bella Reyes.

After falling behind 3-0, the Senators tied the game with three runs in the bottom of the second.

The first came on an Elizabeth Barker RBI single followed by Jasmine Slater knocking in a pair on a single to left.

In the third, Reyes helped herself with an RBI double to left field.

Zaydee Gitthens plated a run on a sacrifice fly before Sofia Morrison stepped up to the plate and cranked her third home run of the season to make it 7-3.

In the home half of the fifth, Cali Stagliano hit a two-run home run to left.

Reyes finished with four strikeouts and two earned runs allowed.

UP NEXT: Carson (4-8, 2-3 in Class 5A North) traveled to Bishop Manogue (10-8, 2-3) Thursday for a league game.

(Carson High’s Sofia Morrison turns on a home run Tuesday in a 9-3 win over Reno. Morrison leads the Senators with three home runs and 11 RBIs. / Jeff Mulvihill, Jr. | InstaImage)


Tanner Bohemier had a day at the plate to remember, but Carson High baseball fell to Spanish Springs on Tuesday, 9-4.

Bohemier, who leads the team in batting average (.355), went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a pair of RBIs.

Jordan Sieben also plated a pair for the Senators while Tyler LaFollette added a double.

UP NEXT: Carson (7-12, 0-6 in Class 5A league play) played Galena (13-3, 6-1) at home Thursday in a league game.


In their latest round, the Senator boys golf team put together a fifth place finish out of six teams with a team score of 368 at Sierra Sage Golf Course.

Thomas Burchett was Carson’s lowest score on the day with a 77.

“Carson is getting better individually,” said head coach Kyle Walt. “Kai Pieretti played his best match yet. Carson is young and hopes to improve every tournament.”


Douglas High senior pitcher and reigning Gatorade Player of the Year Talia Tretton was one out away from a no-hitter Tuesday in a 3-1 win over Damonte Ranch.

Tretton fanned 14 Mustangs in the win as Damonte plated its only run in the seventh inning on its lone hit.

At the plate, Lilyann Lee went 2-for-3 while Annie Hill was 1-for-3 with a walk and an RBI.

Zora Simpson, Maddie Gooch and Ava Delaney each tallied a hit.

UP NEXT: Douglas (15-4, 5-0) hosted McQueen (3-11, 2-3) Thursday in a league game.


Douglas High baseball dropped its fourth game in a row Tuesday in a 10-1 loss to Reno.

As of Thursday morning, the Huskies were tied with the best record in the Class 5A North.

The Tigers manufactured their only run in the first inning after Thomas Young came around to score following a hit-by-pitch.

Young also struck out six hitters on the mound in 3.2 innings of work.

UP NEXT: Douglas (11-4, 3-3) traveled to Reed (12-7, 5-2) Thursday for another league contest.


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