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Senator softball splits pair with Galena

Carson High’s Kiele Franco gets a hold of a base hit, during a softball game against Franklin early this spring. Franco had four hits in a doubleheader against Galena Saturday.

Carson High’s Kiele Franco gets a hold of a base hit, during a softball game against Franklin early this spring. Franco had four hits in a doubleheader against Galena Saturday.
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Carson High School softball split its home doubleheader with Galena on Saturday.

The Senators won the first game, 5-4, before falling, 6-5.

In the opener, Kiele Franco, Bella Reyes and Lillian Barker all had multi-hit games, with Reyes also getting credit for an RBI on a single in the third.

Cali Stagliano and Jordan Brubaker also drove in a run each in the win.

In the circle, Reyes allowed just two earned runs over seven innings and struck out four.

The second contest was equally competitive as Galena moved in front in the first and sixth innings.

The Senators responded with two runs in the second to tie the game at 2.

Reyes and Franco both put together their second multi-hit performances of the day at the plate while Stagliano went 3-for-3 with an RBI.

UP NEXT: Carson (3-5, 2-3 in Class 5A North league play) will go almost two weeks without a scheduled game before taking on Reed (7-6, 2-1) April 5 in Carson.


The Senators couldn’t pick up their first win of the season Thursday or Friday, falling in league contests to McQueen and Galena.

The Lancers bested Carson, 8-0, allowing just three Senator hits in the process.

Marcus Montes, Jordan Sieben and Jeremy Hernandez each tallied a hit in the loss.

Friday, the Senators couldn’t match up with the Grizzlies, losing 9-3.

Carson had a 2-0 lead heading into the fourth inning, but by the end of the fifth Galena had jumped in front 7-2.

Tyler LaFollette and Montes both had a pair of hits in the loss.

Eli Locatelli struck out four over three innings of work on the mound while allowing one earned run.

UP NEXT: Starting Monday, Carson (0-8, 0-5) had back-to-back home games against Damonte Ranch (1-8, 0-5) and Mammoth (5-2) before traveling for the weekend.


The Spartans of Spring Creek hosted Dayton for a three-game set over the weekend with the Dust Devils taking two of three.

Dayton won 5-2 and 13-9 while dropping the second game by an 8-6 final.

Sophomore LaSade Conti was 3-for-4 at the dish with two doubles and a pair of RBIs. In the circle, Conti fanned 18 hitters and allowed one earned run.

In game three, Dayton scored in every inning except the seventh, putting together 20 total hits at the plate.

Conti was 5-for-5 with two doubles, a triple and three RBIs.

Kali Stott, who had two hits in game one, put together another multi-hit performance with a double and three RBIs.

Conti struck out 17 more hitters in the win, but gave up nine earned runs.

UP NEXT: Dayton (9-1, 2-1 in Class 3A league play) will be home this weekend for another three-game league set against Fallon (5-2, 2-1). The first game will be Friday at 4 p.m. followed by a Saturday doubleheader, starting at 11 a.m.


Dayton High School baseball played a tight first game with Spring Creek over the weekend, but ultimately dropped all three league contests against the Spartans.

The opener went to extra innings tied at 5-5.

The Spartans used four runs in the bottom of the eighth to win the first meeting, 9-8.

Senior Ty Francis was 4-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs while Ivor Evans also plated a pair.

Spring Creek took games two and three by final scores of 17-3 and 16-6.

Francis had the lone multi-hit performance in game two, going 2-for-3. He also was 2-for-2 in the third game.

Freshman Duke Evans drove in a pair of runs in the final game of the series.

UP NEXT: Dayton (5-8, 0-3 in Class 3A league play) welcomes Fallon to town over the weekend for a three-game league series. Game one will be Friday at 4 p.m. followed by a doubleheader Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m.


The Falcon baseball team won game one, 6-4, against North Tahoe Saturday before dropping the second contest, 10-5.

Senior Paul Mueller was 4-for-5 for the Falcons with an RBI in the game one victory.

Alan Morales (3-for-4) and Drew Gleiser (2-for-4) also recorded at least a pair of hits in the win.

On the mound, senior Joseph Seddon threw 5.1 innings of relief with 10 strikeouts and allowed just one hit.

Grayson Ricks, Seddon and Morales combined for six of the seven hits in game two with Ricks driving in three RBIs.

UP NEXT: Sierra Lutheran (2-8, 2-8 in Class 2A league play) gets a break from competition before picking back up with a contest April 8 at Silver Stage.


Carson High School track and field traveled up to Bishop Manogue High School over the weekend for the John Barasanti Farmers Insurance Invitational.

Sawyer Macy won the 1,600 event in 4:35.62 while teammate Sean Thornton was sixth in the event.

Macy and Thornton took second and third in the 3,200.

On the girls side, freshman Nastasia Sulprizio took fifth in the 800 in 2:33.37 while Brianna Rodriguez-Nunez was fourth in the 1,600 (5:42.75).

Rodriguez-Nunez went on to win the 3,200 in 12:40.63.

In the 100-meter hurdles, junior Anne Davis tied for third with a time of 17.38.

Kaylynn Blommfield won the 300-meter hurdle event with a time of 50 seconds flat.

In the shot put, freshman Julie Salanoa was fourth with a toss of 29 feet, 5.75 inches while fellow freshman Emjae Salanoa was second in the discus with a throw of 90 feet, five inches.


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