Boys XC takes 8th at North Tahoe
Nathan Schank had a solid performance at the North Tahoe Kiwanis Invitational last week.
Schank finished 19th with a time of 22 minutes, 50.75 seconds in the 3.3-mile race, while Tristan Thomson took 35th (23:56.21) in the field of 139. North Tahoe’s Noah McDermott, though, crushed the field with a time of 20:00.56, nearly one minute faster than second-place finisher Aaron Elissa of Dayton (20:54.18).
Following Thomson were Erik Endacott in 43rd (24:24.81), Camerson Kissick in 76th (25:22.72) and Blane Merkley in 115th (28:40.69).
For the Lady Wave, Elena Murray finished 28th with a mark of 29:56.22 followed by Allison Shirley in 39th (29:56.22) and Jordyn Rogers in 61st (32:04.62). Skyler Flora of Truckee sailed past the field with a time of 23:39.81, nearly 81 seconds ahead of teammate Gabrielle Rinne (25:00.72) in the 85-girl field.
In the Frosh/Soph 2.8-mile race, Patricia Leggett placed 17th (25:06.97), Errin Jay was 33rd (26:50.72), Adia Sommer placed 76th (30:34.72), Nichole Mariezcurrena took 89th (31:17.00) and Amanda Pursley was 90th (31:23.78).
In the boys sophomore race of 2.8 miles, Marco Guerrero nabbed 44th (24:38.44) and Anderson Michael was 45th (24:47.56), while Ethan Smith placed 9th (21:2762) in the freshmen run.
The Truckee girls won the meet with 26 points to runner-up Incline’s 85 and Atwater’s 93. They were followed by South Tahoe (96), Fernley (110), Ponderosa (121), Notre Dame (139), Wooster (208) and Lowry (224).
The North Tahoe boys posted a low score of 47 points to runner-up Spring Creek’s 84. Truckee’s boys were third with 94 points. Ponderosa finished fourth with 107 points and was followed by South Tahoe (128), Dayton (201), Colfax (227), Fallon (234), Incline (237), Atwater (243), Foresthill (297), Fernley (297), Bret Harte (321), Lowry (346), Silver Stage (370), Wooster (406) and ROP (457).
Tennis sweeps Incline
With the advantage of a full squad, the Fallon girls tennis team rolled to a 12-6 win over Incline on Tuesday.
The Highlanders did not dress a No. 3 singles player, which led to three forfeits. On the court though, the doubles tandems of Josie Bekaires and Hannah Lindsay and Kali Strong and Jenna Spencer each went 3-0.
Hannah Perazo and Sam Price notched two wins for Fallon. Becky Conner, the Lady Wave’s No. 1 singles player, tallied three wins — one by forfeit — and a 7-5 win over Allison Tang.
On the boys side, Incline dressed only one player, Jack Miller, who went 0-3. The Highlanders forfeit the other 15 matches. Garrett Kalt, Tyler Wood and Adam Wadsworth each earned a win.