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Carson High School athletes honored with post-season awards

BASEBALL

Coach of the Year: Pete Savage, Reno High; Player of the Year: Mickey Coyne, Reno High; Pitcher of the Year: Angelo Reviglio, Bishop Manogue; Defensive Player of the Year: Kaden Hogan, Reno High; Offensive Player of the Year: Abel Carter, Carson; Niko Pezonella, Galena;

First team

Pitchers: Tyler Hopper, Damonte Ranch; Tucker Scozzafava, McQueen; Brent Thomas, Reno; Connor Culp, Spanish Springs; Jonas Whitten, Bishop Manogue.

Relief Pitcher: Brian Baker, Galena.

Outfield: Landon Truesdale, Carson; Charles Douglas, Galena; Tanner Clabaugh, Reed; Sawyer Jaksick, Reno; John Kane, Reno.

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First base: Rylan Charles, Bishop Manogue; Mason Winship, McQueen.

Second base: Jerry Thomas, Damonte Ranch.

Shortstop: Josh Rolling, Bishop Manogue; Andrew West, Galena.

Third base: C.J. Hires, Bishop Manogue.

Catcher: Zack Jensen, Damonte Ranch; Dawson Martin, Spanish Springs.

Designated hitter: Esteban Lopez, Damonte Ranch.

Utility: Jayden Foster, Douglas.

Second team

Pitchers: Nick Brown, Galena; Ben Nelson, Carson; Jadon Bercovich, Damonte Ranch; August Souza, Reno; Caedon Kottinger, Reno.

Relief pitcher: Everett Williams, Damonte Ranch.

Outfield: Calvin Bailey, Bishop Manogue; Joe Tonino, Carson; Andrew Rangel, Douglas; Cole Demosthenes, Galena; Zach Foster, McQueen

First base: Tanner Smith, Spanish Springs.

Second base: Cade Grogan, Reno.

Shortstop: Kahle Good, Carson.

Third base: Nate Miller, Spanish Springs.

Catcher: Donovan Ratfield, Wooster

Designated hitter: Joe Condon, Reno

Utility: Austin Perry, McQueen.

Honorable mention

Reno – Ryan Hess, David Ruiz, Garrett Damico, Niko Howe and Lane Oliphant; Carson – Jared Barnard, Teigen Key and Vernon Painter; Reed – Kameron Soubiea, Will Bannister, Scott Cameron, and Casey Burfield. Hug – Cesar Valenzuela-Arellano and Levi Williams-Smith; Douglas – Ayden Murphy and Elijah Hinajosa; Bishop Manogue – Jack Weise and Jack Masterson; Galena – Brandon Scheid, Nick Myers, Austin Crofoot and Nolan Craddock; Spanish Springs – Tristan Hussey and Joe Prizina. Wooster – Alex Miller and Anthony Lawrence. Damonte Ranch – Hunter Dunithan and Zach Rigdon. North Valleys – Danny Sieverin and Cade Duggins. McQueen – Austin Perry, Matt White and Dominique Stallworth.

SOFTBALL

Coach of the Year: Carlos Mendeguia, Carson; MVP: Aubrey Parks, Spanish Springs; Offensive Player of the Year: Brylynn Vallejos, Damonte Ranch; Pitcher of the Year: Tyra Clary, Spanish Springs.

First team

Pitchers: Jailene Salciedo, Carson; Amanda Hoffman, Douglas; Aliya Lange, Reed.

Outfielders: Chelie Senini, Bishop Manogue; Katelyn Townsend, Spanish Springs; Bradianne Glover, Bishop Manogue; Alexia Young, Reno; Mackenzie Brixey, Douglas.

Infielders: Bailey McLaughlin, Bishop Manogue; Kailee Luschar, Carson; Carla Hernandez, Reed; Elora Collins, Reno; Courtney Huff, Spanish Springs; Hannah Blas, Bishop Manogue.

Catchers: Hailey Merlino, Bishop Manogue; Gabby Assiff, Galena.

Utility: Madison Felter, Damonte Ranch

Designated hitter: Maggie Joseph, Bishop Manogue

Second team

Pitchers: Deztiny Vaughan, Douglas; Kelli Bangert, Galena; Makayla Webber, McQueen.

Outfielders: Anna Bonk, Damonte Ranch; Morgan Clark, Damonte Ranch; Rylee Retzer, Spanish Springs; Hunter Whitton, North Valleys; Shelby Marquardt, Reed.

Infielders: Kirsty Batastini, Bishop Manogue; Cassidy Angotti, Galena; Kassidy Cooley, Carson; Kedre Luschar, Carson; Casey Peck, Douglas; Haley Doughty, Douglas.

Catchers: Kaylin Galvin, Reno; Alycia Coats, Reed.

Utility: Amidori Anderson, Spanish Springs

Designated hitter: Alyssa Smokey, Douglas

Honorable mention

Reed – Alexandria Boyd and Jacqueline Garcia; Spanish Springs – Kilee Pender and Carissa Andrews; Douglas – Chloe Pratt and Bailey Walter; Galena – Hannah Assiff and Caitlin Nitz. Wooster – Laticia Molina and Alison Kneiblher; Bishop Manogue – Grace Foster and Michaela King; Reno – Brea Pacheco and Aleea Pardue; McQueen – Bri Lopez-Cortez and Riley Miller; Carson – Amaya Mendeguia and Nicole Brown; Damonte Ranch – Hailee Sutton and Lexis Applebach; North Valleys – Faith McCuskey and Madison Nicholson.

TRACK (CHS athletes only)

Girls

First team

800 and 1600: Abigail Pradere

Shot put: Alyssa Rowe

Second team

300 H: Ashley Britt

3200 R: Blanca Sosa, Rheanna Jackson, Hannah Kaiser and Gabi Fernandez.

BOYS

First team

200: Ben Granados

800: Hunter Rauh

Second team

100: Ben Granados

400 R: Gilbert Polanco, Chance Smith, Tucker Nichols, Ben Granados