Carson volleyball sweeps by Hug |

Carson volleyball sweeps by Hug

Appeal Staff Report

The Carson High volleyball team faced the dreaded sandwich match on Tuesday at Morse Burley Gym, but CHS coach Shana Wilkins didn’t seem to mind.

Coming off key Sierra League matches with Reno High and Douglas and facing another key league match on Thursday at Damonte Ranch, the Senators warmed up for that showdown with a 25-3, 25-5, 25-10 win over Hug.

Wilkins said the match was good preparation for Damonte. “It was as good as one of our practices,” she said.

“I was actually very pleased that we played our game still. Usually we play down to their level. I was very pleased we didn’t.”

Carson (2-1 in the Sierra League) played a strong all-around match with 19 aces, 21 kills and eight blocks.

Kailey Taylor had five aces, four digs, a block and one kill, Katie McEwan had two aces and five digs, Morgan Nuckolls had two aces, one dig and two kills, Mavil Diaz had two aces and six digs, Danae Eckart had two aces, two kills and five digs and Bridjett Huish had six digs and three aces for Carson.



Douglas (19-3, 3-0) swept past Damonte 25-17, 26-24, 25-23. Taryn Williams had 12 kills, 11 points, two digs and two aces, Jourdan Burke had 11 kills, three points and four digs, Jessica Waggoner had six kills, nine blocks and three digs, Megan Mitchell had three kills, three blocks, two aces, three digs, 10 points and 33 asssists, Alyssa Todd had three kills, three aces, nine points and two blocks, Bridget Maestretti had one kill and six points, Melissa Brown had two blocks, Mary Lombino had two aces, four points and nine digs, Mysta Townsell had two points and two digs, Jordan Marsh had one dig and Allie Hughes had one block.

Douglas won the junior varsity match 2-1 and the freshmen match 2-0.


Carson won the junior varsity match 25-21, 25-17. Brittney Wyall had one kill, three digs and two aces, Sarah Kerkla had three kills, one dig and three aces and Shelby Price had one kill, one ace and two blocks.


Carson won the freshmen match 25-7, 25-11. Elysse Virden had two aces, four blocks and two kills, Elizabeth Bennett had two aces, one kill and six assists, Jazmine Stokes had two aces and three kills, Breann Perry had two aces, Jeanette Van Sickle had two kills, Makayla Drahos had one ace and two kills and Bailey Young had an ace and six kills.