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COMMUNITY SPORTS BRIEFLY: Sosas faring well in cross country

Nevada Appeal Staff Report

Former Carson High standout Gloria Sosa was honored by the University of Nevada cross country team recently.

Nevada concluded its season on Nov. 13 with a disappointing 18th-place finish at the NCAA Mountain Region Championship.

Sosa earned the team’s Sneak Attack Award, which was created specifically to honor the redshirt sophomore and the way in which she surprises coaches, teammates and competitors at meets.

Sosa finished 37th overall at the WAC Championships (18:57) and then finished 101st at the regional meet (23:05). Sosa was seventh in the Nevada Chase Race, 50th overall at the SunDodger Invitational (20:57) and a 75th at the Bronco Invitational.

Nineteen runners return for the 2011 season, giving coach Kirk Elias reason for being optimistic.

Sosa sisters fare

well in Folsom

Erika and Bianca Sosa qualified for the USATF Region 14 Junior Olympic Championships on Thanksgiving weekend after performing well at a recent Pacific Association meet in Folsom, Calif. last weekend.

Erika Sosa, a junior at Carson, took third in the Intermediate Division with a time of 22:04 for the 5k race.

Bianca Sosa, a fifth-grader at Seeliger Elementary, took 16th place in the Midget Division with a time of 13:14 for the 3K race.

Alex Drozdoff, a freshman at Carson, received a waiver for the meet but is expected to compete in the regional meet.

Former rivals help

Butte win bowl game

Trevor Goodale of Carson High and Nikolai Vasquez of Douglas enjoyed successful freshman seasons at Butte College.

The Roadrunners beat Delta 17-14 in the ASBG Bowl game over the weekend in Stockton. Vasquez kicked the game-winning field goal in overtime after Delta fumbled the ball away in its possession.

Goodale started at right tackle for the Roadrunners, who compiled a 9-2 record.

Dean’s Machine still

leading Comstock

Dean’s Machine leads 9-Spoke by 13 points in the Comstock Division in the Carson City chapter of the American Poolplayers Association.

Dean’s Machine has 848 points and 9-Spoke has 835.

Alex Gutierrez of Dean’s leads the 6-9 tier with 33 points and Don Allred of Scratch Masters is next with 24. Robert Wilson of Poke ‘N’ Hope leads the 4-5 tier with 52 points and Chester Chastain of Scratch Masters is second at 40. Lawrence Gloisetn leads the 1-3 tier with 30 points and Rachel Hurt is second at 26,

In the Mosconi Division, Jerry’s Kids leads AltF4, 39-36.

David Giovacchini of Jerry’s Kids leads the 6-7 tier with 30 points, while Juan Pina of Twisted Stix and Edwin Scrivner of Rack Busters are tied for second at 24.

Mike Snoddy of Cues Yer Daddy leads the 4-5 tier with 30 points and Joshua Stewart of AltF4 is second with 25 points. Josiah Toledo of Young and Reckless leads the 2-3 tier with 31 points, two better than Janice Cameron of The Spoke.

Spurgin rolls 300

at Gold Dust West

Steve Spurgin rolled a 300 game, along with a 226 and 279 en route to an 805 series at Gold Dust West on Nov. 22.

Wally Harrison rolled a 278. Both men bowl in the Senior Men’s League.

Carson Jr. Pee-Wee

squad takes third

The Carson Junior Pee Wee White wrapped up its season recently beating the Sparks Steelers 30-12 in the final playoff game to determine third place for Northern Nevada.

The White squad finished the season with a record of 7-2. Carson wound up with a total of 193 points and only allowing opponents 71 points and just 559 yards. Carson had 1,443 yards of offense.

Softball tryouts set

for Lady Aces

Tryouts for the 16-18U Nevada Lady Aces are scheduled for Dec. 5 at Golden Eagle Regional Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Allen records ace

at Thunder Canyon

Buz Allen aced the 158-yard par-3 8th at Thunder Canyon on Nov. 12. Allen used an 8-iron.

CMS seventh graders now 12-0

The Carson Middle School seventh grade boys basketball team improved to 12-0 with two wins last week.

Carson defeated Eagle Valley 36-20 behind Ian Schulz 12 points. Asa Carter added 8, Damian Munoz scored 7, Cody Acevada scored 6 and Kyle Krebs added three points.

Carson then defeated Pau-Wa-Lu, 58-22.

Leading Carson was Carter with 16 points, duardo Duarte and Gurpreet Badham with eigth points apeice. Munoz added 7, while Connor Pradere, Schulz and Acevedo all added five points. Xander Arnett added two points.

The team continues to be successful because of their unselfish play.