Community spotlight: Junior Giants program in works
The Carson City Parks and Recreation Department is establishing a Junior Giants baseball program.
The program is entering its 23rd season. The co-ed program is for youths between the ages of 5 and 18. It gives boys and girls a chance to learn the basics of the game in a fun, non-stressful environment. Games will be played at the Pete Livermore Sports Complex. The program runs from June though August 5. Games are played Monday through Friday.
Volunteers are needed and must pass a background check.
For more information, email Scott Chapman of the Carson City Parks & Rec at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wrestlers fare well
at TahNeva event
Connor Lampert, a seventh-grader at Eagle Valley Middle School, went 3-0 at 135 pounds and was named the outstanding wrestler at the TahNeva Championship last week, and teammate David Remer, 2-0 at 160 pounds, was named the top eighth-grade performer.
Jaden Keller was second at 160 pounds for eighth-graders, while C.J. Linkul was third among eighth-grader at 140 pounds. Chris Kennedy went 1-2 and placed fourth at 125 pounds for eighth graders.
Jesse Sapien was first at 3-0 at 115 pounds for seventh graders and teammate John Lopez was first at 3-0 at 125 pounds in the eighth-grade division.
In seventh-grade action, Ariel Vega was second at 2-1 at 95 pounds. Max Harris was third at 90 pounds with a 3-1 record, Kobe Morgan went 3-1 at 115 pounds to place third, Jeremy Heaton was third at 135 with a 2-1 mark. Chase Brugman was third at 3-1 in the heavyweight division. Tony Brumbaugh (1-1) was second for eighth graders in the 100-pound division and Kaden Walt, 3-1, was third in the 100-pound class. Damian Branco was fourth at 90 pounds with a 2-2 record and Chance Hannah was 1-2 at 140 and placed fourth.
Budjako quartet wins
at Carson Valley
Matt Budjako, Augie Martinez, Mike Davis and Ken Smitreski shot a net 118 to win the four-man shamble at the recent Carson Valley Men’s Golf Club tournament on March 20.
Bob Pemberton, Jesus Rey, Dan Essary and Joe Bourgeois tied for second with Fred Coons, Richard Torok, Melvin Ness and Marc Menezes. Both teams shot 125. Neil Bain, Jack Zippwald and John Guidicatti shot 127 to place fourth.
Paul, Knighton tie
at Empire Ranch
Nick Paul and David Knighton shot a net 42 to tie for first place in Flight A at the recent Senior Men’s Club event. The format was Stableford scoring.
Dick Montoya won Flight B with a 47, three points ahead of George Flamer. Steve Isaacson won Flight C with a 44, three points ahead of Curt Cleek and Bob Blom. Bob Pluth won Flight D with a 37, two points better than Dan Rodgers.
• Rich Bremenour, Lee Ghiglieri, Gary Mick and Dahl Rask shot a net 47 to win Flight A at the team scramble event for the Empire Ranch Senior Men’s Club. The tourney was played at Dayton Valley. Henry Teague, Gene Gaston, Kurt Cleek and Marshall McCurdy were second at 48.
In Flight B, John Masiello, Nick Paul, Jim Green and John Lewis won with a net 46, one better than the groups of Tom Harlow, Ray Huntley and Joe Gibson, and Carl Slate, Al Roth, Vic Roscha and Fred Blackburn.