PREP ROUNDUP: Carson golfers win fifth straight tournament |

PREP ROUNDUP: Carson golfers win fifth straight tournament

Nevada Appeal Staff Report

RENO – Carson High’s girls golf team made it five straight, winning Tuesday afternoon’s Sierra League tournament at Arrowcreek Country Club.

Carson finished with a 359, while Manogue was 19 shots back at 378.

Elayna Shine led the way with an 84, while Whitney Nash finished with an 86. Lindsay Burroughs was next with a 94 and Megan Justice followed with a 95. Heather Evans had a non-scoring 104 and Katie Livermore a nonscoring 108.

“We played very well on a challenging golf course,” Carson coach Terry Gingell said. “I think Elayna tied her career best, but I really think this is her career best because of the course.

“That might have been close top Whitney’s best. Lindsay didn’t putt very well, but played well overall. Megan did a good job of keeping the ball in play.”



RENO – The Senators, thanks to three goals in the last 10 minutes of the half, remained unbeaten with a 6-0 win over McQueen.

Carson is 7-0-1 entering Saturday’s 1 p.m. game against visiting Galena.

“It was very hot, and some of the kids had tests today,” said coach Randy Roser, regarding his team’s slow start. “They came at us hard (early). They had a couple of opportunities and didn’t finish them.

“After we scored the first goal they thought they were still in it. Then we pounded them for those three (to end the half).”

Kiahna Pimentel opened the scoring in the ninth minute off an assist by Jamie Perez, and the score stayed that way until the 30th minute when Arran Rumbaugh tallied an unassisted goal. Josie Daggs made it 3-0 in the 33rd minute off another Perez assist. Bri McCord completed the first-half barrage with a goal in the 38th minute off an assist by Daggs.

In the 61st minute, Brenda Torres scored off an assist by McCord, and two minutes later McCord assisted on a goal by Kaitlyn Holmes.

Roser said he was pleased with the play of defenders Ali Cowan, Kate Schulz, Natalie Stevens and Shannon Flaherty.


FERNLEY – Dayton’s boys soccer squad knocked off Fernley 2-1 in a Northern 3A match.

P.J. Vasquez and Adan Gomez scored for the Dust Devils. Gomez’s goal came in the 47th minute and made it 2-0. Fernley scored its only goal in the 59th minute.

Edgar Diaz played well in goal for Dayton. The only goal Fernley scored came off a rebound that Diaz couldn’t contain.


FERNLEY – Natasha Wells and Maribel Ledezma scored Dayton’s goals in a 2-2 tie against Fernley.

Coach Jared Miklich singled out the defensive play of Savannah Parsons at sweeper.



MINDEN – The Douglas volleyball team swept past Galena, winning 25-18, 25-13 and 25-21.

Mia Townsell served up 14 points in the match, including a pair of aces, to go with 12 digs, an assist and a kill.

Shannon Dugan had 13 kills, Brenna White had eight and Emily Garcia had six.

Garcia had three blocks, Jackie Harper had 25 assists and the team came up with 11 aces.

Douglas improved to 17-1 overall and 7-0 in league play with the win.


The Sierra Lutheran volleyball team ran its season record to 11-0 overall (10-0 in conference play) with a pair of impressive wins over Mineral County Tuesday afternoon in a doubleheader.

Junior Tiffany Patrick led the team with 14 aces, 12 assists, nine kills and two digs over the course of the two matches.

Junior Hannah Ediss added two assists and eight kills. Sophomore McKinze Tynes had five kills and a solid night at the net with five blocks.

Senior Mariah West was a key defensive player and had five key digs three of which resulted in points for the Falcons.

West also had three kills.




Douglas High knocked off arch-rival Carson 12-6 in a Sierra League girls tennis match Tuesday afternoon.

Amelia Richter and Kari TenBoeck each went 3-0 in singles for Douglas, while Rochelle Seymour went 2-1, losing to Carson’s Emma Kortemeier, 7-5.

Christina Gallegos went 0-3, Maddie Saarem 0-2 and Greta Sturm 0-1 in singles.

Carson shuffled its lineup, and went just 1-8 in singles.

In doubles, Emily Collins and Ashley Saarem went 2-0 in doubles, while Mary Analiza-Ong and Katherine Breeding went 2-1.

Ashleigh Potter and Jessica Fleming went 0-2 in doubles.

Douglas’ Chelsea Fent and Amanda Caras went 2-0 in doubled for the Tigers, while Rose Lombino and Marissa Menicucci went 2-1.