Prep Roundup: Carson High girls down Pyramid Lake
December 8, 2017
Lily Bouza, Bella Kordonowy and Abby Golik all scored in double figures to lead Carson High to a 59-21 win over host Pyramid Lake on Friday night in a nonleague girls basketball game.
Bouza led the way with 18 followed by Kordonowy with 14 and Golik with 13.
Carson returns to action Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. at home against High Desert-leader Reed.
Incline 53, Dayton 25
ZEPHYR COVE — Incline broke open a tight game with a 29-9 second-half surge to claim a win at the Whittell Tournament.
"Our biggest battle right now is rebounding at both ends of the floor," said Dayton coach Kelly Frantz. "We are giving up rebounds at the defensive end which Incline turned into points.
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"I think we ran the floor well, but as soon as the guards stopped pushing the ball, we took too long to get our offense set up, and we only were getting one shot at the hoop."
Abby Sikora had six points and four rebounds, and Cassie Dickenson and Tamia Powell scored four points apiece.
Eldorado 86, Douglas 60
MINDEN — Eldorado scored 18 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull away to an 86-60 victory at Douglas on Friday night.
Douglas (2-4 overall, 2-0 league) pulled to within 58-55 in the opening minute of the fourth quarter, only to see the Sundevils from Las Vegas sprint away with the non-conference win.
Eldorado (3-2 overall) came back from an early 8-0 deficit to lead 24-14 at the end of one quarter.
Jordan Carter scored 12 of his game-high 24 points in the final quarter to spark the Eldorado run.
Carter sank four 3-pointers and shot 10-for-11 from the free throw line.
Jonathan Thomas finished with 20 points for the Sundevils, who connected on nine 3-pointers and shot 27-for-38 from the line.
Ian Ozolins scored 15 points, Hunter Morris 14 and Jason Gray 12 to lead Douglas. Ozolins had 12 rebounds, six on the offensive end, and four steals for the Tigers.
Douglas hosts Grants Pass, Ore., today at 1:30 p.m. The Douglas and Grants Pass girls will play at noon.
Carson 11th after first day
WINNEMUCCA — Carson High sits in 11th place after the first day of the Cody Louck Invitational.
Jesse Case (182), Kyle Rudy (138) and Ty Evans (195) are all 2-0 and in the semifinals.
Brandon Macias (heavyweight), Bryce Newhall (171) and Ty Evans (195) all went 1-1 and are still alive.
At press time, Alex Wells (160) was still alive.
Ariel Vega (106) went 0-1.