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PREP ROUNDUP: Carson ski teams sends 6 to state

Nevada Appeal Staff Report

The Carson High ski teams is sending three girls and three boys to state competition this weekend at Mt. Rose.

Competing for the girls in the slalom event will be Kat Fulwider, Camilla Jakobsen and Mary Novak. Competing in the giant slalom will be Fulwider and Jakobsen.

For the boys Skylar Van Rensselaer, Nate Eng and Zach Carlevato all qualified for slalom and Carlevato and Van Rensselaer qualified in the giant slalom.

Reno and Wooster finished first and second in both boys and girls. Carson finished third in both competitions. The top two teams advance to the state finals.

Basketball

Northern 1A boys regional

at Elko High School

Virginia City 77, Eureka 53

The Muckers had no problems against Eureka at Elko High School as they were able to clear the bench and get everyone playing time. But that likely won’t be the case today (4:40 p.m. tip-off) as the Muckers will face top-seeded Mineral County.

“We were a little bit sloppy tonight, you can’t do that against Hawthorne,” Virginia City coach Denny Dotson said.

Mineral Co., located in Hawthorne, split the season series with Virginia City with both teams winning their respective home games.

In Thursday’s win, the Muckers were led by Zach Shell’s 21 points, Colt Dotson added 15 and Cody Morris had 14 off the bench.

Northern 3A boys regional

at Winnemucca Event Center

Yerington 63, Dayton 55

Stats and details were not available. The Dust Devils were eliminated from the playoffs with the loss.

Northern 3A girls regional

Dayton 57, Yerington 53

The Dust Devils nearly had a repeat of the two team’s earlier meeting where they let a 15-point lead slip away against the Lions. But Dayton made enough plays to stay alive and will face Spring Creek at 6:20 p.m. today in Winnemucca.

Dayton held a 19-4 lead after the first quarter and had a 12-point lead in the third quarter, but missed 14 free throws down the stretch to let the Lions back in the game.

Kathy Arias led the Dust Devils with 14 points, while Ari Ruybal added 13, Rachel Monzelo had nine and Erika Garcia had eight.

Northern 1A girls regional

Virginia City 48, Wells 28

The Muckers led the entire way with senior Gigi Glogovac pacing the team with 19 points and two 3-pointers.

The win sets up a rematch of last year’s regional championship game with Owyhee at 4:40 p.m. today. The Muckers beat the Warriors 58-35 for the title.