Prep Roundup: Dayton High basketball swept at South Tahoe
January 2, 2018
LAKE TAHOE — Dayton fell behind by 11 points and never recovered en route to a 78-45 loss to South Tahoe on Tuesday night.
Dayton returns to action Friday at 7:30 p.m. at home against Fallon.
"We didn't play in a tournament over the break, and we looked rusty," said Kevin Ply, Dayton assistant coach. "We made them look good."
Dayton suited up just eight players, as two players were on vacation.
Chase Peterson led Dayton with 18 points and Trevor Burrows added 13.
Dayton girls lose
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LAKE TAHOE — South Tahoe outscored Dayton, 20-4, in the second period en route to a 49-38 win over the Dust Devils.
Dayton led 7-0 early and 13-9 at the quarter. The Vikings had a 40-25 edge over the final three periods.
"We had a better second half, but never came back," Dayton coach Kelly Frantz said. "We have yet to put a complete game together. We do well for most of the game, but one quarter kills it."
Abby Sikora was the high scorer with 16 points and three rebounds while Tamia Powell had seven points, nine rebounds and three assists. Hannah Coltrin also pulled down nine boards and Cassie Dickenson had six points and two rebounds. Shainey Vincent had four points and four steals.
Dayton JV girls lost, 57-24. Kim Torres led Dayton with 14 points. Sam Cleland had six rebounds, six steals and two assists. Morgan Boehme had six rebounds.
Carson teams at home Thursday
The Carson boys and girls return to action Thursday night against Reno in a 4A crossover game at Morse Burley Gym.
The girls, fresh off a fourth-place finish in Tracy, play at 5:15. The boys, who went 1-2 over the break, play at 7 p.m.
Tournament on Saturday
The annual Carson JV Wrestling Tournament is slated for Saturday at Morse Burley Gym.
Action gets underway at 9 a.m.
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