Carson rolls in 3 games
RENO — Carson High’s volleyball team evened its D-1 record to 1-1 with an easy 25-12, 25-17 and 25-10 win over Hug Thursday night.
“I’m pleased with how we played,” coach Robert Maw said. “We mixed things up a little. A lot of girls got to see the court. We didn’t get a chance to dig many balls. We served the ball well tonight.”
Carson used the match as a tune-up to get ready for a home match against Manogue on Monday and an away match against Galena on Tuesday.
Savannah Smith led the team with six kills and three digs, while Skylar Jones came off the bench to record four kills. Kylie Riske also had four kills. Makenzie Tucker, who has been called up to varsity permanently, recorded seven aces. Libero Jaycie Roberts had four aces.
Maw said that middle blocker Gina Peacock will be sidelined one more week.
McQueen 45, Carson 10
Carson took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, but the Lancers roared back with 45 unanswered points on their way to an easy non-league win Thursday at Carson.
Jon Barahona kicked a 26-yard field goal to cap an eight-minute drive, and then Nick Andreas returned a fumble 40 yards for a score. After that it was all Lancers.
Carson is 1-1.
Carson girls 18, Hug 0
The Senators dropped just 15 games in 12 matches and took advantage of six walkovers to grab an easy non-league win Thursday afternoon.
Coach Diane Baker-Roberts used nearly all of her roster, as the Senators improved to 1-2.
In doubles, Tess Corda teamed up with Katy Breeding for a 6-0 win, and then teamed up with Sydney Coolbaugh for a 6-1 win. Liz Flansberg teamed with Amanda Breen for a 6-0 win, and then teamed with Sahara Winder for a 6-0 win. Greta Sturm and Emma Breeding won 6-0, and then Sturm teamed with Heather LaMotte for a 6-2 win. Preeta Amin teamed with Coolbaugh for a 6-0 win. Mariah Whitcome and Emma Breeding won 7-6.
In singles, Abbey Dudley and Anya Woodbury posted 6-0 wins, and Shaylin Segura was a 6-1 winner.
Carson boys 15, Hug 3
Hug forfeited 15 matches and dropped a 15-3 decision to the Senators.
In the only matches played, Hug’s Ryan Goodwin-Burt won 6-0, 6-1 and 6-2.