Community spotlight: Orozco sparks Jr. Pee-Wee Senators to win
Eduardo Orozco ran for three touchdowns and caught a TD pass from Joz Foster to lead the Carson Jr. Pee-Wee football team to a 28-14 win over the Reno Wolf Pack over the weekend.
Alex Myrehn rushed for 142 yards thanks to stellar blocking from Skylar Clark and Roman Dazzo.
The defense was led by Isaac Avina (7 tackles, fumble recovery), Jon Ammerman (7 tackles), Jacob Hanson (6 tackles), Robert Henn (6 tackles), Nathan McKee (4 tackles), Evan Bacarella (4 tackles) and David Smith (interception).
Local Pop Warner squad
honors Sparks player
Prior to Saturday’s game between Carson and Sparks, CCPW Pee Wee Senator Coach Austin Matthews led his team of players, coaches and parents across the field to present the Sparks squad with a pair of flags and arm bands. The arm bands had No. 99 on them. That was in honor of a 13-year-old Sparks player who sustained an injury when a bullet struck him in the head when he was playing a video game in his living room.
Flamer foursome wins
Empire Ranch event
Bill Flamer, Bill Gibson, Dick Blankenship and Steve Scharfe combined for a net 48 to win the A flight at Empire Ranch Senor Men’s Club team scramble event at Thunder Canyon last week.
Tony Barbaria, Terry Thomas, R.C. Crapo and Bob Warzynski were second with a 50.
Charles Bell, Bob Blom and John Prarson won the B flight with a 47, one stroke better than Paul Lockwood, Tom Harlow and Ray Huntley.
Lewis, Talmant win
at Silver Oak
Bob Lewis and Alex Talmant shot a net 58 to edge Ron Tamori and Thomas Abbett, and Bill McAlister and Gary Yoakum by one shot at the recent Silver Oak Senior Men’s Club tournament.
Roger Cartwright and Tom Keating tied Steve Alcalay and Tona Smith for the second flight championship.
Rates at Wolf Run
going down for winter
Wolf Run Golf Club in Reno is lowering its rates for the winter season.
It is now $45 Monday through Thursday and $55 Friday through Sunday.
To book your tee time, call 851-3301.
Cabela’s hosting event
for kids today
If you’re looking for kids taking part in a variety of free activities like archery, bb gun range, casting to a target, rock climbing and other activities in the West parking lot, or learning how to tie flies in the fly shop, come out to the Nevada Area Council’s Cub Scout Adventure Day at Cabela’s, today from 4 to 7 p.m.
There will be all kinds of great photo and video opportunities of kids getting expert instruction on a variety of scout activities like knot tying, fire starting and other skills from council staff and volunteer scout leaders.
The entire front and West pad and parking lot will be filled with kids and families taking part in scout and outdoor activities. Last year we had more than 1,500 folks for the inaugural event.
For more information call James Klund at 775-829-4128 or via email at email@example.com.
Kilroy Klassic set
at Dayton Valley
The 3rd annual Kilroy Klassic is set for Nov. 1 at Dayton Valley Golf Club.
The cost is $125 (tax deductible) which covers golf, cart, continental breakfast and lunch. One hundred percent of the proceeds are used for Veterans expenses. The cost is $100 for current military and veterans. The shotgun scramble format tournament starts at noon.
For more information, go to HonorFlightNV.org or call Big John at 775-315-3700.