Five CHS wrestlers win JV tourney titles
Carson High crowned five champions at Saturday’s Carson High JV Tournament at Morse Burley Gym.
Austin Rudy (120), Hector Perez (145), Jarod Butler (152), Jordan Aikins (160-170) and Sam Haight (195-220) all went 3-0 en route to first-place finishes.
Jake Roman (126), Jesse Case (152), Connor Chech (195-220), Alex Honeycutt (160-170) and John Rowe (138) all finished second. Ethan Lepire was third at 106.
Two of the weight classes were combined, and other weight classes wrestled a round-robin format because of a surprisingly low turnout.
Battle Mountains stuns Lions in OT
YERINGTON — Battle Mountain outscored Yerington 7-0 in overtime to grab a 55-48 Division III basketball win Saturday afternoon.
The game was tied at 48 after regulation. Breven Engelson scored six of BM’s seven overtime points en route to a 17-point effort, Blake Dariou led BM with 19 points.
Sam Hammond led Yerington with 13 points and 11 rebounds. However, he was just 3-for-12 from the foul line which was huge. As a team the Lions went 7-for-20.
Matt Brannan and Koby Foster each added 11 points for the Lions.
Muckers overpower Smith Valley
VIRGINIA CITY — Clint Hess scored 15, and Christian Lindsay and Christain Steele tallied 11 and 10, respectively, to lead Virginia City to an easy 61-15 win over Smith Valley in a Divison IV game Saturday night.
Virginia City is 4-0 in league play and 12-2 overall.
Hawthorne 37, Sierra Lutheran 32
The Serpents built a 10-point first-quarter lead and held on for a 37-32 win on Saturday.
Cali Benton and Amy Westre led the offense with 10 and eight points, respectively. Benton pulled down five rebounds and Westre had 12.