Local roundup: CHS golfers finish 3rd at Genoa | NevadaAppeal.com

Local roundup: CHS golfers finish 3rd at Genoa

Nevada Appeal staff report
Sophomore Ethan Lepire chips out of a bunker on the first hole Wednesday at Genoa Lakes Golf Course.
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GENOA — Lakoda Smokey shot a 2-over-par 74 to lead Carson High to a third-place finish at Wednesday’s Sierra League tournament at Genoa Lakes.

Galena won the event with a 356 thanks to co-medalist Connor Motherway (67). Bishop Manouge, led by co-medalist Ollie Osborne, was second at 380. Carson followed at 430, Douglas was fourth at 446 and Damonte Ranch was fifth at 454. Wooster was last at 491.

Bebop Martinez shot a 78, Matt McCarthy 82, Taylor Saarem 92 and Ethan Lepire 102.

Ty Evans had a nonscoring 103.

“Two words describe our play today — outstanding improvement,” coach Wade Greenlee said. “The boys have been working really hard in practice and it showed today in their play. We cut 79 strokes off our score from the tournament at Arrowcreek. We accomplished our goal of beating Douglas and moving into third place. Genoa is an easier course (than Arrowcreek), but there is still plenty of trouble, and everybody focused on managing the course.

“Lakoda and Bebop played the way our top two should play. Taylor had one bad hole or he would have joined Matt in the 80s where I anticipate them to be the rest of the season.”

Carson returns to action next Thursday at Wolf Run.


Carson on the road

The Senators go for a series sweep today when they visit the Reno Huskies. First pitch is set for 5:30 p.m.

Carson won the opening game, 4-3, on Jesse Lopez’s three-run double with one out in the bottom of the seventh.

Carson concludes the week with a home game Saturday at 11 a.m. against Bishop Manogue.


Carson visits McQueen

Carson, fresh off a 6-2 loss to Bishop Manogue, visits McQueen today at 3:45.

The Senators play a Saturday doubleheader at 11 a.m. at North Valleys.