Prep roundup: Beglin takes second in league event
WASHOE VALLEY — Carson High finished fourth in the initial Sierra League girls golf tournament of the season Thursday at Toiyabe Golf Club.
Jill Beglin led Carson and tied for second overall with an 93 in an extremely windy conditions. Camryn Aten was second at 116, Angelika Morrison had a 121 and Jessika Montes shot 162,
Bishop Manogue, led by Amelia Gladys and Tiffany Rubins, both with 96s, finished with a 393. Galena was second with a 448 followed by Damonte Ranch with a 476.
The medalist was Wooster’s Jessica Stanton with an 86. Wooster, however, failed to have four scorers.
“We placed fourth, but lost Aly Perry to a migraine, and that probably lost us 30 shots,” coach Wade Greenlee said. “I was so proud of Jessika Montes’ determination to finish, because this was her first tournament, and Toyoibe is a tough course.
“Jill struck the ball extremely well, but had some trouble around the green. She’ll work on that and be stronger next week. Both Camryn Aten and Angelika Morrison had trouble on the front nine, but played well on the back nine. All in all, it was an OK first tournament, and I anticipate all of the girls playing much better at Eagle Valley on Tuesday.”
CHS girls top Reed
Emma Breeding and Anya Woodbury went 3-0 in doubles to lead the Senators to their second straight win, a 12-6 conquest of Reed Thursday afternoon.
Carson is 2-1 in league.
The doubles’ standouts won 6-1, 6-1 and 6-2.
Shaylin Segura (6-0, 6-1) and Elise Brady (6-2, 6-1) each went 2-1 in singles, Mikaela Asby and Nancy Henricksen went 2-1 in doubles (6-0 and 6-4) while Amanda Schulz and Emily McCaskill went 1-1.
Douglas edges Cougars
The Tigers topped Spanish Springs 10-8 on Thursday.
Maggie Rich, Kylie and Kari Coziahr) all went 2-1 in singles.
Carson boys triumph
SPARKS — Carson moved to 2-1 in league with an 11-7 win at Reed on Thursday.
Ryan Tomita went 3-0 in singles, winning 6-4, 6-1 and 6-1. Bradley Wiggins went 2-1, winning 6-3 and 6-1. The doubles team of Taylor Saarem and Jayson Artz went 3-0, winning 6-1, 6-2 and 6-4.
Carson blanks Reno
RENO — The Senators got two goals apiece from David Gonzalez and Josi Godinez en route to a 6-0 win over the Huskies Wednesday afternoon.
Diego Lopez and Kristian Chicas scored a goal each.
VC sweeps Sparks
SPARKS — Bethany Fuller had five kills and six digs, and Kim Tiapa contributed two kills, three aces and eight digs in the Muckers’ 25-23, 25-17, 25-18 nonleague win over Sparks on Wednesday.
Chelsea Nevin had five kills, eight assists, three digs and two aces.