Prep roundup: Dayton girls fall just short
YERINGTON — The Yerington Lions outscored Dayton 17-5 to come away with a 47-43 win in a girls nonleague basketball game Tuesday night.
“We had a great game for rebounding and kept our turnovers down but we just couldn’t close this game out,” Dayton coach Kelly Frantz said.
“We need to work on being in close games and winning those games. We are going to see some tight games before the end of the season and if we have a shot to get more wins, we have to be finishers.”
Angela Sikora had a fantastic game with a career-high 37 points and 16 rebounds.
VC downs Excel
SPARKS — Colt Hess scored 14 and Tanner Uken added nine to lead the Muckers to a 43-31 victory over Excel Christian Tuesday in a Division IV contest.
VC is 4-3. The Muckers are at Sierra Lutheran on Friday.
Carson girls win big
Haupu Ku’Ulei scored 14 points to lead the Senators to an easy 40-25 win over Douglas Tuesday night at Morse Burley Gym.
Abbey Paulson added eight and Meghan Olson netted six. Douglas was led by Kate Palaroah with seven.
Senators win by 15
MINDEN — Derek Barry scored 16 points to lead Carson to a 51-36 victory over the Tigers Tuesday night.
Lakoda Smokey, Dawson Lamb and Trent Robison all scored eight.
Carson is now 10-9 overall.
Carson travels to Manogue
The Carson High wrestling team shoots for its fourth straight win in Sierra League competition when it visits Bishop Manogue today at 6 p.m.
Carson and Douglas are currently tied for the top spot at 3-0. CHS finishes with Manogue and Douglas.
The Tigers face Damonte Ranch and Carson.
The Senators will compete in the Placer Duals Saturday at 9 a.m. at Placer High School.