Prep roundup: Wolverines handle Dust Devil boys basketball |

Prep roundup: Wolverines handle Dust Devil boys basketball

Nevada Appeal staff report

TRUCKEE — The Dayton boys basketball team dropped a Division I-A game at Truckee, 56-43, on Tuesday.

After a back-and-forth first quarter that ended with the Wolverines leading 9-7, the hosts outscored the Dust Devils 16-10 in the second quarter to carry a 25-17 lead into the half.

Truckee maintained a double-digit lead throughout much of the second half while fending off a couple of Dayton runs, including a 7-0 run late in the third quarter that cut the lead to 38-30.

Senior guard Cam Hollabaugh helped keep the Wolverines in front with a big second half, when he scored 13 of his team-high 15 points, including nine in the fourth quarter.

Blake Blocker paced the Dust Devils with a game-high 16 points, and Dylan Munroe, Davis Winebarger and Jackson Walker each scored seven points.

Truckee improved to 1-5 in league (3-11 overall) while Dayton fell to 1-6 (3-9 overall).

“We missed a lot of easy shots early,” Dayton coach Jason Santos said. “We didn’t shoot well; didn’t finish. We came out flat defensively.”


Damonte edges Carson boys

RENO — Connor Quilling and Gurpreet Badhan each scored 10 points, but it wasn’t enough as Damonte Ranch topped the Carson JV boys team, 39-34, Tuesday night.

Sevon Mandoki added nine points for Carson, who fell to 8-7 on the year.


Carson 40, Damonte 36

Dawson Lamb scored 18 points to lead Carson to a 40-36 win Tuesday night in Carson.

Trevor Muckensturm chipped in six points as Carson improved to 7-7.

Truckee dominates Dayton

Jacob Massett returned from an ankle injury to lead the Dust Devils with 10 points as Dayton lost to Truckee, 46-19 Tuesday night.

Colin Winebarger scored seven points for Dayton.


Dayton girls lose early lead

TRUCKEE — The Dayton girls basketball team let Tuesday’s league game at Truckee slip away in the second and third quarters en route to a 52-31 loss.

Dayton led 7-4 after one quarter but was outscored 10-0 in the second quarter and 22-13 in the third.

Junior forward Angela Sikora led the Dust Devils with 11 points, and Christina Ricci scored seven points on a 7-for-10 night at the foul line.

Smith Valley wins big

The Sierra Lutheran girls team dropped a 51-18 decision to Smith Valley Tuesday night.

Sierra Luthern falls to 2-3 in the league and 4-10 overall. Stats were not provided.


Carson girls keep rolling

Mallory Otto scored 11 and Camiell Simpson and Molly Otto added 10 each to lead Carson to a 50-10 win over Damonte Ranch Tuesday night.

Carson plays at Wooster Friday night.

Truckee pounds Dayton

TRUCKEE — The Dayton JV girls lost 56-16 at Truckee Tuesday night.

Elora Neep scored seven points for the Dust Devils.


Carson pummels Damonte Ranch

Lauren Lemburg scored 11 points to lead the Carson freshmen girls basketball team to a 37-20 win over Damonte on Tuesday in Carson.

Katelyn Morse added nine points and Abbey Paulson added five points.

Carson improves to 10-5 on the year.