Douglas High golf standout Koko Terada was announced this past week as a first-team all-league and all-region selection.
Terada placed second at the NIAA state tournament after losing a one-hole playoff to Katrina Prendergast of Spanish Springs. Prendergast was honored as the North’s Division I Player of the Year for a season in which she won the regional tournament individual title for the third year in a row.
Douglas senior Molly Jordan was named second-team all-league for Douglas. Jordan, a fourth-year veteran of the Tigers’ program, also received all-league recognition in 2012.
Wooster’s Staci Ludwig was named Sierra League Player of the Year, based on points accumulated during regular season matches.
Carson Valley Men’s Golf Club results
Sunday, Oct. 27
Carson Valley Golf Course
Individual Stroke Play
Flight A: (Net score) Marc Prause 64; Ken Smitreski 71; Marc Menezes 73.
Flight B: Roger Hala 63; Mike Davis 73; Fred Coons 77.
Flight C: Matt Budjako 69; Brent Holderman 71; Augie Martinez 72.
Flight D: Larry Lockwood 75; Paul Lockwood 78; Bob Van Nort 80.
Closest-to-the-pin: Holes No. 1 and 13 — Mike Davis; Hole No. 5 — Ken Smitreski; Hole No. 17 — Charles Serafine; Hole No. 18 — Roger Hala.
WNC softball benefit
The Western Nevada College softball team is sponsoring a 5K run/walk at 3 p.m. on Sunday at El Charro Avitia Mexican restaurant in Carson City.
A $30 entry fee for adults will include a dinner buffet and a race T-shirt. Children younger than 8 will be permitted to participate for free, while children 8 to 17 can enter for $15.
The run is a fundraiser for the team’s 2014 season.