CVMS basketball team tied for first

The Carson Valley Middle School boys' basketball team remained tied in first in the Tah-Neva Conference through early December, improving to 11-1 on the year.

Austin Neddenriep scored 10 points and had 10 rebounds as Carson Valley beat Alder Creek 49-23. Kameron VanWinkle scored nine points and Matt Thomas had six.

Eagle Valley handed Carson Valley its first loss of the year in a 51-43 win despite 16 points from Neddenriep and seven points from Garrett Getty. Aaron Allen and Van Winkle each had six points.

Getty scored 17 and Neddenriep had 14 in a 42-21 win over Winnemucca. Chris Downs added four points in the win.

Neddenriep scored 17, Getty had 10 and Allen scored six in a 47-30 win over Carson and Neddenriep had 13, Matt Williams had 10 and Matt Thomas scored five in a 47-25 win over South Tahoe. Carson Valley had 11 players score in the game.

In seventh-grade action, Carson Valley defeated Alder Creek 39-18 with 12 points and nine rebounds from Matt Wylie. Connor Hughes and Nick Maestretti each had five points.

Maestretti had nine points, Jake Tessmann scored eight and Wylie had six in a 44-31 win over Eagle Valley.

Carson Valley topped Winnemucca 47-20 with 17 points from Wylie, 10 from Maestretti and six from Noah Thew.

Wylie put up 16 and Hughes and Maesretti had six each in a 35-30 win over Carson and Wylie scored 14, Maestretti had 11, Thew scored nine and K.C. Green had seven in a 48-10 win over South Tahoe.

Carson Valley was 10-2 and second place in league standings through early December.


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