BasketballRoundup: Coleville tops 2A Whittell

The Coleville boys' basketball team picked up after an even first half to take a 53-35 win over 2A Whittell Tuesday night.

Jason Peters scored 22 points and had nine rebounds to lead the Wolves in the win at Zephyr Cove.

Trevor Anderson did a solid job spreading the ball around against the Warriors' defense, recording seven assists.

The teams were tied at 19 heading into halftime but Coleville came out and outscored Whittell 17-4 in the third quarter to push ahead to the win.

The Wolves, 6-7 overall for the season, will take on Gerlach tonight and Pyramid Lake Saturday.


Douglas topped North Valleys 44-26 using a balanced scoring attack to remain unbeaten in league play and record its 10th win of the season, improving to 10-2.

The Tigers allowed just two points in the first quarter and held the Panthers scoreless in the third.

Eleven of 12 players scored for the junior varsity squad, led by Sarah Phillips and Jessica Gorton with eight points apiece.

Helen Fillmore got things rolling with her six points in the first quarter and some outstanding defensive play.

Melissa Brown had six points in the third quarter with some tough shots just inside the key.

"It was nice to have everyone back," Douglas coach Dave Pfaffenberger said. "This was the first time in almost three weeks, due to injuries and vacations.

"We're getting ready for our rematch with Reno (tonight)."


The Tigers overcame a flat first quarter to claim a 63-42 win over North Valleys Tuesday night.

"We've had a couple games in a row now where we start slow and we can't keep doing that," coach J.P. Albert said. "We ran away with it in the third though and the defense ended up winning this one for us."

Douglas opened the second half with an 8-0 run and never looked back.

Albert said Daniel Brady had a number of big blocks in the middle and Stan Running Wolf, Colton Dale and Brett Anderson were all solid off the bench.

Chris Schonian did a solid job defensively against the Panthers' top offensive player and Michael Whalin and CJ Marcotte led the way offensively for the Tigers.


Douglas continued its strong start to the season with a 37-18 win over North Valleys Tuesday.

Douglas improved to 2-0 in league and 8-3 overall.

The Tigers started quickly with a stifling defense that sparked an early 15-2 run.

Douglas cruised from there, getting 13 points from Ne'Jae Jackson and 12 points from CJ Baumgartner.

Briana Rutherdale and Susie White had four points each and Jamie Lorntzen and Sara Mangiaracina finished things off with two each.


The Carson Valley Middle School seventh-graders finished runner-up in the league tourney, losing to Carson in the championship game 45-38.

The Tigers fell back by 17 at halftime but had a big comeback fall just short in the second half.

Matt Wylie scored 10 points to lead the team while Jake Tessman scored seven.

Connor Hughes and Noah Thew each added six.

In the semifinals of the tournament, Carson Valley topped Eagle Valley 57-40 with 17 points from Nick Maestretti, 11 from Wylie and nine from Thew. Hughes added six in the win.

Carson Valley ended its regular season with a 44-6 win over Pau-Wa-Lu as Wylie scored 20 points and Maestretti had nine.

The Tigers wrapped up the season with a 12-3 record.

In eighth-grade action, Carson Valley closed out the regular season with a 49-23 win over Pau-Wa-Lu , but lost to Eagle Valley in the tournament championship game.

Matt Williams scored 10 points, Garrett Getty had nine points, Austin Neddenriep scored eight points and Aaron Allen scored eight against Pau-Wa-Lu.

In the tournament semifinals, Carson Valley topped Carson 51-28 with 15 points from Getty, 10 from Neddenriep and eight from Allen.

The Tigers fell just short in the championship as Eagle Valley won 42-41.

Carson Valley was down by 10 heading into the last quarter but the Tigers hit five 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to claw back into it.

Neddenriep finished with 11 points and three 3-pointers, Kameron VanWinkle and Matt Williams finished with seven each and Getty had six.

The eighth-graders current record is 13-2 heading into the South Tahoe Optimist Tournament.


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