CVMS squads complete first half

The Carson Valley Middle School boys' basketball teams each posted winning record through the first half of the season in Tah-Neva Conference play.

The Carson Valley eighth-graders were in second place after the first half with a 4-1 record.

The Tigers posted a 40-27 win over Alder Creek as Hunter Myers scored 17 points and Connor Greth added 10.

Carson Valley lost to Eagle Valley 38-27 as Greth and Michael Nolting each scored eight points.

The Tigers then got 13 points from Christian Arzadon, eight each from Nolting and Greth and six from Nolan Weintz in a 38-23 win over Carson.

Myers scored 17, Nolting scored 10 and Weintz and Greth each had seven in a 44-28 win over South Tahoe.

Carson Valley beat rival Pau-Wa-Lu 54-13 with 10 points from Greth, eight from Arzadon, seven from Myers, six from Nolan Sheets and four each from EJ Rose, Cody Thomas and Weintz. Eleven of 13 players on the Carson Valley roster scored in the game.

The eighth-grade team also includes Cody Carter, Jake Passes, Jack Crawford, Timmy Jacobsen and Chase White.

The seventh-graders have posted a 4-2 record and are in third place in the Tah-Nevada conference.

Carson Valley opened the year with a 33-18 win over Alder Creek as Austin Evans and James Herrick each scored eight points. A.J. Pfaffenberger scored seven points, Brandon Pankey had five, Gio Hernandez had four and Austin Harrison finished with two.

Herrick and Pankey each scored seven in a 26-25 loss to Eagle Valley while Evans added six and Jaden Wass scored five.

Herrick scored 19 points in a 32-27 loss to Carson while Pfaffenberger added three and Pankey and Wass each had two.

Pankey, Evans and Herrick each scored eight points in a 36-11 win over South Tahoe while Pfaffenberger had four and Parker Dixon and Jeff Williams each scored two.

Pankey scored 13 in a 30-19 win over Pau-Wa-Lu while Evans scored eight, Pfaffenberger had seven and Hernandez had two.

Other players on the team include Kyle Barnes, Alex Wright, Mason Rhodes and Austin Dickey.


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