Daggs scores twice in CHS victory

Mayra Olivares passes to a teammate in a game against Reed on Tuesday.

Mayra Olivares passes to a teammate in a game against Reed on Tuesday.

Josilyn Daggs scored two goals and Samantha Gutierrez scored one to lead Carson High to a 3-0 win over Reed in a Division I crossover match Tuesday night at CHS.

The win gives Carson an 8-0-2 record entering Friday’s game at Bishop Manogue (3:30 p.m.).

Prior to the game Carson honored seniors Katherine Leist, Daggs, Kiahna Pimental and Jamie Perez. Carson has one more home game left, Oct. 19 against Damonte Ranch.

“The defense played well,” Carson coach Greg Lehman said. “I thought all four of the seniors played well. They weren’t distracted and came out ready to play.”

Daggs opened the scoring in the 20th minute off an assist from Chantel Torres. Gutierrez made it 2-0 with a goal in the 51st minute, and then Daggs scored her 11th goal of the season in the 61st minute.

Lehman said Carson had several other opportunities to score but was unable to convert. The Carson coached praised the play of Lindsay Hetrick at outside midfield and Mayra Oliveras up top.

• The Carson JV squad battled to a scoreless tie. On Saturday, Carson won 3-0. Carson is unbeaten on the season.


Carson boys fall in regionals

Tyler Warren picked up the lone win for the Senators as McQueen eliminated the boys tennis team in the opening round of regionals on Tuesday.

Warren picked up a 6-2 victory in round three.

Douglas girls advance

MINDEN — The Douglas High girls tennis team kept its perfect season record intact on Tuesday with an 18-0 victory at home against Spanish Springs in the first round of the Northern Division I playoffs.

Douglas (9-0), the Sierra League’s No. 1 seed, only dropped 19 games en route to a berth in the tournament semifinals on Thursday. Spanish Springs, the High Desert League’s No. 4 seed, finishes its season at 5-4.

The tournament finals are scheduled for Friday at the Caughlin Club in Reno. Regional individual tournament play begins next Wednesday at Carson High School.

Madelyn Landerfelt, the Tigers’ No. 1 singles, remained undefeated as she dispatched three opponents by scores of 6-1, 6-0 and 6-1.

The Tigers had their closest call in the second round when Maggie Rich, playing No. 3 singles, took a 7-6 victory against the Cougars’ No. 1, Emily Winn. Rich won the tiebreaker by a 7-4 score.


Dayton wins in 4

Dayton continued its winning ways with a four-game victory over Truckee at home on Tuesday. Scores were: 25-23, 15-25, 25-20 and 25-19.

Coach Monica Halverson said the Dust Devils struggled on the serve early before rebounding. She said the team responded well and fought back from being down seven points in the third game.

Madi Foley led the Dust Devils with 28 kills, nine digs and two aces. Shalia Powell, who Halverson credited with playing a strong game, had 40 assists, 12 digs and three kills. Taryn Schriner added 11 digs. Lettie Lynch added four digs, four assists, six kills and four aces. Ashley Vickers added nine digs and 12 kills to go along with two aces.

Dayton is 25-1 and 9-0 in league. The Dust Devils host Lowry on Thursday.


Dayton falls 5-1 to Fallon

Dayton’s Jaime Avila scored on an assist from Sergio Talavera in the 25th minute, but it wasn’t enough as Dayton fell 5-1 on Tuesday.

Jeff Brooks made five saves and Chris Fitch made seven saves for the Dust Devils.

Dayton 1-8 on the year hosts Lowry on Saturday.

• The Dayton girls were defeated 7-0. No other information was provided.


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