Prep roundup: Carson girls soccer beats Wooster

Singles player Preeta Amin returns a volley in her match against North Valleys on Tuesday.

Singles player Preeta Amin returns a volley in her match against North Valleys on Tuesday.

RENO — The biggest news from the Carson-Wooster girls soccer match was Carson’s defense finally gave up a goal after posting six straight shutouts.

Carson got goals from Melissa Glanzmann, Chantal Torres, Mayra Olivares and Lauren Hudak en route to a 4-1 Sierra League soccer win Tuesday afternoon over the Colts to remain undefeated.

Carson upped its record to 5-0-2 heading into Saturday’s match at Galena.

The Senators scored twice in the first six minutes.

Glanzmann scored on a through ball from Bailie Zuber in the third minute, and Torres took a pass from Hudak and scored in the sixth minute to make it 2-0.

It was the start of a dominant half for the Senators, who had 16 shots on goal in the opening 40 minutes.

Olivares made it 3-0 when she took a pass from Torres and dribbled past several Wooster defenders to score in the 33rd minute for a 3-0 lead.

“The first half we played really well,” Carson coach Greg Lehman said. “We really moved the ball around; all the way around. We had three quality goals and could have had more. I was happy with the way we played in the first half.”

The second half? Not so much.

Wooster ended Carson’s shutout streak five minutes into the second half on a nice 30-yard shot to make it 3-1. Hudak completed the scoring when she took a cross from Karla Reyes and scored in the 73rd minute.

“We got complacent in the second half,” Lehman said.

“Our intensity disappeared.”


Carson wins twice

Carson took a huge step to qualifying for the playoffs with a huge 14-4 win at Reed on Monday and then beat North Valleys 16-2 at home on Tuesday. The Senators are now 6-5 and standing in sixth in the league standings with a chance to finish as high as fifth, said Carson coach Diane Baker-Roberts.

Against North Valleys, Preeta Amin ran her record to 24-3 on the season, sweeping her matches as she won 6-0, 6-1, 6-0. Anya Woodbury won 6-2 in her only match ad Shaylyn Segura swept her matches, winning 6-1, 6-4, 6-1.

Mikaela Asby won 6-4 and in her first match as a singles player, freshman Emily McCaskill played well in a 2-6 loss to North Valley’s No. 1 player.

In doubles, Amanda Breen and Emma Breeding won 6-0, 6-0, 6-1, Abby Dudley and Nancy Henricksen won 6-1, Henricksen and Amanda Schulz won 6-3, Dudley and Schulz won 6-2, Sahara Winder and Anna Glenn won 6-3 and Glenn and Katie Jones won 6-0.

Against Reed, Amin won 6-3, 6-2, 6-0, Woodbury won 6-2, 6-3, 6-0 and Segura won 6-3, 6-3 while losing to Reed’s No. 1 player 4-6. In doubles, Dudley and Henricksen won 6-2, 6-3 and lost 4-6, Glenn and McCaskill won 6-1 and lost 4-6 and Breen and Breeding won 6-0, 6-1, 6-1.

Reno edges Douglas girls

A showdown for first-place in the Northern Division I girls tennis regular season race came down to the wire Tuesday afternoon before the Reno Huskies edged the Douglas Tigers, 10-9.

Reno (9-0), the reigning region champion, rallied from a 4-2 deficit after the first round and 7-5 after the second round then won four of six tie-breaker sets to secure the victory.

Douglas (8-1) received three wins from its No. 1 doubles team of Ingrid Carlson and Tara Cottrill, including a 7-2 win in the tie-breaker round.


Carson drubs North Valleys

RENO — Carson subbed liberally in subduing the Panthers 12-6 to improve to 8-2 on the season.

Jake Jones, Taylor Saarem, Tyler Warren and Ojo Ventura all won singles matches for Carson. The teams of Aaron Woodbury and Kyle Kunz and Jared Hearn and Trevor Sollberger won one doubles match in their only sets. The rest of the Carson wins came on walkovers.


Carson girls finish fourth

RENO — Carson took fourth in the weekly Sierra League Invitational at Lakeridge Golf Course on Monday.

Bishop Manogue won with 338, Galena was second at 398, Douglas at 409 , Carson 416 , Woostrer 445 and Damonte Ranch 480.

Taylor Krupp shot 87 followed by Bethany Kniffen 105, Camryn Aten 123, Angelika Liway 113, Juliet Favero 111 and Sara Dale 129.


Smith Valley sweeps Muckers

SMITH VALLEY — Smith Valley swept Virginia City 25-12, 25-19 and 25-14 in a Division IV matchup Tuesday night.

Niki D’Agostino led VC with 10 digs, four blocks, four kills and two aces, while Nicole Huffman had five kills, seven assists and two digs. Gwyn Landaburu had nine digs and Bethany Fuller added six.

Virginia City is 5-1 in league play and 13-3 overall.

Yerington slams Silver Stage

YERINGTON — Ashley Rife had 28 assists., three kills, five digs and two blocks to lead Yerington to a 25-17, 25-15 and 25-9 win on Tuesday night.

Chloe Dane added 12 kills and six digs, and Kasidy Lommori had 15 kills, 11 digs and two blocks. Jordan Bobrick had eight digs and Brianna Ramirez added seven digs.


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