Prep Roundup: Tigers lose thriller to Reno

RENO — Reno High won the Division I team tennis title with a narrow 10-9 win over Douglas Friday at Caughlin Ranch.

The match was tied at 9, and the Huskies won the tiebreaker 6-0.

Douglas, as expected, was led by Madelyn Landerfelt, who went 3-0 and didn’t drop a game. Maggie Rich went 1-2.

In doubles, Ingrid Carlson and Tara Cottrill went 2-1, winning 6-4 and 6-3, and losing 6-1. Kayleigh Carlson and Anne Pomroy won 6-2 while Kylie Coziahr and Terra Williams won 6-3 and 6-2.

Douglas reached the finals with a 10-8 win over Galena, as a clutch third-round singles win by Maggie Rich sealed the Douglas win.

Reno defeated Bishop Manogue, 12-6, in the other semifinal.

Douglas sophomore Landerfelt won all three of her singles sets, including a key 6-3 triumph in the second round against Galena’s No. 1, Alli Warner. Kaitlyn Smith and Rich collected two wins each for the Tigers.


Douglas holds off Damonte

RENO — Freshman Talyn Jackson had 45 assists, three blocks and 13 digs to lead Douglas to a 18-25, 19-25, 25-21, 25-15 and 15-7 win over Damonte Thursday night.

Ariah Barth had 10 kills, three aces and three digs, and Carmen Shaw had 13 kills, Aubrey Caires added 10 and Isabelle Peterson contributed eight. Raychel Allen contributed 19 digs.

Muckers sweep Sage Ridge

VIRGINIA CITY — Virginia City swept Sage Ridge in two Division IV matches on Thursday. VC won the first one 25-14 and 25-13, and took the second one 25-22 and 25-15.

Niki D’Agostino finished the day with 18 kills, 14 digs, seven blocks, two assists and nine aces. Nicole Huffman had 27 assists, four digs, four aces and 10 kills. Bethany Fuller had seven kills and four assists, while Jordan Seedon added five kills, four blocks, two assists and two digs. Gwyn Landaburu had three aces, six kills and 11 digs.

Lowry edges Dayton in 4

WINNEMUCCA — Despite 17 kills and 14 digs by Cheyanne Strong, Dayton was knocked of by Lowry 20-25, 22-25, 25-14 and 26-28 in a Northern Division 1A match Friday night.

Rachel Hadley had eight kills and 12 dogs, while Kaylee Turner added six kills and three blocks. Setter Shalia Powell finished with seven digs, a block and 33 assists. Kallie Strong had three blocks and Kassie Strong had three kills.

“The girls played well,” Dayton coach Mike Edmiston said. “We knew it was going to be a tough match. We didn’t play Lowry as well as we played Truckee the other night.”

Dayton, 5-5 in league play, visits South Tahoe Tuesday at 6 p.m.


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