The Dayton boys cross country team had an impressive outing in a tightly contested meet it hosted on Friday as it finished second just two points behind Fallon.
On a fast 5K course, the top four out of nine teams in the varsity boys race finished within seven points of each other. Fallon won with 75 points and was followed by Dayton (77), Silver Stage (79) and Fernley (82).
Dayton’s top finish of the day came from its girls team as Sidney Strickler took third in 23 minutes, 52 seconds.
For Dayton’s boys, J.J. Ply took fourth in 19:01, Brady Heusser was 12th in 19:49, Oakley Workman was 17th in 20:10, Jared Logan took 25th in 20;57 and Toby Tapley was 35th in 21:53.
“Jared was impressive today,” Dayton coach Shawn Anderson said. “He ran like he had something to prove and it paid off.”
Nick Langstaff, who in the past has been Dayton’s third of fourth runner, ran in his first meet of the year after nursing a knee injury. “He was rusty but I was still happy with his time considering he has been off for about three weeks,” Anderson said.
Virginia City 3, Sierra Lutheran 1
Virginia City (10-2, 3-0) beat Sierra Lutheran 22-25, 25-13, 25-11, 25-13. Niki D’Agostino had five aces, seven kills, seven blocks and 14 digs, Nicole Huffman had nine kills and 22 assists, Chloe Branson had four digs, Jordan Seddon had two kills and two blocks, Gwyn Landaburu had five kills and nine digs, Shaylynn Call had two kills, Bethany Fuller had 14 kills and seven digs and Kim Tiapa had four aces for the Muckers.
Virginia City’s junior varsity (6-5, 2-0) beat Sierra Lutheran 2-1.
Yerington rolls past Lovelock
Yerington (21-1, 2-0) beat Lovelock 25-12, 25-21, 25-15.
Chloe Dane had 10 kills, seven digs and three aces, Jordan Bobrick had seven digs, Kassidy Lommori had 15 kills, 12 digs, four blocks and three aces, Brianna Ramirez had four kills and Ashley Rife had four kills, seven digs and 25 assists for the Lions.
Dayton tops Spring Creek in 4
ELKO — Dayton won its first Northern 1A match with a 25-9, 25-20, 22-25 and 25-21 win over Spring Creek Friday night.
Kaylee Turner led Dayton with 12 kills, two aces and four blocks. while Callie Strong had two kills, two blocks and five aces. Rachel Hadley had five kills and four digs, and Shalia Powell had 23 assists and three aces.
Carson hosts N. Valleys today
The undefeated Carson soccer teams host North Valleys today at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., respectively. The Carson boys, 4-0, start the day in first place in the Sierra League and play at 11. The 2-0-2 Carson girls are behind Douglas in the standings and play at 1.