Stories for March 2016


Thursday, March 31

Nevada goes for first crown

Sports fodder for a Friday morning... History is going to be made at Lawlor Events Center on Friday night. The Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team will play for a national postseason tournament championship in Reno for the first time in school history. It might never happen again.

Carson baseball falls to Gorman

HENDERSON — Carson High’s baseball team has run into two very good pitchers in the first two days of he Bishop Gorman Easter Invitational.

Wolf Pack promises packed crowd Friday

Eric Musselman expects nothing less than a Lawlor Events Center bursting at the seams on Friday night.

Nevada grinds out win at home

RENO — The Nevada Wolf Pack felt like it was involved in a heavyweight championship fight Wednesday night.

Carson soccer trio headed off to college

Three Carson High soccer players will be continuing their careers on the community college level.

Senators lose tournament opener Wednesday

HENDERSON — Carson Perkins limited Carson High to two hits over five innings to lead Vauxhall Academy-Canada to a 5-1 win on the opening day of the Bishop Gorman Easter Invitational Wednesday morning.

Wednesday, March 30

Community spotlight: Junior Giants program in works

The Carson City Parks and Recreation Department is establishing a Junior Giants baseball program.

Tuesday, March 29

Alumni notebook: How Carson City area athletes are doing at next level

BASEBALL Jace Zampirro, Carson, Feather River: No action last week. Adam Whitt, Carson, Astros: At spring training.

Morehead State tops Nevada in CBI finals opener

MOREHEAD, Ky. — Lyonell Gaines scored 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead Morehead State to an 86-83 victory over Nevada in the opening game of the College Basketball Invitational finals on Monday night.

Monday, March 28

Local roundup: Carson boys take third; Hawley sets school record

FALLON — Carson High’s boys track team finished third at the 44th annual Fallon Elks Invitational on Saturday.

Nevada begins quest for CBI crown

The way Eric Musselman sees it, the Morehead State Eagles desperately need to beat the Nevada Wolf Pack Monday night in Kentucky in the first game of the College Basketball Invitational championship series.

Saturday, March 26

Moyle in the zone for CHS

RENO — When Carson High lefty Bryce Moyle gets his off-speed pitches in the strike zone, he’s one of the premier pitchers in Northern Nevada, and Saturday afternoon he was at his best.

Memories of Wildcat athletics: WNC made me a better person

Editor’s Note: Throughout the rest of 2016 Western Nevada College baseball and softball seasons, which is the last for WNC athletics, the Appeal is featuring columns every Sunday from those who are sharing their memories of the programs.

Local roundup: Wildcat baseball and softball teams split

PRICE, Utah — Homers haven’t been the primary source of Western Nevada College victories in 2016, but that changed on the team’s current road trip.

Holton is in control against McQueen

Carson High, thanks to six strong innings from John Holton, snapped a two-game losing streak with a 5-1 win over McQueen Thursday night at Ron McNutt Field.

Stanford ‘Haase’ new coach in ex-South Tahoe star

STANFORD, Calif. — Stanford hired University of Alabama at Birmingham coach Jerod Haase as its new basketball coach Friday, a week and a half after firing eighth-year coach Johnny Dawkins.

Friday, March 25

Johnson earns 77th victory

Last weekend saw racing activity in California, Florida, and Australia, as NASCAR, NHRA, IMSA, and Formula One were all in play.

Sterling choice for Senators’ Torres

Julie Torres’ midfield play was a key reason behind Carson High’s soccer success this season.

Nevada advances to CBI finals

RENO — Marqueze Coleman uttered the two words on Wednesday night the Nevada Wolf Pack has been longing to hear for the last month.

Thursday, March 24

Local roundup: Lichty powers WNC to sweep

Tim Lichty is on one of those offensive tears hitters covet.

Wolf Pack shooters finally find the range

Sports fodder for a Friday morning... The Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team has undergone an amazing transformation over the last two weeks and three games in the College Basketball Invitational. It’s playing with the confidence and shooting touch of Stephen Curry.

Carson left behind by Reed

Clutch hitting was clearly lacking Tueday night, and the Carson Senators paid the price.

Community sports roundup: Silver State Volleyball Club qualifies for junior nationals

The Silver State Volleyball Club 18-Mizuno team qualified for the Girls Junior National Championships in late April in Wisconsin by winning a tournament over the weekend.

Wednesday, March 23

Alumni notebook: How Carson City athletes are doing at next level

BASEBALL Jace Zampirro, Carson, Feather River: Faced one batter last week and gave up a hit. 0-1 with 14.54 ERA. Adam Whitt, Carson, Astros: At spring training

Nevada plays on in CBI; hosts Vermont Wednesday

RENO — It might be time to change the state song to Home Means Nevada Never Loses in a National Tournament.

Tuesday, March 22

Pack on verge of championship berth

The goal of every college basketball team each season is to go to a postseason tournament. The Nevada Wolf Pack has been more than happy to let the tournament come to them this month.

Former Carson High standout Jennifer Purcell ties NCAA softball record

RENO — Former Carson High softball star Jennifer Purcell made her way into the NCAA record book last weekend.

Nevada Wolf Pack’s Jennifer Purcell named Mountain West Player of the Week

RENO — After putting up impressive numbers during the week and tying the NCAA Division I record with 13-consecutive at-bats with a hit at the Grizzly Classic, sophomore first baseman Jennifer Purcell has been named the Mountain West Player of the Week, the conference announced on Tuesday.

Monday, March 21

Western Nevada College baseball: Lichty hits grand slam, solo homer in 14-run inning

Losing the opening game of a series hasn’t been an omen for the Western Nevada College baseball team this season.

Chrysti R. Barbee-Hayden

Chrysti R. Barbee-Hayden passed away at Tahoe Pacific Hospital on February 25th, 2016 due to a long illness. She was 71 years old. Chrysti was a bookkeeper, jeweler, veterinary assistant, and above all, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert W. Barbee, mother, Virginia M. Barbee, daughter Mara S. Ignatich, sister, Merle A. Chapman, brother Guy F. Barbee, and ex-husband Jerold K. Ignatich.

Nicholas West Tobey

Nicholas West Tobey, born February 21st, 1939 in Santa Barbara, California, passed away peacefully just after 8 pm, February 25th, 2016, surrounded by his family.

Gary Donohew (Chainsaw)

Gary Donohew, 73, a Dayton resident, passed away peacefully at home on March 8th, 2016. Gary was born in West Milford, West Virginia to Woodrow and Faye Donohew. He was also preceded in death by his brother Ralph Donohew and Sister

Robert E. Dunlap

We say goodbye to a wonderful husband, father, grandpa, brother, uncle, and friend. A man who always believed in the good of people and did all he could to help those in need. A man who served his country with pride. Someone who told beautiful stories that were enchanting, funny, and full of life. A gentle, wise, handsome man that was so very loved. We know you are in a better place, reunited with the love of your life. You will be forever missed and always loved. He is survived by 4 children, 15 grandchildren, and 30 greatgrandchildren. “How lucky are we to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”

Rose (Rosie) Denton

Rose (Rosie) Denton passed away on March 15, 2016 at the age of 88 in Carson City Nevada. She was born in Guardiaregia, Italy. Rose came to New York and entered through Ellis Island January of 1939 at the age of 12. Rose lived in Burbank, California and met her future husband, Donald Furm Denton. They

Glenda Marion Haffner

Glenda Marion Haffner, 66, of Fallon Nevada, passed away at her home on February 27, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. Glenda was born January 22, 1950 in Eugene Oregon.

Wayne A. Weaver

Wayne was born in Fallon, the fourth of Ray and Margie’s five sons. He graduated from CCHS in 1950, where he played football and baseball.

Carlton Harry “Buck” Walter, PhD

Carlton Harry “Buck” Walter PhD, age 91, of Carson City, Nevada, passed away Tuesday, March 8th.

Memories of Wildcat athletics: I will miss the relationships most

Editor’s Note: Throughout the rest of 2016 Western Nevada College baseball and softball seasons, which is the last for WNC athletics, the Appeal is featuring columns every Sunday from those who are sharing their memories of the programs.

Local roundup: Top time for Pradere; Purcell 9 for last 9

RENO — Abigail Pradere is now the top 800-meter runner in the state of Nevada.

Coleman to return for Nevada Monday

RENO — Help is on the way for the Nevada Wolf Pack.

Raiders ‘Peck’ away at CHS

SPARKS — Carson High had a chance to put Reed away early, and when they didn’t, the Senators paid the price.

Saturday, March 19

Darrell Moody: No dominant DI baseball team in Northern Nevada

The opening day of the Division I baseball season was an interesting one, as McQueen upset error-prone Reno, 4-2, and Spanish Springs’ Ryan Anderson carried a no-hitter into the seventh before allowing a single to Gavin Bullis in a 5-1 win over Bishop Manogue.

Friday, March 18

No place like home for WNC, which sweeps

Kristina George fired a four-hit shutout and Western Nevada College unleashed a seven-run inning to sweep a softball doubleheader against Colorado Northwestern, 2-0 and 12-3, on Friday at Edmonds Sports Complex in Carson City.

Dayton baseball and softball fall to Elko

Nevada Appeal staff report DAYTON — Elko struck for 16 runs in it final two at-bats to grab a 20-0 win over Dayton in the Northern 1A conference opener for both schools.

Daniel Vidovich

Daniel Vidovich, 89 - passed away at his Carson residence March 9, 2016, of natural causes. Dan was born in Sparks to James and Mamie Vidovich on April 27, 1926.

Marian Janet Johnson

Marian Janet Engstrom was born in Isle, MN, to William and Ruth Engstrom on October 9, 1922. Her mother and younger sister, Gretchen, died when Marian was five years old.

Richard Wayne ‘Gub’ Gilder

Richard Wayne ‘Gub’ Gilder passed away on February 5, 2016 at the age of 63. He was surrounded by his loving family at Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nevada. He is survived by Kay, his wife of 44 years, a daughter, Amber Rodriguez of

Barbara Louise Sgheiza Jones

Barbara Louise Sgheiza Jones, Age 79, was born January 12, 1937 in Hawthorne, California. She passed away at home from cancer on January 21, 2016 surrounded by her sons and friends. She was proceeded in death by her parents Louis and Dorthea Sgheiza, and her husband Bill Jones. A memorial service will be held on March 26, 2016 12:00PM at the Genoa Town Park in Genoa, Nevada located on Main Street down from the Genoa Cemetery which will serve as her final resting place with her parents and her husband.

Michael Wilson McKnight

Michael Wilson McKnight, 67 of Fallon Nevada passed away February 26, 2016. He was born December 24, 1948 in Las Vegas Nevada to Lawrence Wilson McKnight and Louise Effinger McKnight. Mike graduated from Churchill County High School in 1966.

CHS falls to Damonte

There were two bright spots for Carson High’s young softball team on Thursday.

Senators roll over Hug, again

Carson baseball coach Bryan Manoukian gave shortstop Connor Pradere, outfielder Bryce Moyle, catcher Kyle Krebs and outfielder Cody Azevedo the day off.

Reno Aces to play at Greater Nevada Field

RENO — There will be a strong Carson City presence in downtown Reno during the next 15 years.

Coach Ian Hill wants Western Nevada College soccer to be national-level program

Ian Hill, who’s overseeing Western Nevada College’s new club soccer program, doesn’t expect to waste any time in making WNC a top-level program.

Thursday, March 17

CBI: No it’s not a TV show and it’s important

Sports fodder for a Friday morning ... The Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team is four victories away from winning the College Basketball Invitational. The what? Doesn’t matter. The important word here is winning. It doesn’t matter who it is against and what it means.

Alumni notebook: Update on Carson City area athletes at next level

BASEBALL Jace Zampirro, Carson, Feather River: No action last week. Is 0-1 thus far. Adam Whitt, Carson, Astros: At spring training.

Straight-shooting Nevada wins

RENO — Don’t tell the Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team it can’t shoot.

Aces Ballpark renamed Greater Nevada Field

There will be a strong Carson City presence in downtown Reno over the next 15 years.

Wednesday, March 16

Tuesday, March 15

Senators pummel Hawks

RENO — Save for one game, the Carson High-Hug yearly baseball series has been lopsided. In the past six games, five won by Carson, the Senators have outscored the Hawks, 82-6. It was no different in Tuesday’s Northern Division I opener.

Monday, March 14

Nicca Matteucci

Ms. Nicca Matteucci Getto passed away on February 29, 2016 due to complications related to septosemia and pneumonia in Sparks, Nevada at the age of 64 years old.


CLINTON W. LINNELL, age 77, passed away on February 11, 2016 in Fallon, Nevada. He was born December 3, 1938 in Oakland, CA to John Henry and Beulah Carlson Linnell and had lived in Fallon for over 20 years.

Clara Dawn Gilchrist

Larry Joe Manley, 70 years old, died on Sunday, Feb. 28. at Mercy Hospital in Rogers, AR after a brief illness. He passed away with his children and wife by his side not far from his home in Springdale.

Larry Joe Manley

Larry Joe Manley, 70 years old, died on Sunday, Feb. 28. at Mercy Hospital in Rogers, AR after a brief illness. He passed away with his children and wife by his side not far from his home in Springdale.

Virginia Elizabeth Schwall

Virginia Elizabeth Schwall passed away Feb.17 at Carson Tahoe Hospital. She was born on May 21, l920 in Stockton, Stockton Fire Chief Martin Cannon and Charlotte Cannon. S

Ethel Alene (Galli) MacKenzie

Ethel Alene (Galli) MacKenzie, 84, passed away on February 26, 2016 in Gardnerville, NV. Ethel was born in Oklahoma on March 12, 1931. She was a proud employee of Fresno County for 35 years. Beloved mother of Marilyn Browns and Debra Linehan, dearest Grammy of Julie Romero and Dennis “DJ” Browns, Jr. Visitation is on Friday, March 4 from 4:30p.m. to 7:00p.m. at Walton’s Chapel of the Valley 1281 N. Roop St. Carson City, NV and friends are invited to attend funeral services Saturday, March 5 at 10:00a.m. at Walton’s Chapel of the Valley. Private burial will take place at the Belmont Memorial Park in Fresno, CA.

Mary Jane Pardew

Mom peacefully passed away into the arms of the love of her life on Valentine’s Day 2016. Mary was born in Redwood City California to alter A. Wentz and Carrie Wentz

Nevada Wolf Pack opens College Basketball Invitational with Montana

RENO — Playing in the College Basketball Invitational was not one of the Nevada Wolf Pack’s goals this season.

Dayton goes winless at Yerington

Dayton High’s softball team posted an 0-3-1 record at the Yerington Tournament over the weekend.

This week’s prep schedule

Today BASE: Carson at Hug, 3:45; Wednesday

Prep roundup: Big days for Dayton baseball, Carson track

YERINGTON — The Dayton High baseball team improved to 4-0 with wins over Yerington and Bishop Saturday morning at the Yerington Tournament,

Carson baseball beats South Tahoe, Douglas

Carson High stretched its winning streak to four straight and tuned up for the start of league play by knocking off South Tahoe and Douglas on the final day of the Mike Bearman Memorial Tournament Saturday at Ron McNutt Field.

Saturday, March 12

WNC baseball takes 3 out of 4 from Salt Lake

No pitcher likes seeing two-time Major League Baseball draftee D.J. Peters coming to the plate, especially with the bases loaded.

Darrell Moody: Kap likely fits somewhere else than SF

Where will Colin Kaepernick end up next season? That’s the million-dollar question around Northern Nevada and the Bay Area.

Memories of WNC athletics: John L. Harvey Field’s beauty goes beyond baseball

Editor’s Note: Throughout the rest of 2016 Western Nevada College baseball and softball seasons, which is the last for WNC athletics, the Appeal is featuring columns every Sunday from those who are sharing their memories of the programs.

Friday, March 11

Nevada falls to S.D. State

LAS VEGAS — Trey Kell scored 15 points as San Diego State never trailed and beat Nevada, 67-55, on Friday night in a Mountain West Conference Tournament semifinal.

Wildcat baseball splits at Salt Lake

David Modler’s two-run double highlighted a four-run fourth inning to support the complete-game pitching effort of Matt Young as Western Nevada College rallied for a 6-3 baseball victory over Salt Lake in the opening game of a twin bill on Friday in West Jordan, Utah.

Carson baseball sweeps two games

The fifth inning proved to be huge for Carson High’s baseball team on Friday.

Three races, three drivers in the Chase

There are now three drivers locked into NASCAR’s 2016 Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship, as Brad Keselowski chased down a fading Kyle Busch in the final laps at Las Vegas last Sunday

Barbara Ann Eaton

Barbara passed away on February 11th, 2016 at home. Barbara was born in Seattle, WA. She moved to Fallon, NV in 2005 from Ocean Shores, WA. Barbara was involved in Top’s and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars of Fallon.

Frank William Primka Jr.

Frank William Primka Jr. died at his home in Carson City on Wednesday, February 24, 2016, following a brief battle with bone cancer, surrounded by his wife and four children.

Deana Lois (Merling) Terrell

Deana Lois (Merling) Terrell, 78, passed away on February 23, 2016 at home comforted by family. Deana was born on November 6, 1937 in Fallon, the daughter of Chet and Margaret (Williams) Merling.


VINCENT JULIUS “JACK” LAMBERTI, age 88 passed away on Feb. 24, 2016 at Banner Hospital in Fallon. He was born January 19, 1928 in New York to Louis and Dorothy Kernick Lamberti. He was a retired farmer, auto mechanic and Appliance repairman. He is survived by his wife of 19 years, Velta Neal of Fallon; children, Kathleen Johnson of San Antonio, TX; Brian Lamberti of Reno ; Sandra Gordon of Washington; Lisa Soltis of Reno; Noel Lamberti and Debra Rausch; 10 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Feb. 27th at 2:00 pm at Smith Family Funeral Home in Fallon.

Oliver lifts Nevada past New Mexico 64-62 in MWC quarters

LAS VEGAS — Don’t call Cameron Oliver a freshman anymore.

Hawley, Ply to lead Dayton track

Zach Hawley and J.J. Ply dominated the 1A track scene as underclassmen a year ago, and there’s no reason to expect anything different this season.

Thursday, March 10

A tough start for Carson

RENO — After an impressive performance in last weekend’s scrimmage games, Thursday’s debut was a disappointment for the Carson High baseball team.

Other than Elway, Kap may be Denver’s best bet

Sports fodder for a Friday morning ...

Wednesday, March 9

Nevada hopes third time is charm vs. New Mexico

Eric Musselman insists he isn’t counting on Marqueze Coleman to actually play in a Mountain West tournament game this week.

Alumni notebook: How Carson City area athletes are doing in college

BASEBALL Jace Zampirro, Carson, Feather River: No action last week. Is 0-1 thus far. Adam Whitt, Carson, Astros: At spring training.

CHS track cupboard far from bare

Carson High lost some valuable senior track standouts, but the cupboard is far from bare.

Community sports: Senators win bowling title

Carson High knocked off Spanish Springs, 35-10, to win the area high school bowling championship.

Dust Devil baseball set on making a statement

Armed with a huge group of underclasmen, Dayton High’s baseball team starts its second season under Mike Burrows Friday at the Yerington High Invitational.

Western Nevada College baseball moves series to Salt Lake

A wet weekend forecast in Northern Nevada has caused the Western Nevada College baseball team to move its upcoming four-game baseball series from Carson City to Salt Lake City.

Tuesday, March 8

Monday, March 7

Nevada basketball falls to New Mexico

RENO — The Nevada Wolf Pack is heading to the Mountain West men’s basketball tournament with a huge chip on its shoulder.

Carson High baseball: Senator’s deep pitching key to success in 2016

There was a different look when Carson High’s baseball team took the field for its opening practice of the 2016 season.

Tahoe Forest Service seeking input on backcountry access policy changes

For many backcountry skiers and snowmobilers, the U.S. Forest Service’s current winter land use policy is an outdated one. It’s something the Forest Service announced it may soon address.

Sunday, March 6

Dayton softball starting from scratch

When Dusti Houk was head softball coach at Dayton, the Dust Devils’ program was at its pinnacle.

WNC softball swept vs. CSI

TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Western Nevada College pitchers struggled with College of Southern Idaho’s powerful softball lineup on Saturday.

WNC softball rallies, but still swept

Only an out away from being swept by 18th-ranked College of Southern Idaho on the opening day of the Scenic West Athletic Conference softball season on Friday, the Western Nevada College Wildcats showed why they believe they’ll compete with the conference’s elite this season.

Memories of WNC athletics: Wildcats win in the classroom

Editor’s Note: Throughout the rest of 2016 Western Nevada College baseball and softball seasons, which is the last for WNC athletics, the Appeal is featuring columns every Sunday from those who are sharing their memories of the programs.

Saturday, March 5

Darrell Moody: If I ruled Nevada high school sports ...

If I were in charge of high school sports in Nevada, I would ...

Tristian Sterns Conti

Tristian Sterns Conti Sept. 23, 1996 – Feb. 25, 2015 Shared with us for a short time, your struggles are over. You’ve found the peace and love you were

Linda “Lynn” Elizabeth Diaz

Linda “Lynn” Elizabeth Diaz, age 83, passed away on Friday, February 26, 2016 in Carson City, Nevada. She was born to Annabelle Lee Appling December 20, 1932 in Fresno, CA. She was wed to Robert L. Diaz July 20, 1961 in Carson City.

John A. Robinson

John passed away unexpectedly at his home in Dayton on Feb. 14, 2016. He was born Aug. 31, 1937 in Hollywood, CA. to George & Marjorie Robinson. His family moved to Lake Tahoe when he was 9 years old. He graduated from a small school of 15 students at Lake Valley Elementary.

Ledo Vasco Buonamici

Ledo Buonamici, born June 27, 1925, in Dayton, Nevada, died at his Carson City home on Thursday, February 25. His sister Nellie and his four granddaughters survive him. He is predeceased by his wife, daughter, and sister Eva. May he rest in peace with his abiding Millicent Ruth.

Cindy Harris

Cindy died peacefully in her sleep on February 26, 2016 at her home in Gardnerville, Nevada. She was born on March 12, 1945 to Leonard & Martha Clark in Rawlins, Wyoming.

Friday, March 4

WNC baseball finishes off four-game sweep of CSI

Western Nevada College put on a two-out hitting clinic Friday afternoon at John L. Harvey Field.

Carson High’s Connor Chech signs with Midland University in Nebraska

Perseverance has paid off for Carson High senior Connor Chech.

Roger Diez: Jimmie Johnson enjoys his time at Atlanta

Jimmie Johnson had an excellent day last Sunday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup 500-miler at Atlanta. Not only did he punch his ticket to the Chase with his fifth Atlanta win, but he tied the legendary Dale Earnhardt’s tally of 76 career victories.

Linda K Carpenter

Linda K Carpenter, age 67, long time resident of Fallon, Nevada, passed away on February 23, 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah, while awaiting a liver transplant.

Elizabeth L. Conner

Elizabeth L. (Betty) Conner passed away on Wednesday, February 24, 2016 in Sparks, Nevada.

Chastain pledges her brain for concussion study

Brandi Chastain, whose penalty kick gave the United States the 1999 Women’s World Cup title, has pledged her brain for concussion research.

WNC baseball sweeps doubleheader

Even in his 11th season at the helm of the Western Nevada College baseball team, D.J. Whittemore can still witness his team do something he’s not seen in the past.

Carson High softball: Young Senators look to make playoffs

It’s hard to fathom Carson High’s softball team could get any younger than last year, but it did.

Thursday, March 3

Pack needs ‘Marqueze’ player

Sports fodder for a Friday morning... The Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team needs Marqueze Coleman. That’s about all we learned from the Pack’s 76-57 loss at Boise State on Wednesday. The sky isn’t falling, the Wolf Pack hasn’t lost its fire and passion and the season isn’t over.

Wednesday, March 2

Drmic’s double-double helps Boise State rout Nevada 76-57

Boise State rolls against Wolf Pack BOISE, Idaho — Anthony Drmic had 22 points and 11 rebounds for his first double-double of the season to help Boise State roll past Nevada 76-57 on Wednesday night

Wildcats start softball conference play

After nearly a month layoff, the Western Nevada College softball team will resume its season by traveling to College of Southern Idaho for a series today and Friday that marks the opening of the Scenic West Athletic Conference schedule.

Tuesday, March 1

Community Sports: Carson High School bowlers reach championship match

Carson High’s bowling team moved into today’s final at Grand Sierra Resort after a 30.5-14.5 win over Reed last week.

Alumni notebook: How Carson City area athletes are doing in college

BASEBALL Jace Zampirro, Carson, Feather River: No action last week. Is 0-1 thus far. Adam Whitt, Carson, Astros: Leaves in a couple of days for spring training.

Western Nevada College moves baseball games to Thursday, Friday

An unfavorable weather forecast for this weekend has prompted Western Nevada College to move up its Scenic West Athletic Conference-opening baseball series.