Carson seventh, Douglas eighth at Eagle Valley

Carson High’s Thomas Burchett hits a chip shot around the green at Eagle Valley. Burchett put together a 1-under 71 for the Senators, which was five shots off the lead.

Carson High’s Thomas Burchett hits a chip shot around the green at Eagle Valley. Burchett put together a 1-under 71 for the Senators, which was five shots off the lead.
Photo by Ron Harpin.

The Senator golf team hosted its first home meet of the year Tuesday, wrapping up the afternoon in seventh at Eagle Valley.

As a team, Carson shot a 318, with Thomas Burchett leading the way with a 38-33–71.

Reno won the team title with a 283.

Tristan Hawkins put together matching 38s on his front and back nine to shoot a 76 while Andrew Kalicki entered the clubhouse with a 43-40–83.

Spenser Bray and Tyler Silsby were the next two on the leaderboard for Carson, shooting an 86 and 94, respectively.

“Burchett shot a 1-under 71. For Hawkins, it’s the third time this year he’s shot in the 70s,” said first-year coach Blair Roman. “Overall, we’ve had a couple of rough days lately and I was happy with how the kids rebounded.”

Douglas boys golf missed Carson by one stroke, finishing with a team score of 319.

Brock Walters led the way with a 35-36–71, while Hatcher Leiknes put together a 42-38–80.

Reese Torres and Spur Elliott put up matching 84s for the Tigers.

UP NEXT: On Tuesday, Carson will play its first meet of the season at Silver Oak Golf Course.

Senators fall to Damonte Ranch baseball

Marcus Montes was a home run shy of the cycle for the Senators on Tuesday, going 3-for-4 with three RBIs and four runs scored in an 11-8 loss to Damonte Ranch.

Tanner Boheimer and Decarlo Quintana both drove in a run for Carson.

Quentin Beck went 1-for-2 with two walks and three runs scored. Beck also pitched the last 2.2 innings, allowing one earned run on four hits.

The Senators are 4-20 overall, 2-11 in Class 5A North league play.

Saturday, Carson will host Reno (17-6, 9-3) at 11 a.m.

CHS softball drops two at Reed

Carson High softball took on a tough test Tuesday at third-place Reed, falling in both ends of their doubleheader, 11-1 and 9-6.

Corine Doran knocked in the run in game one on a solo shot to center field in the third inning.

In the second game, the Senators jumped on the board first, taking a 3-0 lead in the second and third innings.

Isabella Reyes cranked a solo home run to center field to lead off the second inning before Doran homered in the third, scoring Zaydee Gitthens, who had singled.

Reed jumped in front 9-3 before Carson could get back on the board.

Sofia Morrison hit a two-run homer to right in the sixth and a walk with the bases loaded in the seventh brought home the Senators’ final run.

Carson swim cruises past Wooster

The Carson High boys and girls swim teams had little trouble besting Wooster last weekend in a dual meet.

The Senator girls won every race as several members of the team continue to put up top times in the North.

Katarina Klatt won the 100-meter fly and free in 59.2 and 53.7, respectively.

Alexandra Llamas-Cruz won the 100-meter backstroke and 100-meter breaststroke for the Senators with times of 1:06.7 and 1:19.62.

Larkin Russell posted a 26.57 in the 50-meter freestyle to win the event before taking the top spot in the 200 individual medley in 2:23.08.

On the boys side, Ewan Calley won the 200-meter freestyle and the 200 IM for the Senators in 2:01.93 and 2:17.51, respectively.

Cole Bennett won the 50- and 100-meter freestyle events in 23.98 and 51.5, which are both inside of the top 10 times in the Northern 5A this season.

Anton Torres-Cruz won the 100-meter fly in 1:38.08, while Leif Morway took first in the 100-meter backstroke in 1:04.78.


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