Adams runs for Wolf Pack
Here is a breakdown on Carson Valley athletes who have graduated from high school and now compete in college:
LINDSEY ADAMS — University of Nevada, 2015 Douglas graduate: Adams ran to second-place at the Wolf Pack-hosted Nevada Chase Race at Sierra Sage Golf Course Friday night in Reno. Adams was clocked at 22:09 for the 6,000-meter course, just three seconds behind Utah’s Poppy Tank, a freshman from England. The Wolf Pack bested Utah 20-41 in the team score.
ALEXIS VON SCHOTTENSTEIN — Menlo College (Atherton, Calif.), 2015 Douglas graduate: Von Schottenstein was named Golden State Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week after scoring three goals in wins over UC Santa Cruz and Soka University of America. She has appeared in eight games and contributed four goals (two game winners) as well as two assists.
SILVIA FERNSTROM — Academy of Art University (San Francisco), 2015 Douglas graduate: Fernstrom started as a midfielder and had one shot on goal against Chaminade Monday in a 3-2 win at home. Fellow Douglas graduate Caitlin Jones started as a defender.
MCKENNA KYNETT — Boise State University, 2016 Douglas graduate: Kynett had one shot in 33 minutes on the field last Friday in the Broncos’ 2-1 win at home against Colorado State. Boise State is scheduled to play Nevada on Oct. 23 in Reno.
CAITLYN BIDART — Lake Tahoe Community College, 2016 Douglas graduate: Bidart has played every minute so far this season — the only player on the team who has done so, according to coach Jeremy Evans — and helped as the Coyotes defeated West Valley 3-0 last Friday followed by a 5-0 win over Butte on Monday. The Coyotes (4-3-2 overall, 1-0 Golden Valley Conference) host Feather River College today in a 2 p.m. game.
EMMA SPERRY — Missouri Valley College (Marshall, Mo.), 2016 Douglas graduate: Sperry shot a two-round total of 168 Monday and Tuesday to finish 13th on the individual leaderboard at the Freed-Hardeman Fall Invitational at Covington Country Club in Covington, Tenn. Sperry shot 88 for her opening round then dropped her score to an 80 on Tuesday.
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