CVMS takes second at Tah-Neva tournament |

CVMS takes second at Tah-Neva tournament

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Members of the Carson Valley Middle School 6th-7th grade volleyball team seen here after the Tah-Neva League Tournament include Makena Spohr, Chloe Wilken, Bailey Rozier, Mallory Rasmusson, Brooke Walter, Emerson DuFloth, Brooke McCullough, Makayla Peden, Zoe Butterfield, Eva McNinch, Soleil Cariaga, Kylie Compton, Avery Hardiman, Ashlyn Rodgers and Reagan Brown. The assistant coaches were Joleen Votel and Leah Schemenauer, and Kevin Huff was the head coach.
Special to The R-C |

The Carson Valley Middle School 6th-7th grade volleyball team captured second-place at the recent Tah-Neva League Tournament held in Gardnerville.

CVMS won two of three matches during the tournament held on Feb. 17 at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center and successfully closed the book on a season in which the team compiled an 8-5 record during the league’s regular season.

Coming in as the No. 3 seed, CVMS opened with a two-set victory against Whittell (25-5, 25-18), followed by a three-set win in the semifinals against cross-town rival Pau-Wa-Lu (22-25, 25-16, 15-10).

Eagle Valley (Carson City) edged past CVMS in the championship match, 25-17, 26-24.

“The girls had a great season,” coach Kevin Huff noted. “I am so very proud of each of these girls and what they accomplished this year. They continued to work hard every day in practice and played their best games at the tournament.”

Huff pointed out that all 15 players on the team contributed service points during the season, including Makena Spohr (31), Chloe Wilken (42), Bailey Rozier (43), Mallory Rasmusson (5), Brooke Walter (35), Emerson DuFloth (17), Brooke McCullough (15), Makayla Peden (23), Zoe Butterfield (10), Eva McNinch (7), Soleil Cariaga (38), Kylie Compton (8), Avery Hardiman (23), Ashlyn Rodgers (14) and Reagan Brown (13).