Hundley gains 284 yards for Quakers
Here is a breakdown on Carson Valley athletes who have graduated from high school and now compete in college:
WESLEY HUNDLEY — Earlham College (Richmond, Ind.), 2014 Douglas graduate: Hundley did it all for Earlham offensively Saturday in a 59-28 loss at home against Defiance College. The junior caught 10 passes for 130 yards before he came on to play quarterback. Hundley completed seven of 10 passes for 87 yards with one touchdown, plus he rushed 10 times for 67 yards and another touchdown. He accounted for 284 of the Quakers’ 337 yards in total offense.
JOSH DISBRO — Feather River College (Quincy, Calif.), 2015 Coleville graduate: Disbro, a 6-2, 275-pound sophomore defensive lineman was in on one solo tackle for Feather River in its 58-24 loss against Shasta Saturday.
MCKENNA KYNETT — Boise State University, 2016 Douglas graduate: Kynett started and had one shot on goal in 67 minutes on the field Sunday in the Broncos’ 2-0 loss against Air Force. Boise State is scheduled to play Nevada on Oct. 23 in Reno.
CAITLYN JONES — Academy of Art University (San Francisco), 2015 Douglas graduate: Jones started on the defensive line for the Urban Knights in two games this past week, a 1-0 loss against Holy Names Monday night in Hayward, Calif., and 3-2 win against Chaminade on Sept. 26. Silvia Fernstrom also started and had one shot on goal in each of those games.
SHAY WORLEY — Hartford University (West Hartford, Conn.), 2015 Douglas graduate: Worley had 13 digs and one assist for Hartford in its 3-2 win at UMass Lowell on Sept. 24.
SADIE GASTELUM — California State University-Chico, 2012 Douglas graduate: Gastelum placed sixth in a strong field at the Capital Cross Challenge Saturday in Sacramento. The senior ran 20:55 for 6,000 meters at Haggin Oak Golf Complex to finish behind only five Division I runners (Arizona State standout Chelsey Albertson won the race in 20:20). Chico State finished fifth overall in the 19-team field and second in the non-Division I team scoring. Gastelum, a returning All-American, was just six seconds off her personal best time set at last year’s NCAA Division II Championships.
NATHANAEL WILLIAMS — Colorado School of Mines (Golden, Colo.), 2012 Sierra Lutheran High School graduate: Williams placed fifth in the Division II race Saturday at the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival hosted by the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Williams, a senior, ran 24:120 for the 8,000-meter (4.97 miles) course in Fayetteville, Ark. The Orediggers, ranked No. 1 in the nation in Division II, also won the men’s team title.
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