Sargent to play for Nevada
Here is a breakdown on Carson Valley athletes who have graduated from high school and now compete in college:
KALI SARGENT — University of Nevada, 2015 Douglas graduate: Sargent transferred to Nevada for the fall semester from Sacramento City College, where she played one season. The Panthers won the 2016 Big 8 Conference title and finished as the California community college state tournament runner-up. Sargent earned conference Pitcher of the Year and all-state honors during a season in which she went 26-5 with 219 strikeouts and a 1.36 earned run average.
LINDSEY ADAMS — University of Nevada, 2015 Douglas graduate: Adams ran 21:59 for 6,000 meters to finish 44th Friday at the Mountain West Championships in Kuna, Idaho.
NATHANAEL WILLIAMS — Colorado School of Mines (Golden, Colo.), 2012 Sierra Lutheran High School graduate: Williams placed second on Oct. 22 at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships in Spearfish, S.D. Williams ran 25:18 for 8,000 meters, less than two seconds behind Adams State freshman Sydney Gidabuday. The Orediggers will run Saturday at the NCAA Division II South Central Regionals in Denver.
WESLEY HUNDLEY — Earlham College (Richmond, Ind.), 2014 Douglas graduate: Hundley had a hand in both of Earlham’s touchdowns Saturday during a 65-13 loss at Manchester University (Indiana). He scored on a 4-yard run in the second quarter and threw a 69-yard touchdown pass to Alec Dews with 11 seconds left to play. Overall, Hundley played quarterback and was six-for-10 pass with 194 yards, plus he rushed for a team-high 42 yards on 10 carries and caught one pass for 25 yards.
ANDREW JENSEN — University of Jamestown (Jamestown, N.D.), 2015 Douglas graduate: Jensen was credited with four tackles (one solo, three assists) Saturday in the Jimmies’ 27-21 rivalry win at home against Valley City State (N.D.) in the 117th renewal of the Paint Bucket series.
CARMEN SHAW — Felician College (Rutherford, N.J.), 2015 Douglas graduate: The sophomore middle blocker had eight kills and two blocks Saturday in Felician’s 3-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference loss at home against Goldey-Beacom College.
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