Sonnemann two-run single closes out win |

Sonnemann two-run single closes out win

Dawson Coman, left, and Reagan Roberson, both 2017 Douglas High School graduates, saw action on the field for the Nevada Wolf Pack Saturday during the annual Silver and Blue spring game at Mackay Stadium in Reno. Roberson will come into the 2018 football season as a sophomore tight end and fullback. Coman was invited to participate in spring drills as a freshman running back.
Brad Coman

Here’s a breakdown of Carson Valley athletes who have graduated from high school and now compete in college:


KELLY SONNEMANN — Humboldt State University, 2014 Douglas graduate: Sonnemann made her final home at-bat for the Lumberjacks a memorable one with a two-run single in the sixth inning that closed out Humboldt State’s 12-4 win in game two of a doubleheader against Sonoma State. The senior catcher was 2-for-4 with two runs scored in the game.

CORRYNE DIAZ — Thomas University (Thomasville, Ga.), 2017 Douglas graduate: Diaz improved her season batting average to .262 after she went 2-for-5 with one run scored to help the Night Hawks sweep a double header from St. Thomas, 2-0 and 16-2, on Friday in Miami Lakes, Fla. On Thursday, the freshman designated hitter went 1-for-4 with a double and three RBI in an 8-3 win over Ave Maria, Fla. She has hit safely in nine of her last 10 games. The Night Hawks were 35-13 for the season overall and ranked No. 14 in the NAIA Softball Coaches Top 25 Poll coming into the Sun Conference Tournament this week.

KYLIE SWAN — Marshalltown Community College, 2017 Douglas graduate: Swan hit 3-for-5 with one RBI, one stolen base and three runs scored on April 24 to help the Tigers take an 11-10 win in game two of a double header at Iowa Lakes in Estherville, IA. The freshman shortstop also went 2-for-4 in the Tigers’ 5-2 loss in game one and ended her season with a .322 average, one home run and 16 RBI. The Tigers finished with a 15-24 overall record after losing back-to-back games at the Region XI Division I Tournament in Ottumwa, IA.

SHAENA ROBINSON — Marshalltown Community College (Marshalltown, IA), 2016 Douglas graduate: Robinson hit 1-for-4 with a double and two RBI in the win against Iowa Lakes. The sophomore outfielder ended her sophomore season with a team-leading .435 average, 16 home runs and 41 RBI.

ALLISON MEYER — George Fox University (Newberg, Ore.), 2016 Douglas graduate: Meyer earned honorable mention recognition on the all-Northwest Conference team after a season in which she led the conference in home runs (15), ranked third in RBIs (29) and second in slugging percentage (.855).

KALI SARGENT — University of Nevada, 2015 Douglas graduate: Sargent allowed three runs (two earned) on four hits in 3.2 innings of relief for the Wolf Pack Friday in a 9-4 loss against UNLV in Las Vegas.


KALEB FOSTER — University of Nevada, 2015 Douglas graduate: Foster hit 2-for-3 with an RBI single in the eighth inning on Friday in the Wolf Pack’s 9-6 defeat at Nebraska. The junior catcher is hitting .319 for the season. Nevada opens a three game Mountain West series against Fresno State tonight at 6 p.m. at Peccole Park in Reno.

TOMAS LEITENBAUER — Williston State College (Williston, N.D.), 2016 Douglas graduate: Leitenbauer hit 2-for-3 with a double and one RBI on Sunday in a 12-9 win at Bismarck State. His double helped ignite a six-run sixth inning rally that erased a 6-5 deficit. He also went 2-for-4 on Saturday in a 14-11 win over Bismarck State. The left fielder is hitting .271 in 34 games this season.


AMBER TAYLOR — William Jessup University (Rocklin, Calif.), 2014 Douglas graduate: Taylor ran for a third-place 4×400 relay team (4:08.47) at the Golden State Athletic Conference Championships last weekend in Santa Barbara. Taylor ran the second leg and for the third straight year helped William Jessup post a top-three finish in the relay event. The senior also placed third in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a 12:32.81 clocking.

EMMA HERRON — William Jessup University, 2016 Sierra Lutheran graduate: Herron placed fifth to score four points for the Warriors in the women’s 10,000 meters at the Golden State Athletic Conference Championships. She ran a time of 47:12.49.

Editor’s note: Please send an email to Dave Price at if a student-athlete has been left out.