North Tahoe prep roundup: Laker boys soccer thumps Fallon 17-1
October 18, 2016
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — The North Tahoe boys soccer team might still be scoring goals.
The Lakers outscored their opposition by a staggering 24-2 tally last week, trouncing Fallon 17-1 on the road last Wednesday before routing Lowry 7-1 at home Friday.
North Tahoe (9-2-5, 8-0-4) hosts Incline and Sparks this week.
Girls soccer: Lakers roll past Buckaroos, Greenwave
Maile Markham scored two goals, leading the North Tahoe girls soccer team to a 3-1 3A Northern League win over Lowry on Friday at North Tahoe High School.
The Lakers’ Casey Garrity joined Markham in the scoring column with a goal. Piper Joubert, AJ Hurt and Magnolia Neu each had an assist.
Last Wednesday, Olivia Sproehnle netted a pair of goals to lift North Tahoe to a 3-1 home win over Fallon. Joubert added a goal to round out the scoring.
Neu led in assists with two, followed by Markham with one.
North Tahoe (7-7-2, 5-5-2) squares off with Incline and Sparks this week.
Volleyball: Lakers top Falcons, fall to Bobcats
The North Tahoe volleyball team defeated Sierra Lutheran 3-1 (25-21, 25-19, 22-25, 25-21) last Tuesday in Carson City.
On Friday, the Lakers never found its footing in a 3-0 loss (25-7, 25-13, 25-11) at White Pine.
North Tahoe (2-12) hosts Silver Stage on Wednesday and travels to Silver Stage on Friday.
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