Prep Wrap: Undefeated Truckee boys’ soccer set for North Tahoe matchup

Gallery caption: The Truckee boys’ soccer team will host rivals North Tahoe on Tuesday at home at 6 p.m. | Hans Baumann / Abdiver Photography

The Truckee boys’ soccer team shutout its third straight opponent on Saturday, taking a 5-0 win at home against Dayton.

The Wolverines have now outscored their last three opponents by a margin of 20-0.

Truckee (6-0) will travel to face rivals North Tahoe for a non-league matchup on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Last week, the Lakers knocked off another Tahoe rival, topping South Tahoe, 2-1.

Truckee girls remain unbeaten

The Truckee girls’ soccer team remained undefeated, following a pair of dominant non-league wins against Fernley and Dayton.

The Lady Wolverines first ran away with an 9-0 win on the road against Fernley on Thursday. Truckee then captured an 8-0 win at Dayton on Saturday.

Truckee (5-0) will renew its rivalry with North Tahoe (3-1) on Tuesday at home at 3 p.m.

The Lady Lakers are coming off a pair of dominant victories of their own, having topped Pershing Count, 15-0, on Friday, before taking an 11-0 win at home against Battle Mountain the following day.

Wolverines make it two straight

The Truckee football team continued to ride the momentum of its first win of the season, traveling to the interior of Nevada for a 39-11 against Spring Creek.

The Wolverines piled up more than 200 yards on the ground during Thursday’s game, and were led by senior Damon Parisi, who ran for 61 yards and a touchdown. Senior Jason Roth also scored a touchdown and had 50 yards rushing.

Through the air, junior quarterback Julian Hall threw for 120 yards and three touchdowns. Senior tight end Tyler Lamperti led the way with 55 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns. Junior Dylan Sumner hauled in a 24-yard pass for the team’s other receiving touchdown.

Defensively, sophomore Max Ellermeyer intercepted a pass and returned it 44 yards for a touchdown as part of a defensive effort that featured 11 tackles and a sack. Lamperti also intercepted a pass. Senior Peter Reoutt led the team with 12 tackles, including three tackles for a loss. Junior Donivan Lopez also hit double digits in tackles, finishing the game with 11 stops, including a team-high 1.5 sacks. Truckee finished the game with six sacks in total.

On special teams, junior Wyatt Whichert blocked a punt.

Truckee (2-2) will return home Saturday to face North Valleys (3-0) in the teams’ first of five league games to end the regular season.

Truckee is 2-0 all time against North Valleys. Kickoff is slated for 1:30 p.m. at Surprise Stadium.

North Tahoe football falls to 0-2

The North Tahoe football team traveled to Battle Mountain Friday night and suffered a 40-13 defeat.

The Lakers (0-2) will host West Wendover (0-2) in a league matchup on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Truckee volleyball makes statement

The Truckee girls’ volleyball team made their annual two-day road trip to face Elko and Spring Creek last weekend, and came away with a pair of wins.

Since opening their non-league Class 3A schedule, Truckee has topped six opponents while losing four sets.

The team was without five seniors for the trip, according to Head Coach John Decrescenzo, who added that Truckee’s three sophomores — Isabel Smart, Zara Arrington, and Kate Culpepper — stepped up during the two-game trip.

Senior Mia Paulson led the way on Friday against Elko with 15 kills. Sophomore Isabel Smart and senior Callie Rule posted team highs with 17 kills the following day against Spring Creek.

Truckee (8-1) will open league play on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Sparks.

Lady Lakers fall against Pershing County

After picking up a fourth straight win Friday, the North Tahoe girls’ volleyball team suffered a 3-1 loss at home Saturday to Pershing County.

Sophomore Alana Hendricks led the Lakers with 19 kills, and sophomore Lola Williams chipped in with 10 kills. Senior Valeria Martin had a team-high 25 assists.

North Tahoe (5-3, 4-1 Northern League) will travel to play Yerington (9-3, 4-0 Northern League) on Friday.

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