North Tahoe prep roundup: Boys, girls tennis teams nab first wins
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Payton Black and Maile Markham each scored a goal, leading the North Tahoe girls soccer team to a 2-0 win over Lowry in 3A Northern action last Wednesday at Lowry High School.
The Lakers’ Lindsey Twomey, Ella Kellenberger and Markham distributed one assist apiece.
On Friday, Markham buried three shots into the net, but it wasn’t enough in North Tahoe’s 3-3 tie against Fallon.
Twomey, AJ Hurt and Olivia Sproehnle assisted on Markham’s hat-trick.
The Lakers (4-1-1) clash with rival Incline at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Incline Village.
In boys action, North Tahoe had little trouble with Fallon, cruising to an 8-0 league win Friday in Tahoe City.
The Lakers (3-3-1) face off with rival Incline at 5 p.m. Wednesday in Incline Village.
Volleyball: Lakers fall to Lovelock
Despite claiming the opening set, the North Tahoe volleyball team couldn’t keep the pace in a 3-1 loss to Lovelock last Thursday.
The Lakers started with a 25-20 win before surrending the ensuing three sets 25-14, 25-19 and 25-21.
Sarah Shoberg led North Tahoe with six kills and a whopping 22 digs. Jillian Argiris added five kills and 12 digs. Alondra Leon chipped in 13 digs.
tennis: Boys, girls nab first wins
Led by Emma Appleton and Kacy Wright’s three singles wins apiece, the North Tahoe girls tennis team rolled to its first win of the season, 12-6 over Sparks last Tuesday at Sparks High School.
In doubles, the Lakers’ duos of Ronnie Goldstone/Emily Tewksbury and Myla Kahn/Anna Mowris nabbed three wins each.
Two days later, the Lakers (1-4) didn’t have enough firepower in a 14-4 loss on the road to Fallon.
Meanwhile, the North Tahoe boys tennis team breezed to victory over Sparks last Tuesday before falling short to Fallon on Thursday.
The Lakers thumped the Railroaders 17-1 at home to capture their first win of the season. North Tahoe (1-5) nearly won its second straight, but was edged by the Greenwave 10-8. The Lakers’ hard-fought effort was led by Murphy Scott’s three singles wins.
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