North Tahoe prep roundup: NTHS football falls to Wells, boys soccer shuts out South Tahoe |

North Tahoe prep roundup: NTHS football falls to Wells, boys soccer shuts out South Tahoe

Staff report

The North Tahoe football team never settled in during a 40-8 loss to Wells on Saturday at North Tahoe High School.

The Lakers were put on the ropes right out of the gate, giving up four touchdowns to the Leopards in the first quarter to trail 28-8.

North Tahoe (2-3) will look to bounce back at McDermitt (1-2) at noon Saturday.

Boys soccer: North Tahoe blanks South Tahoe, ties Truckee

The North Tahoe boys soccer team shut out South Tahoe, 4-0, in a 3A Northern League showdown Friday in Tahoe City.

Last Tuesday, the Lakers gritted to a 2-2 tie with rival Truckee in league action.

North Tahoe (5-2-5, 4-0-4) hosts Elko at 4 p.m. Friday.

Volleyball: Lakers sunk by Yerington

Jillian Argiris’ seven kills and three digs weren’t enough for the North Tahoe volleyball team in a 3-0 (25-13, 25-10, 25-14) 2A Northern League loss to Yerington on Saturday in Tahoe City.

The Lakers’ Imi Strydom had three digs, Nell Shorin had three aces and Sarah Shoberg had three blocks.

The Lions (16-7), who lead the league with a 7-0 mark, were led by Ashley Rife’s 12 kills.

On Thursday, North Tahoe was ousted by rival Incline 3-0 (25-14, 25-11, 25-17).

Argiris led the Lakers with three kills. Strydom and Shoberg added two kills each.

North Tahoe (1-10, 0-5) is on the road this week with matches against Silver Stage, Pershing County and Battle Mountain.

Girls soccer: Lakers fall to Vikings, Wolverines

The North Tahoe girls soccer team fell behind 1-0 in the second minute and never recovered in a 4-0 3A Northern League loss Friday in South Lake Tahoe.

Last Wednesday, the Lakers were toppled by Truckee, 7-1, in league action at Truckee High School. Maile Markham scored North Tahoe’s lone goal on an assist from Olivia Sproehnle.

North Tahoe (4-5-2, 2-4-2) hosts Wooster at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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