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North Tahoe’s boys and girls cross country teams placed first in a meet at Dayton on Wednesday.

The Laker boys won handily, posting a winning score of 40 points. Whittell was second with 58 points, followed by Dayton (62 points), Fernley (105), Yerington (112), Silver Stage (153) and ROP (157).

Individually, North Tahoe sophomore Hugo Ramirez led the Lakers with a fourth-place finish in 19 minutes, 43 seconds. Dayton’s Logan Ingersall took the top spot with a time of 19:09.



Miles Heapes was sixth overall in 20:15. He was followed by teammates Carson Clark (20:31), Bobby Carabetta (20:58), Luke Funicella (21:42), Griffin Lancaster (23:20), and John Baker (27:45).

On the girls’ side, the Lakers finished with a winning score of 32 points to Dayton’s 57 points. Silver Stage was third with 82, followed by Fernley (98 points), Whittell (115) and Yerington (136).



Individually, North Tahoe junior Sierra Postler led the Lakers in third place with a time of 25:12. Silver Stage runner Mariah Gramolini won in 23:25.

Maiya Greenwood finished close behind Postler with a time of 25:16 and was trailed by teammates Julia Levy (26:31), Carly Postler (27:31), Nicole Ramm (28:17), Amber Postler (28:48) and Cassidy Curtin (30:02). There were five other Lakers who raced.

Up next: North Tahoe runners will participate in the Lake Tahoe Marathon on Sunday.

The Truckee High volleyball team defeated Dayton in three games, 25-17, 25-12, 25-22, on the road Thursday.

The Wolverines are now 3-1 in Northern 3A league play and 12-4 overall.

Seniors Callan Finney and Nikki Schneider led Truckee with 15 kills apiece, while Finney added 16 digs. Michelle Hoehn finished with eight kills and three blocks for the Wolverines, and Kati Murphy had seven kills and three blocks.

Up next: Truckee competes in the Carmichael Tournament on Saturday and hosts a nonleague match with North Valleys on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Truckee’s girls soccer team lost a nonleague game 2-1 at Galena on Thursday.

Truckee head coach Amy Valdivia said that while there were a few bright moments for her team, the Wolverines were not on their game.

“They just didn’t last for the entire 80 minutes,” she said. “We were not playing our best team ball.”

Senior co-captain Addie Shaffer put Truckee on the board in the 78th minute. It was an impressive goal, Valdivia said, as Shaffer knocked a header into the upper corner of the net off a cross from Kelsi Decker in heavy traffic.

“It was really nice,” Valdivia said.

Up next: Truckee hosts Whittell on Tuesday at 2 p.m. The boys play at 5 p.m.


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