Truckee prep sports roundup: Wolverines roll in volleyball, girls soccer
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TRUCKEE, Calif. — Volleyball: Wolverines sweep Railroaders
Maia Dvoracek racked up 11 kills and 12 digs, leading the Truckee volleyball team to a 3-0 (25-14, 25-14, 25-9) sweep of Sparks in a 3A-Northern League opener last Wednesday at Truckee High School.
Madison Bromley added 11 kills and five service aces for the Wolverines, who improve to 5-4 overall and 1-0 in the league.
Girls soccer: Wolverines roll Greenwave
Zareli Villa and Amber Simonpietri each recorded hat-tricks, steering the Truckee girls soccer team past Fallon (Churchill County) 7-1 in a 3A-Northern League showdown last Friday.
Ava Seelenfreund also found the back of the net for Truckee, which peppered 13 shots on Greenwave’s net.
Two days earlier, Seelenfreund scored three goals to anchor the Wolverines’ 5-2 league win over Sparks last Wednesday. Truckee’s Marley Simpson tacked on two goals to round out the scoring.
The unbeaten Wolverines (3-0, 2-0 3A-Northern) are on the road for a league match at Spring Creek at 5 p.m. Friday.
Tennis: boys, girls topple sparks
The Truckee boys tennis team nabbed two league wins last week, toppling Sparks 16-2 at home last Tuesday and dropping Fallon 13-5 on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the Truckee girls tennis teams went 1-1 last week. The Wolverines cruised past Sparks 16-2 last Tuesday on the road before getting edged at home by Fallon 10-0 on Thursday.
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