Truckee soccer | Girls shut out Vaqueros on road |

Truckee soccer | Girls shut out Vaqueros on road

Staff report
Trucckee senior Kaylee "Ned" Neill, shown in a recent game against South Tahoe, scored two goals in a 5-0 win at Fernley on Tuesday.
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Northern Division I-A standings (as of Thursday)


Team League Points

x-Sparks 14-1-0 42

x-Truckee 12-1-1 37

x-South Tahoe 12-3-0 36

Fallon 6-6-3 21

Elko 6-8-1 19

Lowry 5-6-3 18

Spring Creek 6-9-0 18

Dayton 1-14-0 3

Fernley 0-14-0 0


Team League Points

x-South Tahoe 12-1-2 38

x-Truckee 11-2-1 34

x-Fallon 10-2-2 32

x-Elko 10-4-1 31

Spring Creek 8-7-0 24

Lowry 5-9-0 15

Fernley 4-11-0 12

Sparks 2-11-0 6

Dayton 0-15-0 0

x-clinch playoff berth, top 4 advance

The Truckee girls soccer team has proven it can win in cold weather.

In frigid conditions at Fernley on Tuesday, senior Kaylee Neill and junior Emma Warren scored two goals apiece to help lead the Wolverines to a 5-0 Division I-A victory over the Vaqueros.

The boys game in Truckee was postponed till Friday due to the snow.

Neill opened the scoring with a goal assisted by Karina Rivera in the 10th minute. Warren followed with the first of her two scores just one minute later, assisted by Marcelle Reynaud, while Warren extended the lead to 3-0 with a goal assisted by Tessa Manahan in the 27th minute.

Neil buried her second goal about six minutes into the second half, using an assist from Kayla Redner. Lynde Tucker scored the fifth and final goal assisted by Reynaud in the 62nd minute.

The playoff-bound Truckee girls, who improved to 12-2-1 in league, play at Sparks (2-12-0) on Saturday at 1 p.m. and host a makeup game against Fallon (11-2-2) on Thursday.

The Truckee boys (12-1-1) play at Fallon (6-6-3) on Thursday and host a makeup game against Fernley (0-14-0) on Friday at 3 p.m. to end the regular season.

Fallon will host the Northern Division I-A regional tournaments on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8-9. Check the NIAA website ( for playoff brackets once the standings are finalized this weekend.

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