Truckee Wolverines wrap-ups: Volleyball in third place |

Truckee Wolverines wrap-ups: Volleyball in third place

Photo by Josh Miller/Sierra SunAs of Oct. 4, the Truckee Wolverines varsity volleyball team was deadlocked with North Tahoe for third place in the Northern 3A. Truckee beat North Tahoe to open the season.

Only halfway through its 16-game Northern 3A schedule, as of Oct. 1, the Wolverines had already surpassed their league win total (4) of last season.

@ Dayton, Sept. 28

Dayton 3, Truckee 0

Truckee Dayton

Game one: 20 25

Game two: 19 25

Game three: 20 25

Alisa Garrison: 7 kills

vs. Yerington, Sept. 30

Truckee 3, Yerington 2

Yerington Truckee

Game one: 18 25

Game two: 25 22

Game three: 31 33

Game four: 25 18

Game five: 9 15

@ Fernley, Oct. 5

Truckee 3, Fernley 0

Truckee Fernley

Game one: 25 20

Game two: 25 15

Game three: 25 20

Mary Delgadillo: 4 kills

Alisa Garrison: 5 kills

Junior varsity boys soccer

vs. North Tahoe, Oct. 1

Truckee 7, North Tahoe 0

Goal Asst.

R. Martinez (none)

R. Martinez A. Prouty

A. Virrey J. Eberhardt

A. Apolinar V. Islas

J. Yanez V. Islas

A. Virrey (none)

R. Martinez J. Yanez

Shutout: GK Will Akers

– Truckee record 4-0-1

Junior varsity girls soccer

vs. North Tahoe, Oct. 1

Truckee 3, North Tahoe 0

Goal Asst.

A. Fallow K. Stephens

S. Deen C. Nicholas

R. Greenbach S. Deen

Shutout: R. Greenbach/A. Loudenclos

– Truckee record 5-0

Varsity boys soccer

After shutout wins over Lowry (3-0) and Rite of Passage (14-0), the varsity boys soccer team has blanked six different teams this season to improve its record to 6-1 overall and 4-1 in the Northern 3A.

Against Rite of Passage, Kevin Flynn, Erik Newland and Manuel Raab each had three goals. Raab, from Germany, has been a great addition to the team since he came to Truckee as a foreign exchange student.

Support Local Journalism


Support Local Journalism

Readers around Lake Tahoe, Truckee, and beyond make the Sierra Sun's work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.

Your donation will help us continue to cover COVID-19 and our other vital local news.

Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User