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STHS, Whittell teams ranked in first polls of season

The South Tahoe High girls’ soccer team and the Whittell High volleyball team are ranked in the first Sierra Nevada Sports Media Polls of the season.

South Tahoe is rated fourth after a semifinal finish in a tournament hosted by Galena last weekend.

Whittell, a six-time defending state champion, debuted at eighth in the volleyball poll. The Warriors open their season Friday at the High Sierra tournament at Galena High School in Reno.



SIERRA NEVADA SPORTS MEDIA POLLS

Northern Region Top Ten



(First place votes are in parentheses)

Football

Team Pts Pvs

1. Reed (5) 50 1

2. McQueen 43 3

3. Hug 33 2

4. Douglas 30 4

5. Damonte Ranch 29 5

6. Galena 24 10

7. Manogue 23 7

8. Truckee 15 8

9. Carson 14 NR

10. Fernley 8 NR

Others receiving votes: Reno 6.

Volleyball

Team Pts 2008

1. Damonte Ranch (2) 29 4

2. Manogue (1) 26 1

3. Douglas 26 2

4. Reno 20 3

5. Yerington 19 5

6. Truckee 14 6

7. Carson 10 7

8. Whittell 9 9

9. McQueen 5 8

10. Galena 4 10

Others receiving votes: Reed 2.

Boys’ Soccer

Team Pts 2008

1. Carson (1) 26 3

2. Galena 25 2

3. Truckee (1) 24 1

4. Manogue (1) 21 5

5. Incline 20 6

6. Wooster 18 4

7. Reed 11 8

8. Sparks 9 9

9. North Tahoe 5 NR

10. Spanish Springs 3 10

Others receiving votes: South Tahoe 2, Hug 1, Elko 1.

Girls’ Soccer

Team Pts 2008

1. Douglas (2) 29 3

2. Truckee (1) 28 2

3. Reed 22 1

4. South Tahoe 21 6

5. Elko 17 5

6. Galena 16 4

7. Carson 14 7

8. Spring Creek 7 8

9. Spanish Springs 5 9

10. Incline 4 NR

Others receiving votes: McQueen 3, North Tahoe 1.


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