Sports Roundup: South Tahoe girls soccer delivers first win, Vikings boys tennis remains unbeaten
VIKINGS GIRLS SOCCER DELIVERS FIRST WIN OF SEASON
WINNEMUCCA, Nev. — In its 3A Northern League opener, the South Tahoe girls soccer team held on for a road victory Wednesday, Sept. 7. The Vikings beat Lowry 3-2 to notch their first win of the season.
South Tahoe (1-2, 1-0 3A Northern) got goals from senior Ana Garcia, junior Samantha Frates and sophomore Riley Turner in the win — junior Annie Brejc added an assist. The match was tied 1-1 at halftime, and the Vikings scored twice after the break to hold off Lowry (0-1, 0-1).
The Vikings make their home debut Friday, Sept. 9, in a league match against Sparks. Kickoff at South Tahoe Middle School is scheduled for 5 p.m.
SOUTH TAHOE BOYS TENNIS BEATS NORTH TAHOE, REMAINS UNDEFEATED
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — The South Tahoe boys tennis team continued an undefeated start to its 2016 season in dominant fashion Tuesday, Sept. 6. The Vikings beat North Tahoe 16-2 on the road, for their third straight victory to start the campaign.
South Tahoe (3-0 3A Northern) swept all six sets in the first two rounds to secure the victory. The Vikings started subbing in the second round, and still took all nine doubles sets — including a 6-0, 6-0, 6-2 sweep from the No. 1 doubles team of Bryin Schouten and Jackson Kuzmik.
The Vikings’ girls team (2-1) picked up a forfeit victory over the Lakers on Tuesday, further delaying its home opener. Both teams returned to action Thursday, Sept. 8 against Sparks.
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