South Shore team wins Incline tourney |

South Shore team wins Incline tourney

South Shore team wins Incline tourney

Staff Reports

Matt Bryant scored a team-high 21 points and Clint Joaquin added 19 points as the Conant Stone and Tile team from South Shore beat the North Shore’s Blue Onion 62-46 in the championship game of the Incline Village Parks and Recreation Department’s Spring Adult Basketball League.

Recent South Tahoe High graduate Jared Wood, who will play for Cabrillo College next year, scored 13 points in the game that was played on June 20. Blue Onion was led by Trevor Lorz, who tied with Bryant for a game-high 21 points.

Conant Stone and Tile also won the Kahle basketball league.

WHS hoops place second

Despite being limited to six or seven players, Whittell girls’ basketball coach Nathan Tolbert led the Warriors to a second-place finish at the 2006 Summertime Small School Championships last weekend in Virginia City.

On Saturday, Whittell lost to the Bishop Manogue JVs 30-28 and North Tahoe 43-26 before beating Lovelock 46-22 in its third game. On Sunday, the Warriors ended the tournament with a 41-38 victory over Hawthorne to finish 2-2 in their group, which was good for second place.

STHS x-country already running

South Tahoe cross country coach Dan Wilvers has announced he will be leading training sessions this summer at the South Tahoe High School football field. The Viking boys are meeting Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 a.m., while the girls are meeting daily, Monday through Friday, also at 8:30 a.m.

These unofficial runs are open to current members of both teams as well those interested in joining one of the teams next year. For more information, call coach Wilvers at (530) 541-6176.

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