Sports Roundup: Whittell girls soccer wins road matches, South Tahoe volleyball sweeps Sparks in home finale
WHITTELL GIRLS SOCCER DELIVERS ROAD WINS, REMAINS UNBEATEN IN LEAGUE
The Whittell girls soccer team extended its undefeated run through 2A Northern League play with a pair of road wins last weekend, Oct. 21-22. The Warriors beat Battle Mountain 10-0 and Pershing County 3-2 in consecutive days while winding down an extended stretch of road matches.
Whittell (10-1-1, 9-0-1 2A Northern) played at Dayton on Tuesday, Oct. 25, the last of seven straight road contests. The Warriors conclude the regular season with a two-game homestand Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28-29, against West Wendover and White Pine — both matches are scheduled for 11 a.m.
SOUTH TAHOE VOLLEYBALL SWEEPS SPARKS IN HOME FINALE
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — The South Tahoe volleyball team wrapped up its home slate in style Friday, Oct. 21. The Vikings swept winless Sparks 25-13, 25-18, 25-20 in a 3A Northern League match at the Blue Gym.
Senior Zoe Mosedale led the Vikings on Friday with a team-high nine kills on .350 hitting to go along with two aces. Junior McKenna Brewer finished with seven kills, four aces and four solo blocks while senior Maya Brosch added six kills.
The Vikings served 13 aces against Sparks, led by six from Sarah Smith — the senior also tallied 13 digs. Senior Ashley Bricker led South Tahoe defensively with 19 digs.
South Tahoe (16-7, 9-5 3A Northern) concludes its league campaign with two road matches. The Vikings played at Truckee on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and face Fernley on the road Thursday, Oct. 27.
VIKINGS BOYS SOCCER PLAYS TO SCORELESS DRAW AGAINST SPRING CREEK
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — The South Tahoe boys soccer team played Spring Creek to a scoreless draw in 3A Northern League action Saturday, Oct. 22, at Viking Stadium. The tie helped the Vikings bounce back from a 3-1 home loss to Elko a day earlier.
South Tahoe (3-11-3, 3-9-2 3A Northern) returned to action at Fallon on Tuesday, Oct. 25. The Vikings conclude the regular season at home against North Tahoe on Saturday, Oct. 29 — kickoff at Viking Stadium is scheduled for noon.
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