Sports Roundup: Whittell seeking JV basketball, varsity softball coaches, Lake Tahoe CC soccer teams in second, Warriors girls soccer beats Fernley
WHITTELL HIGH SEEKING JV BASKETBALL, VARSITY SOFTBALL COACHES
Whittell High School has openings for boys and girls junior varsity basketball coaches in the winter and varsity softball coach in the spring. For more information or to apply, contact Whittell athletic director Steve Maltase at 775-815-9488 or email@example.com.
LAKE TAHOE CC SOCCER TEAMS IN 2ND PLACE MIDWAY THROUGH CONFERENCE PLAY
REDDING, Calif. — The Lake Tahoe Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams wrapped up the first round of Golden Valley Conference play on the road Tuesday, Oct. 18. In a doubleheader against Shasta College at Redding Soccer Park, both teams produced results that put them in second place at the halfway point.
Lake Tahoe’s men’s team (8-3-5, 4-0-2 GVC) remained undefeated in conference play with a 6-1 win over Shasta (3-9, 1-5). Freshman Sean Keith tallied a hat trick and an assist, while sophomores Ben Sapsed and Jack Larter found the back of the net along with freshman Josh Anderson.
The Coyotes women’s team (7-4-3, 4-1-1) played to a scoreless tie with Shasta (5-3-4, 1-1-4) in the second game of the doubleheader. The draw ended a stretch of two straight wins for LTCC.
Both teams return to action with a home doubleheader against Butte College on Friday, Oct. 21. The women’s game is scheduled for 2 p.m. with the men’s game to follow.
WARRIORS GIRLS SOCCER DOWNS FERNLEY 6-1, COPSY RECORDS HAT TRICK
FERNLEY, Nev. — The Whittell girls soccer remained undefeated in 2A Northern League play with a lopsided road win Tuesday, Oct. 18. The Warriors beat Fernley 6-1, led by three goals and two assists from senior Ali Copsy.
Whittell (8-1-1, 7-0-1 2A Northern) also got two goals from senior Gigi Stetler and one from sophomore Isabella Cibulsky in Tuesday’s win. Sophomores Anna White and Madison Burch added an assist apiece against Fernley (3-5-3. 2-3-2).
The Warriors have road matches at Battle Mountain (Friday, Oct. 21), Pershing County (Saturday, Oct. 22) and Dayton (Tuesday, Oct. 25) before concluding the regular season with a two-game homestand. The first of those games comes Friday, Oct. 28, against West Wendover at 11 a.m.
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