STHS tennis rebounds vs. Wooster |

STHS tennis rebounds vs. Wooster

Staff report

After experiencing a 14-4 loss to Carson on Tuesday, the South Tahoe boys’ tennis team returned the favor to Wooster on Thursday when the Vikings recorded a 14-4 Sierra League victory in Reno.

South Tahoe’s singles lineup of Jimmy Roberts, Zach Kropf and Sean Brower combined for nine victories in the win, the first time all season the singles swept all their matches. The doubles team of Nick Smith and Tyler Venema won its second-round match 6-1 before being replaced by an underclassmen team.

The doubles team of Jordan Zaeger and Cameron Chase won its second-round match 6-0, while the all-freshman team of Nick Kushner and Michael Weber won 6-1, 6-2 in the first two rounds.

South Tahoe (3-3) hosts North Tahoe on Tuesday at 3 p.m. at STHS. The South Tahoe girls’ match against Wooster on Thursday at STHS was postponed due to inclement weather. A make-up date hasn’t been announced.

Warriors pound Lovelock

Tierney McKool had two goals, while Hannah Daly added one goal and an assist in leading the Whittell girls’ soccer team to a 6-0 nonleague victory over Lovelock on Thursday in Zephyr Cove.

Megan Alexander and Sasha Rupp each had two assists, while Gabi Tracy, Natalie Rastello and Blake Bourne scored one goal apiece. Holly Brumbach also assisted for the Warriors (6-2), who had more than 30 shots while keeping the Mustangs to zero shots on goal.

Whittell hosts Battle Mountain on Saturday at noon in Zephyr Cove.

Results from the South Tahoe volleyball team’s Sierra League match on Thursday at Reno were unavailable at press time. The Vikings were 4-7 overall and 0-1 in league heading into the match.

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