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Preps 4B REN0GAZETTE-J0URNAL7RGJ.COM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2002 4A 1. McQueen 12-0 Last week: Defeated Reno, 37-6. This week: Vs. Palo Verde, Saturday, 1 p.m. 2. Desert Pines 11-1 Last week: Defeated Las Vegas, 42-18. This week: Vs. Cheyenne, Saturday, 1 :30 p.m. 3. Palo Verde 9-3 Last week: Defeated Cheyenne, 28-14. This week: At McQueen, Saturday, 1 p.m. 4. Las Vegas 11-1 Last week: Lost to Desert Pines, 42-18. 5. Reno 11-1 Last week: Lost to McQueen, 37-6. 6. Cheyenne 9-3 Last week: Lost to Palo Verde, 28-14. This week: at Desert Pines, Saturday, 1:30 p.m. 7. Centennial 10-1 8. Elko 9-2 9. Foothill 9-2 10. Basic 8-3 3A 1. Bishop Manogue 11-0 Last week: Defeated Truckee, 37-0 to win state championship 2. Truckee 9-3 Last week: Lost to Manogue, 37-0. 3. Virgin Valley 5-6 4. Moapa Valley 6-5 5. Lowry 5-4 2A 1. West Wendover 10-1 Last week: Defeated Lincoln County, 27-22 to win state championship 2. Lincoln County 9-3 Last week: Lost to West Wendover, 27-22. 3. Lovelock 10-1 4. Faith Lutheran 8-3 5. Battle Mountain 7-3 1A 1. Cariin 10-0 2. Indian Springs 9-2 3. Wells 8-2 4. Alamo 7-3 5. Lake Mead Academy 7-2 NORTHERN 4A High Desert League League Overall Team W L Pet. W L Pet. yx-McQueen 6 0 1.000 12 0 1.000 x-EIko 5 1 .833 9 2 .818 x-Galena 4 2 .667 7 4 .636 x-Sp. Springs 3 3 .500 4 6 .400 Reed 2 4 .333 4 5 .444 Fallon 1 5 .167 1 8 .111 Sparks 0 6 .000 0 9 .000 Sierra League League Overall Team W L Pet. W L Pet. yx-Reno 6 0 1.000 11 1 .917 x-Douglas 5 1 .833 7 3 .700 x-Hug 4 2 .667 6 4 .600 x-Carson 3 3 .500 5 5 .500 Wooster 2 4 .333 2 7 .222 North Valleys 1 5 .167 2 7 .222 South Tahoe 0 6 .000 0 9 .000 x-qualified for postseason play; y-won league title Playoffs Friday, Nov. 22 Northern McQueen 37, Reno 6 Southern Sunset Palo Verde 28, Cheyenne 14 Southern Sunrise Desert Pines 42, Las Vegas 18 State semifinals Saturday, Nov., 30 Palo Verde at McQueen, 1 p.m. Cheyenne at Desert Pines, 1 :30 p.m. NORTHERN 3A League Overall Team W L Pet. W L Pet. xy-Manogue 8 0 1.000 11 0 1.000 x-Truckee 7 1 .875 9 3 .750 x-Lowry 5 3 .625 5 4 .556 x-Sp. Creek 5 3 .625 5 5 .500 Fernley 3 5 .375 3 6 .333 Yerington 3 5 .375 3 6 .333 Dayton 3 5 .375 4 5 .444 North Tahoe 1 7 .125 2 7 .222 ROP 1 7 .125 2 7 .222 x-qualified for postseason play; y-won league title Playoffs State Championship Saturday, Nov. 23 At North Valleys Manogue 37, Truckee 0 NORTHERN 2A League Overall Team W L Pet. W L Pet. xy-Lovelock 6 0 1.000 10 1 .909 x-W. Wendover 5 1 .833 11 1 .917 x-BattleMtn 4 2 .667 7 3 .700 x-Whittell 2 4 .333 4 6 .400 Hawthorne 2 4 .333 2 7 .222 Incline 2 4 .333 3 6 .333 Independence 0 6 .000 1 7 .125 x-qualified for postseason play; y-won league title Playoffs State Championship Saturday, Nov. 23 At Sierra Vista High in Las Vegas West Wendover 27, Lincoln County 22 IT 9F m SATURDAY Prep Football McQueen eyes 4A state championship berth The McQueen football team is a perfect 12-0 this season, having rolled through the Northern 4A quite easily. Saturday, the Lancers, coaches by Ken Dalton (right) will host Palo Verde High School of Las Vegas, with the winner earning the right to play for the NIAAU.S. Bank 4A State Championship next week in Las Vegas. McQueen is hoping to win its second title in three y?ars. We'll preview the semifinal matchup in Saturday's Reno Gazette-Journal. McQ's Patin a force on both sides of ball um .aJL-l .mm Dalton RGJ,lle By Bob Brundage RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL Football is Corey Patin's passion, on and off the field. When he isn't practicing or playing football, he's playing the electronic version. " I hang out with my friends and play Madden (2003)," said the McQueen wide receiverdefensive back. "We play Madden a lot." Anything else? "We like to go to Arlington Park and play basketball," he said. Football, basketball and video games basically your average 17-year-old athlete. On the football field, Patin is anything but an average player. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound senior has excelled on offense as a wide receiver and on defense as a free safety. When the ball is in the air no matter who throws it he goes after it like it belongs to him. Patin set the McQueen season record for interceptions this year with nine. Three of his picks came in the Lancers' two biggest games a 40-8 victory over Elko during the regular season and a 37-6 win over Reno High on Nov. 23 in the Northern 4A championship game. Patin had two big interceptions with long returns against Elko. His first interception set up a McQueen score and the second he took all the way to the end zone. Against Reno, his interception and 20-yard return on the game's eighth play gave the Lancers a 7-0 lead. "It was good way to swing momentum in our favor," Patin said. "Corey Patin is our quarterback on defense," McQueen coach Ken Dalton said about the senior. "What I like about Corey is he is one of the most productive players we've had on the corner. He finds a way to get the job done, both offensively and defensively." iiMMmmiimmmmk . .-.mjcm...-. - f i mm 0 Scott SadyReno Gazette-Journal file STOPPED: McQueen's Corey Patin (6) brings down Elko's Miguel Garcia seconds before the end of the first half earlier this season at McQueen. Patin said the play of the Lancers defensive line and linebacking corps against the run allows him to focus solely on the pass. "I can pretty much freelance over the whole deep part of the field," Patin said. "I don't usually have to worry about run assist, just whenever there's a deep guy in my zone. Our defensive line can control the line of scrimmage and we have solid linebackers. If they don't make the play, I might have to. It's not likely. If a defensive lineman gets beat, he runs to the ball. He usually makes it to the tackle before I do. "I don't really worry about how I perform because I know my teammates will pick me up. If I make a mistake, they know I didn't try to. They support me." Patin has been on the McQueen varsity since he was a sophomore so he already has one state championship under his belt. He also was a starter in last year's 17-10 overtime 4 A title-game loss to Las Vegas. The 2000 championship, however, isn't really one of his accomplishments and the loss to Vegas was tough to swallow. "Igotmoved up, butdidn'tplay, but I was on the team," Patin said of his sophomore season. "We really wanted to play Las Vegas (this year), but they're not going to be there this time so we'll play any other team that comes up. " Las Vegas was eliminated on Nov. 23 by Desert Pines, 42-18. As good as he is on defense, Patin prefers to play offense because "you get more chances to touch the ball," he said. As a wide receiver, Patin has caught 22 passes for 482 yards and eight touchdowns, including an 81 -yard pass from quarterback Zach Borba against Elko and'a 12-yard touchdown against Reno. Patin started playing Pop Warner football at the age of 9. He played on the Hurricanes with several of his McQueen teammates, the 1 99 8 team that went to Florida for the national champi- The file on Corey Patin Team: McQueen Lancers Height: 6-foot-2 Weight: 185 pounds Positions: Wide receiverfree safetykick returner. Offensive statistics: 22 catches, 482 yards, eight touchdowns. Defensive statistics: Nine interceptions (school record), two touchdowns. onships. The Hurricanes finished seventh. "We were really happy to go to Florida," he said. "The reason we went was Nathan Taylor. He was the best running back in the country, but he got hurt in the game against the California team (San Jose Rough Riders), so we were a different team in Florida." At season's end, Patin plans on going out for the basketball team and maybe take part in track. And, there's college to consider. On the basketball team, he'll be rejoining some football teammates. "I think the basketball team will be strong this year," Patin said. "Mohu Otuafi (tight endlinebacker) and Chris Warner (running back) are really good basketball players. "I might do track this year ... try to get a little faster for college. Patin says there has been some interest in him by colleges, but doesn't know which schools are calling. "Colleges have talked to Coach Dalton a couple of times," Patin said. "I'm not really worrying about it until the season is over." And, what about grades? "They're not very good until this year," he said. "I've started trying to pick up my grades. They're improving." Before basketball and track, before graduation and deciding on a col lege, Patin's concern is Palo Verde. The Lancers and Panthers meet Saturday at 1 p.m. with the winner earning a berth in the NIAAU.S. Bank 4A State Football Championship next week in Las Vegas. NOTEBOOK Reno's boy's basketball team to travel to Texas next week By Bob Brundage RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL Reno High, with 6-foot-ll center David Padgett, will get a chance to see how it stacks up against some of the top high school basketball teams in the country next month. The Huskies travel to San Antonio, Texas on Dec. 5-7 for the first U.S. Air Force Lone Star Invitational tournament. The three-day event, using a format that guarantees each team four games, will be played at four San Antonio universities: Trinity, Texas at San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake and St. Mary's. More than 300 college coaches and recruiters are expected to be on hand at many of the tournament's 158 games. As far as Padgett is concerned, some colleges might see it as a scouting report. Padgett signed a letter of intent to play basketball next year at Kansas. Reno High is the only Nevada team, boys or girls, going to the tournament. The Huskies will compete against teams from Cali fornia, including Street 8c Smith's No. 1-ranked Santa Ana, as well as schools from Maryland and Texas. 4A TITLE GAME TO BE PLAYED AT SAM BOYD: The 'TBA' has been removed from the NIAAU.S. Bank 4A State Football Championship game on Dec. 7. The title game, which possibly could end up with two southern teams playing each other, will be played at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. According to the NIAA's Donnie Nelson, no television broadcast is scheduled, live or tape-delayed. "We're exploring the possibility of a tele cast of the 4A state game, but it's obviously pretty late in the season to put the telecast together," he said. "But, we're still trying. "The two elements that need to happen would be for us to get a TV truck to produce the game, and to also find a TV station in Las Vegas to not only carry the game, but send the signal to a Reno station." PLAYBALL AROUND THE W0RLD:The Coast To Coast Amateur Stars are looking for 1 1 - to 1 8-year-old baseball and softball players from Nevada to represent the United States at tournaments in Puerto Rico, Australia, Hawaii and Europe. "Selected players will have the chance to compete against some of the world's best teams," said Coast To Coast program di rector Kevin Ritter. Teams will be age-grouped 1 1 -1 2, 1 3-1 5 and 1 6-1 8 for baseball, and 1 4-1 5 and 1 6-18 for softball. For more information, call (888) 356-4455 or visit the Web site at GOT A MILK MUSTACHE? The got milk?Milk Mustache campaign is looking for 25 high school senior student athletes nationwide to compete for the Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year awards. High school seniorathletes can apply for the SAMMY scholarship awards at the Web site, Candidates will be judged in academics, athletics, community service and leadership. All-Region Teams VOLLEYBALL NORTHERN 4A SIERRA LEAGUE Co-MVPs: Rachel DeRiemer, Sr., Carson; Brittany Addeo. Sr., Douglas. Co-Coaches ol the Year: Kira Brown, Douglas: Ron Malcolm, Wooster. First Team: Rachel Hankotf, Sr., South Tahoe; Emily Haas, Sr., Douglas; Brianne Mc-Gowan, Sr., Wooster; Shannon Devereaux, Sr., Carson; Teresa Niederer, Sr., Carson; Tabitha Adams, Jr.. Carson; Cheryl Nicoll, Sr., Douglas; Jenny Lazzari, Sr., Wooster. Second Team: Cindy Davis, Sr., South Tahoe; Michelle Patterson, Jr., Douglas; Amee Christian, Sr., Douglas; Jackie Rinehart, Sr., Reno; Hannah Flynn, Sr., North Valleys; Kris-ten Burrell, Sr . South Tahoe. Honorable Mention: Katie Stevens. Jr., Wooster; Cassie Parks, Sr., Wooster; Andrea Lazzari, So., Woosler; Kaitlin Brush, Jr., Carson; Melissa LeMay. Sr., Reno; Angela Urrea-ga. Sr., South Tahoe; Melissa Beauchamp, Sr.. North Valleys; Catherine Pozarski, Sr., North Valleys NORTHERN 4A HIGH DESERT LEAGUE MVP: Carly Sorensen, Sr., Fallon. Coach of the Year: Bonnie Basanez, Elko. First Team: Tristin Adams. Sr., Fallon; Cam-mie Basanez, Jr., Elko; Raven Harrowa. Jr., Reed; Katie Ward, Sr.. McQueen; Joanna Hixon, Sr., Galena; Whitney Dibble. Sr., Galena. Second Team: Katie Thiel. Sr., Elko; Brianne Edmonds, Sr.. Spanish Springs; Kim Schulte, Sr.. McQueen; Jenny Burrows. So., Galena; Kori Ellis. Jr.. Fallon; Amanda Camacho, Sr., Fallon; Ivy Gallegos, Sr.. Reed. Honorable Mention: Brooke Barker, So., Reed: Christa Maxwell, Jr., Spanish Springs; Angela Skollingsberg, Sr.. Elko: Jessica Daum, Fr., Fallon: Mallory Principe. Sr., McQueen; Leslie Debeon, Sr . Sparks NORTHERN 3A MVP: Ashley Bristol. Sr., Lowry. Coach ol the Year. Sondra McMullen, Dayton. First Team: Middle Blocker Carey Kytle, Jr. . Dayton; Teal Ericson. Jr., North Tahoe; Outside Hitter Kaydra Stewart. Sr.. Spring Creek: RachelHurt, Sr., Dayton: Setter Ashley Bristol, Sr., Lowry; Defensive Specialist Alex Martinez. Sr., Lowry; Utility Player Rachel Capurro. Sr . Manogue. Second Team: Middle Blocker Amanda Sbraga. So.. Dayton; Jessica Keim. Sr.. Spring Creek; Outside Hitter Mary Benna. Sr., Manouge: Dana Brooks, Sr. . Truckee: Setter Kourtney Gansert, Sr.. Manogue; Defensive SpecialistOutside Hitter Danielle Rodriguez. Jr.. Dayton; Utility Player JulieMm-nix. Sr , Manogue. Honorable Mention: Middle Blocker Misty Baker. Sr.. Yerington, Tara Beck. So.. Manogue; Jennifer Collen, Jr.. Spring Creek; Outside Hitter Katnng Matheus. Jr . Yerington; Deidre Kerr, Jr. , Lowry; Amber Hander, Jr.. Truckee: Brittany Davis, Sr., North Tahoe; Setter Sarah Connet So . Dayton. NORTHERN 2A Co-MVPs: Delicia Jermgan, Sr., Hawthorne; Sydney Orndortl Sr.. Hawthorne. Coach ot the Year Joyce Brown. Hawthorne First Team: Gail Trujiilo. Sr.. Hawthorne: Ja-mi Harris. Sr.. Hawthorne: Shelly Zaskoda. Sr., Whittell; Jessica Rickman, Sr.. Whittell; Shari Fecht. Sr.. Lovelock: Chamrie Wagoner. Jr., Battle Mountain; Rhiannon Montoya. Jr. . West Wendover: Isabel Haro. Jr., West Wendover Felicia Booth. So.. Lovelock. Kristen t las. So.. Incline. Second Team: Alicia Thome. Sr.. Whittell; Whrtnie Sill. Sr.. Battle Mountain; Ancia Tor-rero. Sr.. West Wendover: Dense Koscinski. Jr.. Hawthorne: Amanda Schrepfer. So., Hawthorne: Whitney Gielow. So.. Whittell; Jackie Marino. So.. Whittell: Lauren Hall, So., Incline. Krvstal Giass. Fr . Lovelock-Honorable Mention: Miction Masterson. Jr . Battle Mountain. Savannah Baker. Jr. Battie Mountain; Whitney Steele. Jr.. West Wendover: Jamie Convs. So., Hawthorne: Tina Hordzwtck. So.. Whittell: Jocelyn Lybarger. So . Lovelock: Jami Bell. So.. Incline: Nixki Mares. So., Incline, Kelly Wmnepennmx, So., Liz MargerumReno Gazette-Journal file FALLON CONNECTION: Fallon volleyball players Tristin Adams (left) and Carly Sorensen led the Greenwave to a NIAA 4A state runner-up finish this year. Sorensen was named the High Desert League's Most Valuable Player while Adams earned first-team all-league honors. Battle Mountain; Amy Sullivan, So.. Battle Mountain; Jessica Salazar. So., West Wendover; Emily Cook. So.. West Wendover. NORTHERN 1A WEST LEAGUE Player ol the Year: Bethany Locklear, Smith Valley. Coach ol the Year Heather Huttman, Mc-Dermitt. Team Sportsmanship Award: Gerlach High. First Team: Bethany Locklear. Smith Valley. Danielle Leinessar, Smith Valley: Olivia Huttman. McDermitt; Tara Crutcher. McDer-mitt; Erika Jorgensen. Virginia City; Rusti Gilbert. Coleville. Second Team: Jessica Cox. Coleville: Tara Rosse, Smith Valley: Erin Mason, Virginia City; Fallon Frye, Coleville, Diana Lopez. McDermitt; Michelle Stewart, Smith Valley. Honorable Mention: Daphne Smart. McDermitt: Arena Tapija, Pyramid Lake; Amy Beaupre. Virginia City EAST LEAGUE Player ol the Year Janet Friesz. Cariin. Coach of the Year: Andrea Astarloa. Owyhee. Team Sportsmanship Award: Eureka High. First Team: Janet Friesz, Cariin; Leigh Es-calanti. Owyhee; Marietta Chappell. Wells: Amber Woodland. Cariin: Lindsay Tremayne, Austin: Monica Paradise, Owyhee. Second Team: Knssi Tate. Wells; Tara Tremayne, Austin; Crystal Weaser. Cariin; Mik-ki McCham. Cariin; Kelsea Being, Jackpot; Lynn Lotspech. Wells. Honorable Mention: Kielea Dick. Owyhee. Sheena Thompson. Eureka: Brittany Smith, Wells, Kaite Clinkenbeard, Jackpot. SOCCER BOYS NORTHERN 4A SIERRA LEAGUE Forward of Me Year Eduardo Oieda. North Valievs Midfielder it the Year. Leon Abravenal. South Tanoe Defender of Ike Year Tim Head. South Tahoe. First Team: Forward Alex Torres. South Tahoe: Victor Mariscal. South Tahoe: Jarro Afluirres. Hug. Midfeld Dustm Mills. North Valleys; Noe Estrada, South Tahoe; Rob Langsnor, Reno; Kirkwood Harris, Carson: Defender Jeff Rogers, Carson; Sean Rahe. Douglas: Perfecto Jacinto. Hug: Edwin Miranda, North Valleys; Goalie Felipe Miranda, Reno. Second Team: Forward Luis Flores, Hug; Ernesto Ayala, Carson; Curtis Smith, Reno; Bryce Burgess, Carson; Midfield Christian Losche, Carson, Eric Wolsin, Reno: Chris Hon-er, Douglas; Tanner Ruff, North Valleys; Conrad Retana, Wooster; Goalie Senn Carter, Carson. Honorable Mention: Carlos Hernandez. Carson; Briane Arce. Carson; Cotton Mellows, Douglas: Jarid Price. Douglas; Levi Mellows, Douglas; Juan Maldonado, Hug; Rodolpho Garcia. Hug; Anibal Echeveria. Hug; Jose Lopez, Hug: Adrian Lopez. Hug: Chase Zumet. Hug; Isreal Hernandez. Wooster; Vincent Torres. Wooster; Pedro Miranda, North Valleys: Bobby Partida. North Valleys; Mike Peck. North Valleys; Ren Moss. North Valleys; Mike Jorgenson. North Valleys, Do-minicLicata.Reno:CasoStrawn. Reno; Parker Bail. Reno; Matt Nelson. Reno; Corey Vermillion. South Tahoe: Enrique Avina. South Tahoe; Jordon Boles, South Tahoe; Joey Fer-reira. South Tahoe; Tobin Lindstrom, South Tahoe NORTHERN 4A HIGH DESERT LEAGUE Forward ol the Year Jose Espana. Sparks Midfielder ol (lie Year Elliott Chappell. McQueen, Defender ol the Year Javier Perez. Sparks. Coach ol the Year Marco Merlo. Galena. First Team: Forward Kevin Clement, Galena: Nick 0 Neil. Fallon: Dean McCabe. Elko: Midfield James Atchinson. Galena; Luke Anderson, Elko: Eric Hooiman, Elko; Kevin Whitaker. Fallon; Defender Alex Cisneros, Reed: Henry Azernon. Spartcs; Justin Morrill, McQueen; Kyle Warner, Elko; Goalie Patrick Reagan. Galena: Ryan Klekas. Elko: Second Team: Forward Jon Hooiman. Elko: Juan Barrigan, Reed; David Bustos, Sparks; Braden Alen. Elko: Midfield Zac Walter, Galena: Anthony Gnllo, Reed: Tony Ca-chon. McQueen; Geoff Bee. Elko: Andrew Hockenberry, Fallon. Defender Greg Cald well. Elko; Dale Sealy, Fallon; Peter McDonald, Galena; Reece Jones, Fallon; Goalie Vince Licciardi, Reed. Honorable Mention: Dave Ashley, Elko; Andrew Nelson. Fallon; Martin Ruff, Fallon; Martin Markee. McQueen; Garrett Moss. Reed; Zach Baskna, Reed: David Hernandez, Sparks. NORTHERN 3A LAKE LEAGUE MVP: Nestor Flores, Sr, Whittell. Offensive Player of Ihe Year: Narciso Avila. Sr., North Tahoe. Midfielder ol the Year Ben Mailer, Sr.. Incline. Coach of the Year Humberto Alcaraz, North Tahoe. First Team: Forward Sergio Hernandez, Jr., Incline; Narciso Avila, Sr., North Tahoe; Miguel Tafolla. Sr., North Tahoe: Midfielder Ben Mailer, Sr., Incline; Galen Woltord, Jr., North Tahoe; Kyle Kelly, Sr., Truckee; Nestor Flores. Sr., Whittell; Defender Justin Haynes. Sr.. Whittell; Miguel Martinez, Jr., North Tahoe; John Parhacs. Jr.. Incline: Goalie Daniel Rojas, So., North Tahoe; Utility Ruben Martinez. So., Truckee. Second Team: Forward Timrny McDonald. Jr.. Truckee; B.C. Lampman, So.. North Tahoe; Luis Delgadillo, So., Incline: Midfielder Michael Foote. Jr., North Tahoe; Eduardo Estrada. Jr.. ROP: Mike Thorne. Sr.. Incline: A J. Steinlager, Jr., Manogue; Defender Tom Schwedhelm, Sr. Manogue: Remy Denton. Jr., Truckee; Tommy Kletfman, Sr., Truckee; Goalie Matt Baker, Jr., Incline; Utility Devon Farnswortb. Jr.. Whittell; Honorable Mention: Forward Tim Pre-bezac, So.. Whittell; Steve Choman. So., Manogue; Midfielder Jordan Basil, So., North Tahoe: Joe Salsberg. Sr.. Truckee; Danny Rostad. Jr., Truckee; Cassidy Woods. Sr.. Incline: Tyson Frederick, Sr.. Whittell; Defender Miguel Flores. Fr ROP: Jordan Holzer. So.. North Tahoe: Ruben Menacho. Sr.. incline: Goalie Tony Gailrain, Jr.. Manogue; Utilitv Robby Blamire, Jr.. Incline. NORTHERN 3A SAGEBRUSH LEAGUE MVP: Robert Albarron. Jr.. Yerington. Offensive Player of the Year. Jorge Gonzalez. Sr. Battle Mountain. Defensive Player ol the Year Kris Smith. Sr., Yerington. Coach ot the Year: Jeff Shamion, Battle Mountain. First Team: Forward: Alex Juarez, Sr., Yerington; Runar Molland, Sr., Battle Mountain; Tony Portales, Jr., Yerington; Half Back Jesse Gutierrez, Jr., Dayton; Kris Smith, Sr., Yerington; Jorge Gonzalez, Jr., Battle Mountain; Eric Hoskins, Jr., Lowry; Full Back Jose Lomeli. Jr., Battle Mountain; Robert Albarron. Jr., Yerington; Bryan O'Dell, Jr., Fernley; Goalie Jeremy Pfarr, So., Lowry; Utility Jeff Bednark, Sr., Yerington. Second Team: Forward James Grange, Sr., Spring Creek; Lupe Villa Gomez, Jr., Lowry; Javier Vega, Sr., Dayton; Half Back Ricky Cantieras, Jr., Yerington; Brandon Bar-num, Jr., Spring Creek; Hugo Ortiz, Jr., Battle Mountain; Miguel Lomeli, So., Battle Mountain; Full Back Brandon Lange, Sr., Battle Mountain; Cory Hawkins, Jr., Lowry; Nathan Aaker, Sr., Dayton; Goalie Michael Soukup, Sr.. Yerington; Utility Scott Fennema, Jr., Fernley. Honorable Mention: Forward Javier Hernandez, Sr. , Lowry; Jesus Sanchez, Sr. , Lowry; Arturo Chairez, So., Battle Mountain; Half Back RobertMcAdam, Sr., Fernley; Eduardo Garcia, Jr., Yerington; Miguel Lozada. Jr., Dayton: Dustin Cavanaugh, Sr., Spring Creek; Full Back Kevin Mezquita, Jr., Dayton; Tyler Hudspeth, Sr., Spring Creek; Eric Soukup, So , Yerington; Goalie Sean Casaus, So., Battle Mountain; Utility Chris Lyon, Jr., Lowry. GIRLS NORTHERN 4A SIERRA LEAGUE Forward ol the Year: Kelly Meyer, South Tahoe. Midfielder ol the Year Tracy Hawks, Douglas. Defender ol the Year Jessica Brady, Douglas. Co-Coaches of the Year Steve Asher, Reno; Jerry Miller, Wooster. First Team: Forward: Hannah Sullivan, Douglas; Cristme Bradshaw. Douglas: Ashley Van-Rourke. North Valleys; Midfield BrinnSkau, Reno: Kattie Kotter. Carson; Terran Hadlock, Douglas; Stacy Volkmar, South Tahoe; Defender Kristen Tener, South Tahoe; Caitlin White. Reno; Janna Moyer, Hug; Goalie Andrea Bryant, Douglas. Second Team: Forward Alison Reilly, South Tahoe; Renee Laforce, South Tahoe; Kristy Hale, Carson; Mary Skau, Reno; Chris-sy Katzorke. Carson: Midfield Kyiie Miller, Wooster; Christina Martinez, Hug; Nolle Pierui, South Tahoe; Aimee Shelhammer, North Valleys; Defender Roxanna Moran, Wooster; Rebecca Wallstrum. Douglas; Carolina Hernandez, Carson; Melissa Goldfin, North Valleys; Goalie Sierra Shipley, South Tahoe. Honorable Mention: Kasey Cano. Carson; Cassie Bowman, Carson: Allie Davis. Carson; Kathryn Rogers. Carson; Molly Hernandez, Douglas; Kendee Bartolome. Hug; Dennise Lopez. Hug: Jessica Atkins, Hug; Precious La-puz. Hug: Kelly Gabbart. Reno; Jessica Mora, Reno; Lindsay Kartin. Reno; Aieandra Loye. Reno; Meghan Davidson. Reno: Elizabeth Fox, Reno: Jen Napier. Southtahoe; Chelsea Calder, South Tahoe: Megan Hoppe. South Tahoe; Caroline Gelera. Wooster NORTHERN 4A HIGH DESERT LEAGUE Co-Forwards ol the Year Julian Harris, Reed: Veronica Walker, Galena. Midfielder of the Year: Erin Gallo, Reed. Delender ol the Year Trish Gibbons, Reed. Coach ol the Year Brian Cartinelia. Galena. First Team: Forward Whitney Oehlerxing, McQueen: Britany Miller. Elko; Tia Bartek. Reed; Midfield Jenn Mavis. Reed: Katie Al-bers, McQueen: Megan Baumbacb, Galena; Gillian Barros. Spanish Springs. Defender. AmanieKhoury, Elko: Katie Olsen. Spanish Springs: Erin Davis, Galena: Goalie Kaitlin Anderson. Galena. Second Team: Forward Abby Lepeiloet. Galena: Abby Walker, Galena: Meghann Morrill. McQueen; Midfield Kelly Payton, Galena: Ashleigh Brown, Reed; Brittany Dankwortb. McQueen: Miruda Hutton. Elko: Defender Milissa Baumbacb, Galena; Amy Speakman, Reed; Liz Stubbs, Fallon; Susie Hunter, McQueen; Emilyanne Harrison, Reed; Goalie Maria Young, Fallon; Jenny Apoda-ca, Reed, Honorable Mention: Manal Khoury, Elko; In-ga Schindler, Elko; Kara Orinnon, Fallon; Adri-enne Jung, Fallon; Kara Tolzman, Fallon; Amanda Paszek, Fallon; Katrina Olivo; Melanie Rodarte, Galena; Katie Oldham, McQueen; Erica Moens, Reed; Juliane Trimmer, Spanish Springs. NORTHERN 3A Sagebrush League MVP: Kelsey Smith, Jr., Spring Creek. Coach ol the Year: Ross Dryer. Fernley. First Team: Forward Melinda Young, Sr., Yerington; Brynn Heese, So., Battle Mountain; Rachel Detweiler, So., Lowry; Half Back Anna Musolf, So., Spring Creek; Roxy Bauer, Sr., Fernley; Kristen Fles, Jr., Lovelock; Danielle Saddoris, Jr., Spring Creek; Full Back Anissa Hopkins, Sr., Battle Mountain; Kelrey Smith, Jr., Spring Creek; Molly Hunsaker, Jr., Spring Creek; Goalie Dayla Sudbrack, Fr., Lowry; Utility Crystal Castellanos, Jr., Lowry. SecondTeam:Forward Janelle Kashuba, So.. Fernley; Cami Sherbaum, Fr., Lowry; Vanessa Savory, Fr., Spring Creek; Half Back Meghan Mansanti, Sr., Lowry; Alysha Swanson. So., Lowry; Melissa Holland, So., Battle Mountain; Danielle McCutcben, Jr., Lowry; Full Back Leslie Gunter, So., Battle Mountain; Sierra Anderegg, Sr., Lowry; Terri Pitts, Jr., Spring Creek; Goalie Chelsea Harner. Sr., Battle Mountain; Utility Hilary McAdam, So., Fernley. Honorable Mention: Forward Lucy Herr, Fr., Spring Creek; Megan Ackerman, So., Lowry; Sabrina Cantrell, So., Dayton; Half Back Megan Foley, Fr., Dayton; Hillary Christenson, Jr., Fernley; Trista Inman, Jr., Spring Creek; Heather Elder, Jr., Battle Mountain; Full Back Caitlin Wallace, Jr., Fernley; Caitlin Betz. So., Lowry; Katie Gast, Sr., Lowry; Goalie Demi Tamayo, So., Spring Creek; Utility Cassie Bote. So.. Battle Mountain. NORTHERN 3A LAKE LEAGUE CO-MVPs: Kelsey Fisher, Sr., Truckee; Addie Boyd, Jr.. North Tahoe. Coach of the Year: Kyle Adams, Truckee. First Team: Forward Addie Boyd, Jr., North Tahoe; Kristine Trudeau, Sr., Truckee; Jackie Laurian. Sr.. Whittell; Midfielder Carly Wood. So,, Incline: Kelly Snanley. Sr.. North Tahoe; Jaimee Froelicb, Sr., Truckee; Defense Judi Dietz, Jr , North Tahoe; Michelle Austin, Sr., Truckee; Sarah Scoglio, Sr., North Tahoe; Kelsey Fisher, Sr., Truckee; Goalie Elise Thomas. Jr.. Whittell; Utility Cecity Gehring, Sr.. North Tahoe. Second Team: Forward Michelle Parker, So., North Tahoe; Nicole Cardinaii, Jr., Truckee: Midfielder Caitlin Holman, Jr., Truckee; Alex Drew. So.. North Tahoe; Rachel Tneis. Jr., Truckee; Amy McGeever, Sr. , North Tahoe: Defense Natalie Miiligan, Jr., Truckee; Heidi Andersen, Sr.. Truckee; April Rios. Sr., North Tahoe: Corri Anne Callahan, Sr., Manogue; Goalie Emily Griesmer. Jr., Truckee. Utility: Colleen Hagen. Jr., Manogue. Honorable Mention: Forward Kendra Cromwell. Sr . Incline; Ali Stoner, Jr., North Tahoe; Annie Boisselle, Jr.. Manogue; Midfielder Jenna Hayes. Jr.. Whittell; Jenna Lowrance. So., Truckee: Michelle Jacobe. Jr., Manogue; Defense Chelsea Tollison, Jr.. Truckee: Camille Gannam, So., Truckee: Heather O'Brien. Sr.. Whittell; Goalie Giro Lovely, Jr.. North Tahoe: Utility Christy Ri-va. Fr.. North Tahoe; Jessie Kantz. Fr.. Truck- GOLF NORTHERN 3A MVP: Mackenzie Swecker. Lowry. First Team: Ellyse Siu. Manogue: Megan Du-furrena. Lowry; Jenna Harlow, North Tahoe: Chelsea Mendiola. Lowry; Cara Kaufer, Manogue: Laslie Pratt. Lowry. Second Team: Nicole Cochrane. Lowry; Brittany Wild. Spring Creek: Amanda Wild. Spring Creek, Jenny Jackson. Norrf Tahoe. Mackenzie Morrison. North Tahoe: Meghan CauUtett, North Tahoe.

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