Bowling sign-ups at Carson, Gold Dust lanes

The Carson Country United Stated Bowling Congress youth leagues will take place on Saturdays at Carson Lanes and Gold Dust West from 9:15 a.m. to noon.

The league at Carson Lanes started on Sept. 6 and runs 12 weeks. The league at Gold Dust starts Sept. 13 and runs 11 weeks. A second session starts Jan. 3 and runs through March 21.

The yearly membership card is $10. Both centers offer leagues with bumpers for bowlers under the age of 7.

For more information, contact Melissa Costa at or Mike Floyd at

Silver State gymnasts

win team award

The Silver State Gymnastics Academy brought home a team award for first place at the recent Foothill FallFest in Grass Valley over the weekend.

In Level 3A, Bella Planeta was second on bars and third on beam en route to a bronze medal in all-around. In the Middle B Division, Eliana Hollar placed first on the bards, beam and floor en route to the AA gold medal. Eviana McGowan won bronze on the bars.

In the older division, Jessica Stine won floor and placed second on the vault and beam to capture silver in the all- around. Nicole Hawkins won bars and was second on the floor.

In Level 5, Elle Liebendorfer won beam and floor, and was third on bars en route to a gold medal. Alycia Hellwinkel was second on bars and third on beam to win the bronze all-around. Brenna Mitchell won gold for beam and Madison Adams won bronze for floor.

Mighty Mites

blank Sparks

The Carson Pop Warner Mighty Mites opened their season with an easy 27-0 win over the Sparks Steelers last weekend.

Zach Guthrie scored Carson’s first TD, Alex Myrehn ran for two more and QB Jessie Delgado also ran for a score. Delgado was 5-for-7 passing, including two extra points.

Caid Milligan, Jessie Metoxen and John Newton were praised for their blocking. Keegan Ferris, David Smith and Zach Lopez played well in the secondary, while Josiah White, Eric Pool, Drake Hardcastle and Alex Castillo stopped Sparks’ running game.

Carson hosts Fallon Saturday at 11 a.m.

Bonars capture

mixed crown

Jack and Virginia Bonar shot a 98 to win Thunder Canyon Country Club’s mixed championship on Sept. 7.

The format was 9 holes of four ball and 9 holes combined net.

Glenn and Denice Tsuda were second at 99 followed by Bob and Cathy Weise at 102. John and Mary Anderson were fourth at 103 along with Bryan Sample and Shelley Kinerson.

Carson Tennis Club

hosts weekend tournament

The Carson Tennis Club is hosting its annual fall tournament Friday through Sunday at Centennial Park and Carson High School.

There are men’s and women’s singles and men’s, women’s and mixed doubles. Play will be in A and B divisions.

For more information, call Dan Hannah, tournament coordinator, at 265-1711 or e-mail him at

Maxwell group wins

Empire Ranch event

Roger Maxwell, Mike Rogers and Ken Stone (with a blind bogey) shot 103 to win Flight A at the recent Empire Ranch Senior Men’s Club Cha-Cha-Cha event.

Rich Bremenour, George Flamer, Dahl Rask and Bill Gibson were second at 104, while Fred Coons, Melvin Ness, Richard Torok and Pete Youngdahl were third at 109.

In Flight B, Al Giannoti, Greg Bentley, Donnie Curd and Vic Roscha won with a 108, one shot better than Paul Lockwood, Tom Harlow, Ray Huntley and Bill Kaster. Tony Dolce, Mark Wilson, Bob Warzynski and Neil Dettorre were third at 112.

Pemberton triumphs

at Carson Valley

Bob Pemberton finished with a plus-8 to win the two-day President’s Cup event at Carson Valley Golf Course.

The event was played in the Modified Stableford system.

Marc Menezes was second at 1 in Flight A while Charles Serafine was third at minus-3 and Marc Prause was fourth with a minus-4.

In Flight B, Frank Tisiot won with a plus-9, while John Pearson (5) and Joe Morrison (4) were second and third, respectively. Larry Lockwood won Flight C with a plus-6 and Bob Van Nort was second at plus-5.

• Carson Valley starts its fall clinics this week. Classes are held on Tuesday and Friday at either 4 or 5 p.m. Classes last 50 minutes.

For more information, call 265-3181.


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