Douglas High’s Joscelyn Turner prepares to hit a backhand against McQueen on Wednesday. The Tigers’ dispute with the Lancers ended early in a 3-3 draw due to air quality.
Courtesy of Molly Turner
Due to air quality, Douglas High women’s tennis had its match with McQueen on Wednesday ended early.
The Tigers and Lancers were tied at 3-3 when play was stopped.
NEXT: Douglas will host Spanish Springs and Wooster next week.
Douglas women’s soccer team beat Damonte Ranch 2-1 in Minden on Tuesday.
Aleeah Weaver found the back of the net and Kaylee Bradford scored her own goal.
Seara MacPherson and Ava Coons were credited with an assist.
Sky Rasmussen also played well and was mentioned by her coach post-game.
“Sky is a player who can play as a defender or a midfielder. She helped our team this year find balance… and in this game she has continued to do that,” said manager Andrew Robles.
NEXT: Douglas (5-3-1, 3-1-1 in the league) is scheduled to face McQueen (5-1-2, 2-0-2) on Saturday in Reno at 12:30pm
Tiger Boys sneakers outperformed by McQueen
The Douglas High men’s tennis team lost their first win of the season on Tuesday, falling to the McQueen Lancers 11-7.
Kolten Brown picked up a pair of singles court wins – 6-2, 6-0 – while Bennett Schoenemann and Brody Fontenot added up to a win in the set.
In doubles, the duo of Wyatt Frisby and Wade Kuhlmann combined for two wins also by finals of 6-0 and 6-2.
Andrew Craig and David Alexander added the final point for the Tigers with a 6-2 win at No.
NEXT: Douglas hits the road next week, traveling to Spanish Springs and Wooster.