Author: Dave Maxwell

Two Compete at Costanzo Memorial Invitational

Tristan Bircham and Alia Minoletti were the only representatives for the Eureka Vandals boys and girls track teams at the Mickie Costanzo Memorial Invitational meet in Elko last week. No final team scores were posted. But both set personal records in one of their respective events, Bircham with a throw of 38-4 in winning the Shot Put, and Minoletti with a time of 14.17 in the 100 meters. She currently has the third best time in the girls 1A ranks in the 100 meters behind Kayla Campos and Emma Jemmerigbe from Tonopah. Birchman also took third in the Discus. BOYS 100 meters – Tristan Bircham, 12.62 Shot Put – Bircham, first place, 38-4 Discus – Bircham, third place, 102-0½ GIRLS 100 meters – Alia Minoletti, 14.71 High Jump – Minoletti, 4-6 Long Jump – Minoletti, 12-6½ Triple Jump – Minoletti, 31-0 The teams compete in the Elko Kiwanis Invitational this Friday. Business DirectoryContent Creation Services Graphic Design Services Marketing Services Web Design Services SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES Leave this field empty if you're human: Affiliates Lincoln County Record | Mesquite Local News | Mineral County Independent News | Sparks Tribune | The Ely...

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Vandals Softball, Baseball Teams Set to Return to Action

Spring break for the Eureka Vandals meant no baseball or softball games last week, but a couple of games are on tap this weekend. For the boys, it’s a non-league meeting today with Sierra Lutheran in Carson City and Saturday a league affair with Mineral County in Hawthorne. For the girls, their only games are also at Mineral County. At the present time, as the boys regroup for the season to continue, they have a record of 3-5 and the double-header at Mineral County will be the first league action of the season. Only four teams in the 1A...

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Vandals Struggle to 1-3 Record at Panther Invitational Tourney

Two losses for the Eureka Vandals were a bit painful on Friday at the Panther Invitational in Alamo last weekend. The first game against the Beaver Dam Diamondback saw Beaver Dam blow up a 4-4 tie with a 14-run outburst in the bottom of the fifth inning and propel them to an 18-4 win on only nine hits. Eureka got things going in the first inning with three runs. An error at third base allowed Bryson Wells to score. Chris Dolan drew a walk and later scored on a fielder’s choice. Then Zach Garcia scored the third run on...

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Eureka Girls Open Season

The Lady Vandals opened the 2018 softball season having a rough time of it in losing all four games at the Panther Invitational last weekend in Alamo. On Saturday afternoon, they struggled to get their offense going, getting easily dispatched by the White Pine JVs, 16-1. The Bobcat pitcher needed only three innings, shortened by the 10-run rule, to get the win. She allowed three hits, one run and struck out five. Savana Sanders started on the mound for Eureka. She allowed four hits and nine runs. She was replaced by Cammie Skinner who worked 2-2/3 innings, gave up six hits and seven runs. She was credited with the loss Jenesis Dominguez was 2-for-2 at the plate to lead the Vandals. Also on Saturday, Eureka lost to Beaver Dam 18-6. Both teams had only five hits in the game, but the Diamondbacks had a 10-run outburst in the first inning, eight in the second and were not threatened thereafter. On Friday, in their first game, the Lady Vandals just couldn’t hold up against five-time defending state champion Pahranagat Valley in suffering a one-hit 16-0 shutout. Morgan Thomas got the only hit for Eureka in the third inning. Ashlyn Wadsworth was the winning pitcher. She struck out five and walked none. Sanders the loss the fore Lady Vandals, giving up 13 runs on 13 hits and two home runs. She...

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Two Vandals Compete at Elko Meet

Garrett Todd and Seonmin Choi were the only competitors for Eureka at the Elko League Meet March 10. Todd tied with Reed Westwood of Spring Creek in 12.02 to place third in the 100 meters. There were no field events at the meet. The Eureka girls team did not compete. 100 meters – Todd, 12.02, 3rd place 200 meters – Todd, 27.06 400 meters – Todd, 1:02.4, Seonmin Choi, 1:21.8 800 meters – Choi, 3:13.9 This week the Vandals participate in the Spring Creek Invitational at Spring Creek High School. Business DirectoryContent Creation Services Graphic Design Services Marketing Services Web Design Services SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES Leave this field empty if you're human: Affiliates Lincoln County Record | Mesquite Local News | Mineral County Independent News | Sparks Tribune | The Ely...

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