After completing its first season since 2018, Dayton High football put six of its players on the Class 3A Eastern all-league team. Ethan Callan earned two honors for the Dust Devils with a first-team nod on offense at wide receiver and a second-team special teams honor at kick returner. Dayton quarterback Eloy Sandoval was named to the second team offense. Kyler Lulay was also a second team selection on offense at wideout. Linebacker Kamien Harrell was selected to the second team all-defensive team and the Dust Devils’ rounded out all-league honors with two lineman receiving honorable mentions on offense, Jeremiah Hardin and Christopher Jones. Carson baseball drops both ends of DH to Reno Carson High baseball took on one of the top teams in the north Saturday in a doubleheader, falling 2-0 and 11-1. Dillon Damico got the starting nod in game one and allowed just one earned run through five innings with two strikeouts. However, Husky pitcher Grayson Grinsell countered with a one-hit, 15 strikeout performance. After having Carson’s lone hit in game one, Justin Nussbaumer crossed the plate for the Senators only run in game two. Bryce Baker also tallied a hit for Carson. UP NEXT: Carson hosted McQueen (3-3) Tuesday evening. Senator softball sweeps Reno It was the Caydee Farnworth show in game one of Carson’s softball doubleheader against Reno on Saturday. The Senators swept the two contests 9-1 and 8-4 to move to 5-2 on the year. In the opener, Farnworth struck out 15 Huskies while dealing in the circle. At the dish, she helped her own cause going 2-for-4 with a home run, double and three RBIs. She picked up two more RBIs from both Kennedy Redican and Kayce Johnston while Shannen von Duering and Corine Doran each knocked a run across. Farnworth didn’t get the start in game two, but came on in relief and fanned 16 Reno hitters in 6 2/3 innings pitched. Doran homered in game two, pushing across three runs in the win while von Duering added two more RBIs of her own. Kedre Luschar went 4-for-8 over the two-game span with two runs scored. UP NEXT: Carson welcomed McQueen (3-3) to town Tuesday. A full recap of that contest cant be found on our website. Carson girls track runs well at Reno Saturday saw the Senator girls’ track and field team have a top three finisher in the 100-meter, 200, 800 and 1,600-meter races. Natalyn Wakeling won the 100 in 13.14 while taking second in the 200 in 28.93. MCKenna Budd and Kaylynn Bloomfield were the top runners for Carson in the 800 and 1,600 respectively. Bloomfield was also able to take second place in the 300 hurdles. In the shot put ring, PejutaWin Osorio won with a throw off 26 feet, 5 inches while also taking the discus results with a personal record of 77-7. Rachel Bush was third in the long jump and triple jump for Carson. In the boys 400-meter run, Carson had Nicholas Batien and Jacob Crossman take second and third, respectively. In the 110-meter hurdles it was William Ore taking home third before Ioane Tula won the 300-meter hurdles races with a PR time of 44.89. Chase Waldroop was second in the shot put with a throw of 40-6.5 while Guillermo Perez Roque won the discus with a toss of 136-7. Kai Miller won the pole vault with ease, clearing 14-feet even while Renald Malasage was third in the long jump, hopping 18-9.