Asa Carter helped lead the Carson Senators to an undefeated league season and the Northern Region Division I championship and is one of the six boys basketball players to be honored by the RGJ.
The team includes Dillon Voyles, Galena; Octavion Corley, McQueen; Johnny Reiley, Bishop Manogue; Mike Heydon, Reno; Marcus Loadholt, Spanish Springs; and Carter.
Reno won the High Desert League and was runner-up at the Northern Region tournament. Bishop Manogue finished second in the Sierra League and Spanish Springs was second in the High Desert.
The Nevada Sports Awards honor the top athletes, as selected by the RGJ, in all sanctioned Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association sports.
Athletes were chosen by a committee at the RGJ, as well as from nominations and input from the area’s coaches and athletic directors.
All the winners from each NIAA sport will be honored by the RGJ with a banquet in May.
Nevada Sports Awards banquet
• Join RGJ.com in honoring 150 of the finest student athletes from Northern Nevada high schools on May 31 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. The inaugural Nevada Sports Awards, presented by NV Energy, recognizes local standout student-athletes who have gone above-and-beyond in their sports.
• Olympic gold medalist and Reno High School graduate David Wise will give the keynote presentation.
• For tickets, visit https://tickets.rgj.com/e/nevada-sports-awards/
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