The victory kept the Raiders from falling to 1-4 in the High Desert League.
"Our kids came out really determined," Reed coach Rich Hollis said. "We needed this win. They came out and stepped up and they pressured on the ball. They did a great job so it was a big win."
Marco Licciardi scored the first goal for the Raiders late in the first half. Gino Valencia knocked a ball in the 18-yard box and Licciardi headed it into the back of the net with four and a half minutes left in the half.
The Huskies came out strong in the second half and managed to pick through the Raiders' defense but goalkeeper Luca Licciardi and the rest of the RHS backfield denied all of Reno's offensive spurts. Licciardi had four saves in goal.
"Reno came out really tough, they had good position as well," Hollis said. "I think our midfield played really tough. That's what kind of pulled Reno off. Our kids were determined today."
With just over 20 minutes left in the match, Ryan Fisher got an insurance goal for the Raiders. Reed Adlish served the ball to Fisher who shot from about 30 yards out on the right side of the field into the left side of the goal giving RHS the 2-0 league win.
Reed had six shots on goal on the afternoon.
The Raiders are looking forward to their next league match, which will be against North Valleys at North Valleys. The Reed crew has been plagued by illness and ineligibility but the full squad returns to the field Tuesday.
Hollis said the squad will put in some work before the matchup against the Panthers. They will work on positioning and touches on the ball.
"We need to work on playing together as a group," Hollis said. "It's a long season still, we have about seven games left."