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Damonte Ranch rallies late to stun Spanish Springs
If the rest of the Northern 4A baseball season will be anything like Tuesday’s opening thriller between Spanish Springs and Damonte Ranch, fans better get ready to hold on to their seats and grab some hair dye while they’re at it.
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Lancers batter Raiders
It was a rough Northern 4A League debut for the Reed Raiders Tuesday. McQueen scored four or more runs in an inning three times and cruised to a 16-4 six-inning romp at Reed.
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Scheduling issues addressed
If you ask Northern 4A football coaches a decision is long overdue on the format of their schedule for the coming fall season. They finally got that decision Monday when the Northern 4A’s athletic administrators passed a league align
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Fernley hosts Sandbox GP
The desert racers from the MRANN series teamed up with area motocross riders and staged the first Grand Prix format event in over a decade at the motocross track here. It was called “When Moto meets the Desert.”
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SSHS grad earns All-American status in indoor track
As local prep track athletes are lacing up their cleats in preparation for the new season, a former Spanish Springs standout is still running strong at the next level.
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Spanish Springs softball swept on final day of Victory Pre-s...
The Cougars were in good shape after winning their first three games in Sacramento, but on Saturday, their bats went silent at a bad time.
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Reed thumps Spanish Springs
The game won’t be the most important meeting between the two baseball squads, but Reed and Spanish Springs met up on the final day of the annual Mike Bearman Memorial Tournament with some early-season Rail City bragging rights on the line.
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Commentary: Life, it’s always providing perspective
We all have those moments where life stops us dead in our tracks and puts things in perspective. Often times those experiences hit us in the proverbial gut because they come out of the blue.
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Reed softball splits on final day of Sacramento tourney
The Reed softball team closed out the Victory Pre-Season Tournament in Sacramento on Saturday by splitting a pair of games. The Raiders dropped their first contest of the day against Casa Roble (Orangevale, Calif.), 7-2, before taking a 9-1 victory over Cajon (San Bernardino, Calif.) in their second tilt.
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Sparks baseball splits, softball swept
After taking its first game of the season with a 9-5 victory, the Sparks baseball team kept the momentum rolling and its bats hot in its second tilt of the young season.
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Wolf Pack falls in WAC semis
The Nevada Wolf Pack’s dreams of playing in the NCAA Tournament likely died Friday night. Most NCAA tourney prognosticators believe Nevada’s lack of quality wins and poor strength of schedule leave it no chance of at receiving an at-large berth despite its regular season Western Athletic Conference crown.
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Reed splits games on second day of preseason tourney
A day after kicking off its season with a solid win in the Mike Bearman Memorial Tournament, the Reed High baseball team showed two completely different sides to its team, getting smacked 11-1 by Douglas before coming from behind for a walk-off 5-4 victory over Carson.
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Spanish Springs picks up first baseball win
The Spanish Springs Cougars split a pair of preseason games at home in the annual season-opening Mike Bearman Memorial Tournament Friday. In the process, the SSHS nine picked up its first win of the two-day old season.
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Spanish Springs, Reed softball meet on Day 2 of preseason to...
Both the Cougars and Raiders won their early games of the Victory Pre-season Tournament Friday. Only one team was going to finish the day undefeated though.
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Sparks rolls over Hug in baseball; softball comes up short
The Sparks baseball team made its season debut in fine fashion Friday at home.
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Nevada gets by SJSU in first round of WAC tourney
LAS VEGAS — Western Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year Deonte Burton woke up after taking an elbow to the jaw.
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SSHS baseball drops debut
Opening Day of northern Nevada’s spring prep sports season had beautiful spring-like weather, not beautiful baseball. At least if you were a Spanish Springs fan that was the case.
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Commentary: Where’s a young Johnny Depp when you need one?
There’s been a whole lot of drama surrounding that favorite Las Vegas high school everyone loves to hate lately — Bishop Gorman.
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Reed baseball rolls in opener
A slow start to the season a year ago cost the Reed High baseball team a playoff berth. The RHS crew wants no part of that this time around.
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Sparks softball looking forward to new year
The struggles that the Sparks softball team faced last spring can be summed up by a single number: zero. That’s the number of wins the team captured on the field a year ago as its only victories tallied in the win column came on a pair of forfeits.
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