Preparing to win
It can be a long, monotonous summer for high school football players. Teams aren’t allowed to use pads, so action is limited.
Spanish Springs routs Fallon
The Spanish Springs 11-year-old Cal Ripken All-Stars are well on their way to winning a state championship after routing Fallon 10-0 in four innings Friday night.
Summer on the Links
The NNJGA is open to junior members 7 to 17 years of age. The program runs from June through August while offering three levels of competition. It annually conducts parent meetings and rule seminars to continue the education of the juniors and parents on the Rules of Golf and Golf Etiquette.
Improvement is the name of the game
Both the Spanish Springs High School girls and boys basketball teams host summer programs aimed at improving their players’ skill sets during the offseason. Those programs were in full swing Tuesday at SSHS.
Fireworks on the dirt at Lovelock
The 4th of July weekend began with fireworks on the dirt oval at the Lovelock Speedway. Despite a low car count, the drivers put on a show of spirited racing for the fans.
Jump for Joy
The AAU West Coast Junior Olympic Games are being hosted at Reed High School’s Dave Nolte Northern Nevada Regional Track Complex.
Diamonds in the Rough
The San Francisco Giants Community Fund just completed its stretch drive. The three-day fundraising effort wrapped up Wednesday during the finale of the Giants-Dodgers series.
Sparks Centennial Renegades survive
A night after beating the Sparks National Renegades in a game that guaranteed one Sparks team reaching the semifinals, Sparks Centennial continued its undefeated streak with a roller-coaster ride Wednesday night.
Sparks National eliminated
Sparks National and Truckee were on a collision course to open the quarterfinals of the Hooligans Little League All-Star tournament Tuesday night at Shadow Mountain Park.