ArenOcross rocks Livestock Events Center
Years ago the annual indoor motocross event here was called Arenocross. This time the national series used that name and called it ArenOcross, two nights of pro races followed by amateur day on Sunday.
Wolf Pack downs Aggies, 100-92
The Nevada men's basketball team got a little bit closer to earning the second seed in next week's Western Athletic Conference Tournament. Nevada did it by posting a 100-92 WAC home win over New Mexico State in front of 5,878 at Lawlor Events Center Thursday night.
What's On Tap?
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) has probably never put into effect such wide-sweeping changes as are expected to pass at the organization’s quarterly meeting next week. The state’s governing body for high school sports is expected to pass a realignment plan aimed at cutting school districts’ athletic expenses and keeping student-athletes in class longer.
Reed's Peacon named co-POY
Anyone who followed the High Desert League girls basketball season this year knew it was going to be nearly impossible to justify having one Player of the Year.
There's a Train Comin' Through!
When Sparks High athletic administrator Charlie Walsh spearheaded a campaign for realignment so his school could drop out of the 4A ranks and down to the 3A for the 2004-05 school year, he envisioned the Railroaders competing for state championships rather than getting beat up by schools double in size.