Reed boys drop debut to Damonte
The Reed boys basketball team got off to a sluggish start Tuesday night that it could not overcome. The result was a 64-55 home loss to Damonte Ranch in its season opener.
Two bullrings - similar yet different
At first glance, short oval tracks might seem alike but in reality they aren't. While these bullrings offer good family style entertainment, at an affordable price, and action packed racing their differences set them apart.
Railroaders ready for new season
When veteran coach Dick Lee returned to the coaching sidelines two years ago at Sparks High School, he had great expectations. After all, Lee had guided the SHS boys hoop program into northern Nevada 4A prowess during his first stint at the school in the mid-1990s.
Nevada's 'pistol' targets Boise state
In January 2005, coach Chris Ault told his assistants he was going to install a concoction he dubbed the ‘‘pistol.’’ He wanted to dramatically alter Nevada’s pass-happy, shotgun offense that had just produced a losing season.
Reed rolling on
The Reed High girls basketball team has been a traditional Nevada state power over the past 20 years. Raiders coach Sara Schopper doesn’t expect her 2009-2010 squad to deviate from that trend.
Nevada shoots down Houston in men's hoops
It is a good thing Nevada eclipsed the century mark in scoring Saturday night, because it gave up 99 points. The Wolf Pack held off a furious second-half comeback attempt by the Houston Cougars to capture a 112-99 victory in front of 5,721 at Lawlor Events Center, in an NCAA men's non-conference basketball battle.