Good to great — Spanish Springs coach says its time for expe...
The Spanish Springs High football team did not qualify for postseason play for six straight season from 2003 to 2008. That stretch included the first three seasons under current coach Scott Hare. However, the perception of the Cougars’ gridiron program is changing a bit — from regular season also ran to legitimate contenders — after back-to-back playoff appearances.
Raiders ready for big year
No one finished with a better league record than Reed last fall. Despite losing one game and not to either of the teams that also tied the Raiders with a 7-1 mark, Reed had to settle for the third seed in the playoffs.
War of Attrition
Realignment prior to the 2010 high school football season greatly changed the face of the gridiron in northern Nevada.
Aces walk off with 7-6 win in 12 innings
Ryan Langerhans' 12th-inning ground-rule double plated pinch runner Tom Layne, giving Reno a 7-6, walk-off win over Tacoma at Aces Ballpark, stretching the Aces' division lead to 8.5 games and reducing their magic number to seven.
Prep golfers ready to tee off
Spanish Springs is coming off a Northern 4A championship season in girls golf, but SSHS girls golf coach Victor Sherbondy believes McQueen and Reno are the teams to beat with standouts Kelsey Roberts and Denise Wilkerson leading those teams respectively.
Kroenke shines in Aces 4-2 win
Aces starter Zach Kroenke held the Tacoma Rainiers to just two runs over seven innings Sunday afternoon, extending Reno’s division lead to 7.5 games with a 4-2 victory at Aces Ballpark.
The last Saturday before the opening weekend of high school football is traditionally set aside for scrimmages and this year is no different.
Layne, Berroa guide Reno to 5-3 win in OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY — Tom Layne came out of the bullpen in relief of injured starter Barry Enright and held Oklahoma City to just a run over five innings Friday night, lifting the Reno Aces to a 5-3 victory over the RedHawks in the series finale at RedHawks Field at Bricktown.
Back in the Saddle Again
Victor Sherbondy has been coaching high school golf in northern Nevada for nearly two decades. With the girls’ season in the fall and boys’ in the spring it affords many coaches the opportunity to work both seasons, something Sherbondy had done most recently at Spanish Springs since 2005.
Aces recent woes continue in loss at OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY—Wes Roemer kept the Aces in the game in his first Triple-A start of the season, but a five-run Oklahoma City seventh inning pushed the RedHawks to a 6-3 victory over Reno Thursday night at RedHawks Field at Bricktown.
Future unclear for pod system
A year ago the state’s top high school athletic officials put into effect a realignment plan that grouped 3A and 2A schools into a pod league format where they competed against each other despite their separate classifications.
Aces fall to RedHawks, 2-1
OKLAHOMA CITY—Reno starter Gaby Hernandez held Oklahoma City to just two runs over six innings, but the Aces dropped their fourth-straight game Wednesday night, 2-1, at RedHawks Field at Bricktown.
RedHawks walk off with win over Aces
OKLAHOMA CITY—Reno held a three-run lead through seven innings and had Oklahoma City down to its final strike in the ninth, but the RedHawks put together a late rally to walk-off with a 5-4 victory over the Aces in the series opener Tuesday at RedHawks Field at Bricktown.