Sp. Springs spikers sweep McQueen
The Spanish Springs volleyball squad stayed undefeated in league and in first place of the High Desert League when it traveled to league rival McQueen Thursday night and came away with a three-game sweep 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.
Raiders kill Hawks
There are bad halves of football. And then there is what the Hug Hawks suffered through Thursday night in their Northern 4A League affair at Reed. If it could have been worse for Hug, it’s hard to imagine how.
Sparks soccer splits in Incline
The Railroaders boys are making sure their opponents view them as the team to beat after improving to 12-0 and 3-0 in league play with a 3-0 triumph over Incline Thursday.
Cougars, Raiders nab league road wins
The Spanish Springs Cougars extended a perfect start to their season, picking up a 5-2 win at McQueen in boys prep soccer action Wednesday afternoon. However, it was not all smooth sailing for the Cougars. Spanish Springs faced its first deficit of the young season early in the second half.
Cougars bounce Raiders
Round 1 of Rail City volleyball bragging rights is headed Spanish Springs’ way as the Cougars protected their home court by sweeping Reed Tuesday night 25-19, 25-19, 27-25.
Reed girls down Reno, collect first win
It took the Reed Raiders four matches to get on the scoreboard, but once they found some offense, they found a win. The end result was the RHS club picked up a 2-0 road victory over Reno in girls prep soccer action Tuesday night.
Cougars cruise to first at Washoe
Spanish Springs sophomore Trae Jones carded an 88, which landed her in second place in the individual standings of Monday’s High Desert League girls golf tournament at Washoe Golf Course.
Full moon equals wild night at RFR
Racers and fans know when a full moon is in the night’s sky anything can happen and often does. This belief seemed to come true Saturday night at the Reno-Fernley Raceway as the racing was hot and the action wild.
Aces drop 13-2 decision to Sacramento in Game 5
Ryan Langerhans put the Aces ahead early with a two-run home run Sunday afternoon, but Sacramento countered with 13 unanswered runs in a 13-2 victory over Reno in the decisive Game 5 of the Pacific Conference Championship Series at Raley Field.
Ducks drill Wolf Pack
EUGENE, Ore. — There’s no doubting the Thomases at Oregon. Darron Thomas matched a school record with six touchdown passes and the 13th-ranked Ducks rebounded from their season-opening loss to beat Nevada 69-20 on Saturday.
Aces drop Game 3 of playoff series in Sacramento
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Reno hit a pair of solo home runs early, but Sacramento unlocked a tie ballgame with a three-run seventh inning to capture a 5-2 victory over the Aces in Game Three of the Pacific Conference Championship Series at Raley Field.
Cougars maim Hawks, 40-14
The Spanish Springs Cougars grabbed the momentum early Friday night in their prep football clash at Hug and never let go. The result was a 40-14 SSHS romp over the host Hawks in the Northern 4A League opener for both schools.
Sparks football still winless after 31-25 loss at Fernley
Sparks made a valiant second-half comeback but couldn’t make up the 22-6 halftime deficit in its 31-25 loss at Fernley Friday night. The Railroaders got their points on a 57-yard field goal by Esteban Bravo, which broke Keith Lightfoot’s school record, and a 30-yarder. But Sparks figured things out in the second half. “We got more physical on the defensive side of the ball,” Sparks football coach Rob Kittrell said. “We started seeing what thes...