Spanish Springs wrestlers win regional crown
RENO – Goal number one, check. Goal number two, check. Spanish Springs made three goals for the 2009-2010 wrestling season, so far the Cougars have accomplished two of them. The first was a High Desert League title. The second was winning the Northern 4A Regional championship. The Cougars did just that Saturday.
Cougar boys see playoff dreams die
RENO — Offensive woes proved costly once again for the Spanish Springs Cougars Friday night. They definitely contributed to the SSHS squad being assured it will miss the postseason for the first time in three years.
Playoff picture taking shape
As northern Nevada’s high school basketball programs wrap up their regular seasons this weekend, coaches and fans alike are scrambling to analyze playoff scenarios and seeding.
Sparks boys roll, girls fall
On Senior Night, the Sparks Railroaders got one step closer to an undefeated 3A North League season thanks to a 78-39 victory over Truckee in boys prep basketball action Wednesday.
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Tuesday was a special night at Reed High School. The Reed boys hoop team, which is struggling through its toughest season in two decades, captured an upset win over North Valleys. There were the annual Winter Homecoming festivities and the local school dedicated its court to former coach Paul Gray.
Inspired Raiders surprise Panthers
With nothing left to play for but pride, and the satisfaction of foiling other teams’ playoff plans, the Reed boys basketball team came out Tuesday night in front of a packed house and gave the Homecoming crowd all it wanted.
Pack Gives Back
RENO – It was a busy day for the Nevada women's basketball team Saturday as it hosted Women In Sports Day and High School Day. The Pack also found time to honor their women’s basketball alumni and throw a clinic for area youths in eighth grade and below before suiting up to host Western Athletic Conference foe San Jose State.
Reed football standout earns national honor
As if being named a first team all-region and all-state wide receiver as well as the High Desert League’s Player of the Year weren’t enough, Reed senior Aaron Greenblat now has some national recognition he can brag about.