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Reed football hosting fundraiser
The Reed High School Quarterback Club, the fundraising entity for the Raiders football program, is hosting a Meet-and-Greet Night as it gears up for the fast-approaching season.
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High Knees
The Reed High girls soccer program is hosting its late summer conditioning program three times a week (Tuesday-Thursday) this week and next. Official tryouts kick off August 16.
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Full-Contact Drills
SYFL teams started practices last week. The SYFL experience an all-day family fun event including scrimmages & mandatory weigh-ins for all football players is set for August 14 at Fallon High School.
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Commentary: Favre retirement saga continues
I wonder if Brett Favre sits at home in Mississippi each summer and thinks up ways to best mess with the national media.
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Teams head into final two weeks of summer workouts
With only two weeks before fall sports tryouts begin, teams are coming together for that one last final summer push to get ready for the upcoming seasons.
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Action-packed weekend for karts, cars
The Northern Nevada Kart Club staged its fourth round in almost perfect weather conditions. There were 54 entries with the Clone division having the most karts on its grid.
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Cougar pair enjoys run to national championship game
A pair of Spanish Springs juniors got to experience something this summer that most northern Nevada girls soccer players are never able to experience.
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Regional run ends for local all-star squads
The Spanish Springs Cal Ripken 11-year-old all-stars, who play on fields with 70-feet between bases, were eliminated from regional tournament action in Taylorsville, Utah Thursday afternoon.
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Spanish Springs Cal Ripken all-star teams fall
A pair of Spanish Springs Cal Ripken all-star teams came up on the short end of tourney tilts in regional tournaments Tuesday. Read more below.
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Mixed regional results for Spanish Springs all-stars
Spanish Springs Cal Ripken all-star teams are spread across the western states this week. Four different all-star teams from the local organization are competing in regional tournaments. Here's a brief rundown of the teams in action Tuesday.
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Aces take down Grizzlies
The Reno Aces blew up for eight runs to break open a tie game and earn a series win over the Fresno Grizzlies, cruising to a 14-7 victory Monday night in front of 5,049 fans at Aces Ballpark.
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Boise State tabbed as preseason WAC favorite
SALT LAKE CITY — Boise State is the runaway favorite to finish out its tenure in the Western Athletic Conference with another league title.
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Frontier days racing at Lovelock
The annual Frontier Days celebration was highlighted by a two-day show at the Lovelock Speedway. Several drivers celebrated as well as they swept their races and everyone got a chance to race on the speedway's new clays surface.
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Schedules set for prep football
With the new alignment in the northern Nevada football ranks, finalizing schedules has been an easier process than in the past for most teams.
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Good Ol' Boys of Summer
The city of Sparks currently has more than 4,100 participants playing in its summer softball leagues. That number is comprised of 317 teams for this second summer season, that will run through mid-September.
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Sparks All-Stars knocked out by Reno West
The Sparks Babe Ruth all-stars saw their summer season come to an end Thursday night at Lampe Park in Gardnerville. Sparks suffered a 12-4 losers’ bracket loss to Reno West at the 14-year-old State Babe Ruth Tournament.
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Regional Ready
It’s going to be a busy week for the Spanish Springs Cal Ripken League. The local youth baseball organization saw six of its all-star teams win state titles and advance to regional tournaments at various venues across the West.
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Truckee Meadows set to host Police & Fire Games
The Northern Nevada Police and Fire Games (NNPFG), a charitable organization, hosted the Western States Police and Fire Games in Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe back in 2005.
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Sparks 14-year-old All-Stars stay alive
Sparks survived seven errors and was still able to take down Walker River 13-4 in the losers’ bracket of the Babe Ruth state tournament at Lampe Park in Gardnerville Tuesday night.
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Forehands for Free
A local tennis program for under-privileged youth is winding down its summer lessons over the next week and a half.
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