Cougars shut out Damonte Ranch
With Damonte Ranch runners on second and third and just one out in the bottom of the sixth, it looked as though Spanish Springs starting pitcher Nikk Audenried was on the verge of giving away the Cougars’ 2-0 edge and being chased from the game. Looks can be deceiving.
Spanish Springs spanks Galena
After more than a week off in the young season, the Spanish Springs Cougars were anxious to get back into the swing of things. The SSHS crew opened its spring campaign with the Victory Preseason Tournament in Sacramento more than a week ago but has not played since.
Spanish Springs baseball dumped by Damonte Ranch
The Spanish Springs offense was nearly non-existent and the its defense was abysmal. That doesn't often make for a winning combination and it certainly didn't for the Cougars Saturday. They were saddled with a 6-1 home loss by Damonte Ranch in Division I North league prep baseball action.
McQueen nips Reed 8-7
The Reed baseball team built itself an early 3-1 lead at McQueen Saturday afternoon before the Lancers tallied seven runs over three innings to grab a comfortable 8-1 advantage. With their final three outs, the Raiders tried to leave the host fidgeting as much as possible, but in the end there wasn’t enough outs left in the game to allow RHS to finish the comeback as McQueen held on for the 8-7 victory.
Sparks softball falls twice
The Sparks High softball team came out on the short end of a pair of Division 1A North crossover games at Dayton Saturday. Sparks was drilled 12-0 in five innings by Fallon and then ripped 10-1 by Dayton.
Reed shuts out North Valleys
A solid pitching performance and a clean defensive effort helped the Reed Raiders to a 5-0 non-league home win over North Valleys in prep softball action Thursday afternoon. A few timely hits didn't hurt either.
Reed bounces back at Damonte
Two days removed from a 10-0 loss in which just one hit and a slew of defensive lapses doomed the Reed baseball team, the Raiders were in search of redemption in the back end of its two-game series with Damonte . The Blue and Gold got just that on Thursday.
Former Reed standout earns Big West All-Conference honor
Moments after the University of Pacific women’s basketball team had beaten UC Davis 59-54 last Saturday, clinching the first ever Big West regular season title in program history, former Reed High standout Erica McKenzie and the Tigers celebrated the achievement of their long-standing goal.
NNSR still drawing participants for programs
When the YMCA of the Sierra closed its doors over a year ago, Brian Sundeen felt an immediate need to continue to provide the area with a place to take part in sports and recreation. So he opened the doors to Northern Nevada Sports and Recreation.
Cougars outlast Galena in slugfest
After the Spanish Springs baseball team dug itself out of a pair of four-run deficits against Galena, the Cougars watched in shock as the visitors once again jumped ahead by four late in the contest. Fortunately the Purple and Silver, it still had its turn at the plate as the Cougars rallied back to take a 15-12 victory Tuesday afternoon.
Reed softball stymies Senators
It took the Reed offense four frames to get going, but the Raiders finally got just enough scoring to pull out a 3-0 non-league home win over Carson Tuesday afternoon in prep softball action.
Wolfe one-hits Reed; Damonte wins 10-0
The Northern D-I league baseball opener between Reed and Damonte Ranch set up to be a pitchers’ duel. The radar guns were locked and loaded on Reed ace right-hander Mark Nowaczewski, but the scouts didn’t have to stay long.