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Reed, Spanish Springs girls cruise; Sparks comes up short
Maybe it was the earlier than normal start for a Saturday game, but the Reed and McQueen girls basketball teams’ offenses were anything but sharp in the first quarter of their High Desert League affair.
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Rail City boys teams pick up victories
Reed, Spanish Springs, Sparks all pick up key wins Saturday.
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Nevada hoops tops San Francisco
Hours after the Nevada football team imploded against Arizona in the New Mexico Bowl with a late game collapse, the Wolf Pack mens basketball team found itself facing the same predicament at Lawlor Events Center Saturday afternoon against the University of San Francisco.
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Sparks basketball gets swept by Lowry
The Sparks boys basketball team plays its home games in a gym that is commonly known as ‘The Brickhouse.’ Unfortunately for the Railroaders, they gave credence to the gym’s name on Friday night.
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Williams torches Douglas defense, leads Reed girls to romp
Gabby Williams poured in 40 points and led Reed to a 77-41 romp at Douglas in girls prep basketball action Friday night.
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Spanish Springs boys crunch California school
A quality start propelled the Spanish Springs boys basketball team to a 54-41 non-league home win over Central Catholic of Merced, Calif. Friday night.
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Local wrestlers set to do battle with best in country
Hailed as the toughest wrestling tournament in the U.S.A., the 18th Annual Reno Tournament of Champions will begin today at the Reno Events Center before concluding on Saturday. Teams from Reed and Spanish Springs will compete in the invitational, going toe-to-toe with some of the best from around America.
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Happy Holladay : Spanish Springs senior set for standout season
Spanish Springs’ senior Riley Holladay likes to keep things lighthearted during practice for the girls basketball team. Typically, Holladay laughs and dances around in between drills. When she is asked to reverse her jersey though, her mood suddenly changes.
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Spanish Springs wrestling downs McQueen; Reed rolls over Hug
Handing out 96 points in the JV wrestling match between McQueen and Spanish Springs meant for a late night when the varsity grapplers finally took the mat Wednesday evening at SSHS.
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Reno girls pull away from Spanish Springs
A six-minute drought that bridged the third and fourth quarters proved costly for the Spanish Springs girls basketball team. In the end, it cost the Cougars any shot at an upset road win against perennial state power Reno.
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Reed basketball splits at Hug
The Reed boys basketball team had a good strategy against the Hug Hawks Tuesday night - get Hug’s Player of the Year candidate Sam Williams in foul trouble and reap the benefits of him sitting on the bench.
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Spanish Springs boys hold off Reno
Spanish Springs finally got some consistent stops on the defensive end of the floor and then it was finally able to get a little separation. Spanish Springs gave up just two points in the final 3:30 of Tuesday night’s High Desert League contest at Reno and held on for a 56-51 win in boys prep basketball action.
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Wolf Pack impressive in win over Cal Poly
With just under seven minutes left in its game against the Nevada men’s basketball team, Cal Poly went on a 17-3 run. Unfortunately for the Mustangs, the five-minute long dash started in a 25-point hole and only momentarily startled the Wolf Pack at Lawlor Events Center on Tuesday night.
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Big league sprint car racing arrives
Big things are going to happen next spring when the oval track season begins. The King of the West sprint car series is now based out of 95A Speedway in Fernley.
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Mixed results for SSHS boys in Elko
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team improved its early season record to 4-2 by winning two of three games last weekend in eastern Nevada. Spanish Springs made its annual trek to Elko County to compete in the EHS Red Lion preseason tournament and came home with mixed feelings.
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SSHS girls stay perfect
Spanish Springs picks up two wins on the final day of its annual Winter Challenge.
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Railroaders race by Incline, Reed left with questions agains...
Early in its new season, the Sparks boys basketball team has been working out the kinks of its offense. On Saturday, the Railroaders seemed to find the right combination for success.
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Lady Railroaders fall to Hawks
The Sparks girls basketball team took the court Friday night at home against Hug with a set of familiar faces making up its roster, but a new face standing on the sideline. Initially it looked as though the Railroaders would respond well to the changes at hand, but the same problems that have become a plague for the Railroaders surfaced again as the Hawks stormed their way to a 57-29 victory.
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Big first quarter propels Spanish Springs girls to win
For the second straight night, the Spanish Springs girls basketball team made quick work of an out-of-state foe at the sixth annual High Sierra Winter Challenge.
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