Championship year for young driver
FALLON - Winning a championship is an illusive dream for most racers and earning three in one year is almost unheard of. It's even more amazing when the driver has just moved into a new class.
Competitive preseason camp should pay dividends for Cougars
Spanish Springs boys basketball coach Kyle Penney has a reputation for getting his athletes to play really hard and getting the most basketball production possible from his talent pool. So not surprisingly, improving competitiveness and mental toughness have been key themes during the Cougars' first two weeks of practice.
Reed shocks Liberty, advances to state final
RENO -- The Reed High football team wasn't much up for playing close contests in the regular season. The only game Reed played where the final margin was single digits, was its lone loss of the fall campaign, a 29-27 league loss to Reno.
Reed boys basketball faces familiar challenge
Dustin Hall is entering his sixth season at the helm of the Reed boys basketball program. One might think the job would get a little easier with each passing season. However, Hall says that's not the case, at least for him.
Reed, Liberty set for state semifinal gridiron battle
The Reed High football team finds itself in a familiar spot, Nevada's large-school state semifinals. It's the fourth time in five years the Raiders have advanced to this stage and the third time during that stretch they've faced a southern Nevada opponent.
Neely wins race, Tichenor claims MRANN title
PURGATORY PEAK - The 15th annual Stan Searle Memorial race, also named The Flying Chukar 100, was postponed from mid-October to this weekend due to the government shutdown. So this weekend the Tankslappers Motorcycle Club staged the two-day event east of Winnemucca Dry Lake's north end.
Pack hoopers fall at home to Morehead State
On your home court you typically expect the ball to bounce your way. That was not the case Sunday afternoon for the Nevada men's basketball team as it fell to 3-3 on the season with a 63-58 home loss to Morehead State (5-2).
Commentary: Raiders just win, who cares how?
The Reed football team has become a victim of its own success. Multiple people told me they didn't plan on going to Friday's North Region football final because they feared Reed would roll to a blowout win. Another guy, who had to go, said 'I'll see you at the massacre on Friday.' He was alluding to a potential Reed romp.