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Excel Christian hoops program revamping
When thinking of prep boys basketball powers in the area, Excel Christian likely isn’t the first program to come to mind, or the second. When simply naming the prep boys basketball teams in the Truckee Meadows, it would be easy to blank on the private school.
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Reed freshman finishes eighth in Cross Country Junior Olympics
Two years ago, he started distance running to stay in shape for baseball. Five days ago, he finished eighth in the country in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships in San Antonio.
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Commentary: Manogue may be interested but Howren staying at ...
I usually don't delve too much into the rumor mill, but when enough people ask you about a rumor, it might be time to address it. You know, the old, "where there's smoke, there's fire" adage.
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Nevada Kart Sports offers service and support
RENO — Over the years there have been several local shops that catered to go-kart racers. Only one is left now, but it goes to the track rather than waiting for racers to come to it.
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Sparks boys hoops remains winless
The Sparks boys basketball team (0-7) is still looking for its first win of the season after two narrow defeats in its final two games of the Rail City Classic.
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Raiders' comeback falls short against Grizz
The Reed boys basketball team trimmed a 21-point second-half deficit to six with 4:52 remaining before falling 56-45 to Galena, at Wooster, Saturday afternoon.
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Pack stumbles at home to Div. II University of Nebraska-Omaha
The Wolf Pack’s slow start to the winter campaign got even slower Saturday night as Nevada fell 82-80, at home, to the NCAA Div. II University of Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks.
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SSHS boys hoops falls on final day of Chico tournament
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team wrapped up its three-day Chico, Calif. tournament on Saturday after getting saddled with a 65-59 loss to Oroville, Calif.
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Lowry rips Reed
The Reed boys basketball team looked like a team that was playing its fourth game in as many days Friday. The result wasn't pretty for Reed fans. The Raiders looked lethargic and a step slow all night while Lowry was active and sharp en route to handing the RHS squad a 65-46 defeat in a semifinal game of the annual Rail City Classic, hosted at Wooster High School.
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Shooting woes haunt Sparks in tournament loss
The Sparks boys basketball team struggled to put the ball in the basket after halftime and the result was a 53-43 losers' bracket loss to Marshall on Day 3 of the Railroaders' annual Rail City Classic, which they co-hosts with Wooster High School.
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Spanish Springs boys basketball blasts Downey, 64-21
The Downey Knights scored 11 first-quarter points. They scored just 10 more the rest of the way and that spelled bad news for the Modesto, Calif. school as it was hammered by Spanish Springs, 64-21 in boys prep basketball action Friday afternoon.
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Reed boys hoopers top Placer despite ugly final quarter
The Reed boys basketball team sprinted out to a 42-29 lead after three quarters against Placer (Auburn, Calif.) at Wooster, Thursday night and held on for a 52-43 win in the Rail City Classic. It was the Raiders’ (3-0) third win in less than 72 hours. The win wrapped up Pool D for the Raiders who advance into the championship bracket.
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Sparks boys basketball falls to Wooster
The Sparks boys basketball team trailed Wooster 34-32 going into the fourth quarter before Wooster’s Shandy Hunter hit three three-pointers in less than two minutes to pull away from the Railroaders for a 48-41 road win.
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Slow start dooms SSHS boys in opener of Chico tournament
A week ago Spanish Springs boys basketball coach Kyle Penney watched his team struggle in the opening game of a California tournament. Lackluster play after a road trip cost his team a chance at a win. So a week later, Penney had similar fears as he drove his team to Chico., Calif. for a three-day tourney at Pleasant Valley High School.
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Hug hands Sparks girls hoops another defeat
The Sparks girls basketball program has seen more than its fair share of hard times in recent years. But if the Railroaders' performance Tuesday night is any indication, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel for the SHS girls.
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Spanish Springs, Reed win HDL dual debuts
The Spanish Springs wrestling team has won six-straight High Desert League dual championships and it looks well on its way to winning another.
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Reed boys basketball thumps Wooster
Less than 21 hours after its big opening-night win over Douglas, the Reed boys basketball team rolled Wooster, 61-29, on the road Wednesday night in its first game in the Rail City Classic.
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Sparks boys basketball drops two in Rail City Classic
Wednesday was a tough day for the Sparks boys basketball team as it dropped to 0-4 on the season, falling to West Wendover and Damonte Ranch, on its home floor, in the first night of the Rail City Classic.
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DI North football honors released
Nevada’s DI prep football season came to a close with last Saturday’s state title game between Reed and Bishop Gorman and local all-league teams were released soon after. Both Reed and Spanish Springs advanced to the playoffs this season and both squads were well recognized.
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Spanish Springs trounces Wooster
There was no doubt which was the better boys basketball team at Spanish Springs Tuesday night. One team had played four games, the other had not played any. One team suits up one of the top players in the region. The other does not. One team started red-hot shooting from the field while the other did anything but.
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