Smokescreen : Local football programs deal with smoky skies,...
It's Week 2 of the high school football season but two of the Rail City's three prep programs have not suited up in a game. The smoke-infested skies over the Truckee Meadows forced athletic officials at Spanish Springs and Sparks to cancel their season openers due to health concerns and no make-up dates will be set.
Cross Country coach looks to inspire
On a spring day two years ago, Ron Cross boarded a plane for Washington D.C. Like any tourist, he was excited to see the sites and visit the country’s capital, but for him, the trip was more than just a sight-seeing expedition.
VORRA U.S. 500 ends with narrow victory
YERINGTON - The Valley Off Road Racing Association (VORRA) ended the desert part of its season this weekend with the staged the annual U.S. 500. The featured a new venue, using part of a known course with miles added to it.
Reed wins season debut in California
There's overcoming adversity and then there's what the Reed football team did Friday night in its season opener. Despite getting in just four full-contact padded practices and despite being forced indoors for workouts for more than a week during preseason camp, Reed went on the road to suburban Redding, Calif. Friday night, built a big lead and held on to knock off Norcal power Foothill, 38-28.
Back to Business, maybe : Week 1 of high school football sch...
The start of the high school football season is just around the corner, or is it? Opening Night for the Nevada’s prep football programs is set for Friday night and while many venues across the state may indeed host the fall debuts for many schools, it’s still unclear if that will be the case in Washoe County.
Cougars coach: 'We have to move on'
Spanish Springs volleyball coach Frank Sandomenico and his Cougars got to experience a high that not many prep teams are fortunate enough to earn. They put together a fairy tale season in 2012 and captured the first volleyball state championship in school history.