Quinn pulls away to win Tahoe celebrity golf
Dan Quinn birdied three of his first seven holes Sunday to pull ahead and then stretched his lead on the back nine to earn a six-point victory over former NFL quarterback Mark Rypien in the American Century Championship at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course.
Hitting home runs on and off the field
In Cal Ripken Baseball League circles, there is a familiar name that stands to represent the state of Nevada at regionals. Across each age division from 8-12 minus one, the Spanish Springs Cal Ripken League is the delegate from Nevada trying to make the World Series. It is a trend that has solidified itself over recent years and if the kids playing ball for Spanish Springs have a say in it, that trend will remain in place.
Fun for all: celebrities, sports fans alike enjoy ACC
After teeing off on the 10th hole during his practice round at Edgewood-Tahoe Golf Course on Wednesday afternoon, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith picked up his golf bag to start on the trek down the fairway. That’s when a voice piped up from the onlookers and threw out a question for the signal-caller.
Aces fall in Tucson, 5-3
TUCSON, Ariz.—Josh Bell singled, doubled and drove in a run, but the rest of the Aces offense struggled Wednesday night, as Reno dropped a 5-1 decision to the Tucson Padres at Kino Stadium.
State Tourney Bound
Most 10-year-old kids spend their summer trying to escape the heat, either by playing in the water or chasing down the ice cream truck. For some 10-year-olds, they spend the dog days of summer chasing something entirely different.
Aces win two in Tucson
TUCSON, Ariz.—Joe Martinez became the PCL’s third 10-game winner and Reno moved to a season-high 19 games over .500 Tuesday, as the Aces collected a pair of wins over the Tucson Padres at Kino Stadium.
SS 10’s earn berth to regionals with 21-3 victory
Literally seconds after the Spanish Springs 8-year-olds began celebrating their state championship victory Sunday evening, the 10-year-olds capped an undefeated run for Spanish Springs teams at the four state tournaments hosted at Eagle Canyon Park.
Spanish Springs 12-year-olds need extras to win state; 10's ...
The Spanish Springs Cal Ripken 12-year-old All-Star team faced off against the squad representing Silver State to decide the Cal Ripken Nevada State championship. While Spanish Springs cruised to a 13-0 victory in the first game of the best-of-three series, taking the title would prove much harder in Game 2 in an eight-inning affair en route to an 8-3 victory.
Bees clip Aces 4-3
Charles Brewer delivered a quality start for the Aces Saturday night, but a two-run Salt Lake eighth inning spoiled Reno’s lead and pushed the Bees to a 4-3 victory at Aces Ballpark.
Spanish Springs All-Stars cruise past Sun Valley
The Spanish Springs Cal Ripken 8-year-old All-Star team was asked to give itself a grade after its game on Friday afternoon. Unfortunately for the kids, they could not come up with a grade high enough to rank their performance as Spanish Springs rolled to a 34-2 romp over the squad representing Sun Valley.
Spanish Springs all-stars roll
The Spanish Springs Cal Ripken 8-year-old All-Stars kicked the Cal Ripken Nevada State Tournament off with a bang, handing the Silver State All-Stars a lopsided 13-1 defeat on Thursday evening at Eagle Canyon Park.
Four Days of Fun : Spanish Springs football hosting second-y...
Through the summer months many prep athletic programs take part in summer camps in order to further the progress of their teams. For those on the gridiron, these camps normally take place at a university campus that is miles and miles away from home. With the hefty cost of camp heaped on top of the added expense of food and travel, the tab can add up quickly.