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Roll of the Dice: Joey Dice has Reed baseball rolling
Rolling dice comes with probability. Few know that better than Truckee Meadows residents and tourists. But Reed baseball coach John Phenix marches to the beat of his own drum. Phenix is only person in the region who rolls a die every day and knows exactly what he is going to get.
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Speed, carnage at Rattlesnake opener
FALLON - Spring-like weather greeted fans and racers Saturday evening as Rattlesnake Raceway kicked off its 2014 season. The night saw just about everything from speedy, hard racing to a lot of slam, bang action, especially in the big car classes.
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Cougs' semifinal loss Saturday tells story
The Spanish Springs softball team’s play, Saturday, in the championship bracket of Reed’s annual Spring Break Tournament was symbolic of its season.
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Reed softball stunned in tourney quarterfinal
Thirteen may be an unlucky number for some, but it was 15 that did in the Reed High softball team Saturday. The Raiders had ripped off 14-straight wins to open their spring campaign, but it was the 15th game of the season that saw Reed's record tarnished for the first time.
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Both Sparks squads swept in Elko
The Sparks softball team’s losing streak reached double digits Saturday with a pair of losses at Elko (5-10, 4-6).
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Sparks softball, baseball struggle in series opener at Elko
The Elko Indians exploded for 10 unanswered runs in the final three innings and romped to a 13-3 triumph over Sparks in DI-A North League prep softball action Friday afternoon.
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SSHS softball wins two, ties another in Reed tourney
The Spanish Springs softball team wrapped up the first day of the annual Reed Spring Break tournament with an emotional 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Sutter, Calif. Friday afternoon.
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Local prep softball squads grade out at Spring Break
Students of the Washoe County School District started their first two-week long Spring Break Monday. While some students and their families are on their way to Tahoe or chasing warmth, most spring prep athletes are staying home – for practice and games.
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Railroaders drop twin bill to Lassen
Wednesday’s non-league doubleheader with Lassen did not give Sparks coach Frank Avilla the break he was hoping for.
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Spanish Springs baseball caps perfect tourney run
The Spanish Springs Cougars scored a trio of unearned runs in the fourth inning and made them stand up en route to capturing a 3-2 triumph over Douglas in prep baseball action Wednesday. The one-run win capped a perfect run for the Cougars through this week's northern Nevada Spring Break tournament.
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2010 NLCS MVP to start season in Reno
Cody Ross, the 2010 NLCS MVP with San Fransisco Giants, will start the 2014 season on a rehab assignment with the Reno Aces.
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Reed softball set to host annual tournament
The Reed High softball team is among the most successful programs in the state every year. A staple of the Raiders' schedule each season is their annual Spring Break tournament. That tournament weekend hits the calendar in the coming days and the softball fields at Shadow Mountain Park and Reed High will be bustling with activity Friday and Saturday.
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Aces best Pack in exhibition
The Reno Aces and Wolf Pack met in an exhibition baseball game at Aces Ball Park for the fifth straight year, Tuesday night.
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Sparks baseball snags first league victory
A late Truckee rally wasn't enough to keep the Sparks Railroaders from picking up their first DI-A North League win of the spring campaign. Truckee had the potential winning run on second base, but left it stranded as Sparks held on for a 9-8 home win in the conference clash.
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Cougars bounce Senators, Lancers in tournament baseball
On Tuesday, the Spanish Springs baseball team picked up two wins in the same day for the first time this season. The Cougars got by Carson 3-2 in the afternoon and then earned an 11-8 victory over McQueen in the evening. Both wins were of the comeback variety and came in Day 2 action of a non-league Spring Break tournament hosted at Carson High.
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Sibling Rivalry: Senior twins compete on the diamond for Ree...
The Reed baseball and softball teams have a good thing going. They've also got a rare thing going. It's not often a school gets a pair of pitching aces for their spring teams who know what it's like to compete on the field and then also what it's like to take that competition home.
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Back to Basics
Spanish Springs Basketball Academy teaches game the right way, builds future program depth
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Wild night at 95A in Fernley opener
FERNLEY - The 95A Speedway opened its season Saturday with an afternoon of wild racing and carnage as drivers all aimed to win the year's first race. Those fans that braved the cool, windy weather got their money's worth in an action-packed afternoon.
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Spanish Springs baseball buries North Valleys
After back-to-back emotional and frustrating league losses to Reno, the Spanish Springs baseball team needed a win. It got one, in resounding fashion, Monday night, knocking off North Valleys 10-0 in six innings during non-league Spring Break tournament play at McQueen.
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