Alumni return to sidelines of Rail City schools
If one is to take a look around the coaching landscape of the Reed and Spanish Springs basketball programs, a lot of familiar faces will pop up. At all different levels, former Raiders and Cougars have returned to their alma maters to help coach.
MX racers rip through Fernley sandbox
The area’s racing year was started by the Reno chapter of the Over the Hill Gang as they hosted the first round of SMRA’s spring series. Almost spring weather set the stage for a day of hard racing for over 270 riders on the track they call “The Sand Box.”
Reed takes two from North Valleys
The Reed boys basketball team went into Friday night’s game against last-place High Desert League foe North Valleys with the No. 2 seed and a first-round home playoff game. Fortunately for the Raiders, they escaped with a 76-71 victory to secure one last game in the familiar confines of their own gym.
Late threes spark Nevada in Hawaii
The Nevada Wolf Pack had no trouble rebounding Thursday night in Hawaii. After seeing its 16-game winning streak come to an end last Saturday night at home in an upset loss to Idaho, Nevada rebounded in a big way five days later.
Reno girls run away from Spanish Springs
RENO — The Spanish Springs Cougars’ hopes of hosting their first playoff game in school history came crashing down in a 65-46 High Desert League road loss to perennial Northern 4A power Reno in girls prep basketball action Tuesday night.
Hug boys get past Reed
One of the top two High Desert League boys basketball teams was guaranteed to be heading in the wrong direction after Tuesday night.
Sparks boys basketball prevails, girls fall short
Fresh off clinching the Mount Rose League's No. 1 seed for the Northern 3A playoffs, the Sparks boys basketball team kept its momentum going as it nears regional play. The Railroaders latest win is a 64-39 drubbing of visiting North Tahoe Tuesday night.