Commentary: Realignment is in place; here we go...
The hard work surrounding Nevada's prep realignment issue is done. The committee put in the work to find a plan that could work and save money. State superintendents and NIAA leaders approved it. Athletic administrators across the state then responded and enacted new sport-by-sport schedules.
Cougars, Raiders improve at WildCreek
If there’s good news for the Spanish Springs and Reed boys golf teams, its that they lowered their team totals in tough conditions at Wednesday’s High Desert Tournament hosted at WildCreek Golf Course.
It's a whole new ball game
After months of brainstorming and evaluating feedback on realignment for the state’s high school athletic programs, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) approved the ground-breaking plan aimed at trimming expenses.
Lady Luck helps brothers top pony national
On Sunday the Western States Racing Association staged a combined race that was the third round of the National Hare Scrambles series as well as the third round of the MRANN series. Great weather set the stage for a day of wild racing while Lady Luck help determine the overall victory.
Railroaders bounce back
Sparks and Truckee resumed their 3A North League baseball and softball series at SHS Saturday. Truckee took the openers of both the baseball and softball sets on Wednesday, but Saturday was a much different story.
Raiders run by Indians
The Reed High baseball team lost two of three games in its season-opening High Desert League series against McQueen last week, but is now well on its way to winning a series. That’s because Reed dominated Elko 14-4 Friday in the opener of a three-game conference set between the two schools.
Cougars crush Colts
RENO — Spanish Springs earned its first High Desert League win of the young season on Thursday, posting a 17-6 road win over Wooster in prep baseball action.