Local football programs gear up for Week 2 tilts
Nevada's high school football season kicked off last week and all three Rail City schools got their feet wet in season openers. While the local program had different results, all three coaches saw reason for optimism and areas that need sharper execution.
Cougars win first HDL tournament
The High Desert League girls golf season could not have started much better for the Spanish Springs Cougars. The SSHS squad posted a 348 team total to easily win the HDL’s first tournament of the fall season.
Dwarfs battle at American Valley
The American Valley Speedway hosted a two-day show, the Northern Western Dwarf Car Regional. Fans that attended on either night saw some in your face racing as these little speedsters tore around this paper clip shaped track.
Nevada aims high, could be WAC farewell
RENO — Expectations couldn’t be higher for a Nevada football team picked to have the best chance of dethroning league champion Boise State in what could be the last season for both teams in the Western Athletic Conference.
Bump, Set, Spike
All three local high schools are gearing up for this weekend’s volleyball action. Reed and Spanish Springs are in Las Vegas for a tournament, while Sparks is in Yerington.
Perennial powers tabbed as favorites
The Northern 4A has dissolved its two-league format for football following a statewide realignment that saw the region lose three schools to the 3A ranks and another to independent status. That has left the 11-team league with a new look and new playoff format, but local coaches don’t believe the balance of power has shifted.
Reed reloads, ready for another strong season
After rolling to an undefeated High Desert League record and the Northern 4A regional football crown a year ago, the Reed Raiders enter this season with a bull’s eye square on their back, despite losing many key players to graduation.
What's on tap for 2010-11
The front doors to Washoe County School District high schools won’t open to students for a few more days. Still, there are student athletes who will be plenty busy even before the new school year officially begins. That’s because the 2010-11 school year begins Monday, but the new high school football season kicks off Friday night. And all three Sparks schools are in action.