Youth soccer registration nears
The local American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) is having its annual registration for the fall season on select days from April 20 – June 1, 2013 at Mendive Middle School.
Racers have fun in the Sand Box
It all began last year when Rich Barker, vice president for the Trail Blazers Motorcycle Club and Layne Kolbet, president of the Over the Hill Gang, had an idea. They wanted to create a fun event to honor the late Rich Thorwaldson, who was a driving force in this area's motorcycle racing.
Reed caps sweep of Manogue, 5-4
Late in its game at Reed Saturday, it looked as though Bishop Manogue was going to steal a win away from the Raiders. Fortunately for the Blue and Gold, it managed its own comeback effort in the sixth inning en route to a 5-4 win and a Division I North sweep of the Miners.
Cougars complete sweep of Reno
After taking Game 1 against Reno, the Spanish Springs baseball team entered its game Saturday on a mission to do something no other Cougar club in program history had done: sweep the Huskies. Behind seven combined scoreless innings from pitchers Garrett Covington and Nikk Audenried, the Purple and Silver can check Reno off its list.
Lady Raiders, Cougars come away with wins
Through its first eight games of the season, the Reed softball team has done a fairly good job of limiting opponents’ offense, allowing just fewer than two runs per game to cross home plate. While Reed coach Jon Wunder is pleased with the Raiders’ defensive effort, it has left him wanting more production from the RHS bats. He got that on Thursday.
Wooster easily sweeps Sparks softball
After starting the season 2-2, the Sparks high softball team has fallen into a mini-slump of late, dropping three straight games. Unfortunately for the Railroaders, Wooster increased the SHS losing streak to five on Wednesday afternoon.
Reno bests Spanish Springs in first HDL golf tourney, Reed t...
The Golf Gods must not get along too well with Mother Nature. After unseasonably warm sunny weather for nearly two weeks, northern Nevada's traditional grey skies and blustery winds were once again in full effect and just in time for the High Desert League's first boys prep golf tournament of the spring, hosted Tuesday at RedHawk Golf Club.
Cougars shut out Damonte Ranch
With Damonte Ranch runners on second and third and just one out in the bottom of the sixth, it looked as though Spanish Springs starting pitcher Nikk Audenried was on the verge of giving away the Cougars’ 2-0 edge and being chased from the game. Looks can be deceiving.
Spanish Springs spanks Galena
After more than a week off in the young season, the Spanish Springs Cougars were anxious to get back into the swing of things. The SSHS crew opened its spring campaign with the Victory Preseason Tournament in Sacramento more than a week ago but has not played since.
McQueen nips Reed 8-7
The Reed baseball team built itself an early 3-1 lead at McQueen Saturday afternoon before the Lancers tallied seven runs over three innings to grab a comfortable 8-1 advantage. With their final three outs, the Raiders tried to leave the host fidgeting as much as possible, but in the end there wasn’t enough outs left in the game to allow RHS to finish the comeback as McQueen held on for the 8-7 victory.
Spanish Springs baseball dumped by Damonte Ranch
The Spanish Springs offense was nearly non-existent and the its defense was abysmal. That doesn't often make for a winning combination and it certainly didn't for the Cougars Saturday. They were saddled with a 6-1 home loss by Damonte Ranch in Division I North league prep baseball action.