Decker enjoys the spotlight at Cal
Many kids that grow up playing sports, dream of the glory of helping guide their team to a championship. For former Spanish Springs’ softball standout Ashley Decker that dream played out a handful of times with the Cougars. Now Decker is taking that goal to the grandest of stages with her latest team.
Reed rolls to first Mayor’s Cup
The Reed High athletics programs will be hanging several new banners for their efforts this school year. The Raiders defended their Rail City Track & Field Championships crowns and retained possession of the Mayor’s Trophy, given to the winner of the Reed-Spanish Springs football game.
Aces blast Rainiers, 13-5
Reno’s Cole Gillespie was a perfect 5-for-5 at the plate with three RBI and two runs scored as the first-place Aces continued to beat up the cellar dweller of the Pacific North Wednesday afternoon.
New archery business going green
The summer months can leave many in search of activities to pass the time and take advantage of traditionally good weather. Luckily for those in the Reno-Sparks area, there is a new company providing an exciting sport to locals.
Aces cruise to 10-2 win over River Cats
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Trevor Bauer delivered a quality start, and Randy Ruiz and Ryan Wheeler homered, as the Reno Aces defeated the Sacramento River Cats 10-2 in the series finale Monday afternoon at Raley Field.
Gang rocks the Sand Box; Natenstedt tops 95A
Once again, members of Over The Hill Gang chapters converged in Fernley for their Memorial Day tradition, racing in the Sand Box that is the Lion’s Fernley Motocross Track. While Saturday didn’t have such nice weather, it was almost perfect on Sunday.
Aces shut out in Sacramento
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif.—After a 13-run, 17-hit effort on Friday, the Reno Aces were shutout on Saturday night, falling 10-0 to the Sacramento River Cats at Raley Field.
Sterling Silva : Reed coaches praise competitive nature of A...
The days of the three-sport high school athlete seem to be dwindling as fewer and fewer kids are donning school uniforms in all three prep seasons. But that growing trend didn’t stop Reed’s A.J. Silva. Not only did the RHS senior play three sports — football, basketball and baseball — but he excelled in all three as well.
First-place Aces dump River Cats, 13-3
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Reno took a two-run deficit into the seventh inning Friday night, but the Aces offense exploded for 12 runs over the game’s final three innings to capture a 13-3 victory over the Sacramento River Cats in the series opener at Raley Field.