South Tahoe keeps Sparks winless
Sparks managed one win on the gridiron a year ago. That team came to town again Friday night. But this time South Tahoe was more than a winless Sparks squad could handle.
Sparks boys soccer saddled with first loss
The Truckee Wolverines handed the Sparks boys soccer team its first loss of the fall season. Sparks, which handed Truckee its only league defeat of the season, last month at SHS, fell 2-0 on the road to the California school Thursday afternoon.
Setting an example with a smile
When the Spanish Springs High School volleyball team finds itself in trouble during a match, head coach Frank Sandomenico will call a timeout to get his squad on the right page. Instead of the coach giving the girls a pep talk though, Sandomenico will tell his team to talk amongst itself on the court. Rather than the players getting on one another though, you will see the Cougars huddle and share some needed laughter, which usually means senio...
Reed boys soccer bested by Hug
The Reed Raiders saw their modest three-game winning streak come to a screeching halt Wednesday night. That's because the RHS crew was handed a 2-0 home loss by Hug in boys prep soccer action.
Spanish Springs, Reno battle to 0-0 draw
Soccer haters tend to argue that a game that can end with a 0-0 score is boring. However, there was nothing unexciting about Wednesday night’s clash between the Spanish Springs and Reno boys soccer squads.
McQueen overtakes Sp. Springs at regional girls golf
The Spanish Springs Cougars took an 11-stroke lead into the second day of the Northern Division 1 girls golf championships, hosted at Reno's Sierra Sage Golf Course. That may have sounded like a nice cushion after Monday's first round but in the end it wasn't enough.
RMA rocks Honey Lake MX Park
The Honey Lake Motocross Park was the site for round 3 of the Reno Motocross Association's initial fall series. Although the rider count was a bit on the light side, all the racers gave a good account of themselves.
Nevada squeaks by Wyoming in OT
After losing its starting quarterback to injury in the second quarter, the Nevada football team looked demoralized despite holding a 21-7 lead over visiting Wyoming. Slowly the Cowboys erased the two-touchdown deficit en route to grabbing a 28-21 edge at the start of the fourth quarter. Fortunately for the crowd of 24,025 at Mackay Stadium, the Wolf Pack and backup quarterback Devin Combs had some Homecoming magic up their sleeves.
Spanish Springs boys, girls soccer downs Galena
The Spanish Springs Cougars continue to show they belong in northern Nevada's elite class of boys soccer programs this fall. The Cougars handed traditionally tough Galena a 2-0 loss in a crossover league contest Saturday at SSHS.
Reed football overpowers Hug
With current students and alumni of Reed High School in the stands, king and queen candidates dressed in tuxedos and gowns, the Raider Nation was looking for a reason to cheer at the end of Homecoming Week on Friday night, and the Raiders football team gave those in attendance plenty to celebrate. Unfortunately for Hug, it came at the visitors’ expense.