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NIAA clears up issues
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association addressed a handful of issues, that will affect prep athletes, on the first day of its quarterly meeting Wednesday in Sparks.
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One Last Hurrah
Reed and Spanish Springs football players are so used to hating each other on the field that this week has been a pleasant surprise.
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Commentary: Penalties needed for dead-period violators
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association isn’t expected to make any ground-breaking decisions at its summer quarterly meetings, which take place today and Thursday. With that said, the organization in charge of governing prep sports in the Silver State still has some interesting issues to take up.
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Rangers run table, win Sparks-city Minors crown
Everyone knew it was going to be a Sparks Centennial League team that won the Minors Division City Tournament Monday night at Shadow Mountain Park.
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Octanefest roars at Fallon
The third annual Octanefest stormed into Fallon this weekend bringing a variety of events that appealed to almost any motorsport fan. And two of the highlights were Lucas Oil National at Top Gun Raceway as well as the Superlites Invitational at the Churchill County Fairgrounds.
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Jones named Gatorade's Nevada Softball Player of the Year
Rail City softball players are making a habit of racking up the Gatorade Nevada Softball Player of the Year honor.
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Kelley Baseball Showcase heading to Vegas
When the 13th annual Kelley Baseball Showcase shows off some of the best high school baseball talent in the Silver State Friday, it will be played at a new venue.
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Sertoma Classic nears
Northern Nevada’s top graduating senior football players are getting excited. That’s because they’re less than a week away from strapping on the pads one more time.
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No summer break for NIAA
The 2009-2010 school year just concluded, but the work of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association, the state’s governing body for high school sports, is never done. The NIAA will hold its quarterly Board of Control June 16-17 at the Holiday Inn in Sparks and a few items on the agenda have local ramifications.
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Decker to play in prep softball All-American game
Soon-to-be graduating Spanish Springs softball standout Ashley Decker was part of the inaugural Under Armor All-American All-Star Game after being named an all-American following her sophomore campaign.
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Beavers salvage split against Aces
Reno and Portland entered Tuesday’s final game of their four-game series having only each won just one series so far this season.
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SSHS tracksters announce college plans
A pair of fleet-footed Spanish Springs Cougars signed their national letters of intent Tuesday. Sullivan Stevens and Justus Mora made their collegiate plans official at the local school by announcing their intentions to compete beyond their prep careers.
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Three-run second propels Aces over Beavers
This spring had been rocky so far for Reno Aces pitcher Kevin Mulvey, who was winless in his previous five decisions.
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Rally cars return to desert
After an absence of two years the North Nevada Rally returned to the dirt roads of our area. Unlike an oval track race, the cars and motorcycles race against the clock over several stages.
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Boys Team of the Year: Historic Hoops
The prep hoops season rolls around every winter and about that time Sparks boys basketball coach Dick Lee talks about his team’s goals.
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Girls Team of the Year: Cougar Dynasty
Winning always makes sports more fun. But looking at the personalities on the Spanish Springs softball team, it’s probably safe to say, even if the Cougars weren’t dominating their way to a 33-1 record, they would still be having a blast.
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Twice as Nice
Baylie Wilson (in the adjacent picture) hones her ball-handling skills during a two-ball dribbling drill at the Future Cougar Basketball Clinic Thursday afternoon.
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Male Athlete of the Year: Sparks senior racked up accolades
Bryan Orellana is a confident kid, but in retrospect, even he had to be a bit surprised about his successes over the past year. The Sparks High senior’s star shone brightly in all three sports seasons this past school year and that’s why he’s been named the Sparks Tribune’s male Athlete of the Year.
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Female Athlete of the Year: Reed senior takes home Tribune's...
Reed senior Kelsey Gomer went from a one-sport star athlete to showing everyone this spring she wasn’t just a phenomenal soccer player.
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Local coaches pleased with lifting programs
Even though they might not have the same goals in mind, both Ernie Howren and Scott Hare are happy with where their weightlifting programs are headed.
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