Incline dispatches Sparks
Sparks and Incline used to have some heated boys basketball battles back when the Highlanders were a member of the 3A up until two years ago.
Reed girls roll to big win
Reed's senior center Danielle Peacon single-handedly outscored Spring Creek in the first half as the Raiders cruised to a 70-40 home win over the Spartans in a non-league prep girls basketball battle Monday afternoon.
Valerio rides motocross passion
SPARKS — This holiday season is a time one local motocross rider uses to rest, train and prepare for the upcoming season. And being that he’s 16, having some time off from school doesn’t hurt either.
SMU dominates Nevada
SMU is back from the dead. Freshman Kyle Padron threw for an SMU-record 460 yards, leading the Mustangs to a 45-10 victory over Nevada in the Hawaii Bowl on Thursday night — SMU’s first postseason appearance in 25 years.
Nevada drops shootout to BYU
LAS VEGAS — Jimmer Fredette scored a career-high 33 points and Jackson Emery added 27 to lead BYU to a 110-104 win over Nevada in the third round of Las Vegas Classic on Tuesday.
Engineering student's passion is speed
A passion for racing and speed has led one driver not only to chase his dream but technical training as well. For Jake Holland, from Calpine, Calif., racing and being a student at UNR go hand in hand.
Sparks comes up short against North Valleys
You won't find veteran Sparks boys basketball coach Dick Lee ever discussing moral victories, but he was able to find some positives in his Railroaders' 54-48 loss to North Valleys in the third-place game of the Rail City Classic Saturday afternoon.
Reed, SSHS drop tourney finales
For the second time in two weeks, the Carson Senators got the best of the Reed Raiders in a close contest, posting a 50-45 triumph in prep boys basketball action Saturday afternoon.
Casa Roble downs Sparks
The Sparks Railroaders put up a tough half against visiting Casa Roble High School but faltered in the second half en route to a 63-50 loss Friday night in a Rail City Classic semifinal.
Local squads earn different results at tourneys
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team will play for the consolation title at the Mesa Verde Tournament in east suburban Sacramento. That news came after Spanish Springs downed Atwater, Calif. 56-48 in a losers' bracket game Friday afternoon.