McGee fights way onto national scene
Alec McGee hasn’t been boxing for very long, but the 16-year-old junior from Reed High is well on his way to accomplishing his ultimate goal — boxing for the U.S. national team in the Olympics, with a fallback plan of turning professional.
Aces fall to Sky Sox in series opener
Reno’s Collin Cowgill recorded four hits Thursday—setting a new club record with a 17-game hitting streak—but the Aces let a seventh-inning lead slip away, dropping a 13-6 decision to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox in the series opener at Security Service Field.
Talent, chemistry keyed Reed's success
From Opening Day of the Northern 4A girls basketball season last winter, everybody knew who the best team was. The Reed Raiders were the preseason favorite to win a regional crown and they did not disappoint, racking up lopsided wins like they were handling the most menial of tasks.
Torra tosses gem, hurls Aces over Bees
RENO — Matt Torra allowed just two runs in seven innings of work, and Collin Cowgill hit a two-run homer, leading Reno to a 3-2 victory over the Salt Lake Bees Saturday night at Aces Ballpark.
The Ultimate Fun Run
As teams crossed the finish line of the seventh annual Reno-Tahoe Odyssey, a sense of accomplishment overshadowed any feelings of fatigue after completing a race that takes most teams over 24 hours to navigate.
Jack of all Trades
When Tanner Oates came to Spanish Springs High School as a freshman in the fall of 2007, the Cougars baseball program had missed the postseason in back-to-back years and neither the SSHS football nor basketball program had ever even qualified for the regional playoffs.
From the Pitch to the Slopes
Not many high school athletes will taste the splendors of victory at the state championships as often as Reed High senior Jessie Eiting has in her four years at the east Sparks school.
Gang Nationals cruise at Fernley
FERNLEY — The Memorial Day Weekend tradition continued at the Lions Fernley Motocross track as the Reno chapter of the Over The Hill Gang hosted round two of the National series. Despite the weather, the racing was hot as ever as the locals defended their turf against clubs from California.