Cougar girls start fast, finish faster
The Spanish Springs girls basketball team didn’t play very well for eight minutes in the second quarter Tuesday night. The good news for the Cougars is they more than overwhelmed North Valleys in the other three quarters of the early season High Desert League affair. The end result was a 64-26 home romp by the SSHS crew.
Wolf Pack stumbles to loss against Boise
The Nevada football team wanted to end its regular season by sending rival Boise State home and out of the Mountain West Conference with a sour taste of its last two appearances at Mackay Stadium. Unfortunately for the Silver and Blue, a Hail Mary pass to end the game fell incomplete and there was no repeat of 2010 as the self-inflicted wounds that have harmed it all season plagued it again on Saturday afternoon.
Lady Cougars cruise on the road
Four Spanish Springs girls basketball players scored in double figures and the Cougars had no trouble picking up their second win of the young season, disposing of Center High School, 57-32, on the road in suburban Sacramento Friday night.
Reed senior Shepard helping Raiders thrive
Throughout high school sports, there are plenty of athletes that mix and match sports with varying success. While they me be a standout at one level, they also me be a role player in another sport. For Reed’s Ty Shepard, that is not the case.
Burton saves the day again for Pack
Six games into its season, the Nevada men’s basketball team has shown a flair for games coming down to the last seconds. Fortunately for the Pack, Deonte Burton likes to play hero.
Cougars' comeback, upset bid falls short
The Douglas boys basketball team has established itself as one of the top prep basketball programs in northern Nevada. However, with a pair of upset wins over Douglas the past two years, Spanish Springs has firmly entrenched itself as a DHS nemesis.
SSHS girls pull out season-opening win
The Douglas Tigers and Spanish Springs Cougars always seem to lock up in competitive contests when their girls basketball teams hit the basketball court. Regardless of which team seems to be an overwhelming favorite, blowouts are rarely in the cards.
Cougar girls look to keep moving forward
A year ago, the Spanish Springs girls basketball team posted a 20-8 record and 12-4 mark in conference clashes. Spanish Springs swept all six Sierra League schools in crossover league games and their only league losses came to Reed and Reno, twice.
Gorman wears down Raiders in state semifinal
For almost three quarters, the Reed High football team had the Nevada prep world holding its breath as it battled Bishop Gorman in the Division I State Semi-Final. Unfortunately for the Blue and Gold, the final 14 minutes of the game at Reed on Saturday afternoon allowed everyone in attendance to move from the edge of their seat and exhale.