Reed rips Spanish Springs, 48-16
The Reed Raiders opened the Northern 4A football playoffs in fine fashion Friday night. Reed scored the first 34 points of its postseason opener and cruised to a 48-16 regional quarterfinal triumph at home over cross-town rival Spanish Springs.
Railroaders revved up for state tournament
If the 3A State Soccer Tournament were a wedding, the Sparks Railroaders would be getting quite familiar with the role of bridesmaid. Sparks usually makes the wedding party, but never walks off into the sunset with the top honor.
Here We Go Again: Reed, Spanish Springs football open playof...
It’s rare in organized football for teams to play back-to-back games against each other. However, that is indeed the case this week as Reed and Spanish Springs face off in the first round of the Northern 4A regional playoffs — after meeting on the gridiron in both schools’ regular season finale just seven days ago.
Ten days ago, not many who follow northern Nevada prep volleyball would have picked Reed to win a regional title. Perennial Northern 4A powers Reno and Manogue would have been much safer picks. Even league runners-up Galena and Spanish Springs looked like they had the potential to maybe get hot for a few days and win the needed three straight playoff victories to hoist a regional banner.
Northern schools shine at state cross country meet
The Nevada State Cross Country Championships at Rancho San Rafael Park Saturday turned into a highlight for schools from the North, with the Carson girls winning the state title with 67 team points and the Galena taking the boys’ state crown with a meet low 43 points.
Reed romps in Rail City rivalry game
Closing out the regular season, Reed and Spanish Springs football met on the gridiron Friday night with the Mayors Trophy on the line, as well as a possible rematch in the first round of the Northern 4A playoffs.
Historic: SSHS nabs first playoff win
The Spanish Springs volleyball program knew nothing but losing through its first seven seasons — and lots of it. On Wednesday night those first years of existence seemed like a distant memory.
Spanish Springs eliminated
The Sierra League is picking off Rail City soccer programs one by one. At the start of Monday, there were three in the postseason and now there are none.