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Sparks boys dismantle Portola
It would have been easy for the Sparks Railroaders to let down a bit Tuesday. Afterall, the SHS hoopsters had just won their Rail City Classic tournament for the first time last weekend, stringing three straight wins together.
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Reed wrestlers impress at TOC
Many of the top high school wrestlers in the country flocked to northern Nevada last weekend for the annual mid-December Tournament of Champions hosted at the Reno Livestock Events Center.
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Northern Nevada native is X-Games champ
Matt Buyten typifies what a “Daring Young Man on a Flying Machine” is but flies a motorcycle in the world of Freestyle Motocross.
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Sparks wins Classic
Three years ago, Sparks High brought the Rail City Classic boys basketball tournament back to existence. For years, Reed and Sparks co-hosted the annual preseason event but it went into hiatus after coaching changes at both schools.
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Reed's Moore announces college plans
The dream of playing college sports is coming true for another Rail City athlete. Reed High School senior Makaela Moore made her plans to play softball beyond her high school career official Friday afternoon.
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Reed girls dispense of Reno
The Reed girls basketball team ripped through its northern Nevada foes a year ago. Friday night was going to show if a repeat performance was a likelihood this winter.
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SSHS girls pull away in fourth quarter at McQueen; boys rall...
RENO — Some poor decision-making and a lack of execution in the third quarter nearly cost the Spanish Springs Cougars a victory. In the end, it was those same two areas where the SSHS squad shined and pulled away for a 58-45 triumph in girls prep basketball action Friday night.
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Sparks boys advance to Classic title game
It might have been the guests on the scoreboard, but the Sparks boys basketball team felt right at home in the Brickhouse Friday night as it continued its trek through the Rail City Classic.
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Railroaders Roll
With four games on the slate for the opening day of the Rail City Classic at Sparks High, Maroon and Gold fans had to wait until the very end of the day to watch what they wanted to see.
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Reed wins conference-opening dual at Reno
The Reed High wrestling team felt some mixed emotions Thursday night. Reed picked up a 48-30 win at Reno in its High Desert League dual meet opener. Unfortunately for the RHS squad, later in the night, it got embarrassed in a non-league dual, falling to state power Green Valley, 64-18.
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Cougars win winter dual debut
The Spanish Springs wrestling team has proven itself as the team to beat in the Northern 4A and High Desert League. Three straight regional titles back that up.
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Raiders pull away after break to down rival Cougars
The Reed High boys basketball team was playing with its full complement of players Tuesday, for the first time on the young season. There didn't look to be much rust for the new Raiders.
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Reed girls too much for Spanish Springs
Turns out playing an extra seven games did help the Spanish Springs girls basketball team some against cross-town rival Reed Tuesday night. It just didn’t help enough.
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Mendive 7th Grader Competes at National Junior Olympic XC Ch...
On Saturday at the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships in Myrtle Beach, SC, Anthony Ocegueda competed in the Midget Boys race, finishing the 3K run with a time of 10:46.17, which was good enough for 81st place out of 276 competitors from around the country.
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Rail City Rivalry Round 1
Reed and Spanish Springs haven’t faced a High Desert League opponent yet this season in prep basketball action, but both schools will tonight.
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Promoters flock to Reno for RPM Workshop
For the 22nd year, out of the 39 it’s been held, the RPM Workshop brought short track promoters from across the country to the Eldorado Hotel and Casino.
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Cougar girls take 2 tourney tilts
A day after having its win streak stopped at five games, the Spanish Springs girls basketball team was back at it Saturday trying to start a new win streak.
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Utah school demoralizes Spanish Springs boys
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team found itself facing a 21-point deficit after the first eight minutes of its tournament tilt Friday night and things only got worse from there.
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Spanish Springs spanked
For the first time in school history, the Spanish Springs girls basketball team started a season with five straight wins. However, the Cougars probably knew they could be in for a long night in their attempt to begin the season 6-0 after watching Pleasant Grove score the first eight points of Friday night’s game in less than two minutes.
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Local wrestlers ready to rumble
Losing only three members from a squad that took home the Northern 4A crown last year, the Spanish Springs wrestling team knows there is a target on its back, as teams gun for its thrown. The Cougars aren’t worrying about that though, instead staying focused on winning more than just their fourth straight regional title.
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