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Local grapplers impress at Sparks Invitational
Sparks and Spanish Springs competed against each other and eight other teams in the Sparks Invitational wrestling tournament on Saturday.
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Cougars shoot down Panthers
RENO — A slow start was not enough to keep the Spanish Springs Cougars from collecting their first league win. Despite facing a 14-point deficit less than six minutes into their High Desert League battle at North Valleys, the SSHS squad rallied behind the 31 points of Taelor Marchbanks and captured an 81-71 victory in boys prep basketball action Friday night.
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Cougars pull away from Panthers
Two Cougars performed at the top of their game, posting career-high numbers and leading the Spanish Springs girls to a 55-41 road win over the North Valley Panthers in prep basketball action Friday night.
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Reed girls dispatch Elko
An already struggling Elko girls basketball squad had the unenviable task of opening High Desert league play at reigning HDL champion Reed Friday night and suffered a 77-39 loss.
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Reed, Sparks boys win in eastern Nevada
For once this season, the Reed Raiders started off with the lead, instead of falling quickly behind, and came away with a 44-41 win over the Elko Indians.
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Cougars beat up Raiders
The Spanish Springs Cougars’ hopes of another High Desert League dual meet championship are still alive and well. That’s because Spanish Springs kept its HDL dual record perfect Wednesday night, improving to 4-0 after a 46-27 prep wrestling victory over Reed.
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Sparks boys win 3A North opener
FERNLEY — The Sparks Railroaders put up a huge win Wednesday night on the road, posting a 62-45 thumping of Fernley in the 3A North League debut for both schools.
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Reed girls, boys fall
Tuesday’s matchup of last year’s girls 4A Northern Region final revealed the same results, a victory for the Reno Huskies over the Reed Raiders, 67-62.
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Cougars capture first HDL win
Despite being shut out for a nearly 10-minute span, Spanish Springs rebounded in the second half behind a Caitlin McKinney and Ari James-led rally to secure a 53-47 win in prep girls basketball action Tuesday night.
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SSHS boys watch late lead slip away
In the end Tuesday, the back-and-forth affair between Spanish Springs and Hug came down to an anticipation play by HHS standout athlete Duke Williams.
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League basketball schedule heats up
After weeks of non-league matchups, the prep basketball season comes down to this - the league schedule.
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Kart racer scores double championship
Mark Nason had one of those years that most racers can only dream about. He not only won one, but also capped the year by taking two class championships with the Northern Nevada Kart Club.
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Vandals stun Wolf Pack at home
The Idaho Vandals picked up what was probably their biggest win in recent memory, surprising Nevada on its home floor, 78-73, in Western Athletic Conference men's basketball action Saturday night.
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Powell lights up Sparks in Reed win
Mike Powell was lights out from behind the arc, hitting seven 3-pointers en route to a 29-point night in Reed's 68-46 win over Sparks Saturday morning.
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Cougars ride Greenwave to victory
The Spanish Springs girls basketball team held Fallon to four points in the third quarter and broke open a close game in a 60-47 non-league girls prep basketball win Friday night.
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Sparks, Reed boys fall in Carson
It was not a good day for boys basketball programs in the Rail City. Both Reed and Sparks were handed losses in the losers' bracket of Carson High's Capital Classic. Here's a closer look at the two games involving the local schools.
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North Carolina too much for Nevada
RENO — Top-ranked teams don’t come to Reno very often. One did Wednesday night and it didn’t disappoint. The No. 1 ranked North Carolina Tar Heels made Nevada their 13th victim on the season, staying unbeaten with an 84-61 non-conference men’s basketball victory in front of 10,526 fans at Lawlor Events Center.
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Scott rallies Maryland to bowl win over Nevada
Ralph Friedgen's initial reaction was to put Da'Rel Scott and the six other Maryland players who broke curfew leading up to the Humanitarian Bowl on a bus with a one-way ticket back to College Park, Md.
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Nevada's unique pistol offense gets shot at Maryland
The wash of blue that engulfs Bronco Stadium on game days is supposed to be a sea of intimidation for opponents.
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Cougars, Raiders emerge with victories
A short-handed Spanish Springs squad snapped a five-game losing skid Monday afternoon in girls prep basketball action at the Centennial Holiday Classic in Las Vegas.
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