Changing your name doesn’t change your status
Almost two weeks ago, the NIAA’s Board of Control approved a plan that splits Clark County’s high schools into a Division I and Division II format. Division I will have the largest and most successful programs while Division II will feature schools trying to rebuild their athletic programs and smaller schools.
Reno offense explodes in 17-8 win over SLC
Even though the Reno Aces have enjoyed plenty of success against the Salt Lake Bees this season, winning 10 of the two team’s first 13 meetings, a win in Friday night’s game looked like it might be a challenge for the home team.
Hot, dry-slick racing adds challenge
Summer weather, coupled with a dry wind, made racing at Rattlesnake Raceway a challenging affair for the drivers on Saturday night, and a busy water truck driver. The result was very slick conditions, with little grip, during the heat races.
River Cats clip Aces, 8-3
Tony Abreu stretched his hitting streak to a career-long and franchise-high-tying 17 games Saturday night, but the Reno Aces dropped the series opener to the Sacramento River Cats at Raley Field, 8-3.
Gridiron Finale: Local players enjoy final prep football game
After the final seconds ticked off the clock at the 2011 Sertoma Classic All-Star Football game Friday night at the University of Nevada’s Mackay Stadium, Spanish Springs football coach Scott Hare said the short week of practice helped his Silver squad emerge victorious 14-3 over the Blue team.
Football for Charity
Some of the state’s top athletes are gearing up for their last high school football game. That’s because the Sertoma Classic will get underway tonight. This weekend’s contest is the 30th annual all-star football game, hosted each June by the Sparks Sertoma Club.
Aces get by 51s, 8-7
In the battle of southpaws, Reno starting pitcher Zach Kroenke was hoping to erase the bitter taste of Wednesday’s blowout loss to inter-state rival Las Vegas. It didn’t play out that way, but the Aces would take it as the 51’s bullpen imploded late. That let the home team rally for an 8-7 win.
Early offense leads 51s over Aces
For a good part of Wednesday’s afternoon’s Pacific Coast League contest, it looked like the Reno Aces were in for the worst loss in franchise history. Reno avoided its worst loss ever but its fate remained the same as it still got saddled with a lopsided defeated.
Aces cruise to 13-6 romp over 51s
RENO — A four-hit effort for Konrad Schmidt, two homers by Cody Ransom and runs in each of the first six innings lifted the Reno Aces to a 13-6 victory over the Las Vegas 51s Tuesday in the series opener at Aces Ballpark.
Scott Hare took over the Spanish Springs football program in 2006. After a winless initial season, the program saw its win total increase three straight years. Additionally, he has guided the SSHS gridders into the postseason in each of the last two years after the local school had suffered through a six-year postseason drought.