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Spanish Springs pulls out 3-0 win over Hug
SPARKS -- It's a good thing the Spanish Springs Cougars didn't need much offense in their High Desert League home game Saturday against Hug. They didn't get much.
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Raiders fall to Carson, 7-2
Taking the field at Aces Ballpark, the Reed High baseball looked to complete a sweep of Division I North foe Carson. Unfortunately for the Blue and Gold, it was unable to break out the brooms as it dropped the contest 7-2 Friday evening.
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Commentary: Calm, low-emotion approach works for Reed's Howren
The Washoe County School District's new calendar for the 2013-14 school year is going to wreak havoc on the high school football schedule, if not the entire athletic calendar across the Truckee Meadows.
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Reed's Sertic pitches perfect game at Wooster
After Reed starting pitcher Jackie Sertic sat the final Wooster batter down swinging to end Thursday afternoon’s Division I North game, the junior ace jogged to the Raider dugout with a smile extended across her face as she greeted her teammates. This smile was a little wider than normal though.
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Spanish Springs, Reed baseball earn road wins
The Spanish Springs baseball team took care of business Thursday, securing a 16-4 Div. I North victory in five innings at Hug.
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Aces win opener
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.— A two-run home run by Matt Davidson in the top of the ninth gave the Aces a 5-4 win over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox on Opening Night at Security Service Field.
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Football Frenzy : Few guidelines in place to monitor summer ...
Two-a-day football practices, or double days as they're affectionately called, have long been a rite of passage for high school football players across the country. Double days usually fill the practice schedule for the first week-to-10 days of each new season, but that won't be the case in the Truckee Meadows this fall.
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Sp. Springs Cal Ripken League looking forward to another pro...
The Spanish Springs Cal Ripken baseball league had its Opening Day Saturday and things are looking good this summer.
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Budget problems lead NIAA to increase playoff ticket prices
In response to a dwindling budget and rising costs for hosting state and regional events, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) board of control approved an increase in ticket prices beginning next school year.
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North Valleys earns split versus Reed with 5-4 win
The Reed baseball team visited Division I North foe North Valleys on Tuesday looking for a sweep. Thanks to a strong outing from starting pitcher Hunter Pierce, the Panthers avoided dropping the second tilt as they took a 5-4 victory over the Raiders.
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Cougars finish close behind Reno in second at Somersett; Rai...
The Spanish Springs boys golf squad shaved 40 strokes off its round from last week, leaving the Cougars feeling positive after their round at Somersett Golf and Country Club in northwest Reno Tuesday.
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Motor Madness comes to Reno, Sparks
Northern Nevada's Motor Madness, the new marketing theme for the Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority, is an effort to promote special events in this area. And the man heading it is RSCVA President and CEO Chris Baum.
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Highly-touted prospects and Major League veterans fill Aces'...
Set to begin its defense of the Triple-A and Pacific Coast League championships in less than a week, the Reno Aces Baseball Club unveiled its 2013 Opening Day roster today, highlighted by many key returners and several highly-ranked prospects.
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Reed girls shine at Rotary meet
The Reed girls track & field team looks like it may be among the northern Nevada's elite. Reed finished third in the girls team standings at the Reed Rotary Invitational, one of the top early season meets in the region.
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SSHS softball splits at Reno, Reed sweeps Hug
After earning a 4-3 victory in Game 1 of its Division I North doubleheader at Reno Saturday, Spanish Springs looked to complete the sweep in the second tilt. Unfortunately for the Cougars, Reno had other ideas.
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Sparks baseball splits Saturday crossover action
The Sparks baseball team concluded its crossover league matchups with back-to-back games Saturday. The Railroaders were poised to come away with a pair of home wins, but one swing of the bat forced them to settle for a split.
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Lady Railroaders split pair against Ruby Mountain foes
The Sparks High softball team hosted Spring Creek and Lowry in a pair of Division I-A North crossover league contests, coming away with a split Saturday as the Railroaders topped the Spartans 13-9 before falling 13-0 to the Buckaroos.
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Elko uses sixth inning rally to top Railroaders
Hosting a trio of crossover games against Division I-A North foes from the Ruby Mountain League, the Sparks High baseball team faced off against Elko Friday afternoon. Through five innings of play Sparks and the Indians were deadlocked at 3-3 before Elko broke the tie in the sixth inning. Unfortunately for the Maroon and Gold, it was unable to rally.
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Elko softball too much for Sparks
The Elko Indians used an eight-run third inning to blow open its prep softball game at Sparks Friday afternoon. The rally helped propel Elko to a 10-0 triumph in a mercy-rule shortened five-inning affair.
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Cougars outlast Wooster for sweep
Coming off a tough loss at Manogue that snapped its four game winning streak, the Spanish Springs baseball team got back in the win column as it outlasted Wooster for a Division I North sweep.
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