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Delong hopes to lead SSHS turnaround
In terms of basketball talent this year in Northern Nevada, it doesn’t get much better than Spanish Springs senior Brandon Delong.
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Marie Hooft: Lending a helping hand to Reed athletics
Leaning against the far wall of the Reed High School gym with a slight smile streaking across her face, Marie Hooft quietly snaps pictures of the girl’s basketball game.
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Racer/builder loves Sparks, readies for the Hammers
Derek Trent is a racing businessman, who drives and builds buggies. He’s also very happy he moved his shop to Sparks in 2009.
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Sparks High hosts its wrestling invitational
Heading into the main part of the season, the Sparks Invitational wrestling tournament offered local teams a chance to gain experience and competition before getting back into league duals.
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Reed boys sprint past Sparks
The Reed boys basketball team opened the season with a 23-point loss to Sparks at Carson High’s Capital City Classic, but that was without three of its starters.
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North power Douglas rips Reed
While most teams were participating in tournaments over the winter break, the Reed boys basketball team stuck to practicing at home. After returning to the court for its first game action in over two weeks, Reed initially looked fine.
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Strong start propels Reed girls to victory
Reed girls basketball coach Sara Schopper wasn’t really pleased with her team’s intensity and energy level for much of its conference clash at RHS against Douglas Friday night.
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Vikings dispatch Railroaders in Mount Rose League opener
Sparks boys basketball fans at the Brickhouse Thursday night waited and waited for their team to flip a switch and start playing like a team that had recorded a 9-2 record through its first 11 games.
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Sparks girls struggle in home loss to South Tahoe
Turnovers are a part of the game of basketball, and often they can tilt the game in favor of one team. On the rare occasion that a team turns the ball over more times than the amount of points it puts on the scoreboard, it is a near impossible task to overcome.
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Cougars maul Lions
The Yerington Lions ran into a buzzsaw in the form of the Spanish Springs Cougars Wednesday night. Yerington did get on the scoreboard first but unfortunately for the Lyon County school, that was the lone highlight of the night as Spanish Springs rolled to a 61-15 triumph in girls prep basketball action.
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Spanish Springs boys dump Galena
Returning to league play for the first time since leaving for winter break, the Spanish Springs boys basketball team could have looked like it filled the time off by eating treats and snoozing. Luckily for the Cougars, they were able to shake off the rust while host Galena remained in hibernation, grabbing a 46-26 victory Wednesday evening.
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Basketball 101
Winter break can be a time when kids grow restless and want to get out and play. Luckily for local kids, the Reed girls basketball team has teamed up with the Jam On It Basketball Academy for a second straight year to offer kids a chance during the break to get out of the house while also learning the game of basketball.
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Our plans/resolutions for the new year
Hello Sparks Tribune sports readers. I know you are a loyal and educated bunch, probably good looking, too. I wanted to thank you for reading the Tribune to follow the local community and youth sports scene as well as to stay on top of your favorite Rail City high school teams.
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Reed boys basketball eager to prove it’s for real
The Reed boys basketball team won four Northern 4A league games last season. Through four league games this season, it has already matched that number of wins.
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Sparks knocks off Wooster, 59-42
Not many teams can earn the distinction of losing to all three Rail City schools in a single season due to a lack of common opponents, but the Wooster boys basketball squad achieved that feat Friday night.
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Reed girls settle for fourth at West Coast Jamboree
The Raiders couldn’t hold on for a win in the third-place game of the Gold Division and Dos Pueblos took down Reed 64-61 Friday.
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Empey pulls out dramatic win at Sierra Nevada Classic
Reed junior Spencer Empey was seconds away from experiencing something that he hasn’t experienced in the past year and a half of wrestling — a defeat.
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SSHS girls take 5th at Classic; Reed girls, Cougar boys fall
It’s been an up and down Larry Doyle Classic for the Spanish Springs girls basketball team, but the trip to SoCal ended on an upswing as the Cougars took home fifth place after beating Laguna Hills Thursday, 63-57.
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Hoopsters continue California tourneys
Of the three local basketball squads participating in winter break tournaments in California, only one came away with a ‘W’ Wednesday. And it was a convincing victory at that.
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Nevada survives Cedarville
Wednesday night’s tune-up for Western Athletic Conference play probably shouldn’t have been as close as it was.
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