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Spanish Springs girls nab key league win over McQueen
For all intents and purposes, the Spanish Springs girls basketball team spotted McQueen a 3-0 lead and decided to only play a 24-minute game Tuesday night. The Cougars didn't seem to care that most games are 32 minutes and ultimately it didn't matter.
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Late onslaught propels Spanish Springs to blowout of McQueen
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team never trailed in its High Desert League home meeting against McQueen Tuesday night. Still, it took the Cougars a while to take firm control of the game, but when they finally did get the momentum, there was no giving it up.
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Rough night for Sparks boys and girls at South Tahoe
As has been the case several times this season, the Sparks boys basketball team played well enough, early, to win only to watch the other guys celebrate.
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Boise State bests Nevada, 74-65
The University of Nevada men's basketball team saw its unblemished start in Mountain West Conference play take a hit Tuesday night. The Wolf Pack suffered its first MWC loss of the winter campaign after falling at home to Boise State, 74-65.
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King of the Court
Trae Wells is the type of athlete coaches drool over and opponents fear.
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Sparks boys, girls fall to Spring Creek
The Sparks boys basketball season is not getting any shorter.
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MRANN champion savors season
RENO - Having a blue plate with a white number on it is special for racers in the MRANN (Motorcycle Racing Association of Northern Nevada) desert series. It means a rider has earned enough points to be in the top 20.
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Pack downs Aggies, improves to 4-0 in MWC
Nevada led by as much as 15 in the second half Saturday evening at Lawlor Events Center before hanging on to a 62-54 win over Utah State.
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SSHS boys hoops outlasts Reno, 54-52
With a DI North League schedule filled with parity, coaches in the region can expect a tough outing nearly every night out. That's certainly the message Spanish Springs boys basketball coach Kyle Penney is preaching and his players seem to be listening.
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Reno girls basketball overwhelms Spanish Springs
The Reno High girls basketball team is the defending state champion and if its weekend performance against Spanish Springs is any indication, the Huskies are well on their way to another state title run.
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Second-half spurt pushes Reed boys past McQueen
It was the type of game teams with league title aspirations find a way to win.
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Spanish Springs takes two at Hug
Cougars win boys, girls league basketball battles over Hawks.
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Reed girls romp over McQueen, 83-39
For the first time this season, the Reed girls basketball team saw something new: man defense.
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Elko boys, girls dispatch Sparks
The Elko Indians never trailed Friday night. Still, their DI-A North League win at Sparks may not have come as easily as many expected.
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Third time could be a charm
He has wrestled for 13 years but it was not love at first time strapping on the singlet. It is a passion that slowly snowballed and is now undeniable.
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Youth Movement : B&G Club hoops leagues welcoming nearly 800...
Nearly 800 children competing in the Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows Winter Basketball League will start playing games next week.
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Nevada nabs rare win at UNLV
Wolf Pack evens record at 8-8, but more importantly improves to 3-0 in Mountain West Conference play by downing UNLV 74-71. Nevada's NBA prospect, point guard Deonte Burton, poured in 29 points to propel the Pack.
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Reed boys pull away in second half, bounce Wooster 63-38
A struggling Wooster boys basketball team gave North power Reed all it could handle for a half. And then the wheels fell off the Colts' bus.
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Reed girls coast past Wooster
Basketball games take 32 minutes but Tuesday night’s girls basketball game at Reed between the Raiders and the Wooster Colts was over after the first 90 seconds.
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State of the Program: Glances at the Rail City wrestling teams
With the turn of the calendar to a new year, basketball season enters the thick of meaningful league games but it is not the only prep sport in which things are about to get real. The Rail City grapplers are also gearing up for the meat of the league schedules.
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