Reed football overpowers Hug
With current students and alumni of Reed High School in the stands, king and queen candidates dressed in tuxedos and gowns, the Raider Nation was looking for a reason to cheer at the end of Homecoming Week on Friday night, and the Raiders football team gave those in attendance plenty to celebrate. Unfortunately for Hug, it came at the visitors’ expense.
Lowry spoils Sparks Homecoming, 53-6
There was plenty of Homecoming hysteria at the three Sparks high schools Friday night. Unfortunately for the Maroon and Gold faithful, it had to watch Lowry come to town and put a spanking on the home team, 53-6.
Golden Receiver : Reed senior helping RHS offense thrive
On game days, Reed High School senior Devin Gray walks around with a smile on his face and a pair of headphones on his head, usually keeping to himself. But don’t let the easy smile or his quiet nature fool you. If you represent his opponent, this is his preparation to destroy you.
Consistency Counts : Local football coaches preaching consis...
The Reed Raiders certainly had their moments of mental lapses and poor execution, but in the end, the RHS crew picked up a road win in its league opener against perennial power McQueen. That's no easy task and ultimately it's why Reed players and coaches are still getting caught with smiles on their faces, three days after the 31-24 conference victory.
Nevada outlasts Texas State
The University of Nevada football team traveled to San Marcos, Tex., Saturday to meet with Texas State. The visit to the newest member of the Western Athletic Conference capped an 8,000 mile road trip for the old WAC conference members and the Wolf Packs play in the first half reflected that.
Reed outlasts McQueen in HDL debut
RENO -- The Reed Raiders made big plays throughout their High Desert League opener at McQueen. Unfortunately for Reed, it couldn't sustain an offensive drive for a touchdown. At least that was the case until the RHS crew needed it the most.
Spanish Springs clobbers Hug
Behind an engine-like offense and an opportunistic defense, the Spanish Springs football team had started its season with four wins in its first five contests. Opening the High Desert League portion of its schedule at Hug on Friday, the Purple and Silver gridders looked to validate their impressive start and establish themselves as one of the powers of the Northern Division I gridiron.
SSHS soccer sweeps Reed
In the games in which the Reed girls soccer team has struggled this season, there always seems to be a breakdown in the back, leading to an easy goal or two or three.