Fernley football too much for Sparks
A rough start to the 2013 fall football season didn't get any smoother Friday night for the Sparks Railroaders. Sparks was saddled with a 41-0 loss at Fernley in a Div. I-A league tilt.
Tribune's Twitter Fan of the Game announced
In a new Sparks Tribune feature, SSHS student Jakey Sinclair is our Trib Twitter Fan of the Game. Sinclair tweeted throughout the Spanish Springs-Galena football game Friday night, supporting his school while promoting Sparks Tribune sports in the process.
Reed volleyball bounces Hug; SSHS beaten by Reno
The Reed High volleyball team played at home against a struggling Hug squad Thursday night and the hosts performed exactly like they should have. Reed cruised to a sweep over its High Desert League rival, dumping the Hawks, 25-13, 25-13, 25-16..
Countdown to Kickoff
Week 4 of Nevada’s high school football season is underway and yet for a variety of reasons all three Sparks-area schools are gearing up for just their third game of the young season.
Cougar girls go low at WildCreek
One week after the disqualification of its two top scorers resulted in exchanging a tournament title for second place, Spanish Springs rebounded in a big way, winning Wednesday’s High Desert League girls golf tournament at WildCreek, posting a score of 312.
Sparks boys soccer thumps Fernley
The scoreboard showed Sparks scored two touchdowns but missed the uprights on both point after tries. But it wasn’t a gridiron battle for Sparks. The SHS boys soccer team thrashed Fernley 12-0 Tuesday night in a Div. I-A North league affair.
Hinton rides Voodoo to gold
STEAD - The 50th National Championship Air Races flew into town this weekend and after a bumpy ride over the past year, the big race came down to a young lion piloting an aircraft that was backed by a first race crew.
Sparks football trampled by Spring Creek
The Spring Creek football team kept its winning start to the 2013 season going with a 49-14 win against Sparks Friday at Spring Creek High School. Promptly the Sparks squad kept its losing streak going.