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SSHS boys soccer falls; Sparks girls draw
A disappointing midseason stretch continues for the Spanish Springs boys soccer team. The Cougars opened the season with five straight wins, but since have settled for a draw and been saddled with back-to-back losses. The second of those came Wednesday night in a 3-1 road loss to Damonte Ranch in a Northern 4A crossover league match.
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Raiders, Cougars fall in crossover soccer action
Both Spanish Springs and Reed made trips to south Reno Tuesday night for Northern 4A crossover league girls soccer action against a pair of teams that only had two losses each so far this season.
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Reed volleyball sweeps Hug
Reed volleyball improved its winning streak to three games, making quick work of Hug in dominating fashion Tuesday night, sweeping the match in an easy three games: 25-11, 25-8, 25-12.
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Spanish Springs prevails at D'Andrea
The Spanish Springs Cougars took the High Desert League lead in Nevada Cup points Tuesday. The lead change came in the wake of Spanish Springs winning the fifth of six HDL girls golf tournaments this fall.
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Cougars spike Huskies
It’s been 10 years since Spanish Springs High School opened its doors to students in the fall of 2001. While many of the Cougars athletic programs have grown and eventually flourished, there are still a few SSHS programs that have struggled to beat perennial Northern 4A powers.
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Reed's Westlake embraces field general role
Casual northern Nevada football fans might see how many points Reed puts up and automatically assume the Raiders win due to their high-powered offense.
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RFR ends season with carnage and titles
Reno-Fernley Raceway ended its regular season with a slam-bang show featuring more action that most would have liked. And while several championships were awarded, one was too close to call.
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Top National Martial Artist to Open Martial Arts Program thr...
Martin Amba, of Sparks, will be teaching martial arts classes through the City of Sparks Parks & Recreation Department starting Oct. 3 with different sections each month for youth and adults, which will run until the end of April.
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Raider girls settle for disappointing draw
Saturday was a good day for the Hug girls soccer team. Conversely, that meant it was a disappointing day for Reed.
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Hug rolls over Reed boys
The Hug Hawks kept themselves in the High Desert League title chase thanks to a 4-2 triumph over Reed in boys prep soccer action Saturday afternoon.
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Big second half propels Fallon over Sparks
After a strong start to the game that saw the Railroaders take a lead into halftime, Sparks High ran into a buzzsaw in the second half Friday night, giving up 39 points in a 51-21 loss to the Fallon Greenwave.
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Raiders squash Lancers, 40-6
Even with its offense sputtering, Reed proved it was the class of Northern 4A football by riding its defense and special teams to a 40-6 road win at McQueen Friday night in a game that many marked on their calendars prior to the season.
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Spanish Springs soccer struggles against Reno
The Spanish Springs girls soccer team fell short against visiting Reno Friday afternoon, dropping the match 1-0.
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Damonte stuns Sp. Springs for first win
Football teams usually win when their star running back amasses over 300 rushing yards and their offense puts up 42 points.
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Special Teams : Rail City schools looking for special effort...
As a collective group, this may be the most challenging weekend of the early season for the Rail City’s trio of prep football programs. All three are expected to face tough tests against league foes tonight.
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Sparks, South Tahoe split soccer tilts
The Sparks Railroaders strengthened their lead on the Sierra League’s top spot by downing traditionally tough South Tahoe, 3-0 Thursday afternoon.
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Reed, Spanish Springs spikers collect victories
The Reed volleyball team got off of the bus a little sluggish when it traveled to McQueen, but woke up in time to put together a furious rally anode come back from a two games down deficit to win Thursday’s conference clash, 18-25, 24-26, 25-15, 25-22, 15-8.
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North Valleys outlasts Spanish Springs
It took the the North Valleys Panthers 10 months to get a little piece of revenge against the Spanish Springs Cougars, but the north Reno school did just that Wednesday night.
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McQueen boys soccer surprises Reed, 4-1
The Reed boys soccer team probably thought it was going to get its fourth win of the young season against a winless McQueen team Wednesday night.
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Cougars win at Sierra Sage
The Spanish Springs girls golf team appears to be hitting its mid-season form. The Cougars finished second in the first two High Desert League tournaments of the season, but with a team win Tuesday at North Reno’s Sierra Sage Golf Course, now have back-to-back tournament team wins.
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