Desert Fox rips at Sahwave
NIGHTINGALE - Area racing started this weekend as the Trail Blazers Motorcycle Club staged the 16th annual Sahwave Hare and Hound event to start the MRANN's (Motorcycle Racing Association of Northern Nevada) season. The event drew 126 riders for Sunday and a veteran scored the first overall victory of the season.
Raiders outlast Cougars in emotional rivalry hoops meeting
For much of the High Desert League boys basketball season it looked like Friday's regular season finale between Spanish Springs and Reed might have a conference championship on the line. It didn't quite work out that way but you wouldn't have known it based on the intensity of players and coaches and a raucous playoff-like atmosphere that permeated Reed's Paul Kautz gymnasium.
Ciesynski signs at Nevada
Reed’s Aubrie Ciesynski held a national letter of intent signing ceremony Wednesday afternoon at Reed to declare her intentions to play DI soccer in her back yard at Nevada.
Spanish Springs boys nab rare win at McQueen
RENO -- Spurts of 19 unanswered points have a way of helping your cause in any athletic venue. That's what the Spanish Springs boys basketball team got and that's the biggest reason it earned a 63-52 High Desert League win at McQueen Tuesday night.
Sparks boys thump South Tahoe, girls fall
What a difference a month can make -- about 46 points in the case of the Sparks boys basketball team. Roughly four weeks after getting handed a 63-37 shellacking at South Tahoe, Sparks returned the favor, dumping the visiting Vikings, 50-30, in Tuesday's DI-A North League rematch, at the SHS Brickhouse.
Vorra champion reviews, looks ahead
SPANISH SPRINGS - Last year was quite a season for Wes Harbor. He not only owns and runs VORRA (Valley Off Road Racing Association) but he was finally able to resume racing and scored his fifth Class 10 Championship.
Cougars dispense of Hawks, 63-40
The longer the game went Friday night, the more impressive the Spanish Springs boys basketball team looked. Spanish Springs outscored Hug in all four quarters and gradually pulled away for a 63-40 High Desert League home win.