Carson stuns Reed in classic
As the football rolled along the goal line, both teams from Reed and Carson High began to celebrate. The Raider players and fans were celebrating a nine-point comeback victory while the Senators were rejoicing over pulling off a last-second upset win over the northern Nevada perennial power for a homecoming they will never forget. But which was it?
Spanish Springs buries Douglas
The Spanish Springs offense looked sloppy and far from sharp in a 20-6 lackluster win at Galena last weekend. It was anything but those two things a week later in a 59-28 home romp over traditionally tough Douglas.
Reed spikers rally for win at McQueen
The Reed High volleyball team has started a bad habit of getting off to a slow start in its matches this season. The same issue plagued the Raiders again on Thursday night, but only for a short time as Reed rallied past host McQueen for a 3-1 High Desert League victory, 17-25, 25-20, 25-21 and 25-16.
Spanish Springs spikes Hug
Two days after getting handed its first league loss, the Spanish Springs volleyball team bounced back in fine fashion, dumping Hug 25-9, 25-9, 25-5 Thursday.
Cougars second at Washoe
Another High Desert League girls golf tournament came and went Wednesday. And another leaderboard showed McQueen on top, Spanish Springs in second and Reno in third.
Spanish Springs boys soccer comes up short
Controlling the pace, clock and possession of the ball, the Spanish Springs boys soccer team appeared to do everything right in its High Desert League match against Hug on Wednesday evening. No matter what the Cougars tried against the visitors though, they could not manage to put the ball into the back of the net. The goose egg on the scoreboard was costly for Spanish Springs.
Cougar spikers drop crossover affair at Manogue
Playing in the biggest match of its season so far, the Spanish Springs volleyball team visited Bishop Manogue on Tuesday night in a crossover league showdown. Unfortunately for the Purple and Silver, it did not return home with the result that it would have liked.
Reed spikers survive at Wooster
It took the Reed High volleyball team a while to get going, but once it did, it managed to capture a 21-25, 25-23, 20-25, 25-15, 15-11 crossover league win at Wooster Tuesday night.
Aces Triple A championship
DURHAM, NC — Reno scored the game’s first-eight runs and never trailed Tuesday night, knocking-off International League champion Pawtucket, 10-3, at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in the 2012 Gildan Triple-A National Championship.
Hinton scores third Unlimited Gold as Air Races take off
After last year's tragedy at the Reno Air Races, it appeared there might never be another air race but after a year of very hard work, not to mention a lot of support, the event took off this week. And great weather set the stage for a week of color, power and speed.
Aces win PCL title
PAPILLION, Neb.—After a club-record 81-wins, a flurry of individual accolades and a deep postseason run, the Reno Aces Baseball Club put an exclamation point on the 2012 season Saturday night, defeating the Omaha Storm Chasers 8-2 at Werner Park to win the first Pacific Coast League Championship in franchise history.
Nevada avoids Northwestern State upset bid
The Nevada Wolf Pack football team went into its game against the University of Northwestern State looking to redeem itself coming off a heartbreaking 32-31 loss to South Florida the previous week. Expecting an easier game than most on its schedule, the Wolf Pack was in for a surprise fight but was able to escape from a shootout at Mackay Stadium with a 45-34 victory Saturday.