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Cougars' success engrained in defense, intangibles
Spanish Springs boys basketball coach Kyle Penney had some telling words on the opening day of winter practice last November.
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Sparks High gearing up for Quarter Auction event
Sparks High athletics is generously asking Rail City residents to open their check books.
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Sandbox start for SMRA's spring racing season
FERNLEY - The Sierra Motocross Racing Association (SMRA) kicked off its season Sunday at the Sandbox, or the Fernley Lion's Motocross Track as its official known. The Reno chapter of the Over The Hill Gang hosted the event.
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Penney led Cougars hoops to special season
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team wrapped up its winter campaign last Thursday with a loss in the state semifinals to Las Vegas power Canyon Springs. The state tournament appearance was the first in the 13-year history of the school.
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Bishop Gorman boys down Canyon Springs to win Nevada's large...
RENO -- It was almost like the Bishop Gorman boys basketball team was toying with Canyon Springs. In the end, Bishop Gorman wound up cruising to a 71-58 triumph over Canyon Springs in the DI final of the NIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament Friday night at Lawlor Events Center.
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Cougars special season ends in state semifinals
If basketball games were two quarters long, the Spanish Springs boys basketball would be dancing into Friday’s DI state championship game.
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Reno girls down Centennial, earn right to defend state title
Sunrise Region champion Liberty pulls away from North runner-up Bishop Manogue in fourth quarter, will face Reno in title tilt
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Boys hoops state preview: Cougs open with Canyon Springs
The Spanish Springs boys basketball team is going to state for the first time in school history.
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Girls hoops state preview: Reno looking to repeat
Just four girls prep basketball teams remain in the hunt for a Nevada large-school state championship. All four are excited to play on the big stage at the University of Nevada's Lawlor Events Center this week.
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HDL title highlighted Raiders hoops campaign
The Reed High boys basketball team started the same as many in its recent past, getting late-arriving football players accustomed to the rest of the team after coming over from the gridiron. It's what happened after that and into the Raiders' league schedule that made this recently completed Raiders campaign a unique one.
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Campbell signs at Concordia-Portland
She certainly had her options but Reed track standout Kelsea Campbell has picked a place to call home the next four years.
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Arenacross returns to LEC
RENO - The Amsoil Arenacross series returned to the Livestock Events center after a year's absence this weekend. As usual Friday and Saturday evenings saw the pros race while Sunday, after the course was altered for safety, was for the amateurs.
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Serious business
NV Storm women's football team gears up for new campaign, set to play another season at Sparks High
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Cougars' push for North title falls short
After securing the first state tournament berth in school history, Friday, the Spanish Springs’ boys basketball banner hanging in its massive gym, remains bare.
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Reno girls dispatch Manogue, capture North crown
Reno girls basketball coach Shane Foster got a great birthday gift. His Huskies sang him a sentimental postgame birthday tune and also gave him a second-straight regional crown, thanks to a 56-47 triumph over Bishop Manogue Saturday afternoon in the DI North title game at Spanish Springs High School.
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Spanish Springs wrestlers take fifth in state
The Spanish Springs wrestling team is undoubtedly the best in the North – the Cougars won their fifth North title in six years last weekend.
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