Raiders soar over Hawks
It was not the sexy win Reed has become accustomed to this season. But coach Ernie Howren and his Raiders (6-0, 2-0 in the High Desert League) aren’t going to apologize for their 41-6 win at Hug Friday.
Sparks boys soccer downs Spring Creek
The Sparks boys soccer team completed a season sweep of Spring Creek. The Railroaders, who knocked off the Spartans two weeks ago in Elko County, turned the trick again Friday, picking up a 4-1 home win in a Div. 1-A League tilt.
Reno takes down Spanish Springs
Missed opportunities proved costly for the Spanish Springs football team Friday night. The Cougars marched into the red zone six times but came away with only three scores and were saddled with a 31-21 High Desert League loss at Reno.
In the thick of it
High School football programs around the state are getting deeper into their seasons and further into their league campaigns. That often means the games get more and more meaningful.
Parked among the HDL's elite
He is not the most vocal player on the Spanish Springs football team, not by a long shot. He doesn’t need to be. His play under the Friday night lights speaks for itself.
Sparks boys soccer survives against So. Tahoe
The Sparks offense looked great early and late, in between, maybe not as good. The Railroaders posted goals in the first minute and the last minute to pull out a 2-1 home win over South Tahoe in a matchup of traditional Div. I-A North League boys prep soccer powers Saturday afternoon.
Cougars coast in HDL opener over Hawks
Hug looked to pick up its first win of the season Friday at Spanish Springs but the Hawks are going to have to continue their search next week because it was nowhere to be found in Cougar country.
Tribune's Twitter prep fan announced
In a new Sparks Tribune feature, Reed student Kelsey Hicks is our Trib Twitter Fan of the Game. Sinclair tweeted throughout the Reed-McQueen football game Friday night, supporting her school while promoting Sparks Tribune sports in the process.
Fallon football rips Sparks
The Fallon Greenwave ripped off 26 unanswered points in the second quarter and blew open a tight game early in a Div. I-A North League prep football battle at Sparks Friday night.