Led by individual medalist Charlie Murray's 74, Reno placed first by carding a 396. Elko was second with a 410.
"We played OK. We definitely could have performed a little better," SSHS golf coach Victor Sherbondy said. "The scores from our two and three guys could have been better."
Sophomore Jordan Gilmore shot a 78 to lead the Cougs. He had a 68 at Sierra Sage last year.
Cole Petersen finished with an 80, while Jake Ellis, Carson Cooke and Matt Beebe had an 83, 84 and 87 respectively to round out the scores. Tyler Wilson's 96 did not count toward the team total.
McQueen was only two shots behind Spanish Springs in fourth and Reed's 421 put it in fifth. The individual scores for the Raiders were not known by press time.
North Valleys brought up the rear with a 475 on its home course.
The teams will be back on the course today when Reed hosts the weekly tournament at D'Andrea.