Battle Born FC faced two tough results in its first home weekend in club history.
Douglas High golf had two players selected to the all-region team. Plus, a former Douglas High graduate will be making an appearance in the Div. II College basebll championships this weekend.
Carson High boy's golf had two players selected to the 2021 Class 5A Northern Nevada all-region team.
The Nevada baseball team is headed to Stanford as a No. 3 seed for NCAA Regionals. The Wolf Pack (25-18) will face the No. 2 seed UC Irvine (40-16) on Friday at 6 p.m.
If you want to get deep in nature, and high above Washoe Valley, the trails at Davis Creek Regional Park will do just that for you.
The Greenwave defeated the Dust Devils, 5-2, to win the league championship at Fernley High School.
Sunday we will see the longest races of the year for both IndyCar and NASCAR Cup, so make sure you have plenty of snacks and beverages on hand.
Douglas High School football officially approved its next coach Friday afternoon.
Carson City has a Kenpo Karate studio opening back up in town as the pandemic subsides.
Carson High softball had five players make the spring 2021 Northern Nevada Class 5A all-region teams, including the Offensive Player of the Year.
Wednesday night, Carson High School hosted a players’ versus staff/coaches game in Morse Burley Gymnasium. The game started as a way to recognize the basketball seniors, who did not get a winter 2021 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the score didn’t ultimately matter, Carson High’s Gage Mills hit a game-winning layup as time expired in overtime to give the players a 60-59 win over the staff/coaches. “Of all the negativity and disappointment from the season – though it wasn’t fully made up from this game – this really was a special way to celebrate the seniors,” said Carson High basketball coach Jordan Glover. “For the first time in 14 months, I felt like things were a little back to normal and I thought the players felt the same.”
Oakland Athletics representatives are in Las Vegas this week and are supposedly serious about the possibility of moving the franchise to Southern Nevada.
Douglas High track and field, as well as swimming and diving, both brought home individual regional titles for the Tigers last week.
Douglas High School had five players selected to the all-region team from the baseball and softball clubs in 2021.