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Elko comes back to stun Fallon, 32-19

Greenwave drops 1st league game, travels to Fernley

ELKO — After spotting Fallon a 12-0 lead, the Elko football team came back to outscore Fallon by four touchdowns for the remainder of the game in a 32-19 win Saturday afternoon. Fallon, which sits at 1-1 in the 3A East, travels to Fernley (1-0) on Friday for a key battle against its cross-valley rival. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

Reid places 3rd in final tournament, qualifies for state

The Lady Wave golf team finished the regular season last week and qualified one for next week’s state tournament in Mesquite.

Defense, big plays lift Fallon over Spring Creek in league opener

A defensive battle in the first half let up after the break as the Greenwave football team exploded for 22 points to knock off Spring Creek, 28-14, Saturday at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex.

CCHS senior completes Rattlesnake project to earn Eagle Scout recognition

The pandemic left Toby Escobar in a tough situation in completing his Eagle Scout project before turning 18 in July.

Austin, defense come up big in road win over Sparks

SPARKS – Down to their third-string quarterback who has never taken a snap and facing a much-improved opponent, the Greenwave still found a way to come out on top.

Comeback bid in 2nd game comes up short in Wooster sweep

RENO – In its first game since the opening-season tournament in Yerington, the Lady Wave volleyball team nearly swung the momentum in the second game before falling to Wooster in straight games on last Monday.

Reno stops Fallon run game in 42-18 season-opening win

Fallon’s running game struggled to get going and Reno took advantage of 10 three-and-outs in a 42-18 win over the Greenwave in Friday night’s NIAA Hall of Fame game at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex.

Wave football reloads, eyes return to state championship

Fallon opens season Friday vs. 5A Reno

For the first time in two years, football returns to the Lahontan Valley when it should: under the lights on a Friday night in the late summer and fall.

Fallon finds little luck as Babe Ruth tournament’s host

The Fallon 13U all-stars hosted the Pacific Southwest Babe Ruth Regional Tournament for the first time in more than a decade.

Hawaii Kai comes back to win regional title in Fallon

A pair of Hawaiian teams battled on the mainland for the right to advance to this month’s Babe Ruth World Series.

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