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ChurchillCSD votes to keep hybrid plan through remainder of school year

Citing improvements that resulted in positive results among teachers and students under the hybrid model, Churchill County School District voted during last week’s Board of Trustees meeting not to change the current learning model.

Wave, Bighorns open fall season this week

The fall season officially begins this weekend for both Fallon and Oasis Academy, which competes in the 3A and 1A classes, respectively.

Fans to be allowed at CCHS, Oasis Academy home contests

Fans will be allowed at Churchill County High School and Oasis Academy home competitions for fall sports this season.

HSLL appealing to state to reclassify lacrosse amid youth sports update

Club full-contact sports not allowed per governor

When the state lifted full-contact sports from the “no-play” list last week, it left out one high school sport that’s been growing.

State lifts football from ‘no-play’ list

Practice begins for Wave, all fall sports

The taste of losing to their cross-valley rival in the 2019 state championship is something Brooke Hill and his football team want to get rid of in a hurry.

Fall sports season begins Saturday; football not allowed

After watching any remaining hope of a winter sports season dissolve last week, both Fallon and Oasis Academy turn their attention to the fall season, which begins this weekend with tryouts. Thomas Ranson/LVN, file Fallon senior and 2019 state qualifier Allison Frost and the tennis program begin their season Saturday. Fallon senior Cole Hamlin and the Greenwave soccer program begin their season with tryouts Saturday at the high school field. Oasis Academy senior Sequoya Casey and the Bighorns volleyball program will begin their season with tryouts Monday.

Fallon club teams compete in Rocklin tournament

Cross the Sierra Nevada mountains and play against teams from Northern Nevada and California. Several of Fallon's club basketball teams traveled over the pass last weekend to compete in the Super Bowl Bash tournament at the Hardwood Palace in Rocklin, Calif.

Selmi donates $200K to Churchill County High School scholarship program

A Fallon native and Churchill County High School graduate who operated Nevada Seafood for almost six decades left behind a generous gift for her alma matter.

Churchill County School District moves forward with outsourcing proposal

Community members voiced their concern about Churchill County School District’s proposal about outsourcing three departments during Wednesday’s Board of Trustees meeting.

Fallon, Oasis Academy begin fall sports workouts

Workouts have begun for the Greenwave as the first official day of the fall season, which was moved because of the pandemic, is Feb. 13 for football and Feb. 20 for the cross country, tennis, girls golf, soccer and volleyball.

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