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Lowry's Jace Ramsey fights off the block of Carlin's Chandler Stanfill during Friday's game in Carlin.
Lowry's Jace Ramsey fights off the block of Carlin's Chandler Stanfill during Friday's game in Carlin.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 1:00 AM
 The McDermitt High School football team made its final road trip of the season last Friday in Carlin. The Bulldogs are out of the playoff hunt, but the Railroaders still have an important contest this weekend with Wells to determine the final playoff berth in the Eastern 1A.
  • Friday, January 17, 2020 1:00 AM
    Gerard Gallant was abruptly fired by the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday less than two years after leading them to the Stanley Cup Final in their first season of existence and winning NHL coach of the year honors along the way.
    Peter DeBoer, fired last month by the San Jose Sharks, takes over immediately and will be the Vegas coach the rest of the season.
    General manager Kelly McCrimmon announced the change in the aftermath of a 4-2 loss to Buffalo on Tuesday night that dropped Vegas out of a playoff position in the Western Conference. The Golden Knights have lost four in a row, matching the longest point drought in their brief franchise history.
  • Lowry sweeps road games from South Tahoe, Dayton
    Friday, January 17, 2020 1:00 AM
    Last week’s road trip to South Tahoe and Dayton provided two completely different styles of basketball for the Lowry High School boys.
    The Buckaroos were in South Tahoe on Friday, Jan. 10, where the game was played at a quick pace up and down the floor. 
    On Saturday, Jan. 11, Lowry was in Dayton, where the game was played a snail’s pace.
    Lowry was able to adapt to both styles, beating South Tahoe 82-68 and Dayton 39-35 to improve to 7-1 in the Northern 3A and 10-4 overall.
    In the win over South Tahoe, Lowry got off to a quick start and led by double figures early in the second quarter.
    However, the Buckaroos had to change the lineup around a bit, when Kobe Stoker left in the second quarter due to an ankle injury.
    “I don’t think that kid has ever played a full four quarters at South Tahoe,” said LHS coach Chad Peters. “He has gotten hurt every time we go up there. But, he will be ready for Fallon.”
  • Friday, January 17, 2020 1:00 AM
    Jalen Harris scored 20 points and his driving layup with nine seconds left carried Nevada to a thrilling 68-67 win over Wyoming Tuesday night.
  • Friday, January 17, 2020 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School wrestling team split up its squad at the Douglas Invitational in Minden, with the Lowry gold finishing 14th with 38 points.
    The Buckaroo blue won with 202.50 points, beating out second-place Fernley (193). Reno was a distant third with 119 points and Yerington (103.50) and McQueen (99) rounded out the top five.
  • Buckaroo wrestlers take home Douglas Invitational championship
    Friday, January 17, 2020 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School wrestling team was back atop the standings once again, winning the Douglas Invitational this past weekend in Minden.
    The Buckaroos won with 202.50 points, beating out second-place Fernley (193). Reno was a distant third with 119 points and Yerington (103.50) and McQueen (99) rounded out the top five.
  • Thursday, January 16, 2020 1:00 AM
    The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association, the (501c3) non-profit governing body of high school sports in the Silver State, and One Nevada Credit Union, the Association’s title partner for all events, will be inducting 15 Northern Nevadans to its NIAA / One Nevada Hall of Fame for 2020.
    The individuals set to be inducted as the NIAA /One Nevada’s 28th class  —     Dan Anderson, Toni (Brown) Fairbanks, Art Collins, Pat Dolan, Rob Hastings, Rollie Hess, Martin “Skip” Houk, Jennifer Hucke, Michelle Palaroan, Richard Pitts, Dave Price, Ed Shepard, Paul Tremayne, Mike Whitemaine and Mitch Woods – have secured for themselves a special place in the history of Nevada high school athletics by the sheer magnitude of their contributions.
  • Thursday, January 16, 2020 1:00 AM
    After a wild weekend of historic offensive performances by Derrick Henry and nearly every Kansas City Chiefs player, spiced by some timely defense from all the winners, we have the answers to the makeup of the NFL’s Final Four.
    Which brings along a whole lot of questions.
  • McDermitt boys come up short in home opening games
    Thursday, January 16, 2020 1:00 AM
    It seemed like it would never happen, but the McDermitt High School boys basketball team made its home debut this past weekend against Wells and Jackpot.
    The Bulldogs had made their way through Reno, Virginia City, California and eastern Nevada in the first month of the season.
    In a scheduling oddity, McDermitt hosted Wells on Friday, after playing the Leopards the week before on the road. Wells won that game 69-50 and completed the sweep with a 61-45 in McDermitt on the strength of a 16-8 run in the fourth quarter.
  • Wednesday, January 15, 2020 1:00 AM
    A familiar face was back on the bench for the Lowry High School girls basketball team this past weekend.
    Second-year coach Melanie Thurmond was back with her team in South Tahoe and Dayton, following the birth of her daughter at the end of December.
  • Lady Bulldogs split home games with Leopards, Jaguars
    Wednesday, January 15, 2020 1:00 AM
    It was an interesting Friday night in McDermitt to say the least.
    A week after opening the Eastern 1A season at Wells, the McDermitt High School girls basketball were back at home for just the second time this season to host that same Wells team.
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