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Lowry's Bailey Hayes hits her drive on the first hole during the Lowry Invitational.
Lowry's Bailey Hayes hits her drive on the first hole during the Lowry Invitational.
Friday, October 11, 2019 1:00 AM
Even though it was a clear and sunny day in Winnemucca on Wednesday, it was not an ideal day to be on the golf course.
The Lowry High School girls golf team hosted the Northern 3A, in cold and windy conditions at Winnemucca Municipal Golf Course. The day before temperatures were 30 degrees warmer in Fernley.
“It was cold and windy but it could have been worse,” said LHS coach Savannah Talbott.
Angelina Martinez led the Lady Bucks on the day with a round of 100, which put her fifth overall. 
Teammates Kaitlyn Hales shot a 103 and Bailey Hayes carded a 108.  
  • Friday, October 11, 2019 1:00 AM
    If you are a fan of the old Western Athletic Conference or the Big Sky, last Friday night in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., was the place for you.
    The Lowry High School football team and South Tahoe combined for 877 yards of offense, with the Vikings having nine more yards than the Buckaroos.
    However, the score was a little more lopsided and that was in Lowry’s favor, 61-38. The Buckaroos improved to 5-1 in the Northern 3A and 6-1 overall and clinched a playoff spot for the second consecutive season.
    Lowry looked poised to blow the game open, scoring twice in the first seven minutes of the contest. The Buckaroos drove down the field on their opening possession and capped off the 65-yard drive with a 16-yard run by Anthony Peterson.
    After forcing South Tahoe to punt on its initial possession, Lowry got the ball back and drove 63 yards. Chance Huitt ended the drive with a touchdown pass to Tyler Neu for a 13-0 lead with 5:25 left in the first quarter.
    It was the first of three touchdowns receptions for Neu.
  • Lowry cross country team takes on Shadow Mountain course at Reed Invite
    Friday, October 11, 2019 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School cross country was back in action last Friday at the Reed Invitational  at Shadow Mountain Park in Sparks.
    Sophomore Jovi Kuskie finished fifth in the varsity girls race in a time of 20 minutes, 51 seconds. She was the highest finisher among small-school runners. The top six runners were separated by 43 seconds.
    Damonte Ranch’s Carley Legenbauer won the race with a time of 20:15. Bishop Mangoue’s Maddy Kirvan (20:30) and Damonte Ranch’s Marena Middleton (20:33) were second and third, respectively. All three are seniors.
    “Jovi was right in it until the end where she was out-kicked at the line,” said LHS coach Kathy Norcutt. “She raced very tough and was able to stay with those 4A girls.”  
  • Friday, October 11, 2019 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School boys soccer team could not overcome a slow start at Truckee on Friday, Oct. 4, and suffered a 3-2 loss to the Wolverines.
    It was just the third league road match for the Buckaroos, who played seven of their first Northern 3A matches at home.
    Lowry dropped to 5-4-1 in the Northern 3A, but is still in the middle of the playoff hunt.
    “We just got off to a slow start and you can’t do that against a team like Truckee,” said LHS coach Steve Swanson. “They are not the Truckee of old like they have been, but are still a good team. I liked that we came back and made it a game. They were on two red cards and if we had more time, I think we could have come all the way back.” 
  • Lady Longhorns drop league road
matches to Mustangs, Nighthawks
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 AM
    Like its soccer counterpart, the Battle Mountain High School volleyball team has been on the road for the past couple of weeks.
    The Lady Longhorns finished a four-match road trip this past weekend.
    Battle Mountain traveled to Lovelock on Thursday to take on rival Pershing County. The Lady Longhorns looked poised to put a damper on the Mustangs’ homecoming, winning the first set 25-22. 
  • BMHS girls soccer team play to scoreless tie at Pershing County
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 AM
    The Battle Mountain High School girls soccer team closed out its five-match road trip with a 0-0 tie at Pershing County on Thursday night.
    The Lady Longhorns stand at 0-7-2 in the Northern 3A 'B' division with five matches to play on the season.
  • Lady Bucks knocked off by Wolverines
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 AM
    After spending pretty much the first half of the season on the road, the Lowry High School girls soccer team made its third appearance at home this past Friday night against Truckee. 
    The last time the Lady Bucks saw their home field was Sept. 14 against Incline.
    Truckee entered the match second in the Northern 3A at 8-1-1 and claimed a 9-1 win over Lowry.
    The Wolverines collected goals in the 6th and 7th minutes off of shots by Alondra Villa and Taya Matt. Matt’s goal came off a rebound in the Lowry box.
  • Battle Mountain football team loses first game of the season to American Falls in Idaho
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 AM
    After opening the season with four straight wins in the Northern 2A and scoring more than 42 points in each contest, the Battle Mountain football team suffered its first loss of the season this past Friday in Idaho.
    The Longhorns played its annual non-conference game with American Falls, with the Beavers winning 62-12. 
    Battle Mountain dropped to 4-1 on the season but remained tied for first in the Northern 2A at 4-0 with Yerington. The Lions beat Pershing County 23-8 this past Friday in Lovelock.
  • Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 AM
    The McDermitt High School volleyball team dropped a doubleheader on Friday against Eureka.
  • Lowry cross country team runs at Reed
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School cross country was in Sparks last Friday for the Reed Invitational at Shadow Mountain Park. Jovi Kuskie and Jeremy Walker were the top finishers for the Buckaroos in the respective varsity races. Lowry races at Winnemucca Municipal Golf Course on Friday.
  • Lowry volleyball team sweeps Sparks
    Tuesday, October 8, 2019 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School volleyball team got back on the winning track Saturday afternoon with a straight-set victory (25-13, 25-21, 25-16) over Sparks in Winnemucca.
    The Lady Bucks got off to a slow start, as the Railroaders led early at 5-4. However, a kill by Eva Andradottir and a two straight aces by Sierra Maestrejuan put the Lady Bucks in front for good at 7-5.
    Two kills by Shanae Smith and one more by Isabelle Ozanick in succession started an 8-1 run that saw Lowry lead 19-8.
    Reece Kalkoske and Maestrejuan capped off the run with kills of their own. Maestrejuan had thee kills in the final four points, with Destiny Starkey adding a kill as well.
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