Friday's Winston Cup race at Loudon, New Hampshire, was interesting primarily because viewers saw Jeff Gordon actually lose his temper for once.
Looking at McQueen and Foothill's records, one might go ahead and pencil in the Lancers to advance to their seventh Nevada 4A state championship appearance since 1990.
Silver State Gymnastics finished third as a team while Arel Getty and Rachel Neitzke earned all-around titles in their divisions at the Nevada State Gymnastics Championships held on Saturday at Gym Nevada in Sparks.
RENO - The University of Nevada women's basketball team could have had its share of reasons for its less than stellar play in an exhibition game against KSC Szekszard of Hungary. But that wouldn't be the Wolf Pack's style.
Carson High graduate Jessie Hong and the Oregon State women's swim team were able to edge Douglas High graduates Charlene Rigdon and Brandy Reichardt and the University of Nevada in the pool.
A total of 54 runners, walkers and their dogs turned out for the inaugural Paws in the Park fund-raiser for the Carson City Humane Society Saturday morning at Riverview Park.
SPARKS - Seeing his team's three-goal halftime lead slipping away, Chaparral's Omar Bywaters made his best decision of the weekend
Last week I referred to the Fontana CART race as an anti-climax due to the lack of a championship battle. But it turned out to be perhaps the best race of the decade, with a record number of lead changes and lots of excitement.
SPARKS - The Reno High boys soccer team's improbable postseason run ended on Friday as Chaparral beat the Huskies 3-0 in the NIAA/U.S. Bank 4A State Championship semifinals on Friday at Reed High.
Ball control was the difference when the Elko Indians and Galena Grizzlies collided in the semifinals of the Northern 4A football playoffs on Friday night.
LAS VEGAS - There would be no miracle comeback for the Douglas High School volleyball team this time.
RENO - Thank goodness for exhibition games. But depending on who you talk to, the Nevada men's basketball team might be ready the 2001-2002 regular season opener next Saturday at Cal-State Northridge.
Douglas High graduates Brandy Reichardt and Charlene Rigdon helped lead the University of Nevada women's swim team over a split squad from No. 7 California.