College Athletics/Prep Sports

As Dana Moreno blasts the ball to the midfield, she kicks the ball with open arms and a focused determination. This was during the second half against Cal.Dana Moreno talks about leaving a legacy at Nevada and how she chose the Wolf Pack over other bigger programs.

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WomensSoccer_v_CalCMYK-450x297Nevada lost to No. 15 Cal but the final score didn’t indicate the reality of the entire game. Nevada gave Cal a run for its money but fail short.

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vollRuth Lawanson said the team can compete with anyone if they decide to “show up,” not only on game day but also at practice.

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111Quarterback Cody Fajardo showed a lot of dexterity in making key plays when it was most needed in the game against Cal on Saturday. After watching him play last season, I thought he would turn out to be an ordinary quarterback. Boy, was I wrong!

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8Some children grow up dreaming about becoming a doctor, firefighter, professional athlete or their own boss because it seems enjoyable and the salary would be appealing. But becoming a college football coach may be just as enticing.

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bildeghReno High junior Mahesh Challapalli dominated in singles Friday afternoon against McQueen High and made sure his team would win its 10th straight Division I Northern Region championship.

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dscFernley High senior running back Erik Wilson went for the knockout punch against Wooster.

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rtyThe North Valleys football team gave its fans a glimpse of hope early in the game by scoring on a 75-yard screen pass and a 65-yard touchdown reception only to wake a sleeping giant, the undefeated Reed Raiders.

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mannThe Bishop Manogue and North Valleys football teams both had a lethargic start to the game that turned into an electrifying second half and three overtime sessions.

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