The Fernley girls ran through the 3A ranks, finishing a perfect 18-0. Now, the Vaqueros are scorching into the postseason. KOLO 8 News Now's Kurt Schroeder caught up with the squad before their run to a state title begins.
For over the last decade, Spanish Springs has established itself as the premier wrestling program in Northern Nevada. The Cougars have more recently taken their dominance state-wide, claiming the program's first two state championships in 2018 and 2019.
The Incline boys basketball team looks ready to defend its 2A state championship from 2019, while the ladies are out to avenge their loss in the title bout. KOLO-8's Kurt Schroeder checked in with both Highlander squads, who are aiming to make history in 2020.
It's week three on the Sports Caravan and you can feel the stakes getting higher with each passing game. Our area hoopers were out in full force in the latest installment of your favorite Friday night sports show.
For the first time ever, Fallon and Fernley football will meet in a state championship. The Greenwave and Vaqueros will take their rivalry to unmatched heights Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at Carson High School in the 3A title game.
Damonte Ranch is back in the 4A Northern championship game after a 28-12 win over Reed in a semifinal playoff matchup on Wednesday. The Mustangs will get a rematch with reigning North champion Bishop Manogue.
Jon Haskins is no longer the head football coach at Reno High School, relieved of his duties before the completion of his first season, the Washoe County School District confirmed to KOLO-TV on Monday.
It was another wild week on the Sports Caravan as Mike Stefansson and Kurt Schroeder tried to keep up with our local standout athletes. They did their best (Mike and Kurt, that is, you know the kids balled out.)