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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.
  • Tuesday, January 18, 2022 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School wrestling team had to change some trave plans late last week. 
    The Buckaroos were set to travel to Spring Creek for the Kiwanis Invitational, but it was canceled late in the week. 
    Luckily, the Douglas Tigers were hosting an invitational as well, and the Buckaroos headed there Saturday.
    The trip paid off, as Angel Huerta won at 120 pounds and Lowry won the team title with 241.50 points. 
    Douglas was second with 166 points and McQueen (147), Spanish Springs (129), Churchill County (84) and Battle Mountain (82.5) rounded out the top six.
  • Buckaroo boys collect home wins against Dust Devils, Vaqueros
    Tuesday, January 18, 2022 1:00 AM
    In a season where every win is going to be an important one, the Lowry High School boys basketball team collected two victories this past weekend on its home floor.
    In a low-scoring game on Friday night, the Buckaroos got a free throw from Lance Brinegar with less than three seconds to play to break a 33-33 tie and give Lowry a 34-33 win, as Dayton couldn’t get off s good shot as time expired.
    “It was a wild night and we knew what kind of game we were going to get,” said LHS head coach Chad Peters. “The biggest thing we did was that we ran our stuff and didn’t get caught up in the other stuff. We stayed focus in what we needed to do and what they were doing. We ran that final play and we got a free throw from one of our best free throw shooters.” 
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    While part of the Lowry High School wrestling team was in Idaho for the Rollie Lane Invitational, another group was in Sparks at the Brickhouse for the Sparks Invitational.
    The Buckaroos; David Hunter earned a runner-up finish at 138 pounds and Jorge Ochoa (113) and Billy DeLong (138) placed fourth. David Walker notched a fifth-place finish at 220 pounds and Gage Kinder (132) and Tayden Primeuax placed sixth at 145 pounds.
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    After getting an unexpected break in action due to weather and having the Sierra Nevada Classic canceled, a portion of the Lowry High School wrestling team was in Nampa, Idaho, this past weekend for the Rollie Lane Invitational. 
    The Rollie Lane is one of the top wrestling tournaments in the Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Idaho area.
    Coda Nichols, wrestling at 98 pounds, turned in the best performance for the Buckaroos. Nichols usually wrestles at 106 pounds in Nevada, but Idaho has the smaller 98-pound class.
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    After going four weeks without a game, the McDermitt High School girls basketball team returned to the floor on Tuesday, Jan. 4 at Pyramid Lake in a 1A non-conference match-up.
    The Lakers, who came into the game 11-3, including wins over 5A schools Spanish Springs, Reno and Reed, beat the Lady Bulldogs 60-43. McDermitt dropped to 3-5 on the season.
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    The McDermitt High School boys basketball team started the Northern 1A East season on a high note, with a 41-34 win at Jackpot on Friday afternoon. It was the first win over the Jaguars for the Bulldogs since the 2017 season.
    “It was a good way to start the league season,” said MHS coach Jack Smith. “It had been a while since we beat these guys. It was good for our confidence to make that long trip and to get a win.” 
  • Lady Bucks cruise to 42-point vicotry in Northern 3A East opener in Fallon
    Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    For the first time this year, the Lowry High School girls basketball team did not play a game in Las Vegas or Winnemucca.
    The Lady Bucks made the short trip to Fallon on Friday night to open play in the Northern 3A East and were not the most gracious visitors, beating Churchill County 60-18 to improve to 9-3 on the season and 1-0 in the Northern 3A East.
    Lowry found its shooting touch from the outside, knocking down seven 3-point field goals on the night, four girls scored in double figures, as the Lady Bucks shared the wealth throughout the lineup.
  • Lowry rally falls short at Fallon
    Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    The Lowry High School boys basketball found itself in an early hole in its Northern 3A East opener in Fallon on Friday night.
    Trailing by as many as 11 points in the first half to Churchill County, the Buckaroos rallied to tie the contest in the third quarter.
    However, the Greenwave pulled away in the final eight minutes to secure a 50-40 win. Lowry dropped to 7-6 on the season and 0-1 in the Northern 3A East.
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    Due to COVID-19-related concerns within the Nevada women’s basketball program, the Wolf Pack’s games against Boise State on Thursday, Jan. 6, and at Air Force on Sunday, Jan. 9 were postponed. 
  • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 1:00 AM
    A handful of local high school basketball games were postponed.
    The Lowry High School JV and girls basketball teams were set to play in Truckee on Thursday but new Covid restrictions have Truckee schools on a pause.
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