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Senicka Happy entertains a group of basketball campers.
Senicka Happy entertains a group of basketball campers.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 1:00 AM
If you’ve ever attended youth sports events in Lovelock, you may have noticed a pattern. The Pershing County Mustangs show up to mentor the younger athletes. 
It could be football, basketball or wrestling. It doesn’t matter.
According to athletic director Mike Brooks, mentorship has always been an integral part of the program. 
“It’s amazing to watch the older kids help the younger ones,” he says. “They love the high school athletes.”
  • Wednesday, October 21, 2020 1:00 AM
    The NCAA announced more than 450 selections of host sites for preliminary rounds and final sites of predetermined championships in Divisions I, II and III, with most to be held from 2022-23 through 2025-26. 
    Nevada was part of two of those 450 selections.
     Reno will play host to the 2025 NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals at Montreux Country Club and the 2025 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship Finals at the National Bowling Stadium in downtown.
  • High Desert Top Truck hits Winnemucca
    Tuesday, October 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    High Desert Top Truck brought in a number of racers from around the area on Oct. 9-10 for a weekend of action at the Winnemucca Motocross track. On Friday, Oct. 9, the vent featured a tow test and sand drag races. On Oct. 10, the racers went around the motocross track in a timed lap, performed on an obstacle course and competed in off-road barrel racing. 

     
  • National television schedule announced for 2020 Wolf Pack football season
    Tuesday, October 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    Nevada will appear on national television in at least seven of its eight games this season.
    In addition, two Wolf Pack games have shifted days as the Mountain West announced its national broadcast schedule with television partners CBS Sports and Fox Sports.
    Nevada will open at home on Oct. 24, against Wyoming at 4 p.m. on CBS Sports.
    The Wolf Pack will then travel to Las Vegas for the first collegiate football game in the new Allegiant Stadium as Nevada and UNLV will Battle for the Fremont Cannon on Nevada Day Weekend. 
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020 1:00 AM
    Aaron Rodgers throwing two picks in three passes.
    New England making errors of commission and omission on the field and on the sideline.
    The Browns getting annihilated in Pittsburgh.
    Well, scratch the third item as something unusual.
    Football fans aren’t used to witnessing the great Packers quarterback, with a 10-0 lead no less, surrendering a Pick-6 and then another interception leading to a touchdown within three throws. Not only did those mistakes changed the tenor of Green Bay’s visit to Tampa Bay, it led to a Buccaneers-style pillaging for a 38-10 rout.
  • Tuesday, October 13, 2020 1:00 AM
    Gail Piquet shot a low gross score of 40 to win the first flight of the Winnemucca Ladies Golf Club eclectic tournament  held on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Winnemucca Municipal Golf Course.
  • Nevada Mountain West Conference men’s basketball schedule announced
    Tuesday, October 13, 2020 1:00 AM
    The Nevada men’s basketball will play an 18-game Mountain West Conference schedule beginning in January as the league announced the slate last week.
    Subject to approval from state, county and local officials, the 18-game league slate will begin for the Wolf Pack on Saturday, Jan. 2 and conclude on Saturday, March 6. 
  • Boys basketball works it out
    Tuesday, October 13, 2020 1:00 AM
    If you stop by the gym any day after school, you’ll see several basketball players working out. They’ve been at it for a couple of months. You might not recognize all of them because they’re wearing masks, but nothing slows down their moves. 
    “It’s pretty much a normal practice with a little less running,” says Dalton McNeff, a senior with three years of basketball under his belt. He’s hoping for a fourth, even if it only lasts six weeks. “The only time we’re allowed to take off our masks is during water breaks.”
    Many of their masks feature the school colors, red and black. They also depict the PCHS mascot, the Mustang.
    Varsity boys coach Jesse Canchola makes sure his players follow the NIAA rules, including health screens before workouts. “We don’t scrimmage, so there is no sort of body contact,” he says. 
  • Mori wins boys cutting in Battle Mountain
    Wednesday, October 7, 2020 1:00 AM
    Humboldt County’s Isaac Mori took the top spot in boys cutting, as the Nevada High School Rodeo Association made a stop in Battle Mountain from Sept. 25-27.
    Mori finished second in both performances, but his average in both rounds was good enough to place atop the standings. He had 68 points in the first performance and 69 in the second. Mori placed third in the reined cow horse average, as he finished third in each performance with 142.5 and 144 points, respectively.
  • Wednesday, October 7, 2020 1:00 AM
  • Lovelock loves the Pershing County Mustangs
    Wednesday, October 7, 2020 1:00 AM
    Vijay Ratti changes the photos on his bulletin board with the seasons. 
    Football, volleyball and soccer yield to basketball and wrestling. Softball, baseball and track follow in a steady rhythm.
    A succession of Homecoming Kings and Queens grin at the Shell Station’s patrons.
    Sports is hardwired into Lovelock’s DNA. Forbes magazine just named Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Boston, Minneapolis, Detroit and Miami the nation’s sportiest cities. But the town that time forgot would top any rural list. 
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