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Huskies find inside game, rally to top Centennial girls

RENO — For a little more than three quarters Thursday, Centennial’s girls basketball team was playing the part of David to Reno’s Goliath to perfection.

Canyon Springs presses pace to reach title game

RENO — The fundamental difference between the boys basketball teams from Spanish Springs and Canyon Springs showed itself in the first minute of the fourth quarter Thursday.

Gorman in familiar territory

RENO — The play had no real bearing on the outcome of the game.

Liberty stifles Bishop Manogue, advances to championship game

RENO — Liberty girls basketball coach Rich Santigate threw several different defenses at Bishop Manogue on Thursday in an effort to slow the Miners’ 3-point shooters.

Committee OKs moving schools to Division I-A

As many as four Clark County School District schools could have new homes for their sports teams next year in the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association.

Shockers might not be No. 1, but they’re no illusion

A magician works with smoke and mirrors and a sexy assistant. Sometimes, a hat and a rabbit are involved. But when you see Gregg Marshall coaching Wichita State in a basketball game, he’s never using props and doing eye-opening tricks.

School Board seeks greater transparency in administrative hires

A call from Clark County School Board Vice President Linda Young to limit the powers of Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky was answered Thursday by another board member who suggested policy changes. The amendment would require the superintendent to “make the board aware of… personnel changes in instructional or operational leadership,” but doesn’t require the board’s approval in any way, as Young wanted.

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