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Winter 2010-11 Schedules Posted

In preparation for the winter season, Nevadapreps.com has posted the winter sports schedules it has received. Team histories have also been updated and posted, and capsule information for each team will be added as it is received.
 
Schedules are up for boys and girls basketball, wrestling and Class 4A girls soccer.
 
To access a team’s schedule, navigate to that team’s page (either through the pull-down menus on the left side of the screen or by selecting the Teams link under the corresponding sport in the red navigation bar near the top of the page and selecting your team from the list that will appear). From there, click on Scores/Schedules. Some team schedules are incomplete because a full schedule hasn’t been provided by the school.
 
Information from past seasons can still be viewed. On each team’s page, under the Roster/Capsule link near the top, is a pull-down menu from which you can select a season to view.
 
Additional capsule information and season previews will be posted in the coming weeks with the first contests set to begin on Nov. 26.

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