The Reed High girls basketball team improved to 11-1 overall after picking up four more wins last week during the Varsity Elite Tournament on their home court.
Reed opened with a 59-22 win over South Lake Tahoe last Wednesday morning before taking down Loyalton, Calif. 63-20 later that day. The Raiders closest matchup from the week came on Thursday when they got by McQueen 55-51 before rounding out the tourney with 54-43 win over Nevada Union on Friday.
The Raiders return to action on Saturday when they host Galena at 5:15 p.m. for their last non-conference game of the regular season. They open up the league slate next Tuesday at North Valleys and will host Reno Jan. 12.
Spanish Springs ended 2017 on a strong note last week after winning three of the four games they played in the Gator Classic in Las Vegas.
The girls opened the tourney on Wednesday by beating Fountain Valley, Calif. 63-37. They would pick up two more wins the next day, a 54-14 win over Southeast Career Tech and a 54-45 against Cimarron Memorial, before falling in the finale to Spring Valley, 75-57.
The Cougs, who hosted Lassen on Tuesday, improved to 11-5 overall with the wins and will open back up conference play next week at McQueen on Tuesday at 5:15 p.m.
After notching its first two wins of the season, the Sparks High girls basketball team will look to continue the momentum when they resume conference play this week.
The Railroaders (2-4, 1-0) haven’t played since a 58-48 win over Dayton on Dec. 23. They are set to play at Elko (4-6, 2-2) on Friday at 6 p.m. before traveling to Spring Creek (8-6, 2-2) Saturday at 1 p.m.