Lincoln senior wins online wrestling contest

By Greg Hicks Lincoln County Record Work ethic. It’s a characteristic commonly graded by others based on here-and-now situations; obviously, loosely used a lot of the time. By definition, work ethic is the belief in the moral benefit and … [Read more...]

Lincoln student moves on to national interviewing competition

Lincoln County High School student Stefan Hale holds up his gold medal from the SkillsUSA Nevada interviewing competition. Hale will travel to Kentucky on June 22 to compete against other students from around the country.
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By Greg Hicks Lincoln County Record There are times in life, where you have a hard time seeing your own potential; but others do. You challenge yourself immediately and ask, “Can I do this?”. Often, because you have never tried, the answer is … [Read more...]

Little League, big heart

Hunner Doty prepares for a pitch at home base on Tuesday afternoon. The White Pine Little League Association is currently halfway through their regular season.
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To Little League President, game means more than just competing In the humid air of Tuesday afternoon, parents, siblings and other members of the community gathered together on the cold, aluminum bleachers with their eyes all trained on the … [Read more...]

Soccer camp coming to Ely

The Premier Athletic Soccer School (P.A.S.S.) has announced they will hold a soccer camp in Ely from June 22-26 for children ages 6 and up. The camp will be led by a coach with over 10 years of experience running soccer camps. The Ely camp will … [Read more...]

State runner-up in softball

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Freshman Brittany Kingston throws a pitch from the circle against Lincoln County in the State softball finals held at UNLV’s Eller Media Stadium on May 16.

Ladycats come back through losers bracket to play Lincoln in finals   Things didn’t start the way the White Pine High School Ladycat softball team wanted it to in the first game of the Division III state tournament held over the … [Read more...]

Local bowls his way to first place at national tournament

Dave Berkey

Dave Berky has been bowling since he was 11 or 12; he can’t quite remember. He does remember filling in for his dad on his father’s league bowling team from time to time. He remembers meeting Bill Noah, the owner of the local Sunset Lanes and working … [Read more...]

Golf earns second in state

The State runner-up White Pine High School Golf team pose with their second place trophy on Tuesday in Incline.   (Adam Young photo)

Young ends high school career with runner-up title   White Pine High School’s Golf team shot their way to a state runner-up second place finish at Incline Village Golf Course over Monday and Tuesday. Senior Bobcat and defending state … [Read more...]

Ladycats sweep triple jump in division meet win

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White Pine Ladycats dominated the podium in the triple jump event with Mikinley Prengel taking first place, Lucy Fullmer in second place, Jenna Gubler in third place and Madeline Pickens in fourth place. Also pictured: Head coach Justin Locke.

Even as the two-time defending state champions, the White Pine High School Ladycats managed to accomplish something head coach Justin Locke hadn’t seen done in his nine years in charge, sweep all four qualifying spots in a division meet event. The … [Read more...]

Ladycats earn way into state championship tournament with two wins

The White Pine High School softball team secured their entry into this year’s state championship tournament with road wins over Mountain View Christian Academy 12-2 and Needles 11-8. The Ladycats, who entered into the divisional tournament as the … [Read more...]

Ladycats earn top seed

Senior teal Hussey hits a ball during a home softball game this season. Hussey is one of the 10 returning athletes from last year’s team.
(Garrett Estrada photo)

In White Pine High School’s softball double-header against Lincoln over the weekend, head coach Krystal Smith saw something she hasn’t seen all season, a loss. She also saw something else that she has seen time and again with her veteran squad: the … [Read more...]