Defending state champion girls team favorites going into meet

After winning back-to-back state championships with his White Pine High School girls track and field  team, coach Justin Locke knows what he and his team have to do to go for a third straight. “Our strategy is just to get as many athletes … [Read more...]

Coach proud of improvement team made over season

The White Pine Bobcat baseball team knew they controlled their own destiny when it came to playing in the post-season when they stepped up to the plate against Lincoln on Friday. If they could win one out of the two games in the double-header, they … [Read more...]

Golfers ‘ready’ for state after exhausting week

After a grueling week that saw the White Pine High School golf team travel across the state to play four rounds of golf, head coach Randy Long said that he thinks his team might have had “too much golf.” The trip started with one of the team’s … [Read more...]

Lightning ends meet early

Lily Fullmer leads a 300 meter hurdles race in the rain on White Pine High School’s track on Friday. (Garrett Estrada photo)

High School track and field athletes found themselves battling more than just opposing schools at the White Pine Invitational on Friday. Strong winds and rain made for a less than ideal setting for the competition, which had to end prematurely due to … [Read more...]

Competition to decide who will be last man on team for divisions

White Pine High School golf coach Randy Long almost has his six-man lineup set for the divisional round of the post-season. He knows who his top five players are, but the battle for the sixth and final spot is still ongoing. “I think competition … [Read more...]

Home wins demonstrate Ladycats ‘mental toughness’

McKenna Windous throws a pitch in the Ladycats first game of a home double-header against Needles on Friday.
(Garrett Estrada photo)

When the White Pine High School Ladycat softball team took the field on Friday against Needles, they knew they were going to be tested. What they didn’t know is that the first game of their home double-header would turn out to be the Ladycats closest … [Read more...]

Bobcats split with Needles at home

Colton Britton throws a pitch in the Bobcats home 9-7 win over Needles on Friday.
(Garrett Estrada photo)

The White Pine High School baseball team keeps proving they are a different squad from last year’s team. The Bobcats traded a pair of games with second place Needles on Friday, keeping them alive in the post-season hunt. To Bobcats head coach Quinn … [Read more...]

Two soccer camps coming in summer

Steptoe Valley Soccer Club is pleased to announce that there will be two Summer Soccer Camps Offered for 2015. The first Camp (P.A.S.S.) will be June 22-June 26 from 9 a.m. to noon each day.  This camp is for youth 6 years and above.  The camp is … [Read more...]

Britton brothers impress

Kade Britton throws a pitch to Mountain View while his brother Colton Britton waits patiently at second base.
(Garrett Estrada photo)

Quinn Ewell knows that his team is getting better. As the head baseball coach for the White Pine High School Bobcat baseball team, he’s already seen huge improvement having won more games in conference play than the team did all of last year. But he … [Read more...]

Ladycats ready for rematch against Needles

When it comes to the White Pine High School girls softball team’s schedule, they’ve saved the best for last. The Ladycats (8-0 in league play) will face their toughest challenge yet this season when they host Needles (6-0) for a double header … [Read more...]