The Elko boys basketball team is consistently one of the top teams in the Northern Nevada. The Indians have won seven straight Northern 3A Region titles, and the reward for that is facing the best Las Vegas teams at state. The Indians get a rematch with Cheyenne, the team that knocked them out at state last season. Elko plays Cheyenne at 8:15 p.m. Friday at Reno High. In the other boys 3A semifinal, Spring Creek plays defending state champion Desert Pines at 4:45 p.m., Friday, also at Reno.
ELKO — In the early stages of Friday's Division 3A North semifinal game between the Spring Creek Spartans and the Fallon Greenwave, the Spartans dominated early and hung on late. Spring Creek booked a trip to state and a spot in the regional championship with a 57-55 victory. After not scoring points Thursday against Dayton, the Spartans tallied a bunch on Friday. Fallon took a quick 2-0 lead by sophomore Elijah Jackson's jumper, but the Spartans went up one with a three by senior Levi Yaunick.
For the second year in a row, the Fallon Lady Wave knocked off Lowry for the Northern 3A Regional Championship. The game started close. Both teams kept pace with the other, ending the first quarter tied at 16 points. Fallon started to pull ahead in the second, thanks to a Kaitlyn Hunter free throw followed by a three-pointer from Caitlyn Welch, 29-24. Fallon coach Anne Smith said they made some adjustments at halftime and it did the trick to push them ahead.
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