To start Friday's game, Spring Creek did everything it could to lose to Fallon. For the final 20 minutes of the contest the Spartans dug deep and went on a 28-0 run — advancing to the 3A state semifinal with a 35-21 victory over the Greenwave. The Greenwave received the opening kick but were forced to punt, gaining a beautiful kick by junior Tristan Rodarte. The boomer pinned the Spartans within their own 5-yard line, and disaster struck on Spring Creek's opening drive of the game.
SPRING CREEK — Lady Spartans Volleyball battled it out against the Fallon Greenwave Friday night on Spring Creek's court. The Spartans won the first set 26-24. Then Fallon answered back, winning the next three. Scores were tight, though, with the Spartans fighting hard and playing with a tenacious amount of heart. Spring Creek freshman Kylee Dimick led the Spartans in kills with a combined effort of 12 total across all four sets.
The Lady Wave soccer team played two matches this weekend, traveling to Elko and Spring Creek. According to coach Randy Hines, Spring Creek just played better overall Friday, winning the match 5-0. He said the Lady Spartans held onto the ball, gaining several chances to score; they also won the majority of 50/50 balls. After halftime the Fallon defense improved, only allowing one goal.
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