Reno high school senior Brandon Kaho has been named the Tuff Shed Stud of the Week by the Sports CaravanHe scored four touchdowns in the second quarter alone in the Huskies' 41-14 win over Galena. It completely changed what was a close game, with Reno up 7-6 at the end of the first quarter. "We all know that he's a Stud in this area," said head coach Dan Avansino. "He had a pick-six, he ran the ball extraordinarily well. So he had a great game all-around."
Former Wolf Pack point guard Ramon Sessions got a tour of the new indoor practice facility at Nevada on Friday. "To have my name on the building, it's chills," said Sessions. The Ramon Sessions Basketball Performance Center is due to open for basketball facilities on October first, with the new weight room scheduled for January first. "It's going to be spectacular for all of our teams and all of our athletes," said athletic director Doug Knuth.
Sparks high school senior Carlos Rodriguez has been named the Tuff Shed Stud of the Week by the Sports Caravan. "It means a lot to us as players," said Rodriguez. "I'm happy that I got the Stud of the Week." He scored five touchdowns in the Railroaders' 46-30 win over Dayton on Friday. That included two rushing touchdowns, a kickoff return touchdown, a punt return touchdown and an interception returned for a TD. "Those kind of games are once in a career; very rare games," said head coach Brad Rose.
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