The Truckee girls' basketball team jumped into Class 3A Northern League play to start the year, opening the season at home on Tuesday, Dec. 5 with a 64-31 win over Sparks. The contest would be tight to start out, with the Lady Wolverines holding a 10-9 advantage over a Railroaders program that hasn't won a game since Feb. 6, 2016. The Wolverines would begin to separate themselves from Sparks in the second quarter and, extended their lead to a 27-18 advantage by halftime.
The Truckee Wolverines boys' basketball team opened play in the Class 3A Northern League on Tuesday, Dec. 5, and cruised to a 65-28 win at home over Sparks. Truckee got off to a slow start on the night, but soon found a rhythm offensively, and raced away from the Railroaders. Senior Gabriel Cruz had his best scoring performance of the season thus far, leading the Wolverines with 16 points on the night. Fellow senior Froilan Gaitan also posted his best game of the season with 11 points.
The Truckee wrestling team hit the mats for the 2017-18 season opener in Granite Bay, Calif., last weekend, and put together several strong performances. The program has more than doubled in size since last season, and now has 31 wrestlers, including four girls. While Truckee's numbers are strong, the team is largely inexperienced, with only a handful of returning wrestlers from last season.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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