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Recap from Carson Track Invite

Highlanders split team in two for Invite. The freshman and sophomores competed Friday at the Junior Varsity Carson Invite. The girls finished 6th out of 16 teams with only three student-athletes competing on the day. The young  ladies were lead by Millie Jenkins with a personal best and 2nd place finish in the long jump at

Highlanders in News

Tahoe Tribune visits Incline to come face to face to the lady high jump crew. Read the article on their site. www.tahoedailytribune.com/news/sports/incline-high-jumpers-pushing-each-other-to-reach-new-heights/  

Breaking New Heights

Breaking New Heights Highlanders travel west to the Thunder Invitational at Rocklin High School. Incline has not ventured outside of the NIAA since 2013. Forecast called for Rain in the mountains and continued until parting the skies for the Invitational. Sammantha Giangreco made her way to warm ups on the high jump apron before heading

Reed Rotary Invite Final

Highlanders finish Reed Rotary Invite Day two of the invite involved more Incline students. The weather started cool for the day and began to warm up in the afternoon. It was the four Lady Highjumpers taken top 10 honors. Jenkins cleared 5’0″ on her first attempt and secured 1st overall at the Large meet. Giangreco

Day 1 Reed Rotary Invite

Incline comes out finishing top among small schools The highlanders took the young team to the  Reed Rotary Invite on Friday. On the girls front Sophomore Giangreco finished 21 out 79 in the 100m at a season best time of 13.88. Limited time on a track without water and snow has not slowed down the

Highlanders Highjump Into Record Book

“Highjumpers lead the way” The Incline Highlanders having come face to face with winter in spring have persevered to send all four lady jumpers in final round at Elks Invitational at Churchill County Highschool. After winter storms cancelled meets and forced the team to practice inside the cool weather was a welcome reprieve. Senior Haley