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Athlete for Life

Incline Village Community Hospital is a presenting a free community health talk about overuse injuries in young athletes. Explore how growth and changes in young bodies affect injury risk. Learn from Nina Winans, MD, Sports Medicine Physician, and Ryan Solberg, MSPT, OCS, CPed as the present on Tuesday, May 29th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm in

Highlander Boys Golf

Boys golf traveled to Washoe County Golf Course where host Sage Ridge took advantage of home field. Incline was left without there top scorer for the day and finished 3rd. The team will play at Edgewood next May 3rd before they host Regional tournament play on May 8th at Toyaibe. This story can be found

Swimmers face rival North Tahoe

Swim team makes slip stream Senior Rachel Meyer sets personal best time in the 100 free and 200 idividual medley taking 2nd and 1st respectively in her events. Fellow senior Kate Rye competed in the 50 free and 100 back stroke taking first in both events. This story can  be found by visiting the Tahoe

Track & Field Update

Incline Highlanders at Truckee Lake Meet Incline faced Lake Tahoe area schools at host Truckee. The highlanders showed true mettle in mid-week meet fresh off a two-day Carson Invite. Highlander girls small in numbers took big points to finish in second place to Truckee’s more experienced squad. The boys were not far behind finishing in

Highlanders Baseball Update

Busy week for the Highlander Baseball team. They started Tuesday night at Greater Nevada Field home of the Ace’s to face rival North Tahoe Laker’s in an exhibition game. Incline started a different pitcher each inning under the lights of downtown Reno. Read more about this story and the win at Pershing County at the

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.  

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