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Incline MTB Team battles the heat at Iron Horse Round Up

The Incline Highlanders battled the heat at Hidden Valley Regional Park today at the Iron Horse Round Up. The morning race started with Varsity rider Ursula Volz riding into 4th place and taking home some scars from the terrain. In The afternoon the boys took to the course with Brennan O’Connell taking 4th place in

Incline High School Boys Varsity Soccer ties Elko High School 1-1

Saturday, September 10, 2016 12:00 PM Incline High School AWAY 1 Elko High School HOME 1 Game Recap Chris Contreras with the lone Highlander goal to tie the game at 1-1. The Highlanders will be heading home from the season opener in Elko to host South Tahoe on Wednesday.

Incline High School Girls Varsity Soccer falls to Spring Creek High School 4-2

Friday, September 9, 2016 3:00 PM Incline High School AWAY 2 Spring Creek High School HOME 4 Game Recap Incline fell behind in the 1st half 2- 0 to Spring Creek in the league opener. Incline came out in the second half and scored early in the second half and shortly after followed up a

Incline High School Girls Varsity Cross Country scores 0 points at meet

Friday, September 9, 2016 3:00 PM Place 0 Points 0 Meet Recap Senior Ursalu Volz and Junior Kate Rye took to the trails in the Kiwanis race in North Tahoe. Volz placed 16th overall with a time of 27:12.6 and Rye in 28:19.6 for 30th overall in Division II they placed 1st & 6th. Opponents

Incline High School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Pershing County High School 3-1

Friday, September 9, 2016 6:00 PM Pershing County High School AWAY 3 Incline High School HOME 1 Game Recap Varsity girls came from behind in the first game to rally 28-26. They began a 12 point rally in the fourth to close within 6 before falling on the night. The highlanders look to bounce back

Incline High School Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball beat Pershing County High School 2-0

Friday, September 9, 2016 5:00 PM Pershing County High School AWAY 0 Incline High School HOME 2 Game Recap JV started out on an impressive 2-0 win. Olivia Schneider, playing both outside and middle hitter, was the overall kill leader for the match, with a total of seven kills. Alysa Fellows, the team’s Labero, held