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Elko (8-2 in league) is the No. 2 seed from the 3A North-East for the Division 3A North regional tournament and will face the 3A North-West No. 3 — either Wooster, South Tahoe or Truckee — at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, in Winnemucca.

The Lady Indians (7-2 in league) sealed the No. 2 seed of the Division 3A North-East for the regional tournament — currently crossing over to play No. 3 West Truckee (4-1-1 in league) — at 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, in Winnemucca.

The Lady Spartans (5-4 in league) climbed to third place in the Division 3A North-East and can seal a position in the 3A North regional tournament in their season finale and senior-night contest, hosting Fallon at 6 p.m. Thursday, in Spring Creek.

The Lady Spartans are now — pending upcoming COVID testing — guaranteed a berth in the Division 3A North semifinal round of the regional tournament, earning a first-round bye and needing just one victory at said tourney for a trip to state.

Elko threw the numbers out the window Tuesday, sweeping the Lady Spartans on their home floor in three straight sets — none of which were closer than six points and the last was by double digits.

On Tuesday, the Lady Spartans — after a 1-0 victory over the Lady Indians on Sept. 28, in Elko — defended their home turf and swept the season series with a 3-1 victory.

The Lady Indians (1-1 in league) will return to the road for another 3A North-East series, playing the Lady Greenwave (0-2 in league) at 6 p.m. Friday, in Fallon, and closing the trip with a noon Saturday tip versus Lowry (currently 1-2 in league), in Winnemucca.

Looking to remain undefeated in the 3A North-East, the Lady Spartans (3-0 in league) will host Lowry (currently 0-1 in league) at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, in Spring Creek.

After suffering their first loss in league play, the Lady Indians (2-1 in league) will play the Lady Greenwave (currently 1-0 in league) at 3:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8, in Fallon.

Flynn’s dominance really astonishing, following a 25-stroke victory in Spring Creek with another 25-shot lead in Elko, winning Elko’s tournament with a two-under par 69.

Coming off Wednesday’s 5-2 loss to Spring Creek, the Lowry softball team asserted itself Friday afternoon — closing the series with convincing victories of 11-1 and 14-0 in the doubleheader, riding the incredible day of freshman Savannah Stoker.

Hosting Lowry, the Lady Indians faced a 7-4 deficit going into the bottom of the seventh inning — plating a run and loading the bases — but Elko was unable to come up with the big hit or hits it needed.

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