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Northern Nevada 4A Region

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The Northern Nevada 4A Region is a part of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association, governing the northern half of Nevada for high school athletics. The Northern 4A league is the large-school level, which has schools with enrollments of 1,200 and higher. The region is split into two leagues. The High Desert League and the Sierra League. Both leagues are divided by proximity with the High Desert encompassing the schools north of Mill Street in Reno, while the schools in the Sierra League are south of Mill Street.

Current members

School Mascot Location League Enrollment
Carson Senators Carson City, Nevada Sierra 2,503
Damonte Ranch Mustangs Reno, Nevada Sierra 1,617
Douglas Tigers Minden, Nevada Sierra 1,522
Galena Grizzlies Reno, Nevada Sierra 1,510
Hug Hawks Reno, Nevada High Desert 1,266
Manogue Miners Reno, Nevada Sierra 650
McQueen Lancers Reno, Nevada High Desert 1,945
North Valleys Panthers Reno, Nevada High Desert 2,227
Reed Raiders Sparks, Nevada High Desert 2,464
Reno Huskies Reno, Nevada High Desert 1,896
Spanish Springs Cougars Sparks, Nevada High Desert 2,315
Wooster Colts Reno, Nevada Sierra 1,734

Affiliate Members

Due to few schools participating in certain sports in the 3A level, some schools play in the 4A as their only option. Schools who compete in various sports such as tennis, swimming and skiing are Fernley, Incline, Lowry, North Tahoe, Truckee, Sage Ridge and Sparks.


  • Carson and Douglas- Known as the battle for the Carson Valley.
  • Reed and Spanish Springs- These two are the only 4A schools in Sparks.
  • North Valleys and Spanish Springs- The battle in the desert. Both schools opened in the same year, 2001.
  • Bishop Manogue High School, Damonte High School, and Galena High School - The battle of South Reno.
  • Reno High School and Bishop Manogue High School - The battle of the oldest schools in the area.
  • South Tahoe and North Tahoe- The Battle of the Lake
  • North Valleys High School and Hug High School-The Valley Cup

2009-2010 Region Champions

  • Football: Reed Raiders
  • Boys Soccer: Manogue Miners
  • Girls Soccer: Douglas Tigers
  • Boys Tennis: Reno Huskies
  • Girls Tennis: Reno Huskies
  • Boys Cross Country: Carson Senators
  • Girls Cross Country: South Tahoe Vikings
  • Volleyball: Reno Huskies
  • Girls Golf: Manogue Miners
  • Boys Basketball: Manogue Miners
  • Girls Basketball: Reno Huskies
  • Wrestling: Spanish Springs Cougars
  • Boys Skiing: South Tahoe Vikings
  • Girls Skiing: Reno Huskies
  • Boys Golf: Manogue Miners
  • Boys Swimming: Reno Huskies
  • Girls Swimming: Reno Huskies
  • Baseball: Reno Huskies
  • Softball: Spanish Springs Cougars
  • Boys Track & Field: McQueen Lancers
  • Girls Track & Field: McQueen Lancers

See also

This page was last edited on 23 June 2019, at 02:35
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