Stephen Zimmeman, Chase Jeter and Zach Collins give Bishop Gorman’s boys basketball team unmatched size, and playing the three big men together might seem like a good idea on paper.
Green Valley boys basketball coach Lorenzo Jarvis was asked what he was most proud of Saturday, and his answer consisted of six sentences. In that span, Jarvis used the word “fight” five times.
John Lessner and Hunter Brown each won an individual title Saturday to help Centennial’s wrestling team to a seventh-place finish in the Las Vegas Holiday Classic at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Arbor View girls basketball coach Annette Turley took her team into the Lady Wolves Holiday Tournament hoping her players would gain experience and perhaps a few wins.
Deasia Walker had 26 points Saturday to help Eldorado’s girls basketball team to a 50-48 win over Western in the Vegas Invitational at Mountain View.
Follow the link for schedules and results (when available) for the boys and girls basketball tournaments being held in Las Vegas and Henderson prior to Christmas.
Kayla Watterson had 11 points and 10 rebounds Saturday to lead Coronado’s girls basketball team to a 48-34 win over St. Patrick (Canada) in the Tournament of Champions in Phoenix.
Matthew Harney had 42 points and 16 rebounds Saturday to help Calvary Chapel’s boys basketball team to a 67-61 win over host White Pine in Ely.
Palo Verde’s boys basketball team already had played two games this week, so coach Paul Sanchez was a bit apprehensive about his team heading into its opener in the Foothill Holiday Classic on Friday.
For all of its success in Nevada in recent years, Bishop Gorman’s boys basketball team has had mixed results in high-profile games against out-of-state competition.
Palo Verde coach Scott Nemchek remembers wrestler Josh Pine sitting in the stands at Centennial High last season, watching volunteers roll up the mats after the Sunset Regional Tournament. Nemchek said Pine looked straight ahead with a menacing glare, prompting him to sit next to his beleaguered grappler and ask him his thoughts at that moment.
Deishuan Booker had 47 points, eight rebounds and eight assists Friday to help Agassi Prep’s boys basketball team roll past visiting Needles, 85-43.
Megan Morton had 20 points and 10 rebounds Friday to help Boulder City’s girls basketball team rout visiting Sunrise Mountain, 61-23.
Jeanne Carmell threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score Friday to lead Boulder City’s flag football team to a 33-6 win at Eldorado.
Las Vegas High’s Tyler Bey had scored a total of 73 points in the Wildcats’ first two games this week.
Carl Crayon scored 23 points Thursday as Eldorado’s boys forced overtime with a last-second shot and went on to beat host Bonanza, 64-62.
Paris Strawther had 18 points and 13 rebounds Thursday to lead Liberty’s girls basketball team to a 47-31 home win over Foothill.
Nico Camacho pinned his opponent at 113 pounds Thursday to break a 36-36 tie and give Del Sol’s wrestling team a 42-36 victory over the Jaguars at Chaparral.
Cydnee Bush rushed for two touchdowns Thursday to help Palo Verde’s flag football team to a 19-7 win over Moapa Valley in Overton.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association took the first steps Thursday to replace replace Eddie Bonine as executive director, asking its lawyer to draft a job description and qualifications.
Bobbi Floyd’s week was all planned out, and she couldn’t wait.
Findlay Prep boys basketball coach Andy Johnson didn’t like the way his team finished the first half Wednesday.
JonRoss Juhas had 13 points and 12 rebounds, and Noah Spearman scored 12 points on Wednesday to help Del Sol’s boys basketball team to a 61-53 home win over Virgin Valley.
Taij Criss-Felton scored 24 points Wednesday to lift Chaparral’s girls basketball team to a 50-30 win over visiting Moapa Valley.