Liberty junior Paris Strawther was supposed to make an immediate impact with the Patriots as a freshman.
The Valley boys basketball team struggled on offense during the first week of the season.
The Vikings’ solution on Wednesday was to focus on the other end of the floor.
Future College Prep (Calif.) hit a stick-back basket with 1.6 seconds left Wednesday to hand Findlay Prep the program’s first home loss in its eight-year history, 73-71.
Preston Echols led four double-figure scorers with 19 points Wednesday as Shadow Ridge’s boys basketball team posted a 73-64 win at Rancho.
Kennedy Wharton had 27 points and 16 rebounds Wednesday to lead Valley’s girls basketball team to a 61-47 win over visiting Coronado.
Morgan Gibson threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score Wednesday to help Green Valley’s flag football team rally for a 31-21 win over visiting Shadow Ridge.
Leaders for the area's boys and girls basketball teams have been updated.
Leaders will be updated on a weekly basis as the Review-Journal receives statistics from coaches.
Las Vegas High’s basketball team was due a break around the basket on Tuesday.
Reserve forward Will Loche gave them one.
The prep football season ended last weekend, but not all of the helmets and shoulder pads have been put away yet.
Nate Grimes had 17 points and 12 rebounds Tuesday to help Desert Pines’ boys basketball team to a 77-57 home win over Liberty.
Re’meake Keith had 18 points, and Coby Myles scored 14 for the Jaguars, who got 12 points from Capri Uzan.
Tramina Jordan tallied 16 points Tuesday, and Centennial’s girls basketball team gave head coach Karen Weitz her 500th career win with a 65-21 victory over visiting Palo Verde.
Centennial posted four first-period pins Tuesday on the way to a 46-25 victory over host Arbor View.
Jeanne Carmell threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score Tuesday to lead Boulder City’s flag football team to a 19-12 win at Eldorado.
Growing up in New York in the projects in Brooklyn, Trevor Diggs knew that basketball would be his escape in some capacity. It had to be.
Green Valley girls basketball coach Eric Johnston devotes large portions of his practices to two simple skills: making layups and sinking free throws.
The two came in handy Monday.
Darryl Gaynor had 32 points and eight rebounds Monday to help Durango’s boys basketball team to a 75-47 home win over Rancho.
Tanganika Hunt had 24 points, seven steals and three assists and hit a pair of clutch free throws in the final 30 seconds Monday to help Bonanza’s girls basketball team to a 47-45 win over visiting Spring Valley.
Sydney Morris had touchdown runs of 47 and 45 yards Monday to lead Canyon Springs’ flag football team to a 20-0 win at Durango.
Tea Rivera tossed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Sierra Cummings for the Pioneers.
Randall Cunningham never had started a varsity football game before this season.
But the senior certainly made the most of his one year as a regular.
Bishop Gorman’s defense took it on the chin in the season opener against Mountain Pointe (Ariz.), giving up 319 rushing yards.
The Gaels made sure that didn’t happen again.
It took more than 20 minutes for the Arbor View boys basketball team to take the lead Saturday.
Justin Burks and Terrell Butler made sure the Aggies didn’t lose it.
Khalil Thompson had 18 points and nine assists, and Troy Brown added 12 points and 15 rebounds Saturday to lift Centennial’s boys basketball team to an 82-69 win over Palo Verde in the championship game of the Southwest Rotary Classic in Yuma, Ari