Follow the link for the schedule and results (when available) of the 2014 state tennis tournaments.
Ian Locke completed 10 of 15 passes for 315 yards and five touchdowns and had 81 yards rushing and a touchdown Saturday to lead host Mountain View’s football team to a 51-16 win over White Pine.
Foothill sophomore Karina Haymore struggled at the start of the Southeast League girls championship race on her home course Saturday.
White Pine’s girls volleyball team swept a pair of matches from host Mountain View on Saturday, winning 25-9, 25-20 and 25-11, 25-11.
Sometimes the bounce of the ball is all that it takes to change a game.
The first play of the game Friday could not have gone worse for the Coronado football team as the Cougars allowed an 80-yard touchdown pass.
Clark took the field for its regular-season finale Friday night at Cheyenne knowing a victory alone would not be enough to secure one of four playoff berths in the Division I-A Sunset League.
Though his team led by 13 at halftime, Moapa Valley junior defensive back R.J. Hubert said the undefeated Pirates felt like they still had work to do Friday against host Chaparral.
The goal for Las Vegas High’s ninth-ranked football team was to minimize mistakes.
It would have been easy for No. 2 Arbor View to be distracted Friday night against Cimarron-Memorial with the week’s Homecoming activities and a Northwest League showdown at Centennial approaching.
After making quick work of Desert Oasis on Friday, the Centennial football team can now set its sights on next week’s showdown with undefeated Arbor View for the Northwest League title.
Chesnee Harding had 12 kills and five aces in the opener and 11 assists, five aces and two digs in the nightcap Friday as Lincoln County’s girls volleyball team swept visiting Needles, 25-12, 25-14 and 25-18, 25-17.
Fans of football teams in the Division I-A Sunset League spent Friday night scoreboard watching.
Ricardo Gonzalez and Sergio Anaya each scored a first-half goal Friday to help Western’s boys soccer team to a 2-0 win at Clark.
RENO – Considering how easily it came, it’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since Palo Verde won a girls state tennis championship.
Leading 8-4 after two rounds of the Division I-A state girls tennis final on Friday, Faith Lutheran appeared to finally be cruising to its first state title.
Darwin Rost knew Legacy’s football team wasn’t going to be some pushover opponent.
Spring Valley’s senior football players didn’t have much to get excited about during their first three seasons in the program.
Christina Beaver notched 49 assists, 16 digs and seven kills on Thursday, and teammate Olivia Stet added 16 kills and 12 digs to lead Foothill’s girls volleyball team to a 30-32, 25-13, 25-22, 25-22 victory over visiting Rancho.
RENO — No matter what route they take, the Palo Verde and Coronado boys tennis teams always seem to end up in the same place.
Adriana Guzman scored two second-half goals Thursday to help Tech’s girls soccer team secure the Sunrise League’s No. 1 seed for the Division I-A Southern Region playoffs with a 2-1 win at Sunrise Mountain.
RENO — Dominance has been a matter of routine this season for the Palo Verde girls tennis team.
Jose Arreola scored three goals Thursday as Sunrise Mountain’s boys soccer team inched closer to a Sunrise League title with a 4-1 win over Tech at Heritage Park.
The word “almost” is so closely attached to Faith Lutheran’s girls tennis team, it might as well be the team’s nickname.
Follow the link for the boys and girls soccer coaches polls, as compiled by Tech coach Josh Jones.