Sierra Vista players see the move to Division I-A as a positive and feel they”re poised to make a run at the playoffs.
Band of Brothers has been the motto for The Meadows football team all offseason.
Two years ago, Green Valley goalkeeper Kiyana Lopez was a freshman and had to watch senior goalie Nicole Dunn face Arbor View in the Division I state championship match, which was decided by penalty kicks.
The road to the 2013 state championship match was rough enough for Palo Verde’s girls volleyball team, but this year’s route promises to be a whole lot tougher.
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Findlay Prep senior forward Horace Spencer, who was a top recruiting priority for UNLV, made an oral commitment to Auburn on Sunday morning.
Las Vegas senior point guard Devon Colley made a nonbinding oral commitment to New Orleans on Saturday.
The first test for the nation’s No. 1 high school football team didn’t turn out to be much of a test at all.
Bishop Gorman”;s football practices are intense, fast-paced and carefully scripted. The goal for the No. 1 Gaels? Practice so hard that Friday nights feel like a breeze.
Bishop Gorman’s football team has chased some of the toughest competition in the country in recent years.
Nevadapreps.com has started posting preseason capsule information for fall sports teams.
The defending Division I-A state champions are using a helmet cover designed to help reduce the impact players feel upon contact. The Crusaders will wear them during practices this season but not in games.
Tyrone Armstrong doesn’t shy away from wearing a thick, green sweater and knee-high socks in 95 degree weather.
Blake Vierra’s sacrifice fly with one out in the bottom of the 11th inning Monday lifted Chico (Calif.) to a 7-6 win over Rancho in the championship game of the American Legion Western Regional in Surprise, Ariz.
Chico (Calif.) scored five runs in the top of the first inning Sunday and never looked back in a 15-1 rout of Rancho in the American Legion Western Regional in Surprise, Ariz.
Jose Verdugo kept finding himself in clutch situations Saturday night.
Andrew Wieger struck out five in a complete-game effort Friday to lift Rancho to a 7-5 win over Tucson (Ariz.) Post 7 in the second round of the American Legion Western Regional in Surprise, Ariz.
David Modler went 2-for-5 with a double, three runs and four RBIs on Thursday to lead Rancho to a 9-5 win over Pomona (Colo.) in the opening game of the American Legion Western Regional in Surprise, Ariz.
Tom Pletsch recalls the glory days of Rancho baseball, when players such as Marty Barrett, Mike Maddux, Perry Swanson and Mike Morgan helped the Rams win multiple state titles in the 1970s.
Between coaching, teaching and family obligations, Bishop Gorman baseball coach Nick Day knew something had to give.
Centennial boys basketball player Garrett Scheer was hearing from schools from several conferences.
It was at this time last year when I inquired of a Pac-12 basketball coach: “Where do you believe Chase Jeter ultimately lands?”
Chase Jeter, a 6-foot-10-inch power forward from Bishop Gorman High School, picked the Blue Devils over Arizona, UCLA and hometown UNLV Monday afternoon following the adidas Nations telecast on ESPNU.