Here is the latest Southern Nevada football coaches poll.
Preseason capsule information for the area’s girls golf teams, as submitted by coaches.
Preseason capsule information for the area’s boys cross-country teams, as submitted by coaches.
Preseason capsule information for the area’s girls cross-country teams, as submitted by coaches.
Desert Pines senior quarterback Marckell Grayson, a UNLV commit, suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during last week’s 44-41 victory over Centennial and will miss the remainder of the season, Jaguars coach Tico Rodriguez said Tuesday.
Whittnee Nihipali had 28 kills and 21 digs Tuesday as host Shadow Ridge held on to defeat Bishop Gorman, 25-20, 25-21, 27-29, 22-25, 19-17.
Tehani Tapuala had 20 assists Tuesday to lead the Liberty girls volleyball to a 25-6, 25-6, 25-15 victory over Eldorado.
Arbor View junior goalkeeper Haylee Niemann made four saves Tuesday and set the state record for career shutouts as the Aggies’ girls soccer team blanked visiting Desert Oasis 9-0.
Stefano Villagomez scored with eight minutes left in the game Tuesday to lift Sierra Vista’s boys soccer team to a 1-0 victory over host Virgin Valley in Mesquite.
Arbor View’s girls tennis team won a tiebreaker 4-2 on Tuesday to earn a 10-9 road win over Shadow Ridge.
Kevin Blomquist went 3-0 in singles Tuesday as Liberty’s boys tennis team edged visiting Basic, 10-8.
Annick Haczkiewicz shot 1-under-par 71 Tuesday to lead Palo Verde’s girls golf team to victory in a Northwest League Match at Palm Valley.
Thanks to Durango’s stifling defense – and a little bit of luck – the Trailblazers were able to claim the 2016 Southern Nevada Kick-off Classic crown with a 3-0 win over Chaparral.
Bishop Gorman moved back to No. 1 in USA Today’s latest national rankings, which were released on Monday.
Desert Pines goalkeeper Gregory Soto saved a penalty kick late in the game to preserve the lead and the Jaguars topped host Bishop Gorman 2-1 on Monday.
Marcella Brooks had two goals to lead the Centennial girls soccer team to a 3-2 victory at Coronado.
Ava Bailey won only one match for the Bishop Gorman girls tennis, but it was to seal the meet and give her team the 10-8 victory over Faith Lutheran.
Jade Halverson and Valerie Martin combined for 15 aces as Liberty Baptist girls volleyball team swept Somerset-Losee, 3-0.
Here is a look at some of this week’s top high school sports matchups.
Bishop Gorman punched a hole in Texas’ proud high school football reputation with a 44-14 dismantling of Cedar Hill on Saturday night in a nationally televised season opener before an overflow crowd of10,000 at Longhorn Stadium.
The arms race that has become an ocean the size of the Pacific in terms of opulence and luxury and extreme indulgence when it comes to facilities used to entice the egos of 18-year-olds has no foreseeable ending. It’s a war of dollar signs waged between the nation’s largest athletic departments within Power 5 conferences.
Social media has taken on an integral role in recruiting, as college coaches find creative ways to communicate with prospects and promote their program.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh shook up the world of college football recruiting this summer with his unprecedented 39-stop, 22-city satellite camp tour that landed at Chaparral High School in late June and included an appearance in Australia.
A look at the top gimmicks college coaches use to lure recruits.
Here’s a look at what happened during Week 1 of the high school football season.
Aaron McAllister threw five touchdown passes, and Frank Harris scored four touchdowns on Saturday as Basic’s football team topped Taylorsville (Utah) 55-48 in Orem, Utah.
Green Valley lost to Central (California), 27-25, 25-19, in the gold bracket semifinals at Las Vegas High on Saturday, but finished as the top Southern Nevada school in the 38-team Las Vegas Invitational after winning seven of eight matches.
Paolo Sarnataro made eight saves Saturday to lead Durango’s boys soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Centennial in the semifinals of the Southern Nevada Kick-Off Classic at Green Valley.
Arlie Jones and Hannah Borgel each had a goal and an assist on Saturday to lead Bishop Gorman’s girls soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Galena in the championship game of the Howell Memorial Tournament in Reno.
Zach Smith and Donovan Evangelio went 2-0 in doubles Saturday to lead Faith Lutheran’s boys tennis team to a 12-6 victory over Desert Pines at Darling Tennis Center.
Pahranagat Valley rolled to a 54-8 victory over Wells on Friday night in Alamo for its 94th consecutive victory, a national record for eight-man football. The Panthers led 46-0 at halftime.
Kenyon Oblad threw four touchdowns, and host Liberty overcame a series of miscues to outlast Arbor View 27-23 in a battle between two of the area’s top teams.
Turner Klingenmeier made a 25-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter to give Desert Pines a 44-41 victory over Centennial.
Elijah Hicks didn’t seem to mind the slippery conditions, as he scored three touchdowns to help Las Vegas regain control en route to a 28-7 road victory in both teams’ season opener.
Senior Blake Wilson rushed for 202 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries, and Foothill rolled to a 49-6 victory at Cheyenne on Friday, with much of the credit going to a veteran line that engineered more than 400 yards of offense.
Sierra Vista turned three Moapa Valley turnovers into touchdowns as the Mountain Lions started 2016 with a 21-12 victory.
Diamonte Burton threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Lazarus Kyle with 19 seconds left in the second quarter for only the score of the game Friday, as Canyon Springs’ football team blanked host Coronado 6-0 in the season opener for both teams.
Waianae threw for two scores and ran for a third, all in the first half, to lead the host Gators to a season-opening 21-8 victory over Desert Oasis.
The Skyhawks struck in the final minute of the second quarter to put the first points of the game on the scoreboard, converted a two-point pass, and let the defense do the rest in a season-opening, non-conference victory over Mohave, 21-0.
Most college coaches recruit mostly through AAU, club and travel teams rather than high schools. Several factors have shut high school coaches out of the process.