Two big plays accounted for all of Arbor View’s offense during the first half Thursday night.
If there was a way to rate how badly the first quarter went for Liberty on Thursday, it would fall somewhere between catastrophic and disastrous.
Palo Verde’s football team was fired up as it took the field Thursday night to face top-ranked Bishop Gorman.
If defense wins championships, Sierra Vista made a powerful statement Thursday in the first round of the Division I-A playoffs.
Foothill football coach Marty Redmond entered Thursday’s game at Green Valley knowing his team needed to win by at least 10 points to earn a home game in the Division I Sunrise Region playoffs.
Last season, Desert Pines opened up a 20-6 lead over Faith Lutheran in the Division I-A football playoffs, but couldn’t sustain the lead and eventually lost in overtime.
Hannah Goddard had 16 kills, and Sarah Goddard added 14 kills Thursday to help Arbor View’s girls volleyball team win its first league title with a 25-22, 25-17, 25-14 win over visiting Bonanza in a battle of the top two teams in the Northwest League.
Sunrise Region girls cross country runners got a good look at Karina Haymore at the starting line Thursday.
Dajour Braxton was awarded the No. 1 racing bib by meet director John Dixon before Thursday’s Division I Sunset Region meet at Sunset Park.
Manuel Ponce’s first-half goal Thursday allowed Bonanza’s boys soccer team to wrap up second place in the Northwest League with a 1-0 win over visiting Arbor View.
Vanessa Rendon’s second-half goal Thursday helped Clark’s girls soccer team earn the Sunset League’s No. 3 seed for the Division I-A Southern Region playoffs with a 1-1 tie against visiting Spring Valley.
Herman Gray spent his first two seasons in Arbor View’s football program sharing carries in the team’s loaded backfield.
Funny. Darwin Rost remembers most the previous season. The closing minutes of a Sunset Regional championship in 2007. The touchdown pass with 23 seconds remaining. The bitter taste that a 24-20 loss left in the mouths of his players.
Call it brilliant planning. Call it good fortune. Whatever the reason, this week’s prep football schedule couldn’t have worked out better.
Maggie Roe had 10 kills, and Tara Cox dished out 25 assists Wednesday to help Boulder City’s girls volleyball team clinch the Sunrise League title with a 17-25, 25-23, 25-10, 25-16 win over visiting Moapa Valley.
Macee Barlow scored three goals Wednesday as Palo Verde’s girls soccer team captured the Southwest League title by topping visiting Legacy, 3-0.
Green Valley’s Austin Rogers was a baseball player when he started high school two years ago.
Enrique Pedraza and Raciel Jimenez-Vasquez each scored a goal Wednesday to help Sunrise Mountain’s boys soccer team secure the Sunrise League title with a 3-0 win over visiting Chaparral.
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Green Valley football coach Brian Castro and his staff met this week intending to figure out the Division I Sunrise Region playoff scenarios.
Sydney Berenyi had 21 kills and 14 digs Tuesday as Silverado’s girls volleyball team won the Northeast League title by downing host Las Vegas, 25-21, 25-17, 19-25, 25-20.
Martin Vasquez scored two goals Tuesday to help Western’s boys soccer team secure the Division I-A Sunset League title with a 4-0 home win over Faith Lutheran.
Miriam Jimenez-Carrillo scored three goals Tuesday to lead Valley’s girls soccer team to a 4-0 home win over Silverado.
Carolyn Andrulis had 10 kills, five aces and nine digs Monday as Coronado’s girls volleyball team secured the Southeast League title with a 25-15, 25-5, 25-18 sweep of host Foothill.