Liberty’s Jacob Klein didn’t have his best pitching outing last week in a nonconference game with Bishop Gorman, so the junior right-hander was champing at the bit to get back on the mound.
Daniel Edson’s single to right field with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning Monday plated Grant Robbins with the winning run as Bishop Gorman’s baseball team rallied past visiting Palo Verde, 6-5.
Marisa Olmos’ single to center field with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning plated Cali Christopher with the winning run Monday as host Liberty’s softball team won the Southeast League title with a 7-6 win over Silverado.
Sam Buckels put down 22 kills, and Kaneen Manuel added 16 kills Monday as host Arbor View’s boys volleyball team outlasted Bonanza, 25-23, 25-21, 22-25, 20-25, 15-7 in a battle for first place in the Northwest League.
Christian James and Anthony Lalli each shot a 1-under-par 35 at Bear’s Best on Monday to lead Bishop Gorman’s boys golf team to a 187-201 win over Faith Lutheran.
Nearly every school has the high-performing student. The one who hopes to be an engineer, a doctor or a lawyer and carries the high grade-point average in honors classes while still managing to do community service on the side.
Sami Dillow won two individual events at Heritage on Saturday to help Foothill’s girls swimming team to a 170-102 win over Rancho.
Michael Velazquez set two school records Saturday and helped Green Valley’s boys swimming team to a 190-73 win over Valley at Multi-Generational.
Arbor View’s Nick Quintana doesn’t see many fastballs when he steps into the batter’s box, as most Southern Nevada pitchers have caught on to the all-state shortstop.
Chase Adams was 2-for-2 with a home run, a double and four RBIs Saturday to lead host Desert Oasis’ baseball team to a five-inning 11-0 win over Sierra Vista.
Samantha Taylor and Sabrina Saldate scored on a wild throw with two outs in the top of the eighth to Saturday lift Las Vegas High’s softball team to a 9-7 win at No. 6 Arbor View.
Frank Harris had a perfect day Saturday, winning four individual events at the Sunrise Region Freshmen-Sophomore boys meet at Green Valley.
Centennial’s baseball team plays its two biggest games of the season next week.
Tyler Baca went 4-for-4 with a double, three runs and two RBIs on Friday to help host Cimarron-Memorial’s baseball team outslug Silverado, 17-14.
Amanda Pryor tossed a seven-hitter and tripled, doubled and singled on Friday to help Pahrump Valley’s softball team to a 6-4 win over visiting Cheyenne.
Savon Scarver won one individual event and finished second in two others Friday to help host Centennial’s boys track team to victory in the Division I Sunset Region freshmen-sophomore track and field meet.
Bishop Gorman softball coach Kevin Smith probably wasn’t expecting an extra-inning game when his team took a 13-5 lead over Durango in the fourth inning Thursday, but the longtime coach settled for all the dramatics in a slugfest between league rivals.
Chris Opolka walked and came around to score the go-ahead run on an error with no outs in the top of the seventh inning as Shadow Ridge’s baseball team topped host Arbor View 13-8 on Thursday.
Skylar Gorrell tripled home the tying runs with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning and scored the winning run on Paulina Franco’s single as host Las Vegas High’s softball team rallied for a 9-8 win over Foothill on Thursday.
Lamont Traylor had 16 kills and three blocks, and Montef Hargrove added 11 kills and five blocks to help Rancho’s boys volleyball team defeat visiting Foothill, 25-17, 23-25, 25-22, 27-25 on Thursday.
Jalen Hodges shot a 1-under-par 35 at Anthem on Thursday to earn medalist honors and help Coronado boys golf team to a 198-206 win over Arbor View.
Follow the link for the latest boys volleyball coaches poll, as compiled by the coaches” association.
At some point in the near future, Vashti Cunningham and her dad are going to have the talk. It’s the one most two-sport athletes have with a parent when it’s time to decide their athletic future.
Pitching to keep alive his team’s hopes of a league title Wednesday, A.J. Landis insisted he felt no pressure.
Palo Verde’s boys volleyball team doesn’t have any Division I prospects on its 13-player roster. Nor do the Panthers have anyone taller than 6 feet, or someone physically intimidating at the net.