Tate Martell had a hand in five touchdowns Saturday as Bishop Gorman rolled to a 84-8 win over Liberty at Sam Boyd Stadium to capture the Class 4A state championship.
Tate Martell put a cap on his storied prep career Saturday, accounting for five touchdowns — all in the first half — to lead Bishop Gorman to an 84-8 victory over Liberty in the Class 4A state final at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Bishop Gorman football coach Kenny Sanchez could have coached his last game at the school in Saturday’s 84-8 win overLiberty in the Class 4A state championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium.
With one statement tournament win, the Clark boys basketball team proved it belongs in Class 4A.
Hogan Fowles scored eight of his 12 points in the third quarter and provided a momentum-changing play Saturday as Virgin Valley’s boys basketball team captured the Lake Mead Holiday Classic title with a 50-40 win over West Wendover at Lake Mead Christian Academy.
Taiga Miyano scored 18 points on six 3-pointers Saturday to lead Desert Oasis’ boys basketball team to a 70-55 win over Palo Verde in the championship game of the Southwest Rotary Classic in Yuma, Arizona.
Centennial led for most of the first half, but the Bulldogs couldn’t hold on and lost 66-59 to Paul IV (Virginia), ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today.
Bishop Gorman is in line to be named national champion a third straight season, but to earn such a distinction, whatever it really means, the Gaels must beat Liberty at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Liberty (12-1) will get a chance at an upset when it takes on the seven-time defending state champion Gaels (14-0) in the Class 4A state football championship game 12:10 p.m. on Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Probable starters and statistics for Liberty and Bishop Gorman, who meet for the Class 4A state football championship at 12:10 p.m. on Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Centennial closed the second quarter on a 26-2 run and sprinted past Silverado 60-22 in the quarterfinals of the Legacy Tip-Off Classic.
Bishop Gorman could not hold a fourth-quarter lead and allowed two players to score at least 30 points in a Friday night home loss to Santa Margarita (Calif.), 83-78.
Centennial’s Justice Ethridge scored 28 points Friday as the Bulldogs’ girls basketball team used a strong second quarter to pull away from Christ the King (N.Y.) for a 78-55 win in their season opener in the Art Turner Memorial in Fairfax, Virginia.
Alexus Pohe rushed for 168 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries to lead Boulder City’s flag football team to a 19-0 road win over Basic on Friday.
Nearly 2½ years after the brash playmaker from California entered the program, Tate Martell is set to finish his illustrious prep career Saturday.
Durango went on an 11-0 third-quarter run to take control en route to a 66-55 win over the Wildcats in the Trailblazers’ season opener.
Legacy coach Jack Tarango sat all five of his starters midway through the third quarter, and the reserves carried the host Longhorns the rest of the way in a 53-42 victory over Canyon View (Utah) to open the Legacy Tip-Off Classic.
Geoff Faries connected on five 3-pointers and finished with 17 points as Basic’s boys basketball team held on for a 64-61 win over visiting Chaparral on Thursday.
Iymoni Burrell and Shania Harper each scored 18 points on Thursday to lead Sierra Vista’s girls basketball team to a 59-56 win over host Cimarron-Memorial.
Natalie Gennuso caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Sabrina Saldate with five seconds left in the game Thursday to lift host Las Vegas over Centennial 18-14.
Virgin Valley’s wrestling team recorded eight first-period pins on Thursday on the way to a 65-9 win over Moapa Valley in Overton.
Seven-time defending state champion Bishop Gorman and Liberty meet Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium in a rematch of last year’s Division I (now Class 4A) state title game that Gorman won 62-21.
Arbor View wrestling said if it could beat Green Valley for a state title last year it would be the “Miracle on the Mat.” After coming up short, the Aggies are shooting for it again in this season.
After going unbeaten in Northeast League play and advancing to the Sunrise Region semifinals last year, the Wildcats have embraced their coach’s attitude and are looking to take it a step further this season.
Desert Oasis’ Mikala Kirby scored 11 of her 15 points in the second half, and Desert Oasis forced 11 third-quarter turnovers to take control en route to a 62-44 victory at Foothill.
Steven Adeyemi scored 19 points Wednesday and Sunrise Mountain’s boys basketball team rallied for a 59-51 road win over Del Sol.
Kayla Harris and Alyssa Scott each had 14 points in Spring Valley’s 55-44 road win over Canyon Springs on Wednesday.
Kenadee Bailey had a touchdown run, a TD catch and returned an interception for a score Wednesday as Boulder City blanked Arbor View at home 25-0.
Team capsule previews as submitted by coaches.
Team capsule previews as submitted by coaches.
Nic Maccioni had 28 points and 20 rebounds to lead Faith Lutheran to a 71-64 road win over Sierra Vista in the season opener for both teams.
The 14-team Legacy Tip-Off Classic boys basketball tournament, featuring nine local teams, begins at 4 p.m. on Thursday. The championship game is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Saturday. All games will be held at Legacy High.
Las Vegas High’s Deondre Northey scored a game-high 24 points Tuesday to lead the Wildcats’ boys basketball team to a 70-67 overtime win over host Green Valley.
Temerity Bauer scored 15 points, and Green Valley’s girls basketball team rallied in the fourth quarter for a 61-57 victory over host Las Vegas High on Tuesday.
Nathan Rhoads recorded two pins and a major decision on Tuesday to lead Las Vegas High to home victories over Mojave, Foothill and Shadow Ridge.
Deborah Grant rushed for 177 yards and a touchdown on just 14 carries to lead Green Valley’s flag football team to a 25-18 win over visiting Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The Canyon Springs boys basketball team overcame a slow start and rode 28 points from senior Christopher Hawkins to a 73-64 victory over Cimarron-Memorial on Monday night.
Miguel Pena’s three-point play in the closing seconds gave Tech’s boys basketball team a 53-51 win over host Bonanza on Monday.
Yemiyah Morris had 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Canyon Springs girls basketball team to a 60-54 overtime win over visiting Cimarron-Memorial on Monday.
Madisyn McArthur had a hand in three touchdowns on Monday to lead Foothill’s flag football team to a 20-6 win over visiting Durango.