No. 6 Basic (6-2, 3-1 Southeast League) hosts second-ranked Liberty (7-1, 4-0) at 7 p.m. Thursday with the Southeast League’s top playoff seed at stake. It is the final regular-season game for both teams.
I have my white Vans all cleaned up for my “Damn, Daniel” Halloween costume. But first, it’s my favorite week of the prep football season.
Here is the latest Southern Nevada Football coaches poll.
Green Valley’s Rachel Klopfer had 20 kills, nine digs and four blocks, and Anya Olsen added 16 kills as the Gators upset visiting Silverado, 10-25, 25-14, 31-33, 25-19, 15-9 on Wednesday.
Green Valley’s boys soccer team scored three goals in the second half Wednesday to overcome a 1-0 halftime deficit and beat host Silverado, 3-2.
Yudi Alvarez scored a second-half goal to break a scoreless tie and lift Tech’s girls soccer team to a 1-0 home win over Moapa Valley on Wednesday.
A look at some of the top performances for the week of Oct. 17-22.
The NCAA’s proposal this month to add two early signing periods for football recruits drew mixed reaction from college coaches. Local high school coaches also were split, seeing pros and cons to the possible changes.
Palo Verde beat Faith Lutheran 25-17, 25-23, 25-20, 25-18 for sole possession of second place in the Northwest League.
Kiara Brown had five kills and 13 aces, and Gabriella Morales added seven kills and four aces Tuesday as Valley’s girls volleyball team rallied from a two-set deficit to down host Eldorado, 17-25, 15-25, 26-24, 25-16, 15-12.
George Balcazar and Dresdan Quackenbush each had a goal and an assist Tuesday to help Cimarron-Memorial’s boys soccer team lock up the Northwest League title with a 3-1 win over visiting Shadow Ridge.
Isel Acosta had a goal and an assist, and Cheyenne’s girls soccer team moved into second place in the Class 3A Sunset League with a 2-0 victory over host Pahrump Valley on Tuesday.
The latest Southern Nevada soccer coaches polls, compiled by Tech coach Josh Jones.
Tavin Hays finished with a hat trick, and Hannah Borgel added two goals and an assist as each player capped their final home goal in style and led Bishop Gorman’s girls soccer team to a 5-1 win over Desert Oasis in a battle of top Southwest League teams.
The Sunrise Region and Class 2A and 1A Southern Regions finish up their regular season Thursday, but plenty of shuffling still could take place as teams try to grab postseason seeds.
Here are the Nevada Preps Player of the Week nominees for Week 9 of high school football.
Rachel Klopfer had 10 kills and 12 digs Monday to power the Green Valley girls volleyball team past Basic, 25-18, 25-9, 25-19.
Kapono Maruyama scored midway through the first half, and Foothill’s boys soccer team held on for a 1-0 home win over Coronado on Monday.
Halle Watson and Savannah Villanueva each scored a goal for the Spring Valley girls soccer team Monday as the Grizzlies blanked Durango 2-0.
Here are the playoff schedules (when complete) and results (when available) for the region and state football playoffs.
Here is a look at some of this week’s top high school sporting events.
Audrey Boch-Collins of Clark, Ben Gajardo of Desert Oasis, Mike Safbom and Brandon Sulzberg of Palo Verde, and and Emma Figuerdo and Angelique Friedrich of Bishop Gorman all won state championships Saturday to provide a clean sweep for the Sunset Region.
Legacy won its own six-team tournament with a 19-25, 25-17, 15-10 over Moapa Valley in the championship final on Saturday afternoon.
Anuja Daulat knocked off her childhood friend and teammate from The Meadows, Abbigail Klein, in the state championship match 6-1, 6-3 at Tahoe Tennis Center in Truckee, Calif.
Here’s a look at what happened during Week 9 of the high school football season.
The brackets for the Class 4A and Class 3A boys and girls singles and doubles tennis tournaments can be found here.
Sierra Vista forced a fumble and recovered inside the 5-yard line on the first play of the fourth quarter, leading to the team’s only touchdown and a 10-7 road victory over Durango.
Host Faith Lutheran forced five turnovers, including a 36-yard fumble return touchdown by Taimani McKenzie in the third quarter, and came away with a 37-6 victory.
No. 2 Liberty created five turnovers and held the No. 7 Skyhawks to a season-low in points in a 58-13 victory, keeping the team undefeated in Southeast League play.
Jacob Leavitt rushed for 191 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries Friday to help Moapa Valley’s football team rally for a 53-40 road win over Chaparral.
Cheyenne’s Deriontae Green accounted for more than 300 yard of total offense and the Desert Shields beat Sunrise Mountain 52-49.
Jordan Wilson completed 20 of 28 passes for 292 yards and three TDs Friday to lead Foothill’s football team to a 37-35 home victory over fourth-ranked Basic.
Zach Matlock led four first-quarter touchdowns Friday as Las Vegas High’s football team won the annual rivalry against visiting Rancho for the 21st consecutive season with a 51-0 victory.
Diamante Burton, who started at quarterback in Canyon Springs’ first seven games of the season, returned to his natural tailback position Friday and ran for 120 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries to lead the Pioneers to a 42-0 rout of Eldorado.
Julian Hulse rushed for 152 yards and three touchdowns and Christian Mayberry — a wide receiver turned quarterback — threw for two scores as Green Valley kept its postseason hopes alive with a 35-17 win over host Coronado 35-17 on Friday night.
Davis Waid and Brandon Sulzberg went 3-0 in doubles play Friday to lead Palo Verde’s boys tennis team to a 13-5 win over Reno in the 4A state final at the Caughlin Athletic Club.
Palo Verde’s girls tennis team defeated Coronado 13-5 on Friday afternoon at the Caughlin Athletic Club to complete an undefeated season with a three-peat.
The Meadows’ Daniel Pereira — the team’s No. 3 singles player — upset Boulder City’s Breton Erlanger 6-1 in the second round Friday to break a tie, remove a potential tiebreaker and help the Mustangs capture their first state title with a 10-8 win over the Eagles.
Lake Mead scored on its first six offensive possessions and routed Mountain View on the Saints’ senior day, albeit with some controversy.
Pahrump Valley’s Alexis Trieb had 14 kills and Jackie Stobbe had three aces as the Trojans took down Spring Valley 25-15, 26-27, 15-11 in the Longhorn Invitational.