Bonanza baseball coach Mike O’Rourke saw only flashes of his team’s potential during its two scrimmages.
Basic’s Tanner Roundy tossed a no-hitter with eight strikeouts and a walk to lead the Wolves to a 6-0 win over Sierra Vista in the Lions Kick-Off Tournament at Centennial on Thursday.
Tea Rivera scored on Gabi Burgara’s grounder to second with no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning Thursday to lift Canyon Springs’ softball team to a 6-5 home win over Chaparral.
Quinn Peterson had 12 kills, nine digs and four blocks on Thursday to lead Shadow Ridge’s boys volleyball team to a 16-25, 25-16, 26-24, 25-22 home win over Foothill.
J.R. Tuls shot a 2-over-par 38 at Canyon Gate on Thursday to lead Faith Lutheran’s boys golf team to a 201-220 win over Shadow Ridge.
The Aggies were the Northwest League”s No. 1 playoff seed last season but went 1-2, including a 21-7 loss to Palo Verde in the Sunset Region tournament that ended their season. Led by all-state shortstop Nick Quintana, Arbor View has high hopes for this season.
Sarah Pinkston was a second-team All-Nevada selection as a freshman at Shadow Ridge, but missed her sophomore season after back surgery. Amazingly, just less than 13 months after surgery, she”s back in the circle and hoping to lead Coronado to a Southeast League title.
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Agassi Prep coach Trevor Diggs knew he was getting a special player in Deishuan Booker when he first saw him in physical education class three years ago.
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Volleyball coach Erik Davis scours the Mojave campus looking for players and he found all 14 of his varsity players somewhere at the school. The Rattlers won last season”s Division I-A state championship.
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The picture that went out on social media last week caused a puff of smoke, but Findlay Prep boys basketball coach Andy Johnson insists there’s no fire.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association uses the Nevada Rubric to determine alignment for Division I and Division I-A schools in Southern Nevada.
Clark didn’t run a set play during the second half Saturday at Orleans Arena.
With its seemingly insurmountable lead fading away and its star player having already fouled out of the game Saturday night, Agassi Prep’s boys basketball team needed someone to save its perfect season.
Kayla Harris led Spring Valley in scoring during its one-loss regular season.
White Pine girls basketball coach Krystal Smith hung up the phone after receiving a congratulatory phone call and then milled around the Orleans Arena court with her players for a couple of minutes.
Spring Mountain’s boys basketball players wanted to win a championship for their retiring coach, who wanted his players to have something to be proud of.
Pahranagat Valley guard Jamie Hansen didn’t see the court much in the second half because of foul trouble.
Gaels offensive linemen Jaron Caldwell and Julio Garcia made oral commitments to play football for UNLV.
She knew at the stop sign, like one does when the telephone rings in the middle of the night. Nothing ever good comes from that.
Things got interesting toward the end of the third quarter of the Division I boys state basketball championship game Friday night at Orleans Arena.
Veteran Centennial girls basketball coach Karen Weitz couldn’t have drawn up a better start Friday.
Desert Pines boys basketball coach Mike Uzan is quick to point out that his team spends most of its practice time working on defense.