Fielder decided to take a break this week and concentrate on eating leftover turkey, so you’ve got me, Eric.
He doesn’t want me to say this, but it’s really because his picks last week were um, well, unappetizing.
Football rivalries reach a fever pitch of intensity when two teams who dislike each other meet on the biggest stage.
Few high school football rivalries generate the hoopla of a Bishop Gorman-Palo Verde showdown.
Football rankings often stir passionate debate, from the double standards of the Bowl Championship Series to Moapa Valley being unranked in the Southern Nevada Football Coaches Poll.
Few topics on the local prep sports scene have been as divisive as realignment.
Some coaches expressed concern over playing in certain divisions, and parents did what parents do by complaining.
Prep football players wandering around a campus parking lot at 11:20 p.m. on a school night asking for a ride doesn’t seem like an ideal situation.
Football rivalry week has arrived in Southern Nevada, which, you guessed it, means Virgin Valley faces Moapa Valley tonight.
A new high school basketball factory was in the news this week.
Some unbelievable things happen in high school football, especially in Southern Nevada. The proof is in The Astonishing Tales of Fielder from last week’s games.
Southern Nevada high school football teams actively are seeking players who can tackle.
Ideal candidates must be able to fly to the ball, wrap up and drive down the ball carrier.
Basement bloggers and Internet scouts everywhere are ranking football teams these days, so I figured I’d join them.
Centennial’s football team gained a measure of revenge with its 24-20 victory over Palo Verde last week.
Southern Nevada has enough high school football talent to create an all-star team filled with future college players.
But it might be more fun to put together a local all-name team. Eat your heart out, Mr. Public Address Announcer.
A high school basketball player had a question for an acquaintance as they walked toward Bishop Gorman High’s gym for the Las Vegas Fab 48 tournament in July.
I finished my final exams, and I think I did pretty well. Not on the questions, but on the diagram of next year’s Division I and Division IA realignment I drew on the back of the Scantron.