HEAD OF THE CLASS: Gorman’s Jarrod Billig fires no-hitter in Lions Tournament


Athletes of the Week

Baseball

Jarrod Billig, Bishop Gorman

The senior fired a no-hitter in a 4-0 victory over La Costa Canyon (California) in the Lions Tournament in San Diego. Billig struck out three with one walk.

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Softball

Shea Clements and Alyssa Stanley, Shadow Ridge

The sophomores each hit three home runs in six games at the Spring Jamboree to help the Mustangs finish in third place.

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Boys Track

Randall Jubilee, Centennial

The junior finished second in the boys invitational 400-meter dash at the Mt. SAC relays in Walnut, California. He also was was on the winning 800 relay and 1,600 medley relay teams.

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Girls Track

Deborah Grant, Green Valley

The sophomore won the seeded girls 400-meter dash at the Mt. SAC relays in Walnut, California with a personal best time of 56.6 seconds.

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Boys Volleyball

Trevor Papock, Bishop Gorman

The junior setter totaled 29 kills, 10 aces, 11 blocks, 67 digs and 248 assists to help the Gaels finish eighth in the Las Vegas Easter Tournament. Gorman went 8-2 in the two-day tournament.

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Head of the Class

Cimarron-Memorial — Baseball player Nick Restifo threw a five-hit shutout with seven strikeouts in a 3-0 win over San Pedro (California) in the Blazer Spring Bash.

Liberty — Boys track athlete Corey Moore had a personal-record throw of 179 feet, 4 inches in the discus at the Arcadia (California) Invitational. He also had a mark of 50-4 for the shot put.

Pahrump Valley — Softball player Taylor Egan had a triple in an 11-5 win over Chaminade (California) in the Spring Jamboree.

Palo Verde — Softball player Makall Whetten batted .545 with three homers, three doubles, 12 runs and 12 RBIs to help the Panthers to a 5-1 record in the Spring Jamboree at Majestic Park. Boys volleyball player Chandler Juilfs led the Panthers to a 7-1 record in the Las Vegas Easter Tournament.

Shadow Ridge — Baseball player Jesse Meyer was 4-for-8 with four runs and four RBIs, and pitched a five-inning shutout in the Blazer Spring Bash. Girls swimmer Cassidy Ludwig placed 20th at the Mt. SAC Meet of Champions and set a school record in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 25.8 seconds.

Sierra Vista — Girls swimmer Madison Tellier won the 100-yard backstroke against Clark with a personal-best time of 1 minute, 10.66 seconds. Baseball player Alex Chavira pitched 11⅔ innings, allowing no earned runs and striking out 10, to pick up wins over Boulder City and Cimarron-Memorial.