Follow the link for postseason boys volleyball honors, as selected by coaches. All-league and all-region teams will be posted as they are received.
The area’s top senior boys basketball players will face off in the Senior All-Star game at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Foothill High.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association uses the Nevada Rubric to determine alignment for the two largest-school classifications in Southern Nevada. The final unofficial point totals for this rubric cycle have been tabulated.
The Skyhawks seemingly contend for a state team title every five years, and Saturday was no different as they overcame injuries and wintry conditions to claim the championship at the Division I state track and field meet at Carson High.
Desert Pines capped the Division I-A state track and field meet in style Saturday at chilly Carson High, lowering its own meet record in the 1,600 relay on the way to the school’s first team title.
The Panthers took control early, with both teams cruising to victories. It was the second consecutive state title for the girls and the fourth straight for the boys.
Basic scored five runs in the bottom of the first inning and rolled to a 9-1 win over Centennial for the Division I state championship at Bishop Manogue High.
Spanish Springs’ Cami Moore belted a pinch-hit two-run homer to left field to lift the Cougars to a 2-1 win over the Rancho at UNR’s Hixson Park and to their fourth state title in 10 years.
Vivian Quiroz-Montano looped a two-out RBI single into short left-center field to score Michaela Hood with the winning run in the ninth inning of Spring Valley’s 6-5 victory over Boulder City in the Division I-A state softball championship game at UNR’s Hixson Park.
Pershing County finished with a combined 29 hits in two games, and the Mustangs knocked off the two-time defending Division III state champion Lincoln County 7-5 in the second game of the state final at Shadow Mountain in Sparks.
Boulder City’s boys made it somewhat interesting by scoring 110 points to defeat second-place Sierra Vista by 25 points. But the girls dominated throughout, scoring 156 points to easily get past second-place Truckee, which finished with 111 points. It was the sixth consecutive championship for the Eagles’ boys and the fourth straight for the girls.
Peyton Koopman crushed a 2-and-0 pitch for a walk-off, two-run homer to give Boulder City a 4-3 win over Sierra Vista for the Division I-A state baseball title at Bishop Manogue High.
McClain O’Connor, Nick Vincent and Mike Wood combined on a two-hitter, and O’Connor scored three runs in a 6-1 win over the Lions in the second game of the state final at Wooster High in Reno on Saturday.
Pahranagat Valley got two strong pitching performances by sophomore Ashlyn Wadsworth, and used a small-ball approach in the second game to beat Wells 3-2 for the Division IV state title at Shadow Mountain in Sparks. It was the school’s fourth consecutive state championship.
Christian Higbee threw a six-hitter with three strikeouts, and Pahranagat Valley scored six runs in the sixth inning en route to an 11-1, six-inning victory over Wells in the Division IV state final at Wooster High in Reno.