Pahranagat Valley sophomore Christian Higbee was the No. 5 pitcher in the Panthers’ rotation a season ago.
Boulder City golfer Luke Logan capped his impressive senior season by capturing a fourth consecutive region title on May 6 at Siena Golf Club.
Palo Verde boys golf coach Todd Steffenhagen knew sophomore Jack Trent was a special player from the moment the two met and played 18 holes last summer at TPC Las Vegas.
Boulder City’s Charlene Masterson isn’t a very talkative person.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association uses the Nevada Rubric to determine alignment for Division I and Division I-A schools in Southern Nevada.
Cimarron-Memorial senior shortstop Niko Decolati has been named the Division I Southern Nevada Player of the Year by area baseball coaches. He hit .411 with 10 home runs and 25 RBIs this season for the Spartans.
Legacy shortstop Hayden LeCates didn’t play on a premier team this season. The Longhorns won six games and missed the playoffs.
Coronado junior Basia Query has been named the Southeast League”s Most Valuable Player. She hit .452 with 12 doubles and 36 RBIs for the Cougars, who won the Southeast softball title. Query floated between catcher and shortstop, depending on where her team needed her.
Arbor View’s Haley Vicente had two goals and an assist Wednesday night to lead the Sunset team to a 5-0 victory over the Sunrise in the girls soccer senior all-star game at UNLV.
The Southern Nevada Baseball Coaches Association will be holding a pair of all-star games Wednesday at the College of Southern Nevada.
What happened to Bishop Gorman junior Vashti Cunningham on Saturday is the equivalent of Gordon Ramsay overcooking a steak.
Faith Lutheran’s Cayla Nikodemus came off the curve in the girls 200-meter dash Saturday and was exactly where she wanted to be.
CARSON CITY — Waiting to swim the anchor leg of the boys 400-yard freestyle relay, Logan Houck had nothing to do but watch as Palo Verde teammate David Miller opened a two-second lead in the final event of the Division I state swimming and diving championships Saturday at Carson City Aquatic Facility.
Trailing by four runs entering the bottom of the seventh inning, Bishop Gorman rallied to tie the game on Austin Cram”s two-out, two-run homer, then won it when Cadyn Grenier led off the bottom of the ninth with a homer to give the Gaels a 6-5 win over Green Valley in the Division I state baseball championship game.
Palo Verde falls short in its quest to win its second consecutive state softball title, losing to Reed 3-2 in eight innings Saturday in the Division I championship game. Reed won its first state title since 1998 and avenged a loss to the Panthers in last year”s final.