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.
Things got interesting toward the end of the third quarter of the Division I boys state basketball championship game Friday night at Orleans Arena.
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.
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.
Faith Lutheran girls basketball coach Jennifer Karner knows defense plays a huge part in all successful teams. That’s the reason she’s constantly pleading for tough, on-ball pressure.
Jake Epstein led a balanced scoring attack with 16 points, and The Meadows boys basketball team held off a furious rally by Yerington to earn a 52-50 win in a Division III state semifinal at Sunrise Mountain on Friday.
Needles girls basketball team didn’t exactly have one of its best offensive days Friday.
Spring Mountain’s boys basketball team has never won a state championship.
With 90 seconds left in the Division IV state semifinal, Pahranagat Valley senior Jamie Hansen was sprawled out on a chair on her team’s bench, five seats away from anyone else.