Green Valley’s girls basketball team certainly won’t grab your attention with height. The Gators’ tallest player is 5 feet 8 inches.
Dan Diaz recorded a pin at 113 pounds in 1 minute, 34 seconds on Wednesday to help host Spring Valley’s wrestling team to a 54-22 win over Sierra Vista.
Josh Villaros poured in 33 points Wednesday to help Basic’s boys basketball team rally for a 73-69 home win over Eldorado.
Taylor Turney made 1 of 2 free throws with five seconds left Wednesday to help Foothill’s girls basketball team edge visiting Rancho, 53-52.
Heaven Lucero’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Katie Downs in the second overtime Wednesday lifted host Coronado’s flag football team to a 13-7 win over Chaparral.
Jamal Richards rolled a 300 game Wednesday at The Orleans to help Las Vegas High’s boys bowling team open the Sunrise Region tournament with a 7-2 win over Eldorado.
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Bishop Gorman’s boys basketball program had one McDonald’s All American in the school’s history.
It’s no secret that Spring Valley’s girls basketball team relies heavily on the contributions of freshmen Kayla Harris and Essence Booker.
Derek Morefield didn’t receive any interest from Division I schools during his senior season at Cimarron-Memorial. Next week, he is expected to sign a letter of intent to play football at Navy.
Grant Dressler poured in 29 points, and Palo Verde’s boys basketball team nailed four straight free throws in the final minute to edge visiting Durango 79-75 on Tuesday.
Sunrise Mountain’s Nina Carpenter scored 15 points Tuesday and the Miners withstood a fourth-quarter rally to hang on for a 37-34 road win at Desert Pines.
Bonanza’s wrestling team won four matches by pin on Tuesday to top Eldorado in a match at Rancho High.