The Roadrunners return nine lettermen.
Quarterback Kenyon Oblad is back for a third season as a starter at Liberty, and receivers Ethan Dedeaux, Darion Acohido and Marquez Powell give him plenty of big-play threats.
Running back Elijah Hicks and linebacker Cruz Littlefield return to lead Las Vegas High, which should contend for the Northeast League title.
Centennial senior Troy Brown Jr. has been drawing interest from college basketball coaches since his freshman season, making for a hectic and longer-than-normal recruiting process.
Last year’s Sunrise Region champions graduated 14 seniors and hope to rebuild quickly.
Stetson Stallworth and JD Reynolds, sons of former UNLV football players, are hoping to make an impact on the NCAA Division II level.
The Diamondbacks return six lettermen and should contend for a playoff berth.
Much like the famous clothing company’s ability to enhance a wardrobe, Mountain View juniors Terrence and Tyrell Brooks have been integral in sprucing up the small school’s athletic look in their first two years of high school. The 16-year-old twins play three sports, including baseball when called upon, and are two of the most recognizable athletes in the Class 2A Southern League.
The Diamondbacks are rebuilding after losing seven seniors.
Laughlin will lean heavily on Coda Abatti on both sides of the ball as the Cougars try to turn the corner in coach Walt Hemingway’s second season.
Inexperienced Beaver Dam football team in rebuilding mode.
The Roadrunners return six starters from a team that advanced to the Division I-A state title match last year.
The Roadrunners return a potentially potent offense.
Quarterback Jack Berkley returns and hopes to lead The Meadows on another playoff run.
Moapa Valley returns only senior center Cameron Larsen to the offense and just four starters to the defense. In all, 10 lettermen will be back from last season’s squad that dropped the state title game to Churchill County 34-27.