The Panthers return 13 lettermen from last year’s state championship team.
In their first year as an NIAA member, the Eagles are hoping to make a splash.
The first stop for Findlay Prep’s boys basketball team was Arizona before it headed to Hawaii. After a two-week break for the holidays, it was on to West Virginia and then Missouri.
Bishop Gorman finished No. 1 in the final USA Today Super 25 football rankings released Monday and was crowned mythical national champions for the third consecutive season.
Green Valley’s Brock Hershberger is relishing his opportunity to participate in the 45th edition of the West Charleston Lions Club Charity All-Star Football Game that benefits numerous local charities.
Damonte Ranch (12-1) unseated powerhouse Reed last week to capture its first Class 4A Northern Region title and takes on Liberty in the state semifinals at 1:15 p.m. Saturday at McQueen High in Reno.
Christian Marshall returned to running back after being injured in a season-opening loss and will carry a streak of five consecutive games with at least 100 rushing yards into Friday’s Class 4A Sunset Region semifinal against top-ranked Bishop Gorman.
Bishop Gorman’s Abbey Archambault, a 6-foot senior outside hitter/middle blocker, signed a letter of intent with Idaho State during a ceremony in Gorman’s gymnasium attended by more than 100 friends and family. Wednesday was the first day of the early signing period.
The NCAA’s proposal this month to add two early signing periods for football recruits drew mixed reaction from college coaches. Local high school coaches also were split, seeing pros and cons to the possible changes.
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Shadow Ridge junior Aubrey Nellems sat out last Friday’s 45-6 loss to Arbor View for religious reasons.
Here are the Nevada Preps Player Of The Week nominees for Week 4 of Nevada high school football.
Centennial’s Savon Scarver entered the season projected to be one of the area’s top playmakers and hasn’t disappointed through the first two games,attracting the attention of a handful of Mountain West schools in the process.