Andy Johnson needed a point guard. The Findlay Prep boys basketball coach scoured the country this spring and ultimately zeroed in on a pass-first playmaker from Louisiana named Skylar Mays.
Nevadapreps.com has posted the winter sports schedules it has received for the 2015-16 school year.
Findlay Prep's boys basketball team was ranked No. 1 in USA Today's preseason top 25, which was released on Friday.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association last year quickly rebuffed a proposal to allow member schools to play in a postseason football bowl game. Fourteen months later, the NIAA is at least willing to reconsider a similar request.
Tyjon Lindsey's hearing is just fine. This is a noteworthy development considering the auditory beating he's received the past two months from Bishop Gorman teammate Tate Martell.
Findlay Prep junior Tristan Clark made an oral commitment to Baylor on Friday, announcing his decision on Twitter.
The Arbor View football program has become known in recent seasons for churning out talented offensive linemen. Senior Keenen King is the latest college prospect off the Aggies' assembly line.
Findlay Prep senior Carlos Johnson hopes to play in the NBA someday, a typical goal for a highly touted prospect. But he's unique in other ways.
Greg Rogers still is learning the ins and outs of recruiting, so the standout defensive lineman from Centennial didn't know that college coaches could begin contacting him and other members of the class of 2017 on Sept. 1. Luckily, Rogers found out just before his inbox was flooded.
Desert Pines junior small forward Trevon Abdullah gave an oral commitment to UNR on Thursday during an unofficial visit to the school.
Centennial guard Troy Brown and Findlay Prep small forward Justin Jackson were selected to the Under Armour Elite 24 basketball game to be held in Brooklyn on Saturday.
Even if he deserves it, it’s not important to Josh Jackson to be ranked the No. 1 high school basketball player in the nation.
Chuck O'Bannon averaged only seven points a game last season playing for the best high school basketball team in Nevada that featured two of the nation's top prospects and eight seniors. This left the 6-foot-5-inch, 195-pound swingman to stay under the radar. Not any longer.
One of eight children in a tight-knit family, Skylar Mays is not looking forward to leaving home. But he knew someday it would happen, and he would pack up and go away to college.