Faith Lutheran’s Elijah Kothe, a 6-foot-4-inch junior receiver, has six early scholarship offers and continues to draw attention from college recruiters this spring.
Bishop Gorman offensive lineman Jacob Isaia has logged 14 early scholarship offers and is attracting attention from schools nationwide this spring.
Tyler Tuiasosopo, 27, was hired by Western last month and provides instant name recognition for a team that hasn’t won a game on the field since 2010.
When Tico Rodriguez took over as Desert Pines football coach starting in 2013, he thought the Jaguars’ freshman class had a chance to be special.
Local athletes expected to sign a national letter of intent during the signing period, which runs Wednesday through April 1.
Here is the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2016 all-state boys soccer team.
The fifth annual Tarkanian Classic, which has become one of the nation’s preeminent holiday basketball events, opens Thursday with 12 showcase games at Bishop Gorman.
Follow the link for postseason boys soccer honors, as selected by coaches. All-league and all-region teams will be posted as they are received.
Coronado was unable to generate much offense against a well-organized Galena side, and the Cougars fell victim to two long-range strikes from Francisco Serrano in a 2-1 overtime loss at Bettye Wilson Park.
Western was the last team standing from the Southern Region, and was the last team standing from Class 3A before falling to Sparks 2-0 in the state title game at Bettye Wilson Park on Saturday.
Coronado senior Preston Judd scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Coronado past Durango 3-2, but was given a red card and must sit out Saturday’s state title game
Two second-half goals propelled the Warriors to a 2-0 win over North Tahoe at Bettye Wilson Park in the Class 3A state semifinals, and a berth in the state title game Saturday morning.
Jose Lopez wasn’t sure he was going to play after breaking his kneecap in July. Now he has led the Spring Valley boys soccer team within two wins of the state championship
Christopher Bramasco scored twice in the second half Tuesday to lift Durango’s boys soccer team to a 2-0 victory over Valley at Faith Lutheran.