Rancho’s football team hasn’t had many things go its way in the past two seasons.
It was difficult not to notice Sydney Badger and Randall Cunningham.
Two prep coaches who started the programs at their schools have stepped down.
( Note: On Tuesday afternoon, the NIAA confirmed the point totals and league assignments first reported by the Review-Journal and Nevadapreps.com on Monday. The final numbers below are official.)
Liberty junior Noah Jefferson made a nonbinding oral commitment to Southern California on Thursday, Patriots football coach Rich Muraco said.
Follow the link for complete results of the recent SNFCA combine.
For fans of basketball recruiting, the next three months are the busiest time of the year. And the most exciting to follow.
Jerome Williams’ basketball mission has not changed. But he won’t be carrying it out at Findlay Prep.
Sherron Wilson almost signed with Southern Utah during the fall signing period in November.
Bishop Gorman believed its football team was practically banished from the Sollenberger Classic in 2012.
As many as four Clark County schools could be competing for state titles in a different division of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association next year. The NIAA”;s Board of Control approved moving up to four schools from Division I to Division I-A for the start of the 2014-15 school year.
Cue the Spaghetti Western music. A showdown on the track could be brewing.
As many as four Clark County School District schools could have new homes for their sports teams next year in the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association.
Roosevelt Smith knew there was more than a title on the line in the 182-pound final at the Division I state wrestling tournament.