Here is a recap of every team that won a state title during the 2015 fall sports season and will be looking to defend this upcoming season.
Centennial senior quarterback Jamaal Evans announced Sunday via Twitter that he was decommitting from UNR.
In the class of 2017, 13 Southern Nevada football players are considered three-star prospects by recruiting websites.
Former Green Valley wide receiver Marquez Powell will be on the Liberty football team this upcoming school year, coach Rich Muraco confirmed last week.
Ethan Dedeaux orally committed Sunday to play for the San Diego State Aztecs.
Biaggio Ali Walsh, who was named the Review-Journal’s Male Athlete of the Year on June 5, signed a modeling contract last week with Wilhelmina Models, an agency that represents stars such as Nick Jonas, Shawn Mendes and Demi Lovato.
Bishop Gorman’s football team was approved by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association on Wednesday to play an 11-game regular-season schedule.
As Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff prepared to embark on an unprecedented June tour of 39 satellite camps in 22 states, American Samoa and Australia, Alabama coach Nick Saban slammed the largely unregulated camps for turning college football into the “wild, wild West.”
Bishop Gorman cornerback Malik Hausman became the third local football player in the class of 2017 to orally commit to play for the Arizona Wildcats, joining Desert Pines teammates Tony Fields and Edgar Burrola.
Pahranagat Valley’s football team captured its eighth consecutive state title, running its winning streak to 93 games, matching a national record for the longest winning streak in eight-man football. The Panthers were the Review-Journal’s Team of the Year.
Bishop Gorman’s Biaggio Ali Walsh rushed for 33 touchdowns in helping the Gaels to a seventh consecutive state championship and a second straight No. 1 national ranking. He was the Review-Journal’s Male Athlete of the Year.
Richard Nelson endured a difficult upbringing, but was determined to earn an athletic scholarship. A three-sport standout, Nelson’s dream came true in February when he signed with Missouri State, and he earned the Review-Journal’s Courage Award.
A look at the Review-Journal’s Athletes of the Year from the fall season.
Bishop Gorman quarterback Tate Martell made an oral commitment to Ohio State on Sunday, announcing his decision via Twitter.