Last year Lincoln County was eliminated from the playoffs by Yerington. Saturday the teams meet in the Class 2A state semifinals in a matchup the Lynx have been waiting for.
Basic intercepted four passes and shut down Foothill en route to a 42-6 home win in the Sunrise Region semifinals.
After struggling for much of the first half, host Liberty finally got untracked offensively and rode a strong effort from its defense to a 37-6 victory over Silverado in the Class 4A Sunrise Region semifinals Thursday night.
Legacy star running back Samuel Turner was held to 45 rushing yards Thursday at Sierra Vista, but the Longhorns’ defense forced five turnovers to pave the way for a dominant, program-defining 53-21 win.
Tate Martell and Biaggio Ali Walsh ran for a combined 336 yards and seven touchdowns Thursday to lead Gorman’s football team to a 59-0 rout of visiting Palo Verde in a Class 4A Sunset Region quarterfinal game.
Faith Lutheran running back Christian Marshall ran for 203 yards and four touchdowns as the Crusaders breezed to a 43-6 victory over Bonanza in the Sunset Region quarterfinals Thursday night.
Behind an all-around effort — on offense, defense and special teams — the Aggies’ completed a 62-18 rout of Spring Valley at home in the Sunset Region quarterfinals on Thursday.
The Golden Eagles (7-2) are set to play Virginia City (10-0) in the Class 1A state semifinals at noon on Friday and are looking to cap a journey more than three months in the making.
Here’s who reviewjournal.com and nevadapreps.com readers selected as Nevada Preps football player of Week 11.
Everybody at my school is obsessed with the “Mannequin Challenge.” I decided to join the fun and do my version. Ready?
A late-season victory over Basic helped save the season for Foothill’s football team. The Falcons (6-4) face the Wolves (7-3) again at 7 p.m. Thursday at Basic, and this time a berth in the Sunrise Region final is on the line.
Here are the Nevada Preps Player of the Week nominees for Week 11 of high school football.
Here’s a look at what happened during Week 11 of the high school football season.
Legacy running back Samuel Turner set a single-season rushing record and led the Longhorns to a 49-14 victory over Shadow Ridge on Friday night.