A list of every player that was selected to one of the Review-Journal’s 2015 fall all-state teams and is expected to return this upcoming season.
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 junior Karina Haymore won the Division I state cross country title, then posted the state’s fastest times in the 800- and 1,600-meter runs in track. She was Review-Journal’s Female Athlete of the Year.
A look at the Review-Journal’s Athletes of the Year from the fall season.
Markus Howard and O'Shae Brissett are each ranked as top boys basketball prospects in the class of 2017.
Troy Brown Jr.'s patience and ability to see two steps ahead on the basketball court have helped make him one of the nation's top prospects.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal's 2015 All-State Girls Cross Country team.
The start of the winter season for high school sports has begun. But at the Review-Journal, we're not done with fall sports season.
Centennial junior Karina Haymore won just two cross country meets all season. Fortunately for Haymore, the second win came in the biggest race of the year.
It's not difficult to find Ellen Hirsberg on a cross country course. She's the runner usually well out in front of everyone else.
Green Valley's girls hoped Friday would be their day. Even the Gators couldn't have expected anything quite this good.
Not many cross country fans expected Daniel Ziems to win the Division I Sunset Region meet Friday. The Palo Verde junior couldn't really blame them. He wasn't expecting it, either.
Runners in the boys Division I-A Southern Region cross country race got a good look at Chase Wood at the starting line Friday. It was the last many would see of him for the next 20 minutes.
Green Valley's Austin Rogers has been aiming all season long to run a 3.1-mile course in less than 16 minutes. The senior finally got his wish Saturday morning in a tune-up for the postseason.