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.
A look at the Review-Journal’s Athletes of the Year from the fall season.
Legacy volleyball coach Ray Lewis said this week he will step down at the end of the boys’ season and will make the jump to coaching at the collegiate level.
Faith Lutheran’s Kyle Poser occupies a rare position in high school baseball as his team’s closer.
The spring signing period for NCAA Division I and II schools starts Wednesday, and, unlike most years, it is expected to be quiet locally.
Bishop Jones and Alex Sims each signed a national letter of intent with Southern Utah on Wednesday, the first day recruits can make their commitments binding. They were two of 10 Arbor View athletes who signed during a morning ceremony in the school's gym in front of more than 50 friends and family members.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal's 2015 All-State Girls Volleyball 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.
Jeremiah Pritchard had a few regrets after the completion of the Silverado football season.
Faith Lutheran junior Elizabeth Tuls wasn't having the match she had hoped for after the first four sets of the Division I-A state volleyball final on Saturday.
Like any good teacher, Matt Johnson gave his students a series of challenges to help prepare them for the final exam.
One of the strengths of Pahranagat Valley's girls volleyball team this season is its ability to close out sets with a flourish. But it was the Panthers' inability to polish off Smith Valley that cost them Saturday.
Coronado's girls volleyball team has been the best in Division I for the past two years. On Saturday, they'll try to run that streak to three.
Faith Lutheran's volleyball team came out with some jitters Friday night. Though from the final score, it was hard to tell.