Here are some of the top performances for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 2.
Here are the latest Nevada Preps girls basketball rankings.
Ben Gotz and Elaine Emerson go over which high school basketball games to look out for and what teams have a chance to make it to the playoffs.
Saipress Jones had 13 points Tuesday to lead Rancho’s girls basketball team to a 39-32 home win over Las Vegas High.
Desert Pines senior running back Jamel Brown is set to sign a national letter of intent to play for the University of Charlotte — four weeks after receiving the scholarship offer from the Conference USA program.
Taysia Tovia scored 20 points on Monday as Liberty’s girls basketball team earned a 62-57 double-overtime victory over visiting Green Valley.
Behind a huge night from senior Vashay Young, Shadow Ridge cruised to a 63-40 home win over Bonanza, setting a school record with its 18th win and securing just the team’s third winning record — and first since 2007-08 — in league games.
Kelsey Howryla scored 13 points Saturday to lead Faith Lutheran’s girls basketball team to a 49-38 road victory over Silverado.
Desert Oasis took advantage of a tightly officiated fourth quarter by converting 9 of 13 free throws to seal a 60-57 road victory over Bishop Gorman and take possession of first place in the Southwest League.
Julia Reid scored the game-winning basket as time expired Friday to lift Clark’s girls basketball team to a 37-35 win at Silverado.