Bishop Gorman’s football team has won eight consecutive state titles and three straight mythical national championships. But the Gaels are far from the only dynasty in Southern Nevada.
Follow the link for postseason boys golf honors, as selected by coaches. All-league and all-region teams will be posted as they are received.
Palo Verde posted a two-day score of 788 at the Class 4A boys state golf tournament to hold off Bishop Manogue, which placed second at 796.
Lake Mead’s Nick Herrero birdied the 18th hole on Tuesday to give the Eagles a one-stroke victory over The Meadows in the Class 2A state golf tournament at Eagle Valley’s West Golf Course in Carson City.
Jack Trent, the two-time defending state champion from Palo Verde shot 2-under-par 70 to tie for the lead after the first day of the Class 4A State Boys Golf Championship at Toiyabe Golf Club.
Pahrump Valley’s Austen Ancell shot 3-under over the final five holes Monday to finish with a 6-over-par 77 and place second overall and top among Southern Nevada boys golfers after the first day of the Class 3A state tournament at Spring Creek.
Coronado sophomore Dylan Fritz will look to continue his hot play during the Class 4A state tournament that takes place Monday and Tuesday at Toiyabe Golf Club in Washoe Valley.
Pahrump Valley senior Austen Ancell built enough of an advantage to overcome a double-bogey on his final hole to clinch the individual Class 3A Southern Region title Wednesday at Boulder Creek with a final score of 2-under-par 71.
Paced by medalist Dylan Fritz, Coronado overcame difficult playing conditions Tuesday at Reflection Bay Golf Club to capture its fourth consecutive Class 4A Sunrise Region boys title.
Lake Mead’s boys golf team had four of the top eight finishers Tuesday and won the Class 2A Southern Region title at Reflection Bay Golf Club.