Palo Verde’s girls swimming and diving team won its third consecutive 4A state championship Saturday at the Carson Aquatic Facility, while the boys team won its fifth consecutive title with not nearly as much drama or challenge.
The Boulder City boys and girls teams each won titles at the 3A state swimming and diving championships Saturday at the Carson Aquatic Center.
Palo Verde has won 10 state championships between its boys and girls teams since 2008 and should contend again this year.
The Cougars led the way on the scoreboard in both the boys’ and girls’ meets to clinch a pair of Sunrise Regional titles at UNLV.
Palo Verde swim rolled Saturday, as both its boys and girls swim teams clinched the top spots in the Class 4A Sunset Region swim championships at UNLV with gaudy score totals.
Boulder City’s boys and girls teams won every swimming event on Friday night to capture the Class 3A Southern Region titles at UNLV’s Buchanan Natatorium.
Legacy senior swimmer Joelle Beachler, who has severe bilateral hearing loss, has developed into one of the top breaststrokers in the valley.
Isabell Jones won two events on Saturday to lead Arbor View’s girls swim team to a 165-121 victory over Desert Oasis at Pavilion.
Here is a look at some of the week’s top high school sports events.
The Legacy girls swimming team jumped out to an early lead and withstood a late surge to top Faith Lutheran at Pavilion on Saturday, 131-126.