A look at the Review-Journal’s Athletes of the Year from the spring season
The Las Vegas Review-Journal announces its 2017 all-state boys track and field team.
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.
Centennial swept both genders in the Class 4A state track meet at Foothill on Saturday, winning the seventh consecutive state title for the girls, and fourth in six years for the boys.
Angela Hammond won three state titles, one individual, and helped Cheyenne’s girls track team finish second at the Class 3A state championship at Foothill on Saturday, the best placement of any Southern Nevada school.
Gizelle Reid won the title in the 400-meter dash with a time of 54.98 seconds at the Class 4A state track meet at Foothill on Friday.
Musio Jimenez-Vazquez of Sunrise Mountain broke a 27-year-old record in the 3,200-meter run on Friday during the Class 3A state track and field meet at Foothill, winning in a time of 9 minutes, 35.32 seconds.
After a second-place finish in the 300-meter hurdles last season, Legacy senior Jamaal Britt came into this season with a new determination, and will have a chance to end his career in style at the state meet that begins Friday at Foothill.
Cheyenne’s Angela Hammond won two individual events and ran on two winning relays Friday and Saturday to lead the Desert Shields to the Class 3A Southern Region girls track title in Overton.
Palo Verde senior Daniel Ziems completed a sweep of the distance events by winning the 1,600-meter run at the Class 4A Sunset Region track and field meet Saturday with a school-record time of 4 minutes, 21.40 seconds.