Las Vegas area professional and amateur sports teams and events said they could face varying degrees of change in light of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s new coronavirus restrictions announced Sunday night.
Bishop Gorman boys guard Zaon Collins will play at UNLV, Gaels boys guard Will McClendon will head to UCLA and Centennial girls guard Taylor Bigby will go to Oregon.
Who can blame them if they think they’re above the rules?
Reed Schaefer and Jacob Walsh helped Desert Oasis win a state title in 2019, but they will be Pac-12 opponents in college after signing national letters of intent Wednesday.
It’s a tradition for high schools to have a ceremony when an athlete signs a national letter of intent. But the coronavirus pandemic has forced a change in plans at most schools.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement outlining a return to youth and adult recreational sports amid the coronavirus pandemic comes as welcome news to coaches and athletes.
Here’s a look at how some freshman football players are adjusting to college life, with many having their season postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The College of Southern Nevada will have basketball for the first time since 2002-03 and hopes to be successful despite setbacks caused by the pandemic.
Former Bishop Gorman High School football coach Kenny Sanchez was fired Friday after two games as coach at Menendez High in St. Augustine, Florida, according to reports.
Former Bishop Gorman High School defensive lineman Haskell Garrett, a senior at Ohio State, was released from a hospital Monday after being shot early Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.
Frankie Collins, a four-star recruit ranked No. 69 nationally for the class of 2021 by Rivals.com, committed to play for basketball for Michigan on Wednesday night.
Liberty quarterback Daniel Britt, who led the Patriots to the 2019 state football championship, will play for former UNLV coach Bobby Hauck in college.
High school football hasn’t been spared by COVID-19, as the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association moved fall and winter athletics to spring.
The Southern Nevada Football Coaches Association on Sunday sent a proposal to school, CCSD and NIAA officials to consider options for a fall or spring season.
The Clark County School District is expected to install artificial turf on 29 football fields by the end of the 2020-21 school year. Construction will be done in three phases.
The NIAA moved up its football schedule to begin games as early as Aug. 14, and state championship games will be completed before Thanksgiving.