Check out the top performances from Monday’s high school soccer and volleyball action.
The football playoff picture had the potential to get complicated, but the scenarios easily worked themselves out in the final week of the regular season.
Green Valley quarterback Josiah Vitale struggled in the first quarter, but rebounded to finish with 270 yards passing and two touchdowns and a rushing score.
Check out the top five performances and scores from Friday’s high school football action.
Moapa Valley had a rocky start but rolled once it got going, routing Virgin Valley on Friday night for its second consecutive victory in the Hammer Game.
Liberty sent a strong message with a victory over Desert Pines that it was ready to defend its 2019 Class 5A state championship.
Bishop Gorman shut out Foothill 59-0 on Friday to complete a run through the Class 5A Desert League in which it outscored its five opponents 273-0.
Caden Harris rushed for 242 yards and scored three touchdowns, and Silverado found the end zone every time it had the ball in a 76-20 victory over Desert Oasis.
The annual Hammer Game between Moapa Valley and Virgin Valley will decide the Class 3A Mountain League championship Friday.
Coronado quarterback Joshua Andrade threw for three touchdowns, and Jaylen Garrison scored two TDs as the Cougars secured a first-round bye in the Class 4A playoffs.
Check out the top performances from Thursday’s high school soccer and volleyball action.
Check out the top performances from Wednesday’s high school soccer and volleyball action.
Three league games were canceled, making figuring out playoff scenarios difficult as teams enter the final week of the regular season.
A former Mojave High School coach has been arrested on a charge of sexual conduct between school staff/volunteer and student, according to the Clark County School District Police Department.
Quarterback Tyler Stott and his squadron of receivers vault Desert Oasis to the top of the Class 4A Desert League standings.
Liberty High football coach Rich Muraco said he was unaware of Bishop Sycamore’s dubious reputation when he scheduled the Ohio team to fill an Oct. 15 opening.
Wes Reed, a former UNLV basketball player who went on to become a coach, mentor and fixture in the high school community, died Sunday from complications of COVID.