Shadow Ridge’s baseball team has won 24 straight games, with its last loss to Legacy. They will play Wednesday in the Class 4A state tournament at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Foothill’s Kendric Thomas ran for a 72-yard touchdown to end Gorman’s shutout streak at six games, but the rest of the night was all Gaels in a 63-6 win.
Arbor View and Foothill are the last teams with a chance to stop a potential Liberty-Bishop Gorman matchup in next week’s state semifinals.
Here are the week’s best high school performances from football, boys soccer, girls soccer and girls volleyball.
Henderson rivals Foothill and Green Valley combined for 215 penalty yards Thursday night in a game marred by an injury to Gators quarterback Josiah Kiaaina.
Bishop Gorman will host Faith Lutheran to open the playoffs after running through its five Class 5A Desert League games by a combined score of 273-0.
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.
Bishop Gorman has outscored its four Class 5A Desert League opponents 214-0 and will travel to Foothill looking to clinch the league championship.
Las Vegas edged Durango 10-7 on Friday to win the Class 4A Mountain League title and clinch a first-round bye in the playoffs.
Cameron Paul threw three touchdown passes to complement a stingy defense that carried Foothill, which has had three games canceled by COVID, to a victory at Canyon Springs.
Bishop Gorman shut out Legacy 62-0 last week and outscored its Class 5A Desert League opponents 165-0. The Gaels remain No. 1 in the Review-Journal’s 5A rankings.
Two high school games were canceled Friday — league games between Arbor View and Foothill and Chaparral and Sunrise Mountain — that could affect playoff chances and seeding.
Bishop Gorman has outscored its two Desert League foes 103-0, remains atop the Review-Journal’s Class 5A football rankings.