Wendell Carter isn’t your stereotypical blue-chip basketball recruit. The 6-foot-10-inch center, who ESPN ranks as the nation’s No. 2 prep player, has Harvard on his short list of schools he’s interested in attending.
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CARSON CITY — Palo Verde boys swimming coach Brent Gonzalez had a simple piece of advice for his 400-yard freestyle relay team Saturday.
Pahranagat Valley softball coach Mike Sparrow would rather create opportunities than wait for them.
Pahranagat Valley baseball coach Brad Loveday sympathized with Caleb Hansen missing the sign for a suicide squeeze in the bottom of the seventh inning of Saturday’s Division IV state championship game.
Baseball’s become a game fascinated by the long ball.
Mike Livreri has had plenty of talented teams in his 10 years as Centennial’s softball coach.
Coronado senior Chandler Blanchard got roughed up in his first state tournament start Thursday.
Faith Lutheran freshman Zach Trageton conceded that he didn’t look too good on his first two swings on Friday.
Wednesday was supposed to be a time for Bonanza’s baseball team to look back at its season. Instead, it turned into a pregame meal. The Bengals (19-14) will be making their first state-tournament appearance since 2002. They play Northern Region champ Reno (26-8) at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Community College of Southern Nevada.
Liam Wetzel owns three boys swimming records at Basic, including one that dated back to the days of disco and “Star Wars.”
The standard clues were nowhere to be found.
Patience hadn’t been Arbor View’s strong suit for much of the softball season.
The unfamiliar is often scary, but Liberty coach Nick Didier couldn’t be happier to find himself in a strange spot.
Taylor Montgomery was in the first group to tee off Monday at Primm Valley Golf Club. That turned out to be a big advantage for the senior from Foothill.
When Logan Hold and Ben Fitzhugh were freshmen, it was hard to imagine Shadow Ridge’s baseball program ever making much of an impact.
Vanessa Sanders and Megan Ingram have played in more than 100 varsity softball games each in their high school careers.
For about two hours each evening, Alex Jordan is alone in his backyard.
Local teams haven’t had much success against Bishop Gorman’s baseball team in recent years, winning only six games by a combined total of 18 runs since the start of the 2009 season.
When Spring Valley’s Dylan Drachler took the mound on opening day this season, the highly touted baseball pitcher had reservations about his freshman batterymate.
Green Valley softball coach Lauren Taylor has grown tired of watching her team build big leads, then allowing the opposition to make games close.
Coronado’s softball team spent the moments before Monday’s game chasing each other around the outfield in a rousing version of the children’s game Duck, Duck, Goose.
Logan Hold had already raised his fist and started to walk off the mound to celebrate a Shadow Ridge victory when an error extended the game and brought the tying run to the plate.
Sierra Vista baseball coach Nate Selby has been around long enough to know wins don’t often come easy.