Clark outscored Las Vegas 16-2 in the third quarter and cruised from there to win the Class 4A state basketball championship — the Chargers’ first girls title in the sport.
Spring Valley and Mojave rolled to victories in the Class 4A boys state basketball semifinals Friday at Cox Pavilion and will play for the championship Saturday.
Las Vegas defeated Desert Pines and Clark beat Arbor View on Friday in the Class 4A girls state basketball semifinals at Cox Pavilion. They will play Saturday for the title.
The Class 4A boys and girls state basketball tournaments will be played this weekend, and it’s a chance for new champions to be crowned with two perennial powerhouses in 5A.
Two players — Liberty’s Saco Alofipo (Utah State) and Faith Lutheran’s Jordan Pollard (San Jose State) — signed with Football Bowl Subdivision schools Wednesday.
Ten Las Vegas Valley basketball players — five boys and five girls — have been nominated to play in the McDonald’s All-American Games in March in Chicago.
Shadow Ridge rushed for 567 yards on Friday night against Las Vegas High and outscored the Wildcats 29-0 in the fourth quarter.
Parking spots will be scarce when Liberty plays at Bishop Gorman in Southern Nevada’s high school football game of the year.
The Sky League championship afforded Coronado, along with Desert League champion Silverado, Mountain League champion Las Vegas and Sky League second-place Shadow Ridge, a needed bye week.
The top four teams in Class 4A — Silverado, Coronado, Las Vegas and Shadow Ridge — have byes this week in the first round of the playoffs.