Coronado scored on a penalty kick in the 47th minute to defeat Faith Lutheran on Saturday in Sparks and win its first girls soccer state championship.
Moapa Valley and Pahrump Valley earned byes to open the Class 3A football playoffs, while Virgin Valley and SLAM Nevada will host first-round games.
No. 1 Moapa Valley hosts No. 2 Virgin Valley in the Hammer Game on Friday, with the winner claiming the Class 3A Mountain League crown.
Coronado shot a two-day total of 2-under 566 at Primm Valley Golf Club to win the school’s fifth state championship. The Cougars’ Yana Wilson won the individual title.
Clark has built on its 2019 success with a 6-1 start, while an upstart Eldorado team looks to be the latest to turn its fortunes around with meaningful late-season games.
Liberty was missing about 40 players because of COVID protocols, but because the Patriots have so many players out for football, they were able to play the game.
Moapa Valley has scored at least 42 points in each of its four games and outscored opponents 190-32 overall to stay atop the Review-Journal’s Class 3A rankings.
Top-ranked Moapa Valley returns to action after a bye week by hosting Pahrump Valley. No. 2 Virgin Valley and No. 3 Boulder City meet in a Class 3A showdown.
Moapa Valley dominated No. 3 Boulder City 54-14 last week to strengthen its grip on the No. 1 spot in the Review-Journal’s Southern Nevada Class 3A football rankings.
Moapa Valley stays in the top spot in the Review-Journal’s Southern Nevada Class 3A football rankings but should be challenged this week by No. 3 Boulder City.