Moapa Valley doesn’t have much varsity experience back after a senior-laden team ran to an undefeated season and the Class 3A state championship last year.
Liberty and Rancho rolled to victories Thursday at Faith Lutheran to set up a matchup for the Class 4A girls state volleyball championship.
Both are Class 5A state volleyball semifinalists, but Gorman has been the state’s top program in the past five seasons, while Centennial has been rebuilding this season.
Basic shot 320-over 856 over two days at Aliante Golf Club in North Las Vegas to win the Class 4A state tournament. Basic’s Cienna Cabrera won the individual crown.
Deandre Gholar’s 1-yard touchdown run with a minute left gave Valley a victory over Rancho on Thursday night to clinch a spot in the Class 3A playoffs.
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.
The Clark County School District has installed a turf football field at all 34 of its high schools over the past two years, a change that has been well-received.
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.
Nine high school football games have been canceled for various reasons, including COVID concerns, brush fires and a shortage of eligible players.