Silverado capped off its second straight perfect season with its second consecutive Class 4A state title Monday at Allegiant Stadium, defeating Shadow Ridge again.
Shadow Ridge and Silverado will play for a second consecutive year in the 4A state title game, the last of four title games Monday at Allegiant Stadium.
Shadow Ridge’s offense piled up 510 rushing yards Friday night, but a defensive play might have been the key for the Mustangs to advance to the Class 4A state title game.
Shadow Ridge rushed for 350 yards and held off Coronado in a Class 4A Sky League game Friday night. The Mustangs have sole possession of first place in the league.
Shadow Ridge hosts Coronado, which beat the Mustangs last season. A victory would mean even more as the playoffs approach.
Shadow Ridge senior running back JaQuieze Holland rushed 28 times for 283 yards and f0ur touchdowns against Foothill on Friday.
Chloe Poort led Shadow Ridge with 14 kills, four aces and 19 digs. Maleya Miles had 23 kills and 14 digs for Foothill.
Shadow Ridge hosted Palo Verde in a Class 5A girls volleyball match Thursday night. Shadow Ridge won in four sets.
Silverado, the No. 1 Class 4A team in the Southern Nevada football rankings, will host a 5A opponent in Palo Verde after a bye last week.
Shadow Ridge hosted Silverado in a Class 4A boys soccer game Monday night. Shadow Ridge won 3-0.