Silverado’s Donavyn Pellot and Liberty’s Landon Bell, football recruits who are listed as athletes, are headed to UCLA and Washington, respectively.
The reigning Class 4A state football champion Silverado Skyhawks appear headed for Class 5A next season after establishing themselves as a powerhouse.
Silverado senior Roxy Christensen had 28 kills in a match last week to surpass her career best. She also had 10 digs and three aces.
Silverado’s Donavyn Pellot committed to UCLA for this year’s class, and Liberty’s Landon Bell committed to Washington for the 2024 class.
Silverado senior Donavyn Pellot, who could play a number of positions in college, is down to a final four of Pac-12 Conference football teams.
Running back Donavyn Pellot scored five touchdowns as Silverado, the No. 1-ranked team in Class 4A, rolled past Sierra Vista on Friday night to remain undefeated.
Caden Harris scored three touchdowns, rushing 16 times for 164 yards and catching four passes for 89 to lead Class 4A’s top-ranked Silverado past Palo Verde.
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.
Silverado opened with a 57-7 win over Class 5A Centennial and has this week off. No. 2 Shadow Ridge will play at Arbor View, 5A’s third-ranked team.