All Nevada high school sports will be played in the spring, with fall, winter and spring sports each being allowed a six-week window of competition.
Southern Nevada high school football coaches have decided as a group to shut down their summer strength and conditioning programs by Wednesday.
The Southern Nevada Football Coaches Association on Sunday sent a proposal to school, CCSD and NIAA officials to consider options for a fall or spring season.
The Durango Fall Classic, one of the top high school volleyball tournaments in the country, has been canceled because of uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus.
Spring Valley’s football team has shut down its strength and conditioning program until July 25 after one of its players tested positive for COVID-19.
The Clark County School District is expected to install artificial turf on 29 football fields by the end of the 2020-21 school year. Construction will be done in three phases.
High schools whose practice plans were approved by the Clark County School District were allowed to begin their offseason programs Monday.