Anthony Swift grew up as a baseball player, but will play basketball in college after signing with Southern Utah on Wednesday.
Four Spring Valley seniors made up for a lost season by signing to play in college. Other elite players from the valley will do the same Wednesday.
When competition begins Friday, it will end a 401-day drought since the Clark County School District suspended all sporting events at the start of the COVID pandemic.
Marcos Canales ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns, and the Faith Lutheran defense limited SLAM! Nevada to 75 total yards in a 39-0 win.
Mick Corrigan threw three touchdown passes to Ryan Hannig, and The Meadows’ defense did the rest in a 33-6 win over White Pine to clinch the 2A South title.
Improvement has been the central theme for most high school football coaches whose teams played this spring, a six-week season that concludes Friday.
The Clark County School District will allow home fans to attend spring sporting events, with attendance capped at 250 or 50 percent of the venue’s capacity.
Pahranagat Valley showed no signs of rust from a three-week layoff with 36 first-quarter points in a 58-0 win over Tonopah on Friday night.
Moapa Valley forced five turnovers and had two big offensive plays in the fourth quarter to beat Virgin Valley 18-14 in the Hammer Game.
COVID, players opting to pursue other interests and spring break are among the unique issues football teams at small schools have had to deal with.