High schools whose practice plans were approved by the Clark County School District were allowed to begin their offseason programs Monday.
Bishop Gorman boys defender Caden Buckley and Faith Lutheran girls goalkeeper Jordan Brown were named Gatorade Nevada State Soccer players of the year.
Silverado baseball coach Brian Whitaker has been fired after 26 years at the school. He was 505-322 with the Skyhawks and 562-350 in 29 years overall.
Legacy quarterback Evan Olaes has committed to Colorado State after a junior season in which he threw for 3,186 yards and 26 TDs and ran for 1,152 yards and 14 scores.
The NIAA moved up its football schedule to begin games as early as Aug. 14, and state championship games will be completed before Thanksgiving.
Former Bishop Gorman catcher Austin Wells is expected to be a late first- or early second-round pick in the MLB draft, which begins Wednesday.
Desert Pines wide receiver Michael Jackson, a four-star commit by rivals.com, announced he will play at Southern California. He caught 34 passes for 627 yards last season.
Liberty two-way standout Zyrus Fiaseu, ranked as the No. 5 recruit in Nevada for the Class of 2021, announced his commitment to San Diego State.
The Liberty football team overcame an 0-5 start to win its final 10 games and first state title to earn the Review-Journal’s Nevada Preps Team of the Year award.
Liberty ended 10-time state football champion Bishop Gorman’s 115-game winning streak against in-state opponents in the Nevada Preps Game of the Year.