SLAM! Nevada took advantage of an Amplus team playing its first-ever game, with Lizette Valenciano throwing five touchdown passes in a 31-0 victory Friday.
Amplus and SLAM! Nevada will meet in flag football Friday, the first high school sporting event in Nevada since the COVID-19 shutdown in March.
A stretch of 10 months without high school sports in Nevada is set to come to an end when Amplus and Slam! Nevada meet in flag football Jan. 14.
Five players who helped lead the Patriots to their first state championship last fall signed to play in college Wednesday.
Legacy High’s Evan Olaes and Aaron Holloway are close friends who have been on the same football and basketball teams going back to when they met in elementary school.
After more than 18 months of inactivity, Findlay Prep will field a team this winter and play national competition, according to multiple people with knowledge of the situation.
The Clark County School District announced the winter sports season, which includes basketball, bowling, flag football and wrestling, has been canceled.
Bishop Gorman boys guard Zaon Collins will play at UNLV, Gaels boys guard Will McClendon will head to UCLA and Centennial girls guard Taylor Bigby will go to Oregon.
Who can blame them if they think they’re above the rules?
Reed Schaefer and Jacob Walsh helped Desert Oasis win a state title in 2019, but they will be Pac-12 opponents in college after signing national letters of intent Wednesday.