Centennial’s girls basketball team won its NIAA-record sixth straight state championship Friday night, defeating Desert Oasis 79-51 in the Class 4A final in Reno.
Centennial, which won one game two seasons ago, will play Desert Pines at 4:10 p.m. Saturday at Eldorado High School in the Class 4A state football semifinals.
Here is a look at this week’s coaches polls in boys and girls soccer.
Even with Centennial’s 17-14 win over Arbor View and Virgin Valley’s 14-7 victory over Boulder City factored in, the average margin among the 15 games was 34.5 points.
Dylan Howell was 4-for-4 with a double, two runs and two RBIs to help Faith Lutheran’s baseball team to a 13-4 road win at Legacy on Thursday.
Rancho’s MacKenzie Perry struck out 16 and threw a five-hitter to lead the Rams to a 7-0 softball victory over visiting Cheyenne on Thursday.
The host Bulldogs rolled to a 78-37 victory over the Bruins to clinch a berth in the championship game Saturday afternoon opposite West (Calif.).
Here are the latest Southern Nevada girls basketball rankings.
Madison Martinez-Hutchinson had 16 assists and 10 digs, and Breanna Onori recorded 11 assists, eight digs and seven aces as Green Valley’s volleyball team rallied for an 18-25, 18-25, 25-11, 25-19, 15-8 home win over Legacy on Tuesday night.
Faith Lutheran’s Maxwell Blum went 2-1 in singles to help the Crusaders beat Centennial 10-8 at Darling Tennis Center on Tuesday, and win for the 100th time in the school’s boys tennis history.