Coronado scored on a penalty kick in the 47th minute to defeat Faith Lutheran on Saturday in Sparks and win its first girls soccer state championship.
Coronado is embracing being the favorite to win the Class 5A state championship after its 2-0 win over Faith Lutheran in last Saturday’s regional final.
The Faith Lutheran boys defeated Palo Verde to win their first state championship, and the Palo Verde girls rolled past Faith Lutheran to claim their sixth title.
Micah Alejado threw for two touchdowns and ran for one, and the Bishop Gorman defense allowed 19 total yards in a victory over Faith Lutheran on Thursday night.
The objective now, or sometime in the future, at Faith Lutheran is to become competitive with Bishop Gorman and Liberty in Southern Nevada’s newly minted Class 5A.
Desert Pines scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to run away from Faith Lutheran for a 35-14 road win Friday night.
Liberty was missing about 40 players because of COVID protocols, but because the Patriots have so many players out for football, they were able to play the game.
Brody Clark rushed for 143 yards and a touchdown to help Liberty open Class 5A Mountain League play with a victory over Faith Lutheran on Friday night.
Bishop Gorman, ranked seventh in the nation by USA Today, has only itself to blame after allowing 18 points in the final 65 seconds in a loss to No. 24 Hamilton (Arizona).
Faith Lutheran hosted Arbor View in a Class 5A girls soccer game Tuesday. Faith Lutheran won 2-1.