One possession doesn’t decide a basketball game. But Valley’s boys basketball team will certainly look back at one particular missed opportunity from Monday’s game against Garfield (Wash.).
Graves County (Ky.) wasn’t the most imposing team when it took the floor in the back gym at Las Vegas High on Thursday. But maybe the radio crew in the corner should have been a clue that the Eagles meant business.
Jerome Williams could have found myriad reasons for Findlay Prep’s 70-67 loss to Prime Prep (Texas) in the Tarkanian Classic on Friday at Orleans Arena.
Sheldon (Calif.) used red-hot shooting from the perimeter to take an early lead Thursday.
A 13-year veteran of the Marine Corps, Eldorado girls basketball coach Danielle Pope knows a little bit about toughness and heart.
Foothill girls basketball coach Eric Kruger knows his team can keep up in an offensive shootout. Kruger found out Tuesday that the Falcons also are capable of grinding out a close victory.
Bishop Gorman boys basketball coach Grant Rice remembers the days when Las Vegas was a mecca for holiday-time hoops.
Sierra Vista boys basketball coach Keith Ulrich thought his team had a quickness advantage against Mojave on Monday. The Mountain Lions finally took advantage of it in the fourth quarter.
Bill King died in 2005. While his voice has been silenced, his legacy as one of sports’ most versatile and professional radio play-by-play announcers remains vibrant.
Thirty of the 32 NFL teams made Forbes’ list of 50 most valuable sports teams, but it is European soccer clubs that dominate the Top 5.