Liberty’s American Legion baseball team rallied for five runs in the top of the sixth inning Sunday en route to a 7-4 victory over League City (Texas) to stay alive in the American Legion Western Regional at Surprise, Ariz.
During the spring, the DC Assault 17U basketball team set a goal to go undefeated in July. The Washington, D.C.-based powerhouse completed its mission Sunday at Bishop Gorman High.
Alexander Marco went 4-for-4 with a double and a game-winning RBI single in the ninth inning to lead Cimarron-Memorial to a 5-4 victory over Reno in the opening round of the American Legion state tournament at UNLV’s Wilson Stadium.
One glance into the bleachers provided Paul Jorgensen with some extra motivation Sunday afternoon.
Do a quick Internet search using the words “Ray Smith” and “dunk,” and you’ll find it. Just make sure to hide the children when you watch the video.
Sierra Vista opened the door in 2010, and Liberty followed in 2012. A baseball tournament that once was a minor obstacle for Bishop Gorman in its annual conquest of summer baseball championships has become somewhat more unpredictable.
The odds were stacked against the Southern Nevada Bulls on Saturday, but coach Chris Martinez had a plan.
Bonanza High School’s baseball team surprised many by advancing to the Division I state tournament this year.
It was almost five years ago when LaQuan Phillips lay motionless on Green Valley’s football field. On Tuesday, Phillips walked proudly, albeit with a slight limp, into the National Athletic Trainers Association conference at Mandalay Bay to share his story.
Liberty rising senior Ashlie Blake finished second in the shot put and third in the discus at the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation Nationals Outdoor track and field meet Sunday at Greensboro, N.C.