The Tarkanian Classic starts on December 19th through the 22nd and features some of the best high school basketball talent from around the country.
The host Gaels are preparing for the eighth annual Tarkanian Classic tournament, which begins Tuesday and, as always, features some of the nation’s best teams and players.
Foothill senior guard Jace Roquemore announced his commitment to UC-San Diego last Thursday night, ensuring he’ll attend college for free via a full basketball scholarship.
Elaine Emerson discusses this week’s slate of boys and girls high school basketball.
Clark senior forward Ian Alexander was awarded a full academic scholarship Monday to Northwestern through participation in QuestBridge — a nonprofit organization that “connects the nation’s brightest low-income students to America’s best universities and opportunities.”
Bishop Gorman opened the game with a 15-2 run and withstood a late rally to secure a 56-44 road victory over the Grizzlies, who knocked the Gaels out of the region playoffs last season.
Amod Cianelli rushed for 286 yards and six touchdowns Saturday to lead Bishop Gorman to a 69-26 win over Bishop Manogue in the Class 4A state football final at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Amod Cianelli is the featured back for Bishop Gorman, which goes for its 10th straight state football title when it plays Bishop Manogue in the Class 4A championship game Saturday.
Canyon Springs football coach Gus McNair guided the Pioneers to an 8-4 record and a third straight Northeast League championship. And for that, he is Tom Flores High School Football Coach of the Year.
No. 1 Bishop Gorman held off No. 2 Coronado to secure an 88-75 home victory in the season opener for both teams Thursday night.