Grant Rice is very measured with his comments and not prone to hyperbole.So, when Bishop Gorman’s boys basketball coach uses a word like “guarantee” while discussing the upcoming Tarkanian Classic, it carries added weight.
Tyjon Lindsey’s hearing is just fine. This is a noteworthy development considering the auditory beating he’s received the past two months from Bishop Gorman teammate Tate Martell.
Marisa Olmos and Ashleigh Rodriguez met when they were in fifth grade. They went to the same middle school, played travel softball together the past six years and now are juniors at Liberty.
Julia Jensen, who led the Raiders to the state title with her pitching and hitting, is the Review-Journal”s state player of the year. See the complete teams.
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Lincoln County softball coach Pat Kelley lost five players to graduation from his 2014 state championship team, and had only one senior coming back to defend his team’s title this season.
Pahranagat Valley sophomore Christian Higbee was the No. 5 pitcher in the Panthers’ rotation a season ago.
Boulder City’s Charlene Masterson isn’t a very talkative person.
Coronado junior Basia Query has been named the Southeast League”s Most Valuable Player. She hit .452 with 12 doubles and 36 RBIs for the Cougars, who won the Southeast softball title. Query floated between catcher and shortstop, depending on where her team needed her.
Palo Verde falls short in its quest to win its second consecutive state softball title, losing to Reed 3-2 in eight innings Saturday in the Division I championship game. Reed won its first state title since 1998 and avenged a loss to the Panthers in last year”s final.