Las Vegas High’s flag football team stopped Rancho’s extra-point attempt with no time left as the Wildcats held on for a 42-41 home victory over the Rams on Wednesday.
Lajaei West hit two free throws with 0.1 seconds remaining in double overtime to lift Del Sol’s girls basketball team over Tech at home, 48-47.
Rhedisa Sua had three sacks, and Adriana Carrillo had two interceptions to help Tech’s flag football team rally to beat Boulder City at home Monday, 12-6.
Brinkley McCoy had 31 carries for 306 yards and four touchdowns Thursday to lead Las Vegas to a 59-24 home win over Eldorado.
Makenzie Leishman led Virgin Valley’s flag football team with 12 tackles and two sacks and added 36 yards receiving to help the Bulldogs to a 25-18 win at Del Sol on Tuesday afternoon.
Talaya Williams scored on a 10-yard rushing touchdown, and Hailey Nevil caught the game-winning conversion in overtime to lift Rancho’s flag football team to a 7-6 road win at Canyon Springs on Friday afternoon.
Jonathan Tendale poured in a game-high 32 points as Chaparral’s boys basketball team held on for a 64-57 road win over Boulder City on Thursday night.
Kyndal Ricks scored 21 points and Rancho’s girls basketball team rallied for a 50-48 road win over No. 10 Canyon Springs on Thursday.
Summer Gibson threw two touchdown passes, including a 15-yard strike to Sol Gonzalez-Pacheco in overtime, to give Valley’s flag football team a 13-6 home win over Canyon Springs on Wednesday afternoon.
Sierra Vista’s Shania Harper had 23 points and 15 rebounds Friday to power the host Mountain Lions’ girls basketball team past Clark, 43-35.