Ana Gonzalez scored twice Saturday to lead the Desert Oasis girls soccer team to a 4-0 home win over Durango.
The defending state champion Cougars (16-0) rolled to a 13-5 victory over the previously unbeaten Panthers (15-1) at Bishop Gorman to extend their winning streak to 31 and clinch a bye in the Class 4A state tournament.
The defending state champion Panthers rolled to a 13-5 win over Clark at Bishop Gorman to claim the ever Southern Nevada boys tennis team championship — and perhaps, more importantly, the region’s bye in the six-team Class 4A state tournament, which begins Oct. 15.
Kyle Whittlesy’s goal in the final minute Saturday gave Desert Oasis’ boys soccer team a 4-4 tie with host Durango.
Conner Nicholas picked up his fourth victory in an invitational meet this season by capturing the large-school race of the Lake Mead Invitational on Saturday at Veteran’s Memorial Park.
Despite getting outgained 371-178, Coronado went into Green Valley and scored a 28-21 upset.
Amod Cianelli rushed 11 times for 118 yards and three touchdowns — all in the first half — to help the top-ranked Gaels roll to a convincing 42-7 home Southwest league victory over Desert Oasis.
The Pirates’ 30-7 road victory over Boulder City made it clear why they’re the only undefeated team in the league. By combining a stingy defense with an offense that can get hot at any moment, they have a recipe that makes them a legitimate state contender.
Pahrump Valley limited Del Sol’s high-powered offense to 137 yards in a 27-14 road victory Friday.
The Mountain Lions connected on a middle screen pass that turned into a 78-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter of its 26-16 Southwest League victory over Silverado.