Ten Las Vegas Valley basketball players — five boys and five girls — have been nominated to play in the McDonald’s All-American Games in March in Chicago.
Spring Valley has come a long way from its days as a 1-24 team, but Centennial has won six straight state championships and once again stands in the way of its girls basketball title hopes.
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Centennial’s girls basketball team won its NIAA-record sixth straight state championship Friday night, defeating Desert Oasis 79-51 in the Class 4A final in Reno.
Garrisen Freeman’s running 3-pointer banked in with one second left to give Spring Valley a 39-37 win over Bishop Manogue in the state quarterfinals.
Anthony Swift had 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead Desert Pines to its fifth straight region championship, 74-55 over Faith Lutheran.
Mwani Wilkinson scored 23 points, and his layup off a pass from Ryan Abelman with 1.8 seconds left lifted Bishop Gorman to a 61-59 win over Liberty.
Taylor Bigby began what it hopes will be a run to a record-breaking sixth consecutive Class 4A state title with an 87-12 win over Arbor View on Thursday.
The Bishop Gorman boys and Centennial girls are clear favorites once again, but there are some sleepers that could do some damage in the postseason.