Ty Flanagan rushed for 292 yards and four touchdowns on just 12 attempts Saturday to help Mojave’s football team open its season with a 48-40 win over Skyview (Idaho) in the Rocky Mountain Rumble in Pocatello, Idaho.
Nolan Sherwood scored the tie-breaking goal with 10 minutes left in the match Saturday to lift Palo Verde’s boys soccer team to a 2-1 win over Green Valley in the Southern Nevada Kick-off Classic at Liberty.
Coronado’s girls volleyball team didn’t exactly know how last season’s success would rollover into the new year.
Lindsay Irwin scored twice Saturday to help Shadow Ridge’s girls soccer team to a 4-0 home win over Bishop Manogue.
One of the goals for Palo Verde’s boys cross country team this year is to improve upon a fifth-place finish in last year’s Division I state meet.
For Eldorado’s football team, Friday night’s contest against rival Chaparral wasn’t just a game.
Centennial football coach Leon Evans was impressed with the way his defense played in the first half of Friday night’s season opener. By the end of the night, a proud Evans wanted a trivia question answered.
Cimarron-Memorial High School football coach John Parcells has watched his players mature over the past several weeks, so he was careful not to panic when his squad fell behind by two touchdowns in the first quarter Friday.
Bishop Gorman quarterback Tate Martell replaced starter Danny Hong to spark the Gaels’ offense, while Russell Booze and Tyjon Lindsey each scored three touchdowns in a 48-27 win Friday over Servite at Cerritos College in Cerritos, Calif.
After Friday’s season opener at Basic, the jury may still be out on just how potent Liberty’s offense will be this season.