Bishop Gorman is throwing the sixth annual Tarkanian Classic, a premier high school basketball tournament featuring teams from 11 states.
Bishop Gorman senior Derek Ng is the No. 7 overall kicker in the country, and is waiting for the right opportunity to play at the Division-I level.
Coronado’s Jaden Hardy is one of the top ninth-garders in the country, and holds scholarship offers from several major collegiate basketball programs, including UNLV, where his older brother, Amauri, is a freshman point guard.
Arbor View defensive end Elijah Wade didn’t play football until ninth grade, but has developed quickly and earned a number of Division I scholarship offers.
Freshman linebacker Ma’a Gaoteote is the younger brother of Bishop Gorman star Palaie Gaoteote, but opted to play at Faith Lutheran.
Local eighth-grader Richard Isaacs earned a men’s basketball scholarship offer from UNLV last weekend.
LaMelo Ball, the soon-to-be junior guard from Chino Hills (California), followed up Wednesday’s 37-point performance in a loss with 36 points on Thursday in Big Baller Brand’s 111-102 victory against Play Hard Play Smart (California) at Cashman Center.
Three of Nevada’s top six players in the class of 2018 headline the Vegas Elite team at the Fab 48 tournament
Canyon Springs senior Greg Awa-Moppert became the first player from the Pioneers’ first-year club program to commit to playing collegiate lacrosse, signing his national letter of intent with Central Christian College of Kansas at his high school Wednesday.
Tim Jeffries, one of the most successsful wrestling coaches in state history, said Tuesday he is stepping down as Faith Lutheran’s coach after five seasons.