Centennial and Bishop Gorman won the Class 4A state track and field championships on Saturday at Carson High School.
Indian Springs blasted Pahranagat Valley 12-2 in six innings in the Class 1A final at North Valleys High School to claim the program’s first state championship in 45 years.
The Mustangs allowed three home runs and dropped a 5-1 decision to Douglas on Friday in the losers bracket final of the Class 4A state softball tournament at Bishop Manogue High School.
Coronado’s boys golf shot a two-day total of 23-over-par 599 as a team to win the Class 4A state golf tournament at Reflection Bay Golf Club on Tuesday. It was the Cougars’ first title since 2012, and Coronado players celebrated by jumping into Lake Las Vegas.
Basic beat Coronado twice Saturday at Bishop Gorman, first 9-1 then 15-12, to unseat the defending region champions and claim the first region title in school history.
Shadow Ridge beat Palo Verde 3-2 in the early game at Bishop Gorman on Saturday, then took a 10-8 decision in the second game to win the Sunset Region softball team and clinch a spot in next week’s state tournament.
Jaret Godman picked up a pair of victories on Saturday, as the Panthers defeated Centennial 15-0 and 1-0 at Shadow Ridge to claim the Sunset title and earn a berth at state.
Amanda Sink set the Nevada state record with 20 strikeouts in a seven-inning game, leading Centennial to a 12-0 road win against Durango in the first round of the Sunset Region tournament.
Centennial freshman point guard Taylor Bigby is blossoming into one of the top freshmen on the West Coast and already has secured scholarship offers from Colorado and Utah of the Pac-12.