Monday was the first day of high school football practice in Southern Nevada, but Centennial has been sidelined for 10 days after a positive COVID case in the program.
Desert Pines senior running back Jovantae Barnes is the only returning 1,000-yard rusher in the valley, and the four-star recruit has 35 scholarship offers.
NIAA assistant director Jay Beesemyer said the organization needs about 700 officials statewide for the fall sports season. As of Sunday, that number was 361.
Bishop Gorman’s Cyrus Moss, the state’s No. 2 overall recruit, according to Rivals and 247Sports, is the Las Vegas Valley’s No. 1 linebacker entering the season.
Joaquin Rivas scores two goals in three minutes and almost nets a third, sparking El Salvador’s furious rally that fell short against Qatar in the Gold Cup quarterfinals.
Bishop Gorman is loaded in the secondary, boasting four on the Review-Journal’s list of the five best defensive backs in the Las Vegas Valley.
Liberty’s Germie Bernard, a Washington commit, tops the Review-Journal list of the five best wide receivers in the valley.
Connor Fields, who won gold in this event in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, was injured during a BMX qualifying heat. His was being evaluated for a concussion, according to his dad, Mike.
Las Vegas native Bella Sims, who swims for Sandpipers of Nevada, helped qualify the U.S. for the 800-meter freestyle relay in the Tokyo Olympics, where it finished second.
The U.S. won in 3 minutes, 08.97 seconds, the third-fastest relay in history. Italy took the silver in 3:10.11, with the bronze going to Australia in 3:10.22.
Elie Kligman, second observant Orthodox Jewish player to be taken in 2021 MLB draft, eyes future as a potential role model.
A Las Vegas judge has refused to dismiss a DUI case against basketball standout Zaon Collins in connection with a deadly wreck.
Erica Sullivan, who went to Palo Verde High School and swims for Las Vegas-based club Sandpipers of Nevada, will compete in the 1,500-meter freestyle at the Olympics.
A close look at each athlete with Las Vegas ties competing in the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Three were drafted out of College of Southern Nevada, with one CSN transfer, one from UNLV and one out of high school among Las Vegas players selected in rounds 11 to 20.
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Bishop Gorman outfielder Tyler Whitaker was taken No. 87 overall by the Houston Astros, the first of three Las Vegans picked Monday in the Major League Baseball draft.
An incoming freshman football player at Legacy High School has died during an athletics-related activity at the school, according to the Clark County School District.
Katie Grimes, Bella Sims and Erica Sullivan will represent the U.S. and Sandpipers of Nevada at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Rancho, which once practiced in a city park, was among nine high schools picked to scrimmage in Allegiant Stadium during a prep football jamboree this weekend.