SLAM! Nevada took advantage of an Amplus team playing its first-ever game, with Lizette Valenciano throwing five touchdown passes in a 31-0 victory Friday.
Amplus and SLAM! Nevada will meet in flag football Friday, the first high school sporting event in Nevada since the COVID-19 shutdown in March.
A stretch of 10 months without high school sports in Nevada is set to come to an end when Amplus and Slam! Nevada meet in flag football Jan. 14.
Nevada has the second-most high school flag football teams with 36 and athletes with 1,881 — all of them in Southern Nevada — trailing only Florida.
The Gators seized momentum midway through the second quarter and rolled to their second consecutive Class 4A state championship with a 21-0 win over Las Vegas on Thursday.
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The Class 4A all-region flag football teams (as selected by coaches) are here
Here are some of the top performances for the week of Feb. 25-March 2.
Here are some of the top performances from the week of Feb. 18-23.
Deborah Grant ran for 189 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries to twice lead the Gators to a 14-13 victory over Bonanza in the Class 4A state flag football championship game on Monday.
Stephanie Tewart tossed two touchdown passes to Janeth Varela to help the Dragons to a 19-6 win over the Bulldogs and the program’s first state title.
The Class 4A and Class 3A state flag football championship games which were scheduled for Thursday and postponed until Friday have again been postponed after the Clark County School District canceled all classes and after-school activities for Friday. The games will be played Monday at Cimarron-Memorial.
Here are some of the top performances for the week of Feb. 11-16.
The Bengals, who’d lost to Palo Verde twice this season, turned the tables on the Panthers in the Mountain Region championship game on Tuesday night. Bonanza got 116 yards rushing and two touchdowns from Charlene Beck to earn a 20-12 victory at Green Valley.
Deborah Grant rushed 21 times for 80 yards, and Jazlyn Camacho caught the go-ahead touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to help the Gators edge the Cougars, 13-6 for the Desert Region Championship at Green Valley.