Frankie Collins, a four-star recruit ranked No. 69 nationally for the class of 2021 by Rivals.com, committed to play for basketball for Michigan on Wednesday night.
All-state basketball player Julian Strawther leaves for college Monday, well aware of how his grandfather helped blaze a trail for the civil rights movement.
Gilbert, a senior committed verbally to UNLV, announced that he’s moving from Las Vegas and Durango to St. Louis, where he’ll attend national power Vashon High School.
Coronado junior Jaden Hardy is the Nevada Preps Boys Athlete of the Year after averaging 30.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 8.4 assists per game.
Brian Lang, who won a state championship as a player at Cimarron-Memorial High, hopes to lead Clark back to that level as its coach.
Here are the top five high school state boys basketball championship games from the 2000s, as selected by the Review-Journal staff.
Trinity International senior Daishen Nix will bypass college and sign with the NBA’s G League. The five-star point guard signed a national letter of intent with UCLA in the fall.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association announced Thursday at its Board of Control meeting that it has canceled all spring sporting events.
Mwani Wilkinson and Braden Lamar signed national letters of intent to Division I schools after helping Bishop Gorman to its ninth straight state championship.
The Clark boys basketball team, which has reached two of the past four state championship games, will not move up to 5A despite its recent success.
Fernando Carmona posted an Instagram video of his friend Jonny, a senior with special needs, scaring him as he walked into a class each day. The video is approaching 2 million views.
Here is the 2019-20 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada boys basketball team.
Will McClendon scored 14 points and Noah Taitz 13, and Bishop Gorman coasted to its ninth straight Class 4A state title with a 65-37 win over Desert Pines on Friday.
For the fourth straight year, the Panthers had their season ended by Mineral County. The Serpents won the Class 1A state championship with a 50-38 victory Friday.
Ethan Speaker scored 28 points for Boulder City, but the Eagles fell behind early in a 67-57 loss to Churchill County in the Class 3A state basketball semifinals Thursday.