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State champions for the 2016-17 winter season

Here is a recap of every team that won a state title during the 2016-17 winter sports season and will be looking to defend this upcoming season.

For select sports, an individual champion is listed. Stay tuned for the Spring edition.


Class 4A: Bishop Gorman def. Clark, 62-58.

Class 3A: Desert Pines def. Cheyenne, 69-46.

Class 2A: Agassi Prep def. Adelson School, 60-43.

Class 1A: Mineral County def. Pahranagat Valley, 63-46.


Class 4A: Centennial def. Bishop Manogue, 97-52.

Class 3A: Churchill County def. Lowry, 54-38.

*Moapa Valley and Virgin Valley were ousted in the state semifinals.

Class 2A: Needles def. Agassi Prep, 64-54.

Class 1A: Owyhee def. Round Mountain, 65-37.


Class 4A: Green Valley def. Spanish Springs, 152-125.

Class 3A: Spring Creek def. Churchill County, 135-132.

*Boulder City was Southern Nevada’s top finisher in third place with 123.5 points.

Class 2A/1A: Battle Mountain def. Pershing County, 194-154.5.

*Lincoln County was Southern Nevada’s top finisher in seventh place with 61.5 points.


Class 4A: Cimarron-Memorial def. Coronado, 24-7.

Class 3A: Cheyenne def. Virgin Valley, 7-0.


Class 4A: Las Vegas def. Arbor View, 9-0.

Class 3A: Tech def. Chaparral, 7-2.


Class 4A: Liberty def. Spring Valley, 7-2.

Class 3A: Boulder City def. Tech, 7-2.

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