|Class 4A Girls|
|2. Bishop Gorman||4-0||4|
|3. Desert Oasis||2-0||3|
|4. Canyon Springs||7-0||5|
|5. Spring Valley||2-4||2|
|7. Faith Lutheran||5-1||—|
|Class 3A Girls|
|1. Moapa Valley||4-0||1|
|2. Boulder City||3-2||2|
|3. Pahrump Valley||7-3||4|
|4. Virgin Valley||2-3||3|
|5. Sunrise Mountain||3-0||—|
Here are the top five high school state girls basketball championship games from the 2000s, as selected by the Review-Journal staff.
Here is the 2019-20 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada girls basketball team.
Centennial’s girls basketball team won its NIAA-record sixth straight state championship Friday night, defeating Desert Oasis 79-51 in the Class 4A final in Reno.
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.
The Diamondbacks held off Spanish Springs for a 56-48 victory in the Class 4A state semifinals Thursday and will play the Bulldogs, a 62-37 winner over Spring Valley.
Garrisen Freeman’s running 3-pointer banked in with one second left to give Spring Valley a 39-37 win over Bishop Manogue in the state quarterfinals.
Desert Oasis experienced highs and lows in last year’s state tournament, and it hopes to put those to good use starting with its semifinal against Spanish Springs.
The schedules and results (when available) are here for the 2020 NIAA state girls basketball tournaments.
LaVerk Hodges’ 3-pointer with less than 30 seconds left gave Del Sol a 64-62 overtime win over Boulder City for the Class 3A Southern Region boys basketball championship.