Here is the 2022 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada girls golf team.
Coronado set a state record with its score of 11-under at the Class 5A girls golf state championship. In tennis, Palo Verde swept the boys and girls 5A championships.
Here is the 2021 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada girls golf team.
Basic shot 320-over 856 over two days at Aliante Golf Club in North Las Vegas to win the Class 4A state tournament. Basic’s Cienna Cabrera won the individual crown.
Coronado shot a two-day total of 2-under 566 at Primm Valley Golf Club to win the school’s fifth state championship. The Cougars’ Yana Wilson won the individual title.
Clark’s Riana Mission overcomes a nine on the 16th hole to take a two-shot victory, while Bishop Gorman cruises to its first girls golf state championship since 2006.
Here are the Class 4A and 3A girls golf honors, as selected by coaches.
Here are some of the top performances from the week of Oct. 8-13.
The Bulldogs shot 325 Tuesday to build on their five-stroke lead and win the Class 4A state tournament at Dayton Valley Golf Course by nine strokes.
Riley Shuman improved her score by 31 strokes from Monday to Tuesday and helped the Eagles rally to win their second straight Class 3A team state championship.
The Trojans shot 375 as a team on the first day of the Class 3A state tournament at Schaffer’s Mill on Monday, and Breanne Nygaard shot 8-over-par 80 to take the individual lead.
Centennial took the lead after the first day of the tournament at Dayon Valley Golf Course on Monday with a team score of 320, and with two teams within seven strokes.
Here is a look at some of the week’s top high school sports events.
The Clark sophomore carded a 6-under-par 138 over the two-day tournament to capture the individual championship on Wednesday by seven strokes. Her performance helped the Chargers shoot 653 as a team and claim the first region championship in program history.
McKenzi Hall finished 4-under-par 140 for the tournament, and helped the Bulldogs shoot 627 as a team over the two-day event to win the program’s second straight region title.