Here’s a look at this week’s coaches polls in boys and girls soccer.
The Gaels, the defending Class 4A state champions, defeated Boulder City, the reigning Class 3A champ, 15-25, 25-8, 15-13 in the title match Saturday.
The Gaels won the state championship last season with a 28-0 record and No. 7 national ranking by USA Today — the same ranking they have this preseason.
There couldn’t have been many who predicted the Wildcats’ 21-1-1 2018 season that included a dominating run to the Class 4A state championship.
Bishop Gorman senior forward Gianna Gourley was named the Nevada Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year.
Coronado senior Alfredo Diaz has been named the Gatorade Nevada Boys Soccer Player of the Year.
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In the end, a late first-half goal from Katie Caldwell of Cimarron-Memorial proved to be the difference for the Mountain/Sunrise squad in a 2-1 victory over the Desert/Sunrise team.
Senior Najeeb Muhammad is one of the best players in Southern Nevada and has Division I offers and interest from Southern Utah, Sacramento State, Northern Arizona and Cal State Bakersfield.
Faith Lutheran boys basketball coach Bret Walter’s son, Brevin, is prime for a breakout senior season, and is drawing attention from multiple Division I programs after an impressive club campaign with the Las Vegas Knicks.
Here’s a look at some of the top performances for the week of Nov. 5-10.
Sergio Aguayo scored three goals — part of a stretch of four Las Vegas tallies in eight minutes — as the Wildcats defeated Coronado 5-1 to win the Class 4A state boys soccer championship at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.
The Warriors regrouped after a stagnant first half to score three goals in a 25-minute span en route to their first boys soccer state championship at the Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.
Goalie Kirsten Kircher made 12 saves, and Camden Berry and Kennedy Enus led the defense as Bishop Gorman held off Palo Verde’s late rally for a 3-2 win at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.
Ava Seelenfreund finished with a hat trick and an assist as the Wolverines overwhelmed Pahrump Valley 7-0 to advance to the state championship game at noon Saturday against South Tahoe (24-2).