Canyon Springs will have an appeal heard Thursday after a player was ruled ineligible, forcing the team to forfeit its wins. Arbor View is preparing to play Desert Pines in its place.
Canyon Springs has filed an appeal to be reinstated into the Class 4A football playoffs after it was forced to forfeit its wins this season for using an ineligible player.
Canyon Springs’ football team has been forced to forfeit all of its wins for this season because of its use of an ineligible player.
The Desert Shields scored 22 unanswered points and had three chances to take the lead in the fourth quarter but dropped a 35-30 decision to Fernley on Saturday.
Kamry Bailey had 14 kills and 11 digs, and the Eagles never trailed in either of the last two sets to sweep Truckee for their third 3A state championship in a row.
The Faith Lutheran girls and Bishop Gorman boys needed one goal apiece to cap unbeaten seasons with Class 4A state championships Saturday at Hug High School in Reno.
Tommi Stockham had 24 kills, Taylor Jefferson added 18 kills and 13 digs, and the Gaels defeated Durango 25-18, 22-25, 25-13, 25-18 on Saturday in the Class 4A final.
Palo Verde never trailed in a 41-23 win over Las Vegas on Friday, and Canyon Springs turned a botched field-goal attempt into a winning touchdown to stun Arbor View 24-20.
Durango and Bishop Gorman will meet for the third time this season after posting three-set state semifinal wins at Faith Lutheran on Friday.
Faith Lutheran scored twice in the second half to defeat Galena. Coronado avenged its only loss with win over Centennial. Eldorado, Bishop Gorman advance to boys final.