Coronado and Bishop Gorman will play for the Class 5A boys basketball state title at 7 p.m. Friday after the teams were victorious in their state semifinals Thursday.
The top four Class 5A boys basketball teams — Coronado, Liberty, Bishop Gorman and Arbor View — will play for the state title Thursday and Friday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Coronado’s flag football team scored three unanswered touchdowns then held on for a win over Arbor View in the Class 4A state title game.
Pharaoh Compton had 28 points, eight rebounds and six blocked shots to lead the Aggies to a road win over the Cougars in a game that was rescheduled twice.
Coronado led early and rolled to a home win over Bishop Gorman at the Big City Showdown on Saturday. The Centennial girls also earned a big victory over Gorman.
Bishop Gorman and Coronado’s boys basketball teams play at 8 p.m. Saturday to highlight the seven-game schedule at this year’s Big City Showdown at Coronado.
The Centennial girls basketball team, seeking a ninth straight state title, forced 29 turnovers in romping to a road win over Arbor View on Wednesday.
Bishop Gorman sophomore forward Jett Washington scored 29 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to help the Gaels defeat Arbor View on the road.
San Diego State commit Pharaoh Compton scored 20 points to lead Arbor View to a road win over Foothill. Here are photos from the game.
The race for the Class 5A boys basketball state title is wide open, with contenders across the league, including Bishop Gorman, Liberty, Coronado and Arbor View.
Sixth-seeded Shadow Ridge capitalized on a pair of turnovers by No. 3 Arbor View to win its Class 5A Division I state quarterfinal on Thursday night.
Arbor View hosts Shadow Ridge in a 5A Division I quarterfinal matchup to highlight the opening round of the Nevada high school football playoffs.
Bishop Gorman rolled to a home win over Coronado to finish the regular season 10-0 and earn the No. 1 seed in the Class 5A Division I playoffs.
Arbor View sophomore outside hitter Tamara Vai-Unga had 11 kills, five digs and four serving aces to help lead the Aggies to a win at Palo Verde.
Arbor View forward Pharaoh Compton is a four-star prospect and the state’s top class of 2024 recruit, according to 247Sports.