High school football players from 14 high schools signed their national letter of intent to play in college. Athletes in other sports signed as well.
Durango girls volleyball junior outside hitter Angelina Guerrero recorded 32 kills to lead the Trailblazers to a win over Legacy in the Class 4A state title game.
The Bishop Gorman girls volleyball team claimed the Class 5A state championship with a four-set win over Coronado on Saturday. Also, 4A, 3A and 2A title game results.
Bishop Gorman only had one first-half possession and led by four points at halftime at Shadow Ridge on Friday night.
With three weeks left in the regular season, high school football teams are preparing to make a playoff run and compete for a state championship.
Bishop Gorman, ranked No. 2 nationally by MaxPreps, hosts No. 13 Centennial (Corona, California) on Friday in one of the top games on the Week 4 schedule.
Class 5A experienced the biggest changes during the realignment process in the offseason, but one thing remains the same: Bishop Gorman’s dominance.
The talented girls players on the high school scene are making their mark by setting potentially unbreakable records, two of which belong to UNLV coach Lindy La Rocque.
Durango’s boys basketball team showed resiliency through a late-season coaching change and battled through the challenging Class 5A Southern League to win the state title.
Durango’s Taj Degourville announced his college commitment to San Diego State on Sunday. He chose the Aztecs over UNLV, Oklahoma and Southern California.
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Durango announced Las Vegas native Ron Riley as the school’s new boys basketball coach. The Trailblazers won the Class 5A state title last season.
Chad Beeten resigned in February after he made complaints to the school about what he saw as its racial mistreatment of his basketball players, according to a letter he wrote school officials.