Bishop Gorman shut out Legacy 62-0 last week and outscored its Class 5A Desert League opponents 165-0. The Gaels remain No. 1 in the Review-Journal’s 5A rankings.
Jayden Maiava completed 18 of 24 passes for 364 yards and four touchdowns to help Liberty overcome 15 penalties in a key Class 5A game Friday night.
Bishop Gorman has outscored its two Desert League foes 103-0, remains atop the Review-Journal’s Class 5A football rankings.
When Green Valley running back Jaylen McKnight went out with an injury Friday, Josiah Edwards stepped in and helped the Gators to a 21-14 victory at Desert Pines.
Green Valley overcame a two-touchdown halftime deficit to defeat Desert Pines in a Class 5A Mountain League matchup. Jaylen McKnight rushed for 176 yards for the Gators.
Liberty was missing about 40 players because of COVID protocols, but because the Patriots have so many players out for football, they were able to play the game.
It was only two years ago that Centennial played for a state championship. The rebuilding Bulldogs picked up their first win, 9-8 over Legacy on Friday.
Palo Verde’s Paisley Nichelson converted three fourth downs on its final drive and, behind a backup quarterback, the Panthers handed Green Valley its first loss.
Bishop Gorman is No. 1 in the Review-Journal’s Southern Nevada Class 5A football rankings and has another opportunity for a big win against Miami Central (Florida).
The Palo Verde boys and Coronado girls open No. 1 in the Southern Nevada Soccer Coaches Association Week 1 polls.
Foothill traveled to Green Valley for the first Class 5A Southern League girls soccer game for both teams. The game ended in a 2-2 tie.
Bishop Gorman is No. 1 in the Review-Journal’s Southern Nevada Class 5A football rankings after rolling past fellow national power St. Louis (Hawaii).
Jovantae Barnes ran for 139 yards and four touchdowns to help Desert Pines beat Palo Verde 38-13 in the first-ever Class 5A game for both teams.
Eight of the 11 teams that make up Class 5A won at least one playoff game in 2019, and all of them reached the postseason.
Connor Fields, who graduated from Green Valley High School and UNLV, is home recovering from a brain hemorrhage and broken rib suffered in his crash in BMX qualifying.