All Southern Nevada high school football games will be held on Thursday with the Rosh Hashanah holiday beginning Friday evening.
After weather impacted two of the first three weeks of the new high school football season, several teams picked up their first wins of the season Friday night.
Legacy and Sierra Vista put on a show on the opening night of high school sports competition with a five-set girls volleyball thriller. Here are photos from the game.
Class 5A experienced the biggest changes during the realignment process in the offseason, but one thing remains the same: Bishop Gorman’s dominance.
The teen killed in a shooting in a hotel room just off the Las Vegas Strip was a student at Legacy High School in North Las Vegas and played football there.
Valley sophomore guard Kevan Wilkins scored 27 points to lead the Vikings to a 70-63 home win over Legacy Tuesday night. The Vikings are in sole possession of first place of the 4A Mountain League.
The Desert Pines defense held Legacy to negative-23 yards in pitching its second straight shutout, and Marquis Roby threw three touchdown passes for the Jaguars.
Bishop Gorman and Liberty again are expected to win league championships and meet for a state championship game berth.
After losing the first game, Shadow Ridge jumped to an early lead over Legacy in the deciding game and won the Class 4A state baseball title Saturday at CSN.
Legacy rallied past Bonanza in baseball, and Silverado survived a softball slugfest against Legacy to advance to the championship round of the Class 4A state tournaments.
Shadow Ridge’s baseball team has won 24 straight games, with its last loss to Legacy. They will play Wednesday in the Class 4A state tournament at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Bishop Gorman is the clear favorite in the Class 4A state softball tournament and will play Legacy in the winners bracket Wednesday at College of Southern Nevada.