Aaliyah Hanley and Destiney Guerrero each went 2-1 in singles Tuesday as Cimarron-Memorial’s girls tennis team nipped host Las Vegas in a tiebreaker, 10-9.
Arianna Vigil scored the match’s lone goal off a penalty kick Monday to lead Foothill’s girls soccer team to a 1-0 road victory over Desert Oasis in the Southern Nevada Kick-off Classic.
Olivia Leavitt and Sophia Morris went 3-0 in doubles to lead Boulder City’s tennis team to an 11-7 road victory over Basic on Friday afternoon.
The doubles team of Ashton Barney and Nate Freimuth finished 3-0 to help Las Vegas High’s boys tennis team to a 14-4 home victory over Shadow Ridge on Friday afternoon.
Skyla Faught had 14 kills and three aces to lead the Las Vegas High girls volleyball team to a 25-19, 25-21, 25-15 win over visiting Tech on Thursday.
The Wildcats bring back five letter winners and hope to contend in the Mountain League.
Las Vegas dominated the opening half Friday by scoring 19 points, then scored three third-quarter touchdowns Saturday to win 47-0. It was the consecutive win for the Wildcats in the series.
Las Vegas held a 19-0 lead over visiting Rancho in the 62nd meeting of the Bone Game when school officials stopped the contest right before the start of the third quarter.
Las Vegas has battled Canyon Springs for the Northeast League in recent seasons, but the additions of Desert Pines, Legacy and Mojave will make the league much tougher this season.
The Wildcats are hoping to show improvement throughout the season.