Class 1A football teams in the Central and South League are preparing for the upcoming season. Pahranagat Valley is the three-time defending state champion.
As cases of COVID-19 plummet, overall doses administered also are at their lowest point since the first week of vaccinations in mid-December 2020.
The football game between Shadow Ridge and Palo Verde was canceled Friday, the latest of six cancellations this week.
Changes are coming to some public COVID-19 testing locations. Texas Station will end COVID-19 testing to move resources to vaccinations.
Universal Health Services wants to build a 550,000-square-foot hospital, 250,000 square feet of medical office space and two four-story parking structures.
Ethan Speaker had 19 points Friday to help Boulder City’s boys basketball team to a 74-51 over host Moapa Valley.
Jessup Lake had 22 points Friday to lead Moapa Valley’s boys basketball team to a 69-61 double-overtime win over host Virgin Valley.
Caitlyn Covington scored 13 points Friday to help Shadow Ridge’s girls basketball team top host Palo Verde, 51-45 in overtime
Martell Williams and Leandrew Menefee each had a double-double Tuesday to help host Silverado’s boys basketball team to a 72-54 win over Sierra Vista.
Kendell Burrell scored 33 points Tuesday as Bonanza’s boys basketball team upset visiting Centennial, 73-64.
Dominique Ford scored 31 points to propel Desert Oasis’ boys basketball team to an 80-73 home victory over Spring Valley on Thursday night.
Julian Strawther hit a 3-pointer as time expired Thursday to give Liberty’s boys basketball team a 67-64 road win over Green Valley.
Dominique Ford scored 30 points Monday to help the Desert Oasis boys basketball team rally for a 78-72 win at Green Valley.
Jeanette Fine scored a game-high 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and Canyon Springs’ girls basketball team rolled to a 59-16 home win over Durango on Thursday night.
Alexander Spaight scored 25 points, and Canyon Springs’ boys basketball team used a 22-13 third quarter run to beat visiting Durango, 79-64, on Thursday night.