Nevada high school state championships aren’t exclusive to just teams in the Silver State. Six out-of-state schools compete athletically for state titles against Nevada schools.
Here is the 2023 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada girls swimming and diving team.
The NIAA Realignment Committee approved proposals that would place schools’ boys and girls teams in the same classification in track and swimming.
Palo Verde’s boys swimming and diving team won three relays on its way to its ninth straight state title. Coronado won its second consecutive girls title.
The Liberty boys and Faith Lutheran girls won the Class 4A swimming and diving state team titles Wednesday at UNLV.
State high school champions from the spring sports will be crowned this week across Nevada. Here’s a breakdown of the championship events.
Here is the 2022 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada girls swimming and diving team.
The Palo Verde boys held off Coronado for their eighth consecutive swimming and diving state championship, and the Coronado girls easily won the title.
The Coronado and Palo Verde boys and girls are expected to battle for the Class 5A state swimming and diving championships.
Las Vegas native Bella Sims, who swims for Sandpipers of Nevada, helped qualify the U.S. for the 800-meter freestyle relay in the Tokyo Olympics, where it finished second.
Erica Sullivan, who went to Palo Verde High School and swims for Las Vegas-based club Sandpipers of Nevada, will compete in the 1,500-meter freestyle at the Olympics.
Sandpipers of Nevada, a Las Vegas-based swim club, is sending four athletes to the Olympic Games in Tokyo. After that showing, the club is getting attention from all over the nation.
When competition begins Friday, it will end a 401-day drought since the Clark County School District suspended all sporting events at the start of the COVID pandemic.
All-state teams in all eight spring sports will be released one per day, beginning on June 6 with boys golf.