Here is the 2022 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada boys track and field team.
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Zoey Bonds won four individual events to spark Centennial to the Class 5A state girls track and field championship Saturday at Reed High School in Sparks.
The Centennial girls are going for their 10th straight state track and field championship, while the boys event appears to be a race among four teams for the crown.
The Canyon Springs boys did most of their damage in five events, and the Palo Verde girls edged Shadow Ridge to win the Class 4A state track and field meet.
Zachariah Branch won three events to lead the Bishop Gorman boys track team to the Class 5A regional track championship. Centennial won its 11th girls title in a row.
The Desert Oasis boys posted 195 points and the Palo Verde girls had 163 to win the team titles at the Class 4A Desert Region track and field meet Wednesday at Desert Oasis High.
Track and field meets this season have been limited to four teams. That will change at this week’s regional meets, where as many as 10 teams will compete.
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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.
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Sparked by individual wins from Rome Odunze and Kyu Kelly, the Gaels wrapped up their second consecutive Class 4A title by scoring 99 points.
Martin ran the 100-meter dash in a personal-record time of 10.71 seconds on Saturday morning at Desert Oasis to claim the Mountain Region championship and an automatic bid in the state meet next week. The sturdy senior doubled as a running back for Legacy’s football team and said he started preparing for track season after football concluded.