The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association attributed the decision to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s pause of contact sports through at least Feb. 14.
Here are Saturday’s results for the championship and third-place matches at the Class 4A, 3A and 2A state wrestling meets.
Senior David Kalayanaprapruit and sophomore Caleb Uhlenhopp won individual titles to lead Green Valley to the Class 4A team championship at Cimarron-Memorial.
Here are Friday’s results from the Class 4A state wrestling meet and the schedule for Saturday’s championship matches for all classes.
Green Valley and Spanish Springs have combined to win the past eight state titles, but Shadow Ridge coach Gus Gledhill thinks his team has the experience to compete with them.
Arbor View’s Israel Mann and Rickey Jones, Legacy’s Lee Wilson and BJ Phillips, and Bishop Gorman’s Mark Person and James Petrie will play at Southwest Minnesota State.
Here are some of the top performances from the week of Feb. 4-9.
Spanish Springs, which edged the Gators by two points last season, has the first-day lead at the Class 4A state wrestling tournament with 110½ points.
Here are some of the top performances for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 2.
Cimarron-Memorial’s Matthew Rodgers avenged three regular-season losses to Shadow Ridge’s Marc Williams by winning 3-1 in overtime in the 160-pound division, to help the Spartans win the region championship, 231-228½.
The Gators, who won eight consecutive Sunset Region titles, beat new rival and runner-up Spring Valley, 202-154½. Foothill was third at 132 points.
Boulder City’s wrestling team had three individual champions on Saturday to claim the team title at the Class 3A Southern Region tournament at Overton.
Connor Bourne, who has a 171-29 record during his high school career after pinning Eldorado’s Marques Anaya-Casarez in the 182-pound quarterfinals on Friday, will face Centennial’s Ike Edwards in Saturday’s semifinal round, which begins at 10 am at Bonanza.
Andres Garcia, who hasn’t lost to an opponent from Nevada all season long, was on the mat at Clark High Friday afternoon and evening for a total of 2 minutes, 18 seconds.