■ AGASSI PREP — Football player DeVonn Porter rushed for 228 yards and six touchdowns on 25 attempts in a 62-34 win at The Meadows.
■ ARBOR VIEW — Football player Christian Rodriguez carried 19 times for 131 yards and one touchdown in a 24-13 win over Cimarron-Memorial. Girls volleyball player Allison McClure totaled 75 assists in wins over Cimarron, Legacy and Cheyenne.
■ BISHOP GORMAN — Football player Collin Ditsworth kicked a 50-yard field goal, made all six extra points and had seven touchbacks in a 45-0 win over Spring Valley. Girls volleyball player Kylee Chun totaled 80 assists and 12 aces in 3-0 wins over Western, Spring Valley and Pahrump Valley.
■ BONANZA — Girls cross country runner Emily Adams took third at the Southwest League championships in 21:49 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.
■ CALVARY CHAPEL — Girls volleyball player Bri Ridley totaled 39 kills and 19 digs in wins over Pahranagat Valley and Lake Mead.
■ CANYON SPRINGS — Football player Donnel Pumphrey carried 13 times for 51 yards in a 20-6 win over Valley. Girls cross country runner Minniya Wilson took seventh at the Northeast League championships in 23:43 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.
■ CHAPARRAL — Girls cross country runner Destiny Gonzales placed 18th at the Northeast League championships in 25:15 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.
■ CLARK — Girls volleyball player Danica Ozaki totaled more than 20 digs in three matches.
■ CORONADO — Boys tennis player Mitchell Smith finished second at the Sunrise Region singles tournament. Girls volleyball player Kuulei Piena totaled 34 kills in 3-0 wins over Liberty and Green Valley.
■ DEL SOL — Boys soccer player Eric Beil totaled three goals in wins over Tech and Silverado.
■ DESERT OASIS — Boys soccer player Tyler Pino led the defense in a 2-2 tie against Durango. Girls cross country runner Bianca Vasilica took fourth at the Southwest League championships in 21:55 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.
■ DURANGO — Boys cross country runner Matt Shelton placed third at the Southwest League championships in 17:37 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde. Girls cross country runner Skye Luchsinger took eighth in 22:32.
■ FOOTHILL — Boys tennis players Dylan Hansel and John Qualls won the Sunrise Region doubles tournament.
■ GREEN VALLEY — Football player Kris Hanson caught eight passes for 71 yards against Del Sol. Girls cross country runner Alyssa Rapovy won the Southeast League title in 20:00 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.
■ LAS VEGAS — Football player Jose Cerriteno had four tackles, including a sack, in a 64-12 win at Rancho. Girls cross country runner Keaton Christoffersen took sixth at the Northeast League championships in 23:42 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde to help the Wildcats win the team title.
■ LIBERTY — Football player Niko Kapeli rushed for 221 yards and two touchdowns in a 62-25 win over Coronado.
■ MOJAVE — Football player Gabriel Roberts caught six passes for 54 yards against Legacy.
■ MOUNTAIN VIEW — Football player T.J. Engel passed for five touchdowns and ran for two more against Needles. Girls volleyball player Kayla Kirk totaled 15 kills, 17 blocks and two aces against Needles and Beatty.
■ PALO VERDE — Boys soccer player Matthew Polster scored the winning goal in a 3-2 victory over Mojave.
■ SHADOW RIDGE — Girls volleyball player Bailee Bradley totaled 38 digs and five aces in wins over Palo Verde and Cheyenne.
■ SIERRA VISTA — Football player Matthew Murphy-Smith caught five passes for 80 yards and two touchdowns against Desert Oasis. Girls cross country runner Alexandria Bragg took 25th at the Southwest League championships in 24:31 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.
■ SILVERADO — Football player Savon Moniz threw two touchdown passes in a 38-19 win over Moapa Valley.
■ VALLEY — Boys cross country runner Alec McMillan won the Northeast League title in 17:51 on a 3.1-mile course at Palo Verde.In-depth high school sports coverage
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
The senior receiver caught seven passes for 177 yards and four touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 64-12 win over rival Rancho.
The senior golfer shot 1-under-par 71 to win the Class 4A Sunset Region individual title by four stokes.