Centennial won its first football state championship Tuesday, defeating Sunrise Mountain in the Class 4A title game at Allegiant Stadium.
Faith Lutheran’s Cale Breslin ran for 217 yards on 30 carries, and the Crusaders routed Green Valley in the Class 5A Division II Southern League title game.
Green Valley, the No. 4 seed in the Class 5A Division II Southern League playoffs, blocked a kick and made a kick in the third overtime to outlast Sierra Vista.
Liberty, No. 2 in the Review-Journal’s Class 5A rankings, held third-ranked Arbor View to 164 yards of offense en route to a road victory Friday night.
The Falcons stopped the Wildcats in the red zone three times in the first half, and Avant Gates scored a pair of touchdowns in the home victory.
Faith Lutheran’s Caden Chittenden hit a 57-yard field goal to tie the game in regulation, then the Crusaders stopped a 2-point conversion in overtime.
Freshman quarterback Thaddeus Thatcher completed 19 of 22 passes for 343 yards and four touchdowns in Arbor View’s victory over Shadow Ridge on Friday.
Senior Torrell Harley rushed for 136 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries to help the Wildcats to their 26th straight win in the state’s longest standing rivalry.
Senior Marcus Council scored three second-half touchdowns, picked off a pass and had a pair of tackles for loss in a home victory over Basic on Friday.
The Foothill baseball team defeated Shadow Ridge to win the Class 4A state title Saturday at the College of Southern Nevada.
Centennial earned a home victory over Palo Verde in the Class 5A Southern Region title game Friday. Both teams advance to next week’s state tournament in Reno.
Sophomore Caden Kirby hit a three-run home run to help Green Valley, No. 2 in the Review-Journal’s Class 5A rankings, cruise past No. 5 Centennial on Thursday.
Avari Morris threw a shutout and went 4-for-4 with three doubles in No. 1-ranked Green Valley’s romp past No. 3 Faith Lutheran in a softball game Friday.
Josslin Law went the distance and scored the go-ahead run as Shadow Ridge, No. 2 in the Review-Journal’s Class 5A rankings, edged No. 4 Palo Verde in 11 innings.