Spring Valley earned every part of its victory over Cimarron-Memorial on Thursday, which kept the Grizzlies alive in the Class 4A playoffs.
Mark Anderson has been at the Review-Journal since January 1999. He covered UNLV football for 17 seasons before moving to the men’s basketball beat in January 2016, and was president of the Football Writers Association of America in 2016. Anderson returned to the football beat in 2017 and still covers men’s basketball. Before coming to the R-J, he covered UNR football for five seasons at the Reno Gazette-Journal and was the high school sports reporter for the Tallahassee (Fla.) Democrat from 1988-94. He is a native of Tallahassee and a graduate of the University of Florida.
Arbor View has won five games in a row in dominating fashion, including Thursday’s Class 5A playoff opener against Green Valley.
Check out the top five performances and scores from Thursday’s high school football, boys soccer and girls volleyball action.
A running clock has been the theme for Southern Nevada high school football games this season, and officials and coaches are looking for answers.
Matthew Vogel scored two goals for Palo Verde, and Yuval Cohen had a goal and an assist.
Yuval Cohen had two hat tricks and assisted on four other goals in victories of 8-0 over Tech and 6-1 over Chaparral.
Spring Valley junior soccer player Brylie Tavares-Bright produced a personal-best five goals in a victory over Sky Pointe and scored a goal in a win over Canyon Springs.
In a Class 3A Desert League showdown Friday, Moapa Valley went to Virgin Valley and won to claim the top seed in the league and earn a first-round bye in the playoffs.
Bishop Gorman wide receiver Zachariah Branch is nearly fully healthy, adding a dynamic weapon to an already loaded roster entering the playoffs.
Check out the top five performances and scores from Friday’s high school football, boys soccer and girls volleyball action.
Jim Bolla went 300-120 from 1982 to 1996, the number of victories easily the highest in UNLV women’s basketball history. Kathy Olivier won 182 games from 2009 to 2020.