Clark and Centennial faced off at Shadow Ridge High Thursday night in a much anticipated matchup between two of the premiere prep boy’s basketball programs in Southern Nevada.
The Chargers and Bulldogs were tied at 17 midway through the ballgame before the offensive tempo picked up in the second half. ESPN’s #12 ranked blue chipper and Oregon commit, Troy Brown Jr., missed a step-back three point attempt with under two seconds remaining as Clark held on for a 50-47 victory.
The Sunrise championship game was played at #2 ranked Green Valley, whom they defeated in the Sunrise semifinals, and #6 Foothill was the home team Tuesday night, but Coronado rose from unranked to regional champions in less than two
#1 ranked Cimarron trailed a tough Palo Verde squad 13-6 during halftime Tuesday night at Green Valley before scoring two unanswered touchdowns for a 20-13 Spartans victory over the Panthers. The top ranked team in Nevada will host
Canyon Springs High School hosted the 2017 Sunrise Regional Finals for boy’s and girl’s basketball on Saturday. The first game featured an upset when Foothill knocked off Liberty 55-52 to advance to the state tournament semifinals next
Bishop Gorman girl’s basketball faced the #4 nationally ranked Centennial team Friday night in the Sunset Region Semifinals held at Shadow Ridge High School. The Gaels were outmatched from the start by the bigger, stronger, quicker Bulldogs.