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SV playoff run ends after loss to Cimmaron

May 11, 2018 12:00pm | Donovan Souder

Cimarron-Memorial High School defeated the Grizzlies 9-5 yesterday to avoid elimination. The Spartans jumped out to a 6-2 lead in the first inning removing the Grizzlies starter after just 2\3 innings pitched. Cimarron put up two zeroes in the top half of the second and […]

SV avoids elimination after defeating Arbor View

May 10, 2018 7:52am | Donovan Souder

    A 5 run first inning for the Grizzlies set the tone of the rest of the game after the Grizzlies bested Arbor View 12-11 yesterday.    “We knew they could swing the bat well over there so we had to be better than them,” Shortstop Mitchell […]

Spring Valley drops opening round of playoffs

May 10, 2018 7:27am | Donovan Souder

   After a dominating performance from Palo Verde pitcher Jaret Godman, the Grizzlies fell 6-0 in the first round of playoffs.      “We had multiple chances to cash in some runs but failed to come through,” third baseman Erik DuLittle, who had one of only two […]

Volleyball ends with high hopes for next season

May 3, 2018 12:43pm | Nubar Urfalyan

After adding two new coaches, the men’s volleyball team is looking to change the way other schools view Spring Valley. Head coach Mike Agustin is looking to improve the program and make the team a top team in 3 to 4 years. “Me and the […]

SNOA offers students job opportunities

April 19, 2018 12:44pm | Amai Mims

Tired of being a student with no money? Well youve read the right article. The Southern Nevada Officials Associations offers opportunities for students to get jobs at the expense of watching sports,cool right? During sport seasons students can get in touch with SNOA to make […]

Golden Knights inspire new hockey club on campus

April 19, 2018 12:37pm | Donovan Souder

Hockey is typically known as a cold state sport only, places where it snows and freezes. However, in Las Vegas, hockey has become the talk of the town. Taking the city by surprise, the Las Vegas Golden Knights have been dominant this season and are […]

Baseball looks to younger players this season

April 19, 2018 12:36pm | Daniel Hrstov

The 2018 Spring Baseball season is upon us and the Grizzly Baseball team is looking to make the playoffs after losing in the semifinals to Centennial High School last year. The team has a new Junior Varsity coach, Chris Anderson, who hopes to prepare younger […]

The sacrifice of a coach

April 19, 2018 12:34pm | Leilaysia Watkins

Coaches yell, sweat, cry, and work every day of their season. Paid an average of $1,200.00 per season, coaches dedicate countless hours at practices, games and mentoring athletes for a small return. Sports related functions can take place on weekdays, weekends and even holidays. Coaches […]

Turning a blind eye to supporting players

March 15, 2018 7:20am | Donovan Souder

The can’t blink moments in sports — the final play. Twenty seconds left on the clock, no timeouts left in the fourth quarter. The quarterback is sacked. Close endings in a game often come down to the quarterback (QB). All eyes are on them — […]

Lady Grizzlies advance to second round after 74-45 victory

February 14, 2018 7:53am | Donovan Souder

In the Grizzlies first test of the postseason, point guard Essence Booker lit up the floor, scoring 24 points and leading the team to a 74-45 victory against the Legacy Longhorns on February 13.  “I just felt I had to put it in the basket […]