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Las Vegas High School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Silverado High School 51-68

Monday, February 1, 2016 6:30 PM Las Vegas High School AWAY 51 Silverado High School HOME 68 Game Recap The Wildcats fell to the NE Division leading Silverado Skyhawks 68-51. Dartanion Myers and Marquise Raybon each had 12 points for Las Vegas. – See more at: http://nevadapreps.com/boys-basketball/boys-basketball-thaxton-balanced-patriots-nip-canyon-springs#sthash.tqahNUEa.dpuf

Las Vegas High School Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Silverado High School 51-54

Monday, February 1, 2016 6:30 PM Las Vegas High School AWAY 51 Silverado High School HOME 54 Game Recap The Lady Cats dropped another close game to the Skyhawks. Bianca Matlock led the Wildcats with 17 points, and teammate Teconna Dyer had 12 points. – See more at: http://nevadapreps.com/girls-basketball/girls-basketball-siaki-skyhawks-hold-las-vegas#sthash.SnL7HCF9.dpuf

This Week in Wildcat Sports

This Week in Wildcat Sports For the week of February 1 through February 6 Monday: Flag Football: Travels to Valley to finish their game with the Vikings – 3:30 PM Basketball: Travels to Silverado to play the Skyhawks. 3:30/5:00/6:30 PM Tuesday: Flag Football: Hosts the Centennial Bulldogs. 3:30/4:30/6:00 PM Wednesday: Basketball: Hosts the Valley Vikings

Las Vegas High School Girls Varsity Flag Football beat Silverado High School 47-12

Monday, January 25, 2016 4:30 PM Silverado High School AWAY 12 Las Vegas High School HOME 47 Game Recap The Wildcats rolled the Silverado Skyhawks 47-12. Led by Taylor Stonebarger’s 104 yards rushing, Sabrina Saldate was 14-21 passing for 144 yards. Ericka Lopez and Tata Davis both had 4 catches and two for touchdowns.

Las Vegas High School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Clark High School 21-52

Saturday, January 23, 2016 3:00 PM Las Vegas High School AWAY 21 Clark High School HOME 52 Game Recap At Clark, Ian Alexander had 13 points as the Chargers ran away from the Wildcats. James Bridges added nine points for Clark, which had leads of 40-11 at the half and 54-15 after three quarters. Donovan