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Photo: Valley basketball players, from left, Shea Garland
Valley makes quick work of Coronado, gears up for Canyon Springs rematch
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
high school basketball:
Gerard Harden and Spencer Mathis each scored 18 points today for the Valley High basketball team in a 83-56 victory against host Coronado in the Sunrise Regional quarterfinals.
Photo: Michael Louder
Coronado big man Louder finds spot at Jacksonville State University
Monday, May 14, 2012
prep recruiting:
Most youth basketball players growing up in Southern Nevada dream of getting a chance to play at the Thomas & Mack Center. Coronado High senior Michael Louder will get that opportunity in November. Louder recently committed to Jacksonville State University of Alabama after visiting the school last week
Photo: Valley High School's Caleb Carter dunks to finish
Valley turns to freshman Burton for fourth-quarter spark, rallies past Coronado into regional semifinals
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
High School Basketball:
It was tough to tell Cameron Burton was a freshman playing in his first playoff game. Burton calmly drained a trio of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter Wednesday, helping the host Valley High basketball team overcome a seven-point fourth quarter deficit in a 72-66 victory against Coronado in the Sunrise Regional quarterfinals.
Photo: Silverado's David Ware, left and Justin Johnson ce
Silverado basketball blows fourth quarter lead, then rallies for win in final seconds
Thursday, February 9, 2012
high school basketball: The Skyhawks take sole possession of first place in the Southeast with an 11-2 record
The Silverado High basketball team led visiting Coronado by nine points Wednesday in the fourth quarter of a key Southeast Division game, but faded down the stretch in surrendering a 15-4 scoring run to trail by four points with less than a minute remaining.
Desert Pines guard Julian Jacobs stands out even among a group of stars, part of Sun's Super Seven team
Desert Pines guard Julian Jacobs stands out even among a group of stars, part of Sun's Super Seven team
Monday, December 5, 2011
high school basketball:
This local high school basketball player will take college recruiters off the beaten path this winter on the recruiting trail. College coaches are a constant presence each season at local high school gyms in the Las Vegas Valley.
Photo: Coronado high school senior basketball player Mich
Coronado’s Michael Louder turning up the volume on his game
Friday, July 15, 2011
HS BASKETBALL:
Standing 6 feet, 8 inches tall, Coronado High School basketball player Michael Louder is rarely overshadowed by his peers. But, when it comes to college recruiting, the rising senior forward has been lost in the shadow of players from Las Vegas area powers Bishop Gorman High and Findlay Prep — two nationally respected programs with rosters loaded with elite recruits. Louder is starting to make a more of a name for himself this summer. While he doesn’t have any scholarship offers, he’s been noticed playing in a variety of tournaments with his AAU team, the Las Vegas Dogcatchers. Louder is ...
Strong first half lifts Eldorado past Coronado and into Sunrise finals
Thursday, February 17, 2011
hs basketball:
Members of the Eldorado High basketball team could have been wearing track shoes instead of high-tops Thursday for their Sunrise Regional semifinal game against Coronado. The Sundevils proved to be too quick and athletic for Coronado, literally racing the ball up the court to set up several uncontested baskets in a 73-59 victory. This win puts Eldorado in Friday’s Sunrise finals against Canyon Springs.
Photo: Coronado basketball players Michael Louder, Austin
Coronado erases early deficit, downs Las Vegas to reach Sunrise semifinals
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Coronado High basketball coach Jeff Kaufman spent the last three practices before the start of the playoffs trying to prepare his team for the speed and athleticism of the Las Vegas High players. Simulating the Wildcats fast break in practice with his taxi squad, however, didn’t exactly work. Las Vegas, using its speed to create easy scoring opportunities, wasted little time Tuesday in jumping out to a double-digit lead against Coronado in the Sunrise Regional quarterfinals. But after falling behind by 12 points in the initial six minutes, Coronado finally showed why it is one of the regional’s No. 1 ...
Photo: Coronado basketball players, from left, Michael Lo
Coronado starts strong, earns rare win at Foothill
Friday, January 7, 2011
HS BASKETBALL:
The Coronado High basketball team put this game away in the first quarter. The Cougars opened their Friday game against host Foothill on a 15-0 run and never looked back in a crucial 58-37 Southeast Division victory.
Photo: Coronado basketball players Michael Louder, Austin
Austin Nelson leads Coronado in rout over rival Basic
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Coronado started Southeast division play with a statement victory Tuesday night against Basic. The Cougars blew out their Henderson rivals 87-53.
Photo: Sierra Vista basketball player Viko Noma'aea.
Sierra Vista pulls away from Coronado in the fourth quarter
Friday, December 10, 2010
Maiscei Grier and Viko Noma'aea scored 50 of the Mountain Lions' 73 points
Sierra Vista guard Viko Noma’aea felt his team “slacked off” in the third quarter of its season-opening game against Coronado Thursday night. He wanted to start the fourth quarter by setting a new tone. Noma’aea hit a 3-pointer, grabbed a steal and dished an assist in the opening 30 seconds to turn a five-point Coronado lead into a tie game. Sierra Vista seized on the momentum and used a lopsided fourth quarter to beat Coronado 73-59.
Valley beats Coronado, improves to 2-0
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Vikings shake off injury to star player, start season hot
Senior guard Christian Kessee scored 30 points Tuesday night as Valley won an 85-78 battle against Coronado. Although Kessee contributed the bulk of the scoring, Valley coach Brian Farnsworth said the Vikings had a complete team victory. A number of Vikings scored nine points and J.J. Coleman and Royce Finley both had efficient all-around efforts.
Photo: Coronado basketball players, from left, Michael Lo
Coronado boys expect experience, motivation to lead to success
Monday, December 6, 2010
HS Basketball:
Coronado coach Jeff Kaufman is quick to point out the biggest difference between this year’s Cougars and last year’s squad. “We’re a much more intense team,” Kaufman said. “We’re much more focused.”

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