Bishop Gorman ties national record by winning ninth consecutive high school basketball state title in Nevada

Video: Bishop Gorman wins 4A state title
See Gaels in action during dominant championship game.

Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) matched a high school basketball national record Friday night by winning its ninth consecutive state title, beating Desert Pines (Las Vegas) 65-37 for Nevada's Class 4A championship.

The Gaels (29-3) are ranked No. 15 nationally this week by MaxPreps. This will certainly go down as one of the more dominant title runs for the school as it went 18-0 this season against Nevada competition and thrashed Spanish Springs (Sparks) 67-17 in Thursday's semifinal.

Seniors Noah Taitz (Stanford) and Mwani Wilkinson (LSU) are headed to Division I programs while junior guards Zaon Collins and Will McClendon (UCLA commit) are both Top 100 prospects in the Class of 2021.


Gorman's run of championships in the Silver State began in 2012. ...

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