Bishop Gorman ties national record by winning ninth consecutive high school basketball state title in Nevada
Gaels continue streak that began in 2012, win 22nd state crown overall.
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.
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