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December 20, 2014

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High School Football

Legislator wants Bishop Gorman banned from football playoffs

Assemblyman Harvey Munford, D-Las Vegas, has proposed a bill-draft for the 2015 Legislature that would ban the Bishop Gorman football program for the state-championship playoffs ...

Three-year Las Vegas High standout commits to Air Force

Linebacker Jacob Littlefield had 302 tackles over the past three seasons for the Las Vegas High football team and was arguably the best defender in ...

Meet Gorman football’s unsung standout

Gorman football’s next trip to the north could yield ultimate prize

Moapa Valley rallies to force overtime, beats Desert Pines for state championship

Can Liberty football again put up a fight against Gorman?

Liberty survives late scare at Coronado to reach Sunrise region championship game

Rebels Football:

Sanchez committed to building support system for UNLV football

UNLV wanted to try something different with its football program, and with 46 seasons of mostly awful results, that’s understandable. Enter a successful, fiery high school coach ...

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Tony Sanchez fist bumps with UNLV Athletic Director Tina Kunzer-Murphy after he is announced as the new UNLV football team head coach Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, in the Stan Fulton Building ballroom.

Rebels Football:

Sanchez committed to building support system for UNLV football

UNLV wanted to try something different with its football program, and with 46 seasons of mostly awful results, that’s understandable. Enter a successful, fiery high school coach ...

Bishop Gorman Tyjon Lindsey (25) runs for a touchdown during the NIAA State Championship Football game between the Bishop Gorman Gaels and the Reed Raiders at Damonte Ranch High School in Reno, Nevada.

High School Football:

State champions, again: Gorman football wins 6th straight title, also likely to be national champ

Bishop Gorman closed the state championship game on a 49-7 scoring run, showing the Gaels are the unquestioned kings of Nevada football. And, considering they’ve been ranked No. 1 in every national poll for more than a month, the Gaels will likely be voted as ...

Moapa Valley players celebrate their win over Desert Pines in overtime for the Division I-A state high school football championship on Saturday, November 22, 2014. .

high school football:

Moapa Valley rallies to force overtime, beats Desert Pines for state championship

Moapa Valley overcame a three-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter, shocking Desert Pines with one improbable play after the next to force overtime. The overtime lasted just two plays. Moapa Valley scored on the first play of its possession and Desert Pines fumbled on its ...

Moapa Valley High senior  Kayden Griffiths  catches a pass for 42 yards in the Division I-A state semifinals. It was the first reception of the season for Griffiths, who has one full arm.

Ray Brewer:

One-handed catch nothing new for Moapa Valley player

As soon as Kayden Griffiths caught the football, his teammates on the sideline and supporters in the hometown bleachers wildly cheered. ...