The NIAA”s Board of Control approved sanctioning flag football as a state-sponsored sport during the second day of its spring meeting Thursday at Sam”s Town. Currently, only Clark County School District schools participate in flag football.
Grant Dressler went from being a role player as a junior to the Panthers” leading scorer this past season, and the 6-foot-7-inch late bloomer now is in line to continue his playing career at the next level. He is being recruited by Sacramento State, American, Eastern Washington and Maine.
The spring combine season is in full swing, and that means prep football players across the country are trying to impress college coaches without actually putting on pads and helmets.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association uses the Nevada Rubric to determine alignment for Division I and Division I-A schools in Southern Nevada.
Gaels offensive linemen Jaron Caldwell and Julio Garcia made oral commitments to play football for UNLV.
Darwin Rost, the only head football coach in Palo Verde history, went 154-50 with the Panthers and won the state title in 2004. His 2008 team is the last Nevada squad to beat Bishop Gorman.
Cordell Broadus bonded with his famous father through football.
In two seasons playing varsity football at Bishop Gorman, Jordan Ober made one reception for 18 yards.
A day after decommitting from UNLV, Bishop Gorman middle linebacker Nela Otukolo announced Monday he has committed to sign with Fresno State.
Derek Morefield didn’t receive any interest from Division I schools during his senior season at Cimarron-Memorial. Next week, he is expected to sign a letter of intent to play football at Navy.
Nela Otukolo was supposed to visit Boise State this weekend but canceled the trip.
One of the most popular cries from Bishop Gorman’s detractors has been for the Gaels to pick on someone their own size.
Silverado High School offensive lineman Justin Polu committed to UNLV, choosing the Rebels over Colorado State. He was part of a weekend recruiting haul for the Rebels.
It would’ve been easy for Danny Hong to give up the dream of playing college football after losing the starting quarterback position earlier this season at Bishop Gorman.