Desert Pines football coach Tico Rodriguez wasn’t sure how much production he would get out of the Jaguars’ skill positions this season.
The prep football schedule is so good the weekend before Thanksgiving, it has its own name.
Kainoa Granstrom certainly wasn’t the most imposing linebacker in town.
Ron Smeltzer’s goal as president of the Clark County High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame has been to honor people whose contributions date back several years.
R.J. Hubert isn’t the Moapa Valley football team’s leading receiver. But the junior certainly was the most dangerous player on the field on Saturday.
Marckell Grayson passed for 219 yards and one touchdown and ran for another as Desert Pines beat Churchill County 14-0 in a Division I-A state semifinal in Fallon.
The Meadows’ defense appeared to make one crucial mistake on its second play on the football field Saturday.
Cory Duncan had a 33-yard touchdown run and returned an interception 49 yards for a score Saturday to help Spring Mountain’s football team breeze to a 54-12 win over host Virginia City in a Division IV state semifinal.
The score at halftime didn’t quite tell the story of how dominating Arbor View had been, but another stat did.
With a nine-point lead late in the fourth quarter and his offense pinned deep in its own territory, Basic football coach Jeff Cahill made a gutsy call to put the ball in the air.
The way Tate Martell explains it, any visitor to a Bishop Gorman football team’s practice might get the impression he and coach Tony Sanchez don’t care for one another.
With Liberty clinging to a six-point lead with 39 seconds left in Friday’s Division I Sunrise Region semifinal at Coronado, there was a moment when freshman defensive back Jake Dedeaux feared he had given up the game-winning touchdown to the Cougars.
Wade Leavitt scored four touchdowns in the first 19 minutes of the game Friday to lead Pahranagat Valley’s football team to a 60-8 win over visiting Carlin in a Division IV state semifinal.
High school football players generally don’t love practice. But with the season winding down, even the practice haters are starting to fight for the right to keep running drills.