Former Bishop Gorman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, who recently finished a stellar career at UCLA, will play in the East-West Shrine game Thursday at Allegiant Stadium.
About 200 people packed a church Saturday for a memorial service for Ashari Hughes, a Desert Oasis sophomore who died of a sudden cardiac arrest Jan. 5.
A blood clot formed in Felix Reeves’ brain in September, robbing him of basic cognitive and motor skills. His goal now is to play basketball for the College of Southern Nevada.
The 16-year-old died last week after collapsing following her team’s game against Valley High School.
Family and community members gathered at Doolittle Community Center to remember Ashari Hughes, who collapsed and died after playing a flag football game Thursday.
“She loved music, dancing, and being around all the people she loved,” Ashari’s parents wrote in a statement. “She called football the real love of her life!”
The Desert Oasis High School student collapsed Thursday after a home game against Valley High School. She was hospitalized and died later that night.
By embracing players with Polynesian backgrounds, Liberty High has become a public school contender that even Bishop Gorman must prepare for.
Hunter Borgel produced two goals and two assists in a 6-0 victory over Centennial and scored a goal in a 2-0 win over Faith Lutheran last week.
Micah Alejado threw five touchdown passes, and Bishop Gorman jumped to a 21-0 first-quarter lead en route to a decisive win over Saint Louis on Friday night in Honolulu.