Bishop Gorman finished No. 1 in the final USA Today Super 25 football rankings released Monday and was crowned mythical national champions for the third consecutive season.
Here is the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2016 all-state football team.
Senior quarterback Tate Martell was presented the Gatorade National Football Player of the Year award on Wednesday after leaving Bishop Gorman for Desert Pines High School to graduate early.
Aaron McAllister threw four touchdown passes — three to Basic teammates De’Shawn Eagles and Frank Harris — to lead the Sunrise to a 35-14 win over the Sunset Region in the annual Lions All-Star game at Bishop Gorman.
Tate Martell had a hand in five touchdowns Saturday as Bishop Gorman rolled to a 84-8 win over Liberty at Sam Boyd Stadium to capture the Class 4A state championship.
Tate Martell put a cap on his storied prep career Saturday, accounting for five touchdowns — all in the first half — to lead Bishop Gorman to an 84-8 victory over Liberty in the Class 4A state final at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Bishop Gorman football coach Kenny Sanchez could have coached his last game at the school in Saturday’s 84-8 win overLiberty in the Class 4A state championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Bishop Gorman is in line to be named national champion a third straight season, but to earn such a distinction, whatever it really means, the Gaels must beat Liberty at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Patriots (12-1) will get their chance when they take on the seven-time defending state champion Gaels (14-0) in the Class 4A state football championship game 12:10 p.m. on Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium.
Nearly 2½ years after the brash playmaker from California entered the program, Tate Martell is set to finish his illustrious prep career Saturday.