Tate Martell guided the Gaels to a 15-0 record, their sixth consecutive state title and a No.1 national ranking. For his efforts, the Review-Journal selected Martell as the state”s Player of the Year to highlight the all-state team.
Follow the link for the Review-Journal”s All-State football teams.
The Tarkanian Classic boys basketball tournament nearly doubled in size this year. And it could have been even larger.
Bishop Gorman announced in a news release Thursday that defensive coordinator Kenny Sanchez would act as the school’s interim head football coach until a permanent replacement is named.
Green Valley’s Christian Lopez entered the football season as one of the top quarterback prospects in the state, but has drawn lukewarm interest from recruiters.
Tony Sanchez took Bishop Gorman to the top of the high school rankings, and now he will start near the bottom of the college football world at UNLV.
Russell Booze doesn”t have a famous father, he isn”t the nation”s top prospect at his position, and he didn”t commit to a college while in seventh grade like some of his teammates. But when Bishop Gorman”s football team needed a spark Saturday, the Gaels looked to Booze.
Reed football coach Ernie Howren hasn’t spent a lot of time thinking about Bishop Gorman’s No. 1 national ranking.
A year ago, Tyjon Lindsey couldn’t have imagined being where he is today.
First off, I’d like to clear up a rumor that has been floating around. No, I am not going to be the next coach at Bishop Gorman should Tony Sanchez take over at UNLV.