The final opportunity to impress computer polls and human polls and any other entity that claims to know which are the nation’s finest high school football teams each season came for Bishop Gorman on Friday night, when the Gaels hosted a perennial power from New Jersey, complete with tough kids and one of those quintessential East Coast booster/hanger-on/Jersey Guys strolling the sidelines.
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Biaggio Ali Walsh didn’t score a touchdown in the first three quarters as Bishop Gorman’s football team built its lead Friday night. But the junior running back piled up some key clock-eating yards in the fourth quarter, and his 1-yard TD run sealed a 30-16 win over visiting Don Bosco Prep (N.J.)
Olivia Kaiser had eight kills, and Mariah Martin dished out 17 assists to help host Calvary Chapel’s volleyball team hand White Pine its first Division III Southern League loss of the year, 25-21, 25-16 in the second match of a doubleheader on Friday.
Another Friday night means another full slate of high school football in Southern Nevada.
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Bishop Gorman sophomore Aaron Bailey didn’t want to know the score at any point during his team’s state championship match against Palo Verde on Friday.