Silverado’s Donavyn Pellot and Liberty’s Landon Bell, football recruits who are listed as athletes, are headed to UCLA and Washington, respectively.
Silverado’s Donavyn Pellot committed to UCLA for this year’s class, and Liberty’s Landon Bell committed to Washington for the 2024 class.
Silverado senior Donavyn Pellot, who could play a number of positions in college, is down to a final four of Pac-12 Conference football teams.
Running back Donavyn Pellot scored five touchdowns as Silverado, the No. 1-ranked team in Class 4A, rolled past Sierra Vista on Friday night to remain undefeated.
Caden Harris scored three touchdowns, rushing 16 times for 164 yards and catching four passes for 89 to lead Class 4A’s top-ranked Silverado past Palo Verde.
Silverado, the No. 1 Class 4A team in the Southern Nevada football rankings, will host a 5A opponent in Palo Verde after a bye last week.
Silverado opened with a 57-7 win over Class 5A Centennial and has this week off. No. 2 Shadow Ridge will play at Arbor View, 5A’s third-ranked team.
Brandon Tunnell passed for 298 yards and four touchdowns to lead defending Class 4A state champion Silverado past Centennial on Friday night in the season opener.
Check out the top five games and complete schedule for Week 1 of the high school football season.
Silverado cruised to the Class 4A state football championship last season, but coach Andy Ostolaza expects a more difficult path to the title this year.
State championships: None
Region championships: None
Recent league championships: 2007
Last 12 seasons
2019: 7-3 (5-1 Southeast/second)
2018: 4-5 (2-4 Southeast/fifth)
2017: 2-7 (0-5 Southeast/sixth)
2016: 8-3 (3-2 Southeast/third)
2015: 7-4 (3-1 Northeast/second)
2014: 3-7 (1-3 Northeast/fourth)
2013: 3-7 (2-3 Northeast/third)
2012: 5-5 (2-3 Northeast/fourth)
2011: 3-6 (2-4 Southeast/tied fifth)
2010: 6-4 (3-3 Southeast/third)
2009: 6-4 (2-4 Southeast/tied fifth)
2008: 4-5 (1-5 Southeast/tied sixth)
Recent head coaches
Andy Ostolaza (2007-14, 2017- ): 53-54, 11 seasons
Randall Cunningham (2015-16): 15-7, 2 seasons
Doug Thornhill (2003-06): 27-16, 4 seasons
John DeNardin (1995-2002): 24-51, 8 seasons