Regardless of how one perceives Bishop Gorman’s success, what it has accomplished in high schol sports will be part of a fascinating and most likely continuing legacy.
Las Vegas Valley high schools would be smart to control what they can control and not be intimidated when facing mighty Bishop Gorman.
The California private school, which has beaten Bishop Gorman twice in football, has set the gold standard for teams that compete on a national level.
Basketball conference featuring high school academies might become the new standard for national competition, but Bishop Gorman plans to remain on its current path.
Three years after losing 84-8 in state championship game, Liberty became the first Nevada school to beat Bishop Gorman in football since 2008.
Paul Sewald of the Seattle Mariners, who played on Bishop Gorman’s first state championship baseball team, says his loyalty to the school has no bounds.