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Photo: The new Fertitta Athletic Training Center at Bisho
Taking a tour of Gorman's new athletic training center
Monday, August 6, 2012
hs football: Arbor View and Del Sol highs also enjoying the benefits of moving into a weight training facility
Bishop Gorman High School incoming senior football player Jake Smirk remembers pausing in amazement when he first walked into the school’s new state-of-the-art athletic training center. He’s not the only one. The 41,324-square-foot Fertitta Athletic Training Center, which opened last month, is more than a weight-training area for Bishop Gorman High School.
Photo: UNLV linebacker Nate Carter, left, and lineman Ale
UNLV's Alex Klorman never stopped believing he could play college football
Saturday, April 21, 2012
ray brewer: It wasn't always easy, but the walk-on has worked himself into the Rebels' defensive line rotation
Alex Klorman wasn’t good enough to receive a college football scholarship. It was the same humbling blow several high school stars are forced to accept each year. Despite a stellar career at Del Sol High in Las Vegas, the lineman was considered too slow, too small and not strong enough for a spot on a college roster. National signing day came and went, and Klorman was left without any substantial offers. So, he walked on at UNLV, agreeing to pay his own way with aspirations of living out his college football dreams, and knowing that earning playing time would be ...
Basic finally beats Del Sol, earns playoff spot with last-minute win
Friday, October 28, 2011
high school football:
Basic High sophomore Antraye Johnson rushed for the game-winning touchdown from 1-yard out with 43 seconds remaining Thursday to give the Wolves a 29-25 victory over host Del Sol and a spot in next week's playoffs.
Photo: Del Sol High School football players Juan Flores,
Del Sol keeps playoff dream alive with fourth quarter comeback
Friday, October 21, 2011
high school football:
Del Sol High will host the most important football game of the week next Thursday. The Dragons made sure of it with a dramatic 48-47 victory over the Green Valley Gators Friday night. The win sets up a de-facto play-in game to the Sunrise playoffs with Basic next week. Both teams sit at 2-3 in the Southeast division and are vying for the No. 4 seed.
Photo: Foothill High School football players Kyle Kepling
Foothill back on track with victory after week off
Friday, October 7, 2011
high school football:
After narrowly losing in the final seconds two weeks ago, the Foothill High football team hit the practice field during its bye week to fix the mistakes. The end result was a victory Thursday at Del Sol, with the Falcons leading by 32-points at the beginning of the fourth quarter and holding on for a 44-38 win.
Photo: Liberty fullback Jordan Kapeli launches over Del S
Liberty runs over, shuts out Del Sol
Sunday, October 2, 2011
high school football: Patriots beat Dragons by controlling time of possesion with run game
In an age of football where a printed game plan can sometimes exceed the length of a novel, Liberty’s attack strategy Friday night against Del Sol could have fit on a Post-it Note. It was this simple: Line up and run straight ahead. The Patriots ran the ball 29 times in a row to start the game and dominated the Dragons on the ground en route to a 34-0 victory.
Photo: Moapa Valley's Kasen Hughes, left, and Lane String
Moapa Valley deals Del Sol its first loss of the season
Saturday, September 24, 2011
high school football:
In case anyone wasn’t convinced of Moapa Valley’s place among the top teams in Southern Nevada this season, the Pirates proved it again Friday night. Moapa Valley took down perennial Henderson power Del Sol, 49-40.
Photo: Del Sol High's Chris Marshall returns a kickoff fo
Del Sol shakes past Silverado in second half
Saturday, September 17, 2011
high school football: Chris Marshall, Raheem Jones improve Dragons to 3-0
Del Sol players yelled encouragingly at each other as they rushed out of the locker room after halftime at Silverado on Friday night. This in no way looked like a team that had been physically dominated and seemingly overmatched through two quarters. The Dragons didn’t play like it the rest of the way, either. Del Sol turned a sloppy first half into a golden second half to slide by Southeast division rival Silverado 28-24 Friday night.
Photo: Del Sol High School football players Juan Flores,
Del Sol overcomes slow start, penalties for lopsided victory against Eldorado
Saturday, September 10, 2011
high school football:
Don’t let the final score fool you. The Del Sol High football team’s 40-6 victory Friday against visiting Eldorado was anything but leisurely. The Dragons had to overcome numerous penalties (eight in the first half alone) that halted scoring drives, their quarterback fumbled a snap on the goal line going in for a touchdown and their holder consistently struggled getting the ball down on extra points.
Big second half carries Del Sol past Rancho
Friday, August 26, 2011
high school football:
Nate Kirschbaum passed for four touchdowns and Chris Marshall rushed for around 200 yards Friday to lead the Del Sol High football team past host Rancho, 40-22
Photo: Del Sol High School football players Juan Flores,
Del Sol's Chris Marshall key to the Dragons' success
Friday, August 26, 2011
high school football:
The Del Sol High football team is out to prove last year’s mediocre season was a fluke. The Dragons finished with a 5-6 record to break a streak of four straight appearances in the Sunrise Regional title game.
Photo: Las Vegas Travon Langston celebrates after a 37-10
Las Vegas avenges early exit from last year's playoffs
Saturday, November 6, 2010
Las Vegas High wide receiver Marquan Major gathered his teammates minutes before they took the field Friday for their Sunrise Regional quarterfinal playoff game and delivered a simple message: don’t take any opponent lightly.
Photo: Members of the Del Sol High football team celebrat
Week 11 roundup: Del Sol, Las Vegas renew rivalry in playoff opener
Friday, November 5, 2010
prep football:
It was the biggest win in the eight-year history of the Del Sol High football program. The Dragons’ 33-28 regular season victory against perennial power Las Vegas High last year was more significant than what they accomplished later that fall — winning the Sunrise Region and taking second in state.
Silverado shuts out Del Sol to reach playoffs
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Let the playoff party begin at Silverado. After two years of disappointing near misses, Silverado clinched a berth in this year's playoffs with a 23-0 shutout victory at Del Sol on Friday night. Canyon Springs will host Silverado in a first-round playoff game next week.
Del Sol scores 21 unanswered points to finish off Basic, 38-20
Friday, October 22, 2010
Chris Marshall wouldn’t let Del Sol lose this one. Marshall, the Dragons star junior running back, rushed for five touchdowns in a 38-20 victory over Basic.

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