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Photo: Rancho football coach Tyrone Armstrong calls a pla
Rancho won't go down without a fight in 'Bone Game'
Thursday, September 26, 2013
ray brewer: Despite losing storied rivalry game against Las Vegas High the past 17 seasons, Rancho players will cherish their turn playing in the game
Don’t judge the Rancho High football team by its record or how badly it has performed in games the past few seasons. Don’t judge the Rams on the size or inexperience of their players. Don’t judge them by an ugly 17-season losing streak to Las Vegas High in the annual “Bone Game,” that rivalry that was at its peak back in the day when the teams were evenly matched but is still a source of pride for alumni. This year's game is 7 p.m. Friday at Rancho.
Photo: Sierra Vista football players Caleb Stiles, D.J. L
Sierra Vista evens record with victory over Rancho
Friday, September 20, 2013
high school football:
A new era for Sierra Vista’s football program can officially begin now. The Mountain Lions nabbed the first win since John Foss became their coach Friday night, and they did it in fashion. Sierra Vista obliterated Rancho 53-7.
Photo: Virgin Valley High of Mesquite football players (f
Virgin Valley destroys Rancho
Thursday, September 12, 2013
high school football:
Virgin Valley made its 80-mile drive to Rancho High well worthwhile Thursday night. The Bulldogs smashed the Rams from the opening whistle, leaving town with a 72-6 victory.
Photo: Shadow Ridge High football players Jordan Larson a
Shadow Ridge smashes Rancho in morning game
Saturday, September 7, 2013
high school football:
Dustin Puia threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as Shadow Ridge started off a busy day of high school football Saturday with a 47-2 victory over Rancho.
Photo: Rancho High football players (from left) Yasser Re
Rancho's Armstrong determined to build a winner
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
high school football: Despite being shut out last week in season opener, Rancho's Armstrong stays positive in developing Rams' program
Tyrone Armstrong knew the challenge ahead of him when he took over the Rancho High football program in the offseason. The Rams didn’t win a game last season and haven’t been to the playoffs since 2010. So, one of Armstrong’s first missions was to develop a new mindset geared toward winning, which he learned last week would be easier said than done. Rancho didn’t score in dropping its opener to Clark, but Armstrong hasn’t lost his focus.
Valley finishes season strong with win over Rancho
Friday, November 2, 2012
high school football:
Quentyn Jefferson rushed for three touchdowns, including a 31-yard scoring scamper to help Valley High end its season on a high note with a 52-7 victory over Rancho High on Friday.
Rancho replaces football coach with two games left in season
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
high school football:
Rancho High School officials replaced football coach Perryn Hale last week with two games left in the season, Rams’ Athletic Administrator Joshua Katz said Tuesday.
Photo: Quarterback Christian Lopez of Green Valley throws
Green Valley blanks Rancho, 68-0
Friday, October 19, 2012
high school football:
Christian Lopez completed 11 of 12 passes for 205 yards and four touchdowns Friday to lead the Green Valley High football team to a 68-0 win against visiting Rancho for the Gators’ sixth straight win.
Canyon Springs shuts out Rancho
Saturday, October 13, 2012
high school football:
Canyon Springs dominated Rancho 51-0, looking sharp after a mediocre win last week and two losses prior to that. They improve to 4-2.
Photo: Las Vegas's Joshua Mayfield, left, and D'Anthony W
This series belongs to Las Vegas High: Wildcats win 17th straight 'Bone Game' against Rancho
Saturday, October 6, 2012
high school football: Vince Castro's three touchdowns, strong defensive effort lift Wildcats to another victory in series against Rams
The Las Vegas High football team had six sophomore starters on its defense Friday night in the annual “Bone Game” against Rancho. And, in a true statement of Las Vegas’ domination of the series, none of those players were born the last time Rancho won a game in the rivalry. The trend continued Friday night with host Las Vegas using three touchdowns from Vince Castro and never being challenged in a 45-0 victory for their 17th straight win against Rancho.
Coronado bounces back from loss with big night at Rancho
Saturday, September 29, 2012
high school football:
Reviewing his team’s first loss of the season, Coronado coach Brad Talich came to the conclusion that the Cougars needed to be able to pick up more tough yards on the ground with a lead.
Photo: Liberty quarterback Kaimana Nacua runs out of the
BYU commit Kai Nacua scores three different ways in Liberty win
Friday, September 21, 2012
high school football:
Liberty High senior Kai Nacua found several ways to score Friday night to help the Patriots down host Rancho, 49-3.
Photo: Cimarron Memorial football players Justin Davis, A
Big first half carries Cimarron to easy win against Rancho
Saturday, September 15, 2012
high school football:
Justin Davis scored on four of his six carries in the first half and rushed for 124 yards Friday in leading the host Cimarron-Memorial High football team past Rancho, 55-0.
Photo: Basic High School's Antraye Johnson catches a pass
Basic High gets off and rolling in 2012 with dominating victory at Rancho High
Saturday, September 8, 2012
high school football:
Junior Antraye Johnson returned the opening kickoff of Basic High’s season back for a touchdown, and everything else followed suit Friday in a 47-14 victory at Rancho High.
Photo: Rancho football players Ezekiel Collins, Xavier Ta
New Rancho coach reminding players of rivalry game tradition
Thursday, September 6, 2012
high school football: Rams, which haven't beat Las Vegas in 16 years in the "Bone Game," have fresh outlook on importance of state's most significant rivalry
Perryn Hale was cleaning out the Rancho High football program’s equipment room last spring during his first week as the Rams’ coach when he stumbled upon an empty glass box buried in the corner. After a little research, he learned the box was an important part of Nevada high school football history.

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