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Bishop Gorman Girls Basketball

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‘Coach K’ steps down from Gorman basketball post
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Sheryl Krmpotich is stepping down after 18 seasons as the Bishop Gorman High girls basketball coach ...
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Gorman survives barrage at Centennial with fourth-quarter surge
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Gorman coach Rice: "(Centennial's) Allen twins put on a show."
For the first three quarters of the most anticipated regular season high school basketball game of the year, Bishop Gorman fans watched in the Centennial High gym anxiously waiting.
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Las Vegas Sun Super Seven: Sofie Cruz to put finishing touches on outstanding career at Coronado
Monday, December 3, 2012
girls basketball: Three Division-I bound players from Centennial also highlighted on preseason team
Before Coronado girl’s basketball coach Bill Crego makes any moves or changes this season, there’s one key person he’s always planning to consult. It’s not an assistant or a mentor. It’s his best player, senior guard Sofie Cruz. “Being a basketball coach for 20 years now, it’s safe to say I haven’t had many kids like that,” Crego said. “I trust her like I haven’t trusted too many other kids.”
Photo: Bishop Gorman's Diamond Major
UNLV women's basketball scores rare commitment from local prospect
Monday, August 6, 2012
hs recruiting: Diamond Major is rated as the nation's No. 54 wing for the class of 2013
When basketball player Diamond Major took an unofficial recruiting trip to the UNLV campus, the 5-foot-11 forward was shocked at what she saw. “The facilities are amazing,” she said. “I didn’t realize how big UNLV was until I went on a visit. I wondered (to myself) why I hadn’t seen this before having lived here my whole life?”
Shabazz Muhammad, Anthony Bennett two of nine Nevadans nominated for McDonald's game
Shabazz Muhammad, Anthony Bennett two of nine Nevadans nominated for McDonald's game
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
high school basketball: A player from Las Vegas has played in the prestigious showcase the last three years
Nine high school basketball players from Nevada last week were nominated for the 2012 McDonald’s All-American Games, including highly regarded Bishop Gorman High senior Shabazz Muhammad and Findlay Prep post player Anthony Bennett. A Las Vegas player has been selected for the game in each of the last three years — Findlay’s Avery Bradley (2009), Findlay’s Cory Joseph and Tristan Thompson, and Bishop Gorman girls’ player Aaryn Ellenberg (2010), and Findlay’s Myck Kabongo (2011).
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Gorman basketball player picks University of San Francisco
Thursday, August 4, 2011
hs recruiting: Combo guard Zhane Dikes averaged 14 points per game last year for Gorman girls
A Bishop Gorman High basketball recruit verbally committed this week to accept a college basketball scholarship. It’s just not one of the players everyone is waiting to hear from.
Liberty, Centennial advance to girls basketball championship
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Liberty High senior Amanda Delgado scored 14 second-half points as the Patriots overcame a five-point halftime deficit to defeat Bishop Gorman 58-53 Thursday and advance to the Class 4A state championship. In the other state semifinal game, Centennial, a perennial state power, advanced to the state championship with an 84-57 victory over Reed High.
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Sierra Vista holds on in play-in game to reach state tournament
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Bishop Gorman girls also advance to the state tournament
The fate of two seasons came down to one loose ball. With three seconds left in Tuesday’s state tournament play-in game at Del Sol High, Eldorado trailed Sierra Vista by one with Daquon Thrower at the free-throw line shooting his second attempt. Thrower, who swished the first free throw, clanked the shot off the back iron. Teammate D.J. Billingsley came up with the ball after a brief scramble right below the basket. But Sierra Vista’s Dallin Molina stepped up and contested Billingsley’s put back as the buzzer sounded to send the Mountain Lions to Nevada high school basketball’s version of ...
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Centennial girls use pressure defense to drown Bishop Gorman in Sunset finals
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Ashley Klemz scores 27 points and makes seven 3-pointers
No matchup in girls high school basketball has created a collection of games more memorable than Bishop Gorman vs. Centennial over the past nine years. Thursday’s Sunset Region championship between the two teams will not be remembered in the same category as previous meetings. Centennial exposed Bishop Gorman with its pressure defense en route to a statement 82-50 victory.
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High school girls basketball powerhouses collide in Sunset finals
Friday, February 18, 2011
Bishop Gorman vs. Centennial is always the most significant game of the year
The Bishop Gorman girls basketball team played one of its worst halves of the year in Thursday’s 61-39 victory against Palo Verde in the Sunset Region semifinals. Before firing on all cylinders to take the Panthers out in the second half, the Gaels went into halftime with only a 19-18 lead.
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Strong second half carries Gorman girls past Sierra Vista, showdown with nation's No. 1 team next
Friday, February 4, 2011
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Losing a top player to a season-ending injury would be enough to slow down most high school basketball teams. But, for the Bishop Gorman High girls, a knee injury suffered by senior Chelsie Pitt hasn’t stopped them from dominating the competition. Playing in their most significant game since Pitt was hurt last month, the Gaels Thursday outscored visiting Sierra Vista by 21 points in the second half to turn a close game into a lopsided 65-40 victory.