Las Vegas Sun

January 25, 2015

Currently: 71° — Complete forecast | Log in | Create an account

high school football:

Gorman undefeated in league play for sixth straight season


Leila Navidi

Tajon Allen of Bishop Gorman makes a touchdown during their game at Centennial High School in Las Vegas on Friday, October 19, 2012.

The Bishop Gorman High football team finished Southwest League play Thursday undefeated for the sixth straight season, using a pair of touchdown runs from junior Nate Starks in a 72-21 victory against Desert Oasis.

Tajon Allen added a touchdown run and interception for the three-time defending state champion Gaels, while quarterback Anu Solomon accounted for two touchdown passes. Randall Cunningham Jr. rushed and passed for a touchdown, and sophomore Alize Jones had a scoring reception.

Gorman, which led 44-0 at halftime, received second half touchdown runs from Daniel Stewart and Dylan Weldon.

The Gaels host Shadow Ridge next week in the Sunrise Regional quarterfinals.

Ray Brewer can be reached at 990-2662 or [email protected]. Follow Ray on Twitter at

Join the Discussion:

Check this out for a full explanation of our conversion to the LiveFyre commenting system and instructions on how to sign up for an account.

Full comments policy

Previous Discussion: 1 comment so far…

Comments are moderated by Las Vegas Sun editors. Our goal is not to limit the discussion, but rather to elevate it. Comments should be relevant and contain no abusive language. Comments that are off-topic, vulgar, profane or include personal attacks will be removed. Full comments policy. Additionally, we now display comments from trusted commenters by default. Those wishing to become a trusted commenter need to verify their identity or sign in with Facebook Connect to tie their Facebook account to their Las Vegas Sun account. For more on this change, read our story about how it works and why we did it.

Only trusted comments are displayed on this page. Untrusted comments have expired from this story.

  1. If you're not part of the solution, you're just a part of the problem.

    Unfortunately the north team this year would get handled by almost a half dozen teams from the south, I wish it were the Sunrise winner going north at least so when Liberty/Basic/Canyon/Coronado/GV beats Reed by 3-4 td's they can't blame Gorman.