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Photo: The Cimarron-Memorial girls flag football teams ch
New sport allows girls to thrive on gridiron, try hand at something different
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
high school sports: Flag football makes its debut as a district sport to give girls another winter option
When a player from the Cimarron-Memorial High School football team jumped offsides Monday during the first half of a game against visiting Arbor View, the referee reached for his flag but decided not to throw it for the obvious penalty. It was the first week of games, and for most of the players, it was their first time playing the sport — a fact referees considered with their restrained penalty calling.
Photo: Centennial running back Coby Newton protects the b
Centennial exacts revenge over Arbor View, powers into Sunset final
Saturday, November 10, 2012
high school football: Bulldogs follow Coby Newton's lead to hard-fought 14-9 victory over rival Arbor View
Centennial rode that motivation and Newton, who had 30 carries for 115 yards, to one of the biggest victories in school history. Not only did the Bulldogs snap the Aggies' nine-game wining streak, they ended their previously undefeated rival’s season prematurely. Centennial 14, Arbor View 9.
Photo: Arbor View's Steven Davis celebrates with his team
Arbor View blanks Desert Oasis for a playoff win in third straight season
Friday, November 2, 2012
high school football:
The Arbor View High football team’s 56-0 victory Friday against visiting Desert Oasis in the Sunset Regional quarterfinals put the Aggies in some elite company.
Photo: Arbor View's Jacob Speaks crosses the goal line fo
Arbor View knocks off rival Palo Verde, takes Northwest crown for first time ever
Friday, October 26, 2012
high school football: Palo Verde transfer Jacob Speaks breaks loose for Arbor View
One by one, the Arbor View seniors fought their way through the chaos that comes along with notching the biggest win in school history to stand in front of their teammates. They yelled over the noise coming from the fans surrounding them that rushed the field, thanking each other and sharing what a 35-29 victory over Palo Verde meant to each one of them personally.
Arbor View rushes for 362 yards, takes down Sierra Vista to remain undefeated
Friday, October 19, 2012
high school football:
The Arbor View High football team rushed for 362 yards Friday against visiting Sierra Vista in remaining Nevada’s lone undefeated team with a 56-21 victory.
Photo: Arbor View's Rasheem Parks, from left, Salah Boyce
Arbor View handles Shadow Ridge to remain last undefeated team
Friday, October 12, 2012
high school football:
Arbor View High’s Rasheem Parks passed for a pair of touchdown passes Friday night to lead the undefeated Aggies to a 57-6 victory against host Shadow Ridge.
Spring Valley to forfeit Friday against Arbor View after multiple players suspended
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
high school football:
The Spring Valley High football team is forfeiting its Friday Northwest League opener against Arbor View because several players have been suspended for their role in an altercation during last week’s game, Grizzlies coach Marcus Teal said.
Photo: Arbor View's Steven Davis celebrates with his team
Arbor View defense dominates Centennial
Saturday, September 22, 2012
high school football: Jacob Speaks breaks out with career-high for the Aggies
When people think of Arbor View football, they think of the double-wing and an annual arsenal of running backs. When Arbor View won the coin toss Friday, the Aggies elected to receive.
Strong rushing attack leads Arbor View to win in Battle of the Bulls game
Friday, September 14, 2012
high school football:
The Arbor View High football team didn’t complete a pass Friday night. Rather, the Aggies did all of their damage on the ground in rushing for 463 yards on 46 carries in a 42-28 victory against Legacy in the Battle of the Bulls game.
Arbor View hangs on for victory against Green Valley
Friday, September 7, 2012
high school football:
The Arbor View High football team’s 28-19 victory Friday against visiting Green Valley might turn out being more significant than its blowout win last week against Desert Oasis to open the season.
Arbor View dominant in season-opener, drops Desert Oasis 46-0
Friday, August 31, 2012
high school football:
The Arbor View High football team opened its 2012 season with a 46-0 victory against Desert Oasis, dominating the action from the first kickoff to the last whistle.
Photo: Arbor View football players Donnie Gaskin, Steven
Offseason dedication essential to Arbor View's recent run of success
Thursday, August 30, 2012
HS FOOTBALL:
It’s no coincidence that the two best seasons in Arbor View football history came directly after the two most successful offseason programs. Arbor View coach Dan Barnson has developed a challenging summer weight lifting and conditioning regimen for the Aggies. He asks his players to show up for 90 percent of the sessions and rewards anyone who does with a special “8” sticker on the back of their helmets.
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: Arbor View lineman Elijah George works out in the
Arbor View's Elijah George, a diamond in the rough on recruiting trail, already has offers from UNLV and Duke
Monday, April 23, 2012
high school football: The 6-foot-6, 248-pound offensive tackle didn't start playing football until his freshman year, still very much a work in progress
Arbor View High rising senior offensive lineman Elijah George isn’t your typical college football recruit. Sure, he has all of the measurables college coaches look for in building an offensive line. The tackle is 6-foot-6, 248 pounds and still growing.
Bishop Gorman takes care of Arbor View, next up Palo Verde in Sunset title game
Thursday, November 10, 2011
high school football:
Bishop Gorman High’s Ryan Smith threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Robert Stanley on a fake field goal in the second quarter Thursday in the Sunset Regional semifinals against visiting Arbor View to help the Gaels blow the game open in a 56-19 victory. The win sets up the annual playoff game between Gorman and rival Palo Verde, which is widely considered the most important game in Southern Nevada all year.

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