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Canyon Springs wins second straight by getting past Chaparral
Friday, September 23, 2011
high school football:
The only thing Canyon Springs coach Hunkie Cooper asks for out of his team is to get better each week. He thinks the Pioneers have done that, as they improved 2-2 on the year with a 56-6 victory over Chaparral on Friday night.
Photo: Chaparral High School football player and senior T
Chaparral star determined to succeed, football or no football
Friday, September 23, 2011
The Turnaround:
It was a quiet moment between mother and son at a high school football game, Toure Williams and Angela Choice in a strong embrace. The 17-year-old wide receiver for Chaparral High School wore an inflatable brace on his left knee to stabilize an injured joint.
Photo: Chaparral High School football player Toure Willia
Chaparral closes with 20 unanswered points to beat Sunrise Mountain
Saturday, September 17, 2011
high school football:
The Chaparral High football team picked the right time to win it first game of the season.
Coronado handles Chaparral, 42-14
Saturday, September 10, 2011
high school football:
Chris Johnson and Nate Webb had long touchdown runs for the Coronado High football team Friday in a 42-14 win against host Chaparral.
Photo: Moapa Valley running back Sean McConnell gets past
Moapa Valley back on winning track after routing Chaparral
Friday, September 2, 2011
high school football:
Moapa Valley traveled nearly a combined 1,000 miles to play in its first two games of the season. Therefore, it had to feel nice to be in the comfort of its home stadium Friday night. The final score indicated as much, as Moapa Valley improved to 2-1 with a 54-6 win over Chaparral.
Photo: Chaparral alumni sign in during a fundraiser hoste
Alumni rally to raise money for Chaparral High football program
Sunday, August 21, 2011
When Chaparral High’s football coach put out the word that the program needed help, it was alumni like Casey Kupisch who answered the call. Kupisch, a former center and linebacker for Chaparral, drove five hours from Phoenix to attend an event Saturday to raise money for helmets, pads, weight room equipment and other gear that some schools might take for granted.
Photo: Toure Williams, a Chaparral High School rising sen
Chaparral wide receiver Toure Williams is 'a faster version of Phillip Payne'
Thursday, June 30, 2011
prep football:
Chaparral High football player Toure Williams might be one of the Las Vegas Valley’s best-kept secrets on the college football recruiting trail. He’s partially flown under the radar because Chaparral has had one win in the last two years and because the Cowboys had a coaching change late in the spring. If the 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver played for Southern Nevada powers Bishop Gorman or Palo Verde, he’d likely be one of the area’s top prospects. “Oh, if that were the case, he’d be getting looks galore,” first-year Chaparral coach Bill Froman said.
Mojave's Armstrong, Chaparral's Davis out as football coaches under reorganization
Mojave's Armstrong, Chaparral's Davis out as football coaches under reorganization
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
hs football: The coaches, who are father and son, didn't keep teaching jobs at low-performing schools
Mojave High football coach Tyrone Armstrong said he won’t be back on the sidelines next fall after nine years at the school, becoming a casualty in a School District reorganization plan. For coaches, not being retained in the classroom means losing your job on the athletic field.
Desert Pines returns opening kickoff for touchdown, beats Chaparral 51-7
Friday, October 22, 2010
Desert Pines racked up nearly 500 yards on the ground in a 51-7 blowout victory against Chaparral. Junior Darel Allen-Tucker took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown and the Jaguars held the Cowboys scoreless until late in the fourth quarter.
Eldorado rallies from double-digit deficit, wins Cleat Game in OT
Saturday, October 16, 2010
This game had all of the drama you would expect from a rivalry game. Eldorado’s JaQuorrey Williams rushed for 114 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries Friday, and the visiting Sundevils erased a 13-point first-half deficit against host Chaparral for a 28-27 victory in overtime in the annual “Cleat Game.”
Photo: Eldorado High three-year starter quarterback JaQuo
Rivalry week: Eldorado QB Williams will be in the spotlight during Cleat Game
Thursday, October 14, 2010
prep football: Eldorado's trip to Chaparral one of three rivlary games on tap of significance
Eldorado High football coach Vernon Brown doesn’t hesitate endorsing his quarterback as the state’s best. It’s just that JaQuorrey Williams, a three-year starter for the Sundevils, is also one of the state’s best-kept secrets. With Eldorado struggling for victories the past two years, Williams’ solid performances have gone virtually unnoticed. Come Friday, that will likely change — at least for a few hours.
Valley records first win by beating longtime rival
Saturday, October 9, 2010
The Valley High football team picked a great time to win its first game of the season — homecoming against one of the school’s longtime rivals.
Las Vegas defense continues to shine, blanks Chaparral
Friday, October 1, 2010
The Las Vegas High football team recorded its second shutout in three weeks Friday night, blanking Chaparral 46-0.
Rancho tops Chap, stays undefeated in the Northeast
Friday, September 24, 2010
William Gosse-Gardet passed for two touchdowns and Shamel David scored on a short run Friday to lead the Rancho High football team to a 41-13 victory against visiting Chaparral.
Canyon Springs tops Chaparral, 61-18
Thursday, September 16, 2010
The Canyon Springs High football team on Thursday scored 31 unanswered points after surrendering a first-quarter touchdown in beating host Chaparral 61-18 in the Northeast Division opener for both schools.

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