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Myloe Lewis' four touchdowns help Cheyenne beat Desert Pines in opener
Friday, August 24, 2012
high school football:
If there was any doubt Cheyenne High is the team to beat in the new Division I-A, senior running back Myloe Lewis erased those concerns Thursday in the opening two minutes of the Desert Shields’ first game. Lewis rushed for a 55-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. Then, after a Desert Pines interception, he scored on a 23-yard run in making a big-time opening-night statement. Lewis rushed for 343 yards and four touchdowns on 24 carries in leading visiting Cheyenne to a 30-22 victory.
Photo: Cheyenne football players Darius Gantt, Devin Tatu
It's Cheyenne's state championship to lose
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
high school football: The Desert Shields are widely considered the favorites to win the new Division I-A state crown
Cheyenne High football coach David Cochran frequently delivers a similar message to the players on his team: Championships are won on the field, not the Internet. Ever since the Desert Shields were realigned to the new Division I-A, several in high school football circles have penciled them in as the favorite to win the state title.
Slow start doesn't phase Gorman offense in playoff blowout of Cheyenne
Friday, November 4, 2011
high school football:
The two-time defending state champion Bishop Gorman High football team closed the second quarter Friday with three touchdowns in a two-and-a-half minute stretch in a 49-6 victory against visiting Cheyenne in the Sunset Regional semifinals.
Centennial rallies late against Cheyenne to earn No. 3 seed in playoffs
Friday, October 28, 2011
high school football:
Jacobi Owens’ 8-yard touchdown run and Matthew Kane’s extra point with 2:38 remaining Thursday gave the Centennial High football team a 21-20 victory against Cheyenne and the No. 3 seed from the Northwest Division for next week’s playoffs.
Late touchdown run helps Cheyenne avoid upset bid by Mojave
Friday, October 21, 2011
high school football:
Tyler Spight’s short touchdown run with less than one minute remaining Friday gave the Cheyenne High football team a 16-8 victory against visiting Mojave.
Cheyenne back on track with victory against Shadow Ridge
Friday, October 14, 2011
high school football:
The Cheyenne High football team snapped a two-game losing streak Friday with a 36-13 victory against host Shadow Ridge.
Strong first half gives Arbor View easy win against Cheyenne
Thursday, October 6, 2011
high school football:
Donnie Gaskin rushed for 99 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries Thursday to lead the Arbor View High football team to a 45-14 victory against visiting Cheyenne.
Photo: Palo Verde High School football players Jacob Whit
Special teams play crucial in Palo Verde's lopsided win at Cheyenne
Sunday, October 2, 2011
high school football:
The Palo Verde High football team won this game thanks to its play on special teams. The Panthers opened a 14-point lead Saturday less than six minutes into its Northwest League game with host Cheyenne, using a 54-yard punt return for a touchdown from speedy junior Ryan Beaulieu and a blocked punt to set up another score in a convincing 41-8 victory.
Cheyenne starts slow, pours it on against Faith Lutheran
Saturday, September 24, 2011
high school football:
The Cheyenne High football team recorded a 50-9 victory Friday against host Faith Lutheran for its fourth straight win to open the season.
Photo: Cheyenne High School football players (left to rig
Cheyenne running backs rushing the Desert Shields back into prominence
Thursday, September 22, 2011
high school football:
On a side wall in the Cheyenne High School weight room hangs a tribute to the former players in the football program’s hall of fame.
Photo: Cheyenne High School football players Kenneth Coun
Long scoring runs from Myloe Lewis, blocked extra point help Cheyenne win overtime thriller
Friday, September 9, 2011
prep football: Lewis had two touchdowns of more than 75 yards and Desert Shields forced OT with blocked kick to steal victory
The Cheyenne High football team is making a habit of winning close games. The Desert Shields on Thursday received a 3-yard rushing touchdown from Tyler Spight in overtime against host Cimarron-Memorial and Kenneth Counts followed with the 2-point conversion for a 28-20 victory.
Photo: Cheyenne High School football players Kenneth Coun
Cheyenne slips by Legacy in defensive thriller
Friday, September 2, 2011
high school football:
Cheyenne made a commitment to improve its defense this offseason. The Desert Shields showed it in their season opener Friday, as they stifled visiting Legacy for most of the night on the way to a 16-14 victory.
Photo: Cheyenne High School football players Kenneth Coun
Cheyenne needs to improve defense to bounce back
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Northwest Division Preview:
The way Cheyenne senior running back Tyler Spight feels headed into this football season is representative of the attitude carried by his whole team. Spight came on strong at the end of last year as an electrifying rusher, gaining more than 200 yards in a game on multiple occasions. But according to Cheyenne coach David Cochran, he received shockingly little attention for it.
Photo: Cheyenne High School football players Andrew Calho
Realignment plan could put prep football teams in lower division
Monday, June 13, 2011
Always-athletic Cheyenne, Desert Pines would be forced in same league as Boulder City, other 3A schools
Desert Pines High football coach Paul Bennett could feel slighted. Despite leading his team to the playoffs in five of the past six seasons and sending an athlete to Division I football each of the past four years, the always-athletic Jaguars appear headed to a lower tier of competition.
Photo: Cheyenne High graduate Quinton Carter talks to you
Quinton Carter's passion for helping children, low-income families a calling for local pro football player
Monday, May 30, 2011
When Quinton Carter tells 225 children attending his free three-day football camp at Canyon Springs High that earning a college degree and eating proper foods are as important as athletic ability on the gridiron, he does so with firsthand experience.

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