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Cheyenne wins rivalry game with Cimarron-Memorial
Saturday, September 1, 2012
high school football:
The Duel in the Desert high school football trophy is staying at Cheyenne. Cheyenne’s Myloe Lewis had a rushing and receiving touchdown Friday, leading the Desert Shields to a 26-19 victory against host Cimarron-Memorial in the annual rivalry game. The two schools opened together in 1991 and have played every year for the trophy.
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Cimarron-Memorial enters new league with inexperienced roster ready to prove itself
Thursday, August 30, 2012
High school football:
Cimarron-Memorial High coach John Parcells is undergoing a lot of change this year, and it’s more than just a new division. Parcells’ Spartans enter the Southwest League with a reloaded and inexperienced roster.
Five from Las Vegas taken Saturday in NFL Draft; none from UNLV
Five from Las Vegas taken Saturday in NFL Draft; none from UNLV
Saturday, April 28, 2012
After two days of waiting to hear their names called in the NFL Draft, five players with ties to Southern Nevada were selected on Saturday.
Cimarron-Memorial pounds Sierra Vista to close season
Friday, October 28, 2011
high school football:
Cimarron-Memorial’s Demaryae Williams rushed for 324 yards and five touchdowns on 21 carries Thursday night in the Spartans’ 54-26 victory against host Sierra Vista in the season finale for both schools.
Photo: Cimarron Memorial High School football players DeM
Cimarron downs Shadow Ridge, will get extra game next week against Sierra Vista
Saturday, October 22, 2011
high school football:
The Cimarron-Memorial High football team rushed for 342 yards Friday against host Shadow Ridge, including 151 yards and three touchdowns from Demaryae Williams in a 55-7 victory.
Arbor View, fresh off a victory against Cimarron, ready for challenge of Gorman
Saturday, October 15, 2011
high school football:
Henry Hoffend accounted for three touchdowns Friday for the Arbor View High football team in a 32-20 victory against host Cimarron-Memorial. The win gives the Aggies (7-1 overall, 6-1 Northwest) the No. 2 seed from the Northwest Division in the playoffs, which begin in three weeks.
Centennial wins third straight by beating Cimarron-Memorial
Thursday, October 6, 2011
high school football:
Centennial won a key Northwest Division battle against Cimarron-Memorial Thursday night. The Bulldogs held on in the fourth quarter for a 23-21 victory over the Spartans. Cimarron scored a few times late to make it a close contest, but a 20-yard touchdown pass from Austin Turley to Trajan Pili provided enough insurance for Centennial.
Cimarron-Memorial narrowly takes down Legacy
Saturday, October 1, 2011
high school football:
One of the defining moments of Cimarron-Memorial’s season occurred in a 20-14 victory over Legacy on Saturday night. The Longhorns Steffan Webb broke loose for an 86-yard run early in the game, but the Spartans Marques Price refused to give up on the play. He caught up to Webb at the one-yard line and stripped the ball away for a turnover.
Photo: Palo Verde takes the field for the second half dur
Palo Verde downs Cimarron-Memorial, 28-14
Friday, September 23, 2011
high school football:
Palo Verde is dangerous enough when it sticks to its trademark run game. What happens when the Panthers can throw it, too? Watch out. Palo Verde beat Cimarron-Memorial 28-14 Friday behind two touchdown passes from quarterback Parker Rost.
Demaryae Williams has 330 rushing yards to lead Cimarron past Faith Lutheran
Friday, September 16, 2011
high school football:
Cimarron-Memorial’s Demaryae Williams rushed for 330 yards and three touchdowns Friday in a 49-18 victory against host Faith Lutheran.
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: Cimarron Memorial High School football players DeM
Gerard Martinez's two TD passes helps Cimarron beat Mojave
Friday, September 2, 2011
high school football:
Gerard Martinez passed for a pair of first-half touchdowns Friday to lead the Cimarron-Memorial football team to a 28-7 victory against Mojave in the Northwest Division opener for both schools
Photo: Foothill High School football players Kyle Kepling
Foothill, Cimarron crack the Sun's top 10 rankings
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
high school football: No change at the top with Palo Verde, Del Sol and Arbor View each winning by double digits
If we learned anything last week during the first installment of high school football for the 2011 season, it’s that anything can happened. That anything was a shocking upset by Bonanza, rallying late to beat Silverado 30-29 and knock the respected Southeast Division team out of the top 10. Bonanza wasn’t expected by many to win the game — well, except by the players themselves.
Photo: Cimarron Memorial High School football players DeM
Cimarron-Memorial takes care of Basic, 21-14
Friday, August 26, 2011
high school football:
Cimarron-Memorial at BasicCimarron-Memorial’s Demaryae Williams rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries Friday to lead the Spartans football team to a 21-14 opening-night victory against host Basic.
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Cimarron-Memorial determined to prove last year's season was an 'exception'
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Northwest Division Preview:
Cimarron-Memorial coach John Parcells hopes his players are angry and embarrassed in at least one way. For the first time in 16 years, the Spartans missed the playoffs last season with a 4-6 record. Some interpreted their absence to mean the best days had passed for one of Las Vegas’ traditional powers.

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