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Desert Oasis keeps it clean, runs all over Del Sol
Thursday, September 12, 2013
high school football:
Running behind an inexperienced offensive line, Desert Oasis rushes for more than 400 yards in season-opening victory.
Photo: Valley High football players (from left) Noble Hal
Valley never loses faith in comeback victory at Del Sol
Sunday, September 8, 2013
A resilient effort from Valley enabled the team to come from behind in dramatic fashion to cinch a win at Del Sol Saturday night. The Vikings scored 27 points in the final 16 minutes to slay the Dragons 34-23 after trailing the entire game.
Photo: Del Sol High football players (from left) Trent Mi
New Del Sol coach hopes to return Dragons to playoffs
Thursday, September 5, 2013
high school football:
The Del Sol High football team has just a handful of seniors who played last year, a new head coach and will be breaking in a different offense. For all intents and purposes, it appears to be a rebuilding effort this season. That’s just fine for coach Gary Maki, who believes winning could also be part of his inaugural campaign on the Dragons’ sideline.
Photo: Del Sol High football coach Preston Goroff shares
Del Sol's Goroff leaving coaching post
Thursday, December 6, 2012
high school football:
One of the area’s most accomplished high school football coaches is leaving his post. Preston Goroff, who coached Del Sol to the 2009 state championship game, stepped down as the Dragons’ coach last week to pursue a job in administration. Goroff was the only coach in Del Sol’s 10-year history, leading them to four straight appearances in the Sunrise Regional title game from 2006-09.
Photo: Del Sol running back Cameron Lamont walks the side
Del Sol tops Eldorado to close season
Friday, November 2, 2012
high school football:
Cameron Lamont rushed for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns Friday to lead the Del Sol football team to a 35-14 victory against host Eldorado.
Coronado defeats Del Sol for third straight victory
Thursday, October 25, 2012
high school football:
Bring on Basic. That was Coronado’s attitude after the Cougars improved to 6-2 on the year by beating Del Sol 42-32 Friday night.
Photo: Devonte Boyd of Basic catches a pass during the He
UNLV recruiting target Devonte Boyd unstoppable in Basic win
Thursday, October 18, 2012
high school football:
The Basic High football team remained undefeated in Southeast League games Thursday night with a 44-21 win against visiting Del Sol. UNLV recruiting target Devonte Boyd had nearly 200 receiving yards and two touchdowns, and returned a punt about 45 yards for another score, in helping the Wolves improve to 6-1 overall and 3-0 in the Southeast.
Photo: Liberty running back Niko Kapeli shoves away Canyo
Liberty downs Del Sol after star tailback Kapeli goes down with injury
Friday, October 12, 2012
high school football:
If Liberty High head coach Rich Muraco wanted to see how some of his second string players would react to game situations, he got to see plenty of it against Del Sol on Friday.
Foothill prevails in shootout to open Southeast league play against Del Sol
Friday, October 5, 2012
high school football:
Foothill’s desire to start its divisional season with a victory came down to a fourth-and-8 play from the 50-yard line with a minute remaining against Del Sol.
Photo: Del Sol football players Tyrone Rouse, Cameron Lam
Ty Rouse leads Del Sol to first win of the season
Saturday, September 22, 2012
high school football:
Del Sol coach Preston Goroff has a simple explanation for his team’s 56-21 victory over Sierra Vista Friday night.
Sophomore QB Lopez stars for Green Valley
Saturday, September 15, 2012
high school football:
Green Valley High sophomore quarterback Christian Lopez rushed for four touchdowns and passed for another Friday in a 59-33 victory against visiting Del Sol.
Photo: Cimarron Memorial running back Justin Davis breaks
Cimarron-Memorial's Justin Davis, thriving in new position, rushes Spartans to win against Del Sol
Saturday, September 8, 2012
high school football: The 5-foot-5 converted running back had more than 200 yards and two touchdowns to lead Cimarron to road win
Justin Davis was primarily a wide receiver for the Cimarron-Memorial High football team before coaches switched him to running back this summer. It looks like he’s fitting in just fine in the Spartans’ backfield. Davis rushed for 263 yards and two first-half touchdowns Friday night to lead the Spartans to an impressive 27-7 victory against host Del Sol.
Photo: Del Sol football players Tyrone Rouse, Cameron Lam
Del Sol football out for redemption after rocky season last fall
Friday, September 7, 2012
high school football:
The Del Sol High football team missed the playoffs last fall for just the second time since the school opened in 2004. The Dragons were the Sunrise Region champs and state runners-up in 2009, and reached the Sunrise title game four straight seasons for 2006 to ‘09. But last year, they under-achieved for arguably the first time in program history in finishing with a 4-5 overall record.
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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: UNLV linebacker Nate Carter, left, and lineman Ale
UNLV's Alex Klorman never stopped believing he could play college football
Saturday, April 21, 2012
ray brewer: It wasn't always easy, but the walk-on has worked himself into the Rebels' defensive line rotation
Alex Klorman wasn’t good enough to receive a college football scholarship. It was the same humbling blow several high school stars are forced to accept each year. Despite a stellar career at Del Sol High in Las Vegas, the lineman was considered too slow, too small and not strong enough for a spot on a college roster. National signing day came and went, and Klorman was left without any substantial offers. So, he walked on at UNLV, agreeing to pay his own way with aspirations of living out his college football dreams, and knowing that earning playing time would be ...

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