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Desert Pines High School

Photo: Desert Pines High School football player Tim Hough
He's full of potential and was lightly recruited, making him a great fit for Rebels
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
unlv football: Desert Pines High defensive back could become next Rebels to go from under-the-radar to key contributor
Tim Hough didn’t play for a powerhouse high school football program. In fact, his Desert Pines High team competes in one of Nevada’s lower classifications. The wide receiver and defensive back wasn’t a highly sought after college recruit — UNLV was his only scholarship offer. Hough is one of about 15 players expected to sign with the Rebels Wednesday during national signing day, and his commitment falls perfectly in line with coach Bobby’s Hauck recruiting philosophy.
Photo: Faith Lutheran football players, from left, Danny
Faith Lutheran outlast Desert Pines to reach Division I-A state semifinals
Friday, November 8, 2013
high school football:
The Faith Lutheran and Desert Pines football teams didn’t let either of its fan bases down Friday, engaging in a thrilling shootout that could have gone either way. In the end, Fabian LaGudi’s two-yard touchdown run in the closing minutes gave Faith Lutheran the lead for good in a 48-41 victory over Desert Pines in the Division I-A Southern Region semifinals, giving the Crusaders their 10th straight victory.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Desert Pines runs all over Clark
Friday, November 1, 2013
high school football:
Desert Pines rushed for 408 yards in a 30-13 victory over Clark in the first round of the Division I-A playoffs. Erik Wilkes was the top rusher for the Jaguars, running for 87 yards with a touchdown.
Photo: Moapa Valley High football players (from left) Sam
Moapa Valley still the team to beat, scores quick TDs in topping Desert Pines for Sunrise League title
Friday, October 25, 2013
high school football:
The Moapa Valley High football team scored three touchdowns in the first quarter Thursday against visiting Desert Pines. Desert Pines ran just three plays and trailed 14-0 before even touching the ball. That quick start was all Moapa Valley needed in a 27-13 victory, winning the battle of undefeated teams in the regular season finale to capture the Division I-A Sunrise League title and No. 1 playoff seed.
Photo: Moapa Valley High football players (from left) Sam
Desert Pines-Moapa Valley game could be a state championship preview
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
high school football:
Desert Pines plays at perennial league power Moapa Valley in the Division I-A Sunrise championship game. Both teams are undefeated; both will likely face each other again in the state championship game.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Defense steps up in critical moment to keep Desert Pines undefeated
Friday, October 18, 2013
high school football:
Desert Pines stops Chaparral at the 1-yard line to remain undefeated, and set up epic contest against Moapa Valley.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Corsey steps up to lead Desert Pines over Virgin Valley in battle of unbeaten teams
Friday, October 11, 2013
high school football:
Desert Pines quarterback Iquan Corsey threw for 308 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Jaguars over Virgin Valley.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Desert Pines sets up big game next week with easy win versus Sunrise Mountain
Friday, October 4, 2013
high school football:
Looking at the schedule it appeared Desert Pines’ big game would be next week, and the Jaguars ensured that would be the case by handling Sunrise Mountain (1-5, 0-2) 56-19 on Friday night.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Desert Pines remains unbeaten with blowout victory over Boulder City
Friday, September 27, 2013
high school football:
Eric Wilkes rushes for 239 yards to help Jaguars stay tied atop the Division I-A Sunrise standings.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
High school football top 10: A new team breaks into the rankings
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
high school football:
Let’s shuffle the high school football rankings again. After four-time defending state champion Bishop Gorman there has been much parity this season. And much movement in the rankings, especially for Green Valley High.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Desert Pines controls second half in cruising past Bonanza
Friday, September 20, 2013
high school football:
Iquan Corsey passed for 107 yards and three touchdowns today for the Desert Pines High football team in a 40-14 victory against visiting Bonanza. Desert Pines led by just eight points at halftime, but outscored Bonanza 18-0 in the second half in winning for the fourth straight time to open the season.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Desert Pines posts easy win at Valley; improves to 3-0
Thursday, September 12, 2013
high school football:
The Desert Pines High football team won for the third straight week to open the season, receiving 130 yards and three touchdowns from Iquan Corsey in a 45-14 win against host Valley.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Davis' big day lifts Desert Pines to second win of season
Saturday, September 7, 2013
high school football:
Malik Davis scored four touchdowns to lead the Desert Pines Jaguars to a 41-27 victory over the Pahrump Valley Trojans.
Photo: Desert Pines football players Eric Wilkes, Tim Hou
Corsey stars as Desert Pines pounds Western
Friday, August 30, 2013
high school football:
Desert Pines coach Tico Rodriguez had a successful debut in his team’s 61-0 victory over Western.
Photo: Silverado football players from left, Rohan Walter
Analysis: Five high school football teams on the rise
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
high school football: These teams struggled in 2012 but could have a turnaround this fall
The Silverado High football program typically isn’t mentioned as one of the teams to beat in the Sunrise Region. That honor goes to three-time defending Sunrise champion Liberty, or Northeast League favorite Green Valley. But Silverado could have the players to make some noise this fall. When practices across Southern Nevada officially started this week, Silverado’s field was packed with some new faces, including a handful of linemen who could be difference-makers. Silverado isn’t the only underachieving team from last season capable of a turnaround in 2013.

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