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Green Valley student: 'I got suspended for having school spirit'
Green Valley student: 'I got suspended for having school spirit'
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
HIgh School Sports: Members of student cheering section punished for throwing flour at football game, which principal calls inappropriate; not the first time he's warned the group
An attempt to show school spirit during a high school football game ended in suspension for several Green Valley High School students.
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Green Valley scores 28 unanswered points to close game, eliminate Foothill
Friday, November 8, 2013
high school football:
The Green Valley High football team turned a three-point deficit late in the third quarter today in the Sunrise Regional quarterfinal against visiting Foothill into a 56-31 victory.
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Defense makes life easy for Green Valley offense in victory over Silverado
Friday, November 1, 2013
high school football:
Most, if not all, of the questions surrounding Green Valley entering the season was focused on whether or not its defense could mature fast enough to take the Gators to the next level. If Friday’s 28-6 victory over Silverado is any indication, the answer is yes. The Gators forced five turnovers, giving its potent offense plenty of short fields to produce points.
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It's Perkins again: Green Valley kicker nails yet another game-winner
Friday, October 25, 2013
high school football: Canyon Springs devastated for second year in a row in last-second loss
Scoring the game-winning points in a high school football contest is something most players would never forget. Conor Perkins has done it so many times that they’re all going to be hard to remember.
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Green Valley handles Rancho, 74-6
Friday, October 18, 2013
high school football:
Kyler Chavez had two catches for 71 yards and two touchdowns today, and passed for another score, helping the Green Valley High football team dispose of host Rancho, 74-6.
Photo: Green Valley players hoist up kicker Conor Perkins
Familiar script: Green Valley erases double-digit deficit, wins big game on last-second field goal
Saturday, October 12, 2013
high school football: Gators' Conor Perkins drills a 37-yard field goal at the buzzer to send Green Valley past Las Vegas High, 39-38
The Green Valley High football team led just once Friday against visiting Las Vegas after the first quarter. The Gators, despite trailing by double digits late in the second quarter and being literally a yard — and a second — away from losing, pulled out the miraculous victory.
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Albert Lake scores twice as Green Valley runs past Valley
Friday, October 4, 2013
high school football:
Green Valley had two goals going into its game against Valley Friday night, one obvious objective and one not quite as obvious. The Gators wanted to win their Northeast Division opener and work on their running attack in the process. Mark both down as successes.
Photo: Green Valley kicker Conor Perkins sends off a kick
Green Valley kicker Perkins follows Kohorst again, commits to UNLV football
Saturday, September 21, 2013
unlv football:
Green Valley High place kicker Conor Perkins verbally committed today to the UNLV football team before its home game against Western Illinois. Let the comparisons to current UNLV senior kicker Nolan Kohorst begin. And rightfully so.
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Green Valley gets its confidence back in overtime victory against Palo Verde
Saturday, September 21, 2013
high school football: On the verge of falling to 1-3, the Gators erase a double-digit deficit in the second half to grab thrilling win
The Green Valley High football team might be as good as advertised, after all. The Gators certainly played that way Friday in the closing minutes against visiting Palo Verde, erasing a 13-point second half deficit to grab a momentum-building 42-41 victory in overtime. Green Valley opened the season ranked No. 3 in the Sun’s rankings, but lost two of its initial three games in nearly dropping out of the top 10. By handing No. 2 Palo Verde a rare nonleague defeat, the Gators earned their spot alongside the area’s elite teams.
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Gator Stew: Coronado chomps down on Green Valley once again
Friday, September 13, 2013
high school football:
Riding a breakout performance from sophomore kicker Spencer Cofer, who made two field goals of 40-plus yards in the second half, Coronado beat Green Valley 25-21.
Henderson Roll: Green Valley keeps coveted rivalry trophy for third straight year
Henderson Roll: Green Valley keeps coveted rivalry trophy for third straight year
Sunday, September 8, 2013
high school football: Offensive records shattered courtesy of quarterbacks in 23rd annual Henderson Bowl
Most of the Green Valley student section beat the players in the mad rush to the Henderson Bowl trophy. It wasn’t that the Gators weren’t ecstatic about keeping the city’s preeminent rivalry trophy by downing Basic for a third straight year Saturday night. They were just exhausted.
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Green Valley coach sees room for improvement after loss to Arizona school
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Nobody ever envisions losing the season opener, let alone at home.
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Green Valley football coach tries to downplay high expectations
Thursday, August 29, 2013
high school football:
Expectations are so high for the Green Valley football team, some believe they are the favorites to win the Sunrise Region and not three-time defending region champ Liberty. Green Valley coach Brian Castro isn’t buying into it that notion. “It’s not our focus. We’re focused on what we’re doing on the practice field and what to do to get better,” Castro said. “The kids know there is a little bit of buzz out there. We’re not going to sneaking up on anybody. This year, people kind of know that we’re here and we’re definitely expecting to get everyone’s best efforts.”
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Oregon football lands another local in Green Valley lineman Tyrell Crosby
Monday, April 15, 2013
hs recruiting: The 6-foot-6, 300-pound tackle will join Arbor View's Elijah George on the Ducks' offensive line
The University of Oregon’s football team could have two from the Las Vegas area playing on its offensive line in the upcoming years. Green Valley High's Tyrell Crosby, a 6-foot-4, 295-pound offensive tackle, verbally committed to Oregon Monday following an unofficial visit. Crosby confirmed the commitment on his Twitter account.
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Recruiters are lining up for Green Valley's Tyrell Crosby
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
high school football: The 6-foot-6, 295-pound offensive lineman for the class of 2014 already has a scholarship offer from Oregon, others
It’s 10 minutes before Tyrell Crosby’s sixth-period weight training class at Green Valley High School and college football coaches are already starting to gather for a glimpse of the 6-foot-6, 295-pound offensive tackle. Recruiting website rivals.com classifies him as one of the hottest prospects in the region for the class of 2014, and the interest from coaches more than supports the claim. He’s already received scholarship offers from Oregon, Utah, San Diego State and UNLV, and more offers surely will follow.

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