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Sierra Vista High Football

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After not scoring in first quarter, Foothill's offense puts up 57 points on Sierra Vista
Friday, September 27, 2013
high school football:
After Foothill High senior wide receiver David Persi caught his third touchdown pass Friday, he raced back to the sidelines and told coaches visiting Sierra Vista couldn’t stop the play they had just ran. He was right. The 5-foot-8 slot receiver was wide open in the Sierra Vista secondary on two of the touchdowns he scored, racing untouched to the end zone. He scored 0n receptions of 13, 20 and 47 yards, helping the Falcons overcome an early two touchdown deficit in winning 57-44.
Photo: Sierra Vista football players Caleb Stiles, D.J. L
Sierra Vista evens record with victory over Rancho
Friday, September 20, 2013
high school football:
A new era for Sierra Vista’s football program can officially begin now. The Mountain Lions nabbed the first win since John Foss became their coach Friday night, and they did it in fashion. Sierra Vista obliterated Rancho 53-7.
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Cimarron-Memorial piles up yardage in 40-0 victory at Sierra Vista
Friday, September 13, 2013
high school football:
Cimarron-Memorial High quarterback Derek Morefield amassed three total touchdowns in a 40-0 victory Thursday at Sierra Vista High.
Photo: Sierra Vista football players Caleb Stiles, D.J. L
Sierra Vista High looking for advantages anywhere it can
Thursday, September 12, 2013
High school football:
Football is often about finding weaknesses and exploiting them. When a team has the best players at most positions it doesn’t matter much how they use them. But when that’s not the case? Well, that’s when a team like Sierra Vista High goes against the grain.
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.
Photo: Spring Valley football players Devin Dishari, Arma
Spring Valley grinds out a 14-10 season-ending victory at Sierra Vista
Friday, October 26, 2012
high school football:
That 2-0 start to the season seemed like a long time ago Thursday night, but Spring Valley banded together to pull out one more victory for its seniors, 14-10 at Sierra Vista.
Arbor View rushes for 362 yards, takes down Sierra Vista to remain undefeated
Friday, October 19, 2012
high school football:
The Arbor View High football team rushed for 362 yards Friday against visiting Sierra Vista in remaining Nevada’s lone undefeated team with a 56-21 victory.
Bakari Smith accounts for six TDs to help Shadow Ridge down Sierra Vista
Saturday, October 6, 2012
high school football:
The Shadow Ridge High football team broke a double-digit losing streak Friday for the second time this season. The Mustangs gave up three kickoff returns for a touchdown against host Sierra Vista, but still was able to post a convincing 55-24 victory for technically their first win in breaking a 15-game losing streak.
Complete performance powers Durango over Sierra Vista
Friday, September 28, 2012
high school football:
Durango scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams in a 54-27 victory over Sierra Vista.
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.
Photo: Desert Oasis football players Devin Fortenberry, J
Kurtis Brooks rushes for more than 250 yards as Desert Oasis wins rivalry game
Friday, September 14, 2012
high school football:
Desert Oasis’ 33-26 victory over Sierra Vista Friday night could fall under the misleading scores category.
Photo: Chaparral football players Antonio Thomas and Will
Chaparral's fourth-quarter comeback nets victory against Sierra Vista
Friday, August 24, 2012
high school football:
Antonio Thomas had roughly 250 yards of total offense and three touchdowns, helping the Chaparral High football team erase a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit with eight minutes to play and beat visiting Sierra Vista, 28-25. “Our kids didn’t quit. They didn’t lay down,” Chaparral coach Bill Froman said.
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Speedy Sierra Vista seeks to use quickness to its advantage
Friday, August 24, 2012
Get ready to spot to abnormally fast Mountain Lions. Sierra Vista might have its deficiencies this year, but coach Mark Sauve has a way to combat them — old-fashioned speed.
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.
Durango victory sets up playoff showdown with Palo Verde
Saturday, October 22, 2011
high school football:
Durango’s success on any given night is often directly related to its offensive line play. It’s no surprise, then, that Durango coach Gary Maki reported a dominant performance from the guys up front Friday night. Durango played two of its best quarters of the year in the second half against visiting Sierra Vista to win 48-35.

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