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Foothill passing game produces another victory
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Foothill sophomore quarterback Drew Doxtator has gone from an unknown at the beginning of the season to one of the valley’s best passers. Doxtator had yet another big night for the Falcons Friday in a 28-13 Homecoming victory over the Silverado Skyhawks. Doxtator threw for all four touchdowns.
Photo: Silverado High School football players Savon Moniz
Second-quarter touchdown enough for Silverado
Thursday, October 6, 2011
high school football:
Silverado’s Deandre Gause scored on a 30-yard pass from Savon Moniuz in the second quarter Thursday and the Skyhawks defense did the rest in a 7-0 victory against visiting Coronado.
Antraye Johnson leads Basic to 20-10 win over Silverado
Saturday, October 1, 2011
high school football:
Basic High School sophomore Antraye Johnson scored two second-half touchdowns to help the Wolves improve to 2-1 in league play with a 20-10 victory over Silverado on Saturday.
Photo: Liberty running back Niko Kapeli makes his way thr
Record rushing day from Niko Kapeli carries Liberty past Silverado
Friday, September 23, 2011
high school football:
The Liberty High football team gained 11 yards on nine first-quarter plays Friday against visiting Silverado. The Patriots had two punts blocked, their quarterback was intercepted twice and they twice lost fumbles. Yes, it wasn’t pretty. But Liberty closed the game with 19 unanswered points, using a school-record 235 rushing yards and three touchdowns from junior Niko Kapeli in a 26-20 victory.
Photo: Del Sol High's Chris Marshall returns a kickoff fo
Del Sol shakes past Silverado in second half
Saturday, September 17, 2011
high school football: Chris Marshall, Raheem Jones improve Dragons to 3-0
Del Sol players yelled encouragingly at each other as they rushed out of the locker room after halftime at Silverado on Friday night. This in no way looked like a team that had been physically dominated and seemingly overmatched through two quarters. The Dragons didn’t play like it the rest of the way, either. Del Sol turned a sloppy first half into a golden second half to slide by Southeast division rival Silverado 28-24 Friday night.
Photo: Silverado High School football players Savon Moniz
Silverado uses rushing from Thurmon, stellar defense to beat Valley
Saturday, September 10, 2011
high school football:
Silverado High’s Izaiah Thurmon had about 125 rushing yards and Coty Iwata added three sacks Friday night in a 21-12 victory against visiting Valley.
Photo: Bonanza High School football players Curtiss Monte
Bonanza rallies in the fourth quarter to beat Silverado
Friday, August 26, 2011
high school football:
A massive upset helped usher in the first week of high school football Friday night. Bonanza, which went 5-5 last season and lost its top two standouts, stunned visiting Silverado, one of the more highly touted teams coming into the season, 30-29.
Photo: Silverado High School football players Savon Moniz
Silverado's early season league schedule won't be easy
Thursday, August 25, 2011
high school football:
The Silverado High football team should have a good gauge early in the season of how it will fare in the competitive Southeast Division. After opening with non-league games against Bonanza and Valley, Silverado hosts league power Del Sol Sept. 16 and travels the following week to face defending league champion Liberty.
Silverado shuts out Del Sol to reach playoffs
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Let the playoff party begin at Silverado. After two years of disappointing near misses, Silverado clinched a berth in this year's playoffs with a 23-0 shutout victory at Del Sol on Friday night. Canyon Springs will host Silverado in a first-round playoff game next week.
Silverado's Ladale Jackson verbally commits to Utah State
Monday, October 25, 2010
prep football:
Silverado High football player Ladale Jackson verbally committed to Utah State last week. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound senior wide receiver and defensive back turned down offers from bigger programs — such as Colorado and Utah — to play for the Aggies because they also recruited him to run track, Silverado coach Andy Ostolaza said.
Silverado gets back on track with win against Moapa Valley
Friday, October 15, 2010
No team can easily defend Silverado tight end Josh Curtis. The Skyhawks took advantage of that Friday night as Curtis caught two touchdowns in a 38-19 victory against Moapa Valley.
Photo: Foothill High School players take turns ringing th
Foothill takes back Victory Bell, stays undefeated with win at Silverado
Friday, October 8, 2010
Practice pays dividends for Falcons, as players say they were ready for key situations
The scramble drill is a staple of every Foothill High football practice. It challenges senior quarterback Parker Riggin to extend plays when he’s facing pressure and finding no open receivers. The drill explains the game-winning touchdown in the 13-7 Foothill (7-0) victory against host Silverado (3-3) Friday night.
Two interception returns for touchdowns help Silverado down Coronado
Friday, October 1, 2010
Corey Iwata and Cade Campbell had interception returns for touchdowns Friday to lead the Silverado High football team to a 37-20 victory against Coronado.
Photo: Basic coach Jeff Cahill gets doused after beating
Basic moves on from last week's loss, beats Silverado 24-21
Friday, September 24, 2010
Wolf Pack secondary accounts for three second-half interceptions
DeVonte Boyd decided it was time for a change. The sophomore wide receiver/defensive back wanted Basic to forget about last week’s stunning upset at Coronado and start fresh in its homecoming game Friday night against Silverado.
Photo: Liberty football players perform a haka after Thur
Liberty uses strength, run game to shut out Silverado
Friday, September 17, 2010
Jeremy Lagasca records two interceptions and a touchdown reception
As many as five teams could have made a case for why they were the best in the Southeast Division earlier this week. Liberty presented its argument on live television Thursday night at Silverado. It was convincing to say the least. The Patriots shut out the divisional rival Skyhawks, 27-0.

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