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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.
Photo: Silverado High School football players Corey Iwata
Silverado moves up one spot in high school football rankings
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
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The teams that are part of the Sun's top 10 high school football rankings remain the same this week. Their places in the rankings, however, have changed. Nine of the 10 schools were victorious last week, with then-No. 3 Las Vegas High dropping a road contest to a quality opponent from Utah. That means the Wildcats and Silverado will trade spots at least for the week.
Silverado scores 61 points in victory against Eldorado
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Silverado High’s Izaiah Thurmon and Steven Scamorza each rushed for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns Saturday morning in a 61-14 victory against visiting Eldorado.
Silverado shuts out Desert Oasis to open season
Friday, September 3, 2010
Silverado has become known for its offensive precision in the last few years, but it was the defense that shined in its first victory of the season. Silverado limited Desert Oasis to less than 100 yards of total offense in a 28-0 victory Friday night.
Photo: Silverado High School football players Corey Iwata
New offense could make difference for Silverado
Monday, August 23, 2010
With talented players at several positions, the Silverado High football team is looking to put the misfortunes of the past two seasons behind them. The Skyhawks won their initial five games last year and appeared to be a lock to qualify for the playoffs. But it stumbled down the stretch in losing four of its last five games to miss the postseason for the second straight year.
Randall Cunningham's faith, devotion to children will give him strength
Randall Cunningham's faith, devotion to children will give him strength
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Ray Brewer:
If you ask Randall Cunningham how many children he has, the former UNLV and NFL star quarterback’s response might surprise you: “I have about 150 kids,” he told me Monday.
Green Valley upsets Silverado, 23-17
Friday, November 6, 2009
Entering Friday night’s game, Silverado had everything to play for. Green Valley had already been eliminated from playoff contention.
Silverado beats Foothill 40-15 in Victory Bell game
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Prep football:
Trenton Tipton saw it coming. He stood on the Silverado sidelines, joked with teammates, slapped some helmets and even danced a little. But he never took his eyes off the prize.
Basic overcomes Silverado in game down to the wire
Saturday, October 24, 2009
There were three minutes left to play in Friday night’s divisional showdown between Basic and Silverado when the Skyhawks took the field at their own 15-yard-line trailing by a touchdown. For the Silverado offense, it was three minutes from salvaging the season. For the Basic defense, it was three minutes from validating the season.

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