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Gorman defense shuts down Spring Valley to set up 'slugfest' with Arbor View
Friday, November 15, 2013
high school football:
Bishop Gorman allotted no time for celebration after getting out of the first round of the playoffs unscathed. As soon as Bishop Gorman wrapped up its 56-0 trouncing of Spring Valley, the Gaels shifted to their focus to next week’s matchup.
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Spring Valley returns to the playoffs by beating Sierra Vista
Friday, November 8, 2013
high school football:
The wait is over. Spring Valley claimed the Southwest Division’s final slot in a 21-13 victory over Sierra Vista Friday night.
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Alfar shoulders load to help Shadow Ridge beat Spring Valley
Friday, November 1, 2013
high school football:
Cody Alfar rushed for 192 yards with three touchdowns to help Shadow Ridge pick up a 32-7 victory over Spring Valley. “He’s a hard-nosed kids who runs the ball hard and worked hard in the weight room,” Shadow Ridge coach Frank Tousa said. “He wants the ball, and he wants as many carries as he can get.”
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Spring Valley snaps losing streak with win against Durango
Thursday, October 24, 2013
high school football:
Spring Valley defeated Durango 24-15, overcoming a 15-7 halftime deficit in the process.
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Palo Verde's Finn has three touchdowns on three carries, helps Panthers beat Spring Valley
Friday, October 18, 2013
high school football:
Jaren Campbell scored on a 60 yard touchdown run on the first play of the game today for the Palo Verde High football team, giving the Panthers a 45-0 homecoming victory against Spring Valley.
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Arbor View handles business against Spring Valley in 44-0 victory
Friday, October 11, 2013
high school football:
There are many distractions involved with homecoming week. Arbor View didn’t let that get in the way, dispatching Spring Valley 44-0 at home tonight.
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Bonanza shakes off blowing lead, rallies to beat Spring Valley
Friday, September 27, 2013
high school football:
DeAndre Garcia caught the game-winning pass with 40 seconds remaining to give Bonanza a 27-22 victory over Spring Valley on Friday.
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Spring Valley overcomes errors to cruise to victory against Del Sol
Friday, September 20, 2013
high school football:
There were two plays most indicative of today’s game at Spring Valley High. The first was Spring Valley’s first offensive play, which they fumbled. That turned into a field goal from Del Sol High.
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Mojave puts Spring Valley away 27-6
Saturday, September 7, 2013
high school football:
Perhaps Mojave really is that good. The Rattlers slithered off their second impressive win in as many weeks Saturday, nearly blanking upper-classification Spring Valley 27-6.
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Valley football groomed players over past few seasons for playoff push this fall
Thursday, September 5, 2013
high school football:
Like many coaches, Valley High’s Marcus Sherman had an idea what his first class of upperclassmen would look like. He’s entering his third season at the helm of the Vikings’ football program, and the players who started off with he first took over the program as freshmen and sophomores have grown up into juniors and seniors. With that in mind, Sherman is expecting his team to take the next step: make the postseason.
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Spring Valley shows promise at times, still falls to Idaho school
Saturday, August 31, 2013
high school football:
Logan Cruz had a 9-yard touchdown run for the Spring Valley High football team today in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough in a season-opening 42-7 loss to Idaho’s Pocatello High in the Rocky Mountain Rumble at Idaho State.
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Spring Valley giving the keys to youngsters with hopes of getting to playoffs
Friday, August 30, 2013
High school football:
It’s unnerving handing the keys to a bunch of kids, but at least Spring Valley High coach Marcus Teal doesn’t have to wait long to see how his group will handle the responsibility.
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Gorman, others prepping this spring to make national splash in August
Thursday, April 11, 2013
high school sports: Coronado and Spring Valley will play in Idaho, Liberty has three games against out-of-state teams; each want to represent Nevada
This will be a chance for Las Vegas area high school football teams to make a statement. During a three-week stretch at the end of August and into early September, nine area programs will open the season against out-of-state competition in games coaches say carry much significance. In addition to getting the players ready for the challenges of league play, they are more than aware of the obvious: The local brand of football is gaining respect nationally each year, meaning teams will be playing for more than the school name on the front of their jersey. They’ll also be representing ...
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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.
Shadow Ridge goes from no wins last year to playoffs in 2012
Saturday, October 20, 2012
high school football:
After the Shadow Ridge High football team dropped its final game of last season to finish with no wins, coach Frank Tousa told the players during his postgame talk that next year would be different. “We set a goal last November with these kids to make the playoffs,” Tousa said.

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