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Local product Ronnie Paulo ready for last crack at UNR
Thursday, September 30, 2010
rebels football:
UNLV senior linebacker Ronnie Paulo admits being apprehensive when approached about changing his jersey number to No. 36. He had grown attached the No. 56 he wore his initial three seasons and had to take a day to think over the proposal. But when he started thinking, he realized the change was a no-brainer decision.
Spring Valley starts slow, blows out Western
Friday, September 17, 2010
Spring Valley High needed a quarter to find its rhythm Thursday night in a 68-0 victory against Western. The game was scoreless after the first quarter.
Desert Oasis opens league play by beating Western
Sunday, September 12, 2010
The Desert Oasis High football team had more than 350 yards of offense in the first half in beating host Western 49-6 in the Southwest Division opener for both schools.
Western fights off Sunrise Mountain for first win
Friday, September 3, 2010
Allen Davis' 12-yard touchdown run with less than four minutes to play Friday gave the Western High football team a 14-7 victory against host Sunrise Mountain.
Photo: Allen Davis, Western High School.
Western wants to regain reputation as one of Southwest's top programs
Monday, August 23, 2010
Western coach Fernando Carmona will take the blame for what happened with his team last season. Western went 1-8 and lost six of those games by 29 points or more. Carmona promises the Warriors will be more unified this season and it starts with the coaching.
Durango continues winning streak, beats Western
Friday, October 23, 2009
Durango coach Gary Maki was in awe of his team’s 63-6 victory against Western on Friday night. Maki said he didn’t expect the Trailblazers to win in such dominating fashion.
Bishop Gorman makes quick work of Western
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Bishop Gorman continued its domination of the Southwest Division on Friday night with a 69-6 victory against Western.
High school football brawl sidelines 12 players
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Fernando Carmona pursued the football coaching position at Western High last spring because he believed in the school’s athletes. But just when he thought he was making strides in bringing more structure and discipline to the team, the Warriors took a turn for the worse.
Bonanza, Western game suspended after fight
Friday, October 2, 2009
An early Bonanza rout turned ugly Friday night when a brawl broke out in the middle of the third quarter against Western, Bonanza coach Shawn Dupris said.
Clark pulls away from Western in second half for 42-12 win
Friday, September 25, 2009
For a while, Clark coach Don Willis’ players were driving him crazy. The Chargers had a sloppy first half Friday night and kept Western in the game before eventually pulling away for a 42-12 win.
Brandon Lopez explodes for big yards in Spring Valley win
Friday, September 18, 2009
Spring Valley running back Brandon Lopez had so many touchdowns and yards in a 35-6 win against Western that coach Kelly Murphy lost count. “He had big plays all over the place,” Murphy said.
Desert Pines cruises past Western
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Eric Tuiloma and Noel Darden each had two touchdowns to lead Desert Pines to a 63-16 victory against host Western.
Roundup: Palo Verde blanks Mojave 52-0 in Northwest Division opener
Roundup: Palo Verde blanks Mojave 52-0 in Northwest Division opener
Friday, September 4, 2009
Week 2 — Prep football roundup:
Brandon Wright and Chapell Thomas each had a pair of touchdown runs and Palo Verde led 38-0 at halftime in a 52-0 victory against host Mojave in the Northwest Division opener for both schools.
Senior quarterback propels Western High to victory
Friday, September 4, 2009
The scoreboard could have read, “Dante Warren 20, Pahrump Valley 14.”
Photo: Western football player Donovan Oberkramer Thursda
Western plans to stick with running game
Thursday, August 20, 2009
prep football preview:
Western High coach Fernando Carmona had a rough off season and it had nothing to do with worrying about how the Warriors would replace 14 graduated starters from last year’s team. Carmona had massive internal bleeding in early July and underwent an emergency blood transfusion to save his life. Six weeks later and he’s still recovering — with football on his mind.

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