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Upset special: Legacy Shocks Arbor View in Rivalry Game

A last minute touchdown made for what could go down as the biggest upset in high school football this season.

The Legacy High football team on Thursday night pulled off the biggest upset of season. And, even though it’s still September, the Longhorns’ effort against No. 2 ranked Arbor View in the “Battle of the Bulls” game likely won’t be matched. 

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Pumphrey TD Seals Sunrise's All-Star Victory

Pumphrey TD Seals Sunrise's All-Star Victory

Pumphrey is set to attend San Diego State University.

Canyon Springs running back Donnel Pumphrey was a late addition to the 42nd annual West Charleston Lions Club Charity All-Star Football Game.

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Canyon Springs Guard Out to Prove He's Learned from Academic Issues

Grades forced Carr to miss most of his junior basketball season, but he hopes to make amends this year.

Shaq Carr knows it’s better to be seen and not heard than the other way around. That’s what he’s striving for, because for the past semester, at least in basketball circles, he was neither.

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Cheyenne's Senior Softball Slugger Nets I-A Honor

A player who struck out just once all season earns top honors.

When the time came for the Division I-A Southern Region softball coaches to pick a most valuable player, the choice couldn’t have been too difficult.

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Resurgent Mojave Spikes Sunrise Mountain, Coasts to I-A Semifinals

The Rattlers continue a remarkable turnaround in a newly created conference.

First-year coach Erik Davis figured it would be difficult to turn around the Mojave boys volleyball program, inheriting a team that had a combined 1-31 record the previous two seasons.

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Cheyenne Seniors Bask in First Postseason Trip

Realignment gives the Desert Shields a chance to see the postseason for the first time in 10 years.

Vanessa Sanders and Megan Ingram have played in more than 100 varsity softball games each in their high school careers.

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Middle School Jersey for UNLV Standout Retired

Middle School Jersey for UNLV Standout Retired

 

A UNLV basketball standout and NBA hopefully had his middle school jersey retired in a ceremony Wednesday.

Anthony Marshall attended Findlay Middle School and graduated from Mojave High School. He just finished his senior year at UNLV.

Marshall's number 23 jersey was retired in an assembly. He is hoping to be drafted or signed by an NBA team in the next few weeks.