• Kickoff return for TD to open game from Ryan Smith sparks Gorman past Cimarron

    Ryan Smith returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown Friday to lead the Bishop Gorman High football team past hostCimarron-Memorial, 54-0. “Our kids played really well,” Gorman coach Tony Sanchez said. “The opening kickoff shocked (Cimarron) a little and ignited a spark with our guys.” Smith added a receiving touchdown from Anu Solomon, who also threw a scoring strike to Robert Stanley.

  • Gorman blanks Legacy in first game against local opponent

    Anu Solomon was a perfect 12-for-12 passing with four touchdowns Friday in leading the Bishop Gorman High football team past visitingLegacy, 70-0, in the Southwest League opener. Gorman (4-1, 1-0), which was playing its first local opponent after winning three of four games against national competition to open the season, led 49-0 at halftime. Solomon threw a pair of touchdown passes to Ryan Smith and one each to Jamir Tillman and Justin Sweet.

  • Gorman blanks Servite to regain confidence and finish national schedule with three wins

    The Gaels quickly shift attention to the start of Southwest League play and a game next Friday against Legacy NORWALK, Calif. — The Bishop Gorman Highfootball team made a statement Friday night in its last game against an out-of-state opponent this season. After all, California power Servite High isn’t held scoreless all too often.

  • Gorman pitches shutout, uses three TDs from Nate Starks in downing Servite

    One week after losing to Bergen Catholic, the Gaels are back to their dominating ways in winning California road game Nate Starks rushed for three first-half touchdowns Friday night to lead the Bishop Gorman High football team to a 42-0 victory against California’s Servite High at Cerritos College. Gorman, which had surrendered 40 or more points in its two previous games, was sharp defensively in forcing Servite to punt after three down on its first two possessions. Starks had scoring runs of 14...

  • Gorman football looking to get back into win column

    Gaels play California’s Servite High in final game against an out-of-state foe before opening league play next week Players on the Bishop Gorman High football team have a chip on their shoulder. Last week, the Gaels lost for just the fourth time in the past four seasons, coming up short against Bergen Catholic of New Jersey, 43-35. They don’t have much time to be disappointed.

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