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It’s no surprise that high school football is looking to emulate its big brother college football with Media Days that various college conferences have been using for years to get fans excited about the upcoming season.
Wednesday in Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Sun put-on a Media Day that attracted over 30 schools that are anxious to talk about the upcoming season that begins with practice on August 5th.
According to the FOX 5 story, each team held a press conference and posed for pictures.
Headlining Nevada’s Media Day was the state’s premiere program Bishop Gorman, which has won six straight state titles and will be ranked very high when we release our national Top 25 on August 1st.
At the event, The Sun also announced its all-city team that is led by Gorman junior quarterback Tate Martell.
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