Nevada News: 2020 Bishop Gorman High School football schedule

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Once again in 2020, Bishop Gorman will play a challenging out of state schedule. The Gaels, who saw their run of ten straight Nevada high school football state championships snapped last season, will play teams from four different states outside of the Silver State.

Gorman, winners of High School Football America’s 2016 national championship, will open at home on August 21 against Hawaii’s Mililani. The Gaels will then travel to Ohio the next week to play Massillon Washington, which finished No. 55 in the final 2019 High School Football America 100, on August 28. Last year, Gorman finished No. 78 in our national rankings.

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On September 4, Gorman is back home to play Colorado-power Valor Christian, a winner of eight state titles. On September 11, the Gaels will host Lone Peak from Utah in the Polynesian Classic.

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Below is the 2020 schedule as listed on the team’s website:

2020 Bishop Gorman High School Football Schedule

August 21 – Mililani (Hawaii)

August 28 – @Massillon Washington (Ohio)

September 4 – Valor Christian (Colorado)

September 11 – Lone Peak (Utah)

September 18 – Bye

September 25 – Arbor View (Nevada)

October 2 – Legacy (Nevada)

October 9 – @Canyon Springs (Nevada)

October 16 – @Palo Verde (Nevada)

October 23 – Foothill (Nevada)

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