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    Cody Charles Carter - C3

    Got the dreaded corrupt file on my Sam Pellegrini RTG and decided to jump right back in. This one will have us a little less in the protagonist's head and a little more reading articles and such.

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    HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL:
    Bishop Gorman scores 72 points, captures third straight state title with domination of Reed

    Bishop Gorman tackle Zach Singer stands over Reed High School running back Ty Shepard after stopping him for a loss during the 4A championship football game Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011 at Damonte Ranch High School in Reno. Gorman won their third consecutive title 72-28.

    By Ray Brewer (contact)
    Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011 | 9:54 p.m.

    RENO — There wasn’t much suspense Saturday at Damonte Ranch High in Reno for the 4A classification state championship football game.

    After all, virtually every contest Bishop Gorman High has played the past three years has been decided before halftime.

    Saturday was no exception.

    Junior quarterback Cody Carter passed for five of Gorman’s eight first-half touchdowns against Reed High of Sparks, helping the Gaels lead by 48 points by halftime in a 72-28 victory for the program’s third consecutive state title.

    Yes, the powerhouse Gaels exploded for 72 points.

    The three crowns are a first for a large-school classification team from Nevada since Northern Nevada’s Wooster High in the mid-1980s, giving Gorman a 43-3 record since head coach Tony Sanchez was hired in 2009 with no defeats against an instate opponent.


    Bishop Gorman celebrates their their third consecutive title. They won by a score of 72-28.

    “I never in a million years when I got here thought we would win three in a row,” Sanchez said. “To be the first Gorman team to ever do that and be the first (Nevada) team in 20-odd years is very special.”

    Against what was supposed to be a quality opponent in Reed, Gorman’s offensive display speaks volumes to its dynasty. At one point in the first half, senior tailback Shaquille Powell had three touchdown runs in a span of four carries, finishing with 86 career touchdowns.

    Carter, who took over for Anu Solomon after a mid season injury, dissected the Reed defense for touchdown passes of 20, 58, 78, 26 and 57 yards. That was all in the first half, too.

    “Words can’t even explain how I’m feeling right now,” Carter said. “It’s pretty special to me to be involved in this.”

    Ryan Smith, who is also a junior, has been Carter’s favorite target. The two hooked up six times for 193 yards, with Smith hauling in long touchdowns of 58 and 78 yards. In last year’s title game, Smith had touchdowns of 33 and 57 yards from Solomon.

    Carter’s final touchdown of 57 yards was to Terrance Chambers with 51.9 seconds left in the half, a play where Chambers made a few nifty moves and outraced the Reed defense to the end zone.

    That made the score 55-7.

    The domination felt similar to a typical Friday night in Las Vegas, where Gorman is so head and shoulders better than local competition that the second half is a mere formality, with reserves running a limited version of the playbook.

    It was the same drill in the state finals.

    Reed, which entered with just one loss and had scored nearly 700 points in 13 games, certainly didn’t play like the state’s second-best team. Gorman has that ability to take teams out of their game.

    “You have to play mistake-free football. We didn’t do that. And that is because of them being such a good football team,” Reed coach Ernie Howren said. “If you really want to be successful and compete against them, you can’t make the mistakes we made.”

    Most of Reed’s success came after the Gorman starters were out. Reed quarterback A.J. Silva, who had passed for 40 touchdowns and 2,700 yards, only had 180 yards passing and three touchdowns.

    Reed scored consecutive touchdowns in the fourth quarter against the Gorman reserves, but Sanchez put Powell back into the game for a game-sealing 3-yard touchdown run with less than four minutes to play. Arguably Gorman’s top offensive player the past three years, it seemed only fitting he score the final touchdown to go along with 156 yards rushing on 16 carries.

    “I tell you what. It never gets old winning them. It never gets old winning these things,” Sanchez said. “The kids come out and they work so darn hard. At the end of the day, to have it pay off like this, it is amazing.”

    Gorman closes the season with a 16-1 record and consensus top-10 national ranking. In the three championship game wins, Gorman has outscored Del Sol (2009), McQueen (2010) and Reed by a combined 174-49.
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    HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL:
    Bishop Gorman head coach names Solomon starting QB

    Bishop Gorman head coach Tony Sanchez talks to quarterback Anu Solomon during their 4A championship football game against Reed High School of Sparks Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011 at Damonte Ranch High School in Reno. Gorman won their third consecutive title 72-28.

    By Danny Adello (contact)
    Wednesday, June 27, 2012 | 6:04 p.m.

    RENO Following today's football practice Bishop Gorman head coach officially named senior Anu Solomon as his starting quarterback. Solomon had been the team's starting quarterback since his freshman year and had been one of the top passers in the state.

    Midway through last season Solomon suffered a season ending knee injury. Cody Carter took over at quarterback and led the team to a third straight state championship.

    "I've never believed in losing your position due to an injury." Coach Tony Sanchez explained. "Once we were sure Anu was 100% we wanted to let him know he was our guy. Cody was great last season and we're glad to have him as our second option."

    "It's helpful for me to know ahead of time and to be able to focus on the upcoming season." Solomon said after he was told he would be the starter. "It's good to have competition but it can be unsettling too."

    Carter was not as upbeat.

    "It's frustrating to be honest." Carter explained. "To do all we did last year and to not really even get a chance to compete? It's disappointing."

    Carter and Solomon are both seniors so there is no next year for Carter.

    Solomon is ranked as the nations 2nd best dual threat quarterback and the 99th best player overall. He signed with Arizona last week.

    Carter is ranked as the #10 pro style quarterback in the nation and the 107th best player overall. He has signed a letter of intent to play at USC.

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