Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada has emerged as one of the most dominant high school football programs in the country. With a staggering eight state championships in the last nine seasons and consecutive national titles, the Gaels have solidified their reputation for hard work and discipline. Head coach Tony Sanchez, and now his brother Kenny, have built a powerhouse team with their unwavering commitment to a strong work ethic. This season, Bishop Gorman boasts two Gatorade State Players of the Year: quarterback Tate Martel, who earned the honor as a sophomore, and running back Biagio Ali Walsh, grandson of the legendary Muhammad Ali. Both players have put in relentless efforts to excel in their respective positions and contribute to the team's impressive success. With Martel's breakout performance last year and Ali Walsh's exceptional junior year, the Gaels present a formidable challenge to any opponent they face. Under the leadership of the Sanchez brothers, Bishop Gorman High School has ascended to national prominence in the world of high school football. Their strategic scheduling of high-profile opponents and their relentless pursuit of excellence have propelled the Gaels to unparalleled heights. Join us in watching the video below to learn more about Bishop Gorman's incredible football journey and the extraordinary players who make up this exceptional team.