Every high school football game is important, but the Roosevelt High School game on Friday, October 13th will be particularly consequential. Here are six things you need to know about this important matchup: 1. This is the last game of the regular season for both teams and a chance to secure playoff berths. 2. Roosevelt is ranked #1 in the state and #5 in the country, while their opponent, Bishop Gorman, is unranked but considered one of the best schools in Nevada. 3. This will be the biggest high school football game ever played in Nevada. There are already over 60,000 tickets sold, and that number is continuing to grow as the weeks go by. 4. The winner will likely receive a large scholarship offer and potentially even a chance to play in a prestigious college football tournament. 5. This will be one of the most watched high school football games of the year, so make sure you don’t miss it!
6 Things to Know about the Roosevelt High School Football Game
On October 13th, the last game of the regular season for both Roosevelt and Bishop Gorman will be played in Las Vegas. The winner of this game will likely secure a playoff berth and potentially a large scholarship offer. This game is already being billed as one of the most important high school football games of the year, so don’t miss it!
What time does the Roosevelt High School football game start?
The Roosevelt High School football game starts at 7:00 PM.
How can I watch the Roosevelt High School football game online?
If you’re interested in watching Roosevelt High School’s football game online, there are a few options available. You can watch the game live on either ESPN3 or WatchESPN, both of which require a subscription. If you don’t want to pay for a subscription, you can watch the game live on YouTube or CBS Sports. CBS Sports will offer a free live stream of the game, but it is limited to viewers in the United States.
If you’re interested in watching the game on TV, you can watch it on ABC, CBS, FOX, or NBC.
What are the key matchups in the Roosevelt High School football game?
The Roosevelt High School football game is Saturday, November 4th at 7:00 PM. The key matchups are as follows:
Roosevelt (3-4) vs. Hartley (5-2)
Quarterback: Roosevelt’s Jacob Schwartz will square off against Hartley’s Tommy Gibson. Schwartz has completed 62% of his passes for 914 yards and eight touchdowns, while Gibson has passed for 1,572 yards and 16 touchdowns. However, Gibson has also thrown nine interceptions. On the ground, Roosevelt’s Jack Easley will try to keep Hartley’s rushing attack in check while running back James Ward leads the way with 898 yards and 10 touchdowns on the season.
Linebacker/Defensive End: Roosevelt’s Hunter Wigers and Hartley’s Brendon Murphy will be key players on defense. Wigers has 53 tackles, three sacks, four forced fumbles and an interception this year; Murphy has 61 tackles, three sacks, one interception and a fumble recovery. Offensively, Roosevelt is led by quarterback Schwartz from wide receiver Jalen Woods and running back Easley with 69 combined tackles between them.
Running Back: Hartley’s James Ward will be the key player on offense. Ward has 1,974 yards and 23 touchdowns on the season. He is also third in the state for rushing yards, behind only two seniors. Roosevelt’s Jack Easley is second in the state with 1,511 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Who will win the Roosevelt High School football game?
Roosevelt High School will play their final game of the season against Fremont High School on Saturday, November 4th.
The Roosevelt Wildcats have a record of 3-5 for the season and are facing off against a Fremont Vikings team with a record of 5-2.
Both teams have strong offenses and defensive lines, so this game is sure to be intense. With only one game remaining in the regular season, both teams will be looking to secure their spot in the playoffs.
This will be the last chance for fans of both Roosevelt and Fremont to see their favorite players in action this season. Be sure to come out and support your team as they battle it out for first place!
As Roosevelt High School gears up for their big game against rival Edison, there are a few things fans should know about the matchup. First and foremost, this is one of the biggest games of the year for both schools, with bragging rights on the line. Second, don’t be surprised if Rooseveltintendent Dr. Jerry Crow sends out some updated game stats after kickoff; he likes to keep track of all the pertinent information leading up to each contest. Finally, be sure to arrive early as parking will be at a premium in school lot C this afternoon. Go Raiders!