LAS VEGAS -- In a city known for its spectacles, Elvis impersonators and moments when people will do just about anything to get noticed, Friday night's nationally televised high school football game between No. 1 St. John Bosco and No. 2 Bishop Gorman produced a scene students will be talking about during their class reunions 20 years from now.
There was lightning, thunder, stiff wind and pouring rain just before kickoff, forcing a 55-minute weather delay and lots of confusion about what to do.
"It never rains in the desert," a dumbfounded Bishop Gorman administrator said.
"It was crazy. It was raining so hard," Bishop Gorman baseball player Nick...