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California transfers lead Bishop Gorman past Servite, 48-27
California transfers lead Bishop Gorman past Servite, 48-27

Bishop Gorman came to town from Henderson, Nev., on Friday night full of glitter and hype as the No. 1-ranked high school football team in America by USA Today. Who doesn't pay attention to a team that gets TMZ treatment for having the son of Snoop Dogg and the grandson of Muhammad Ali as players? But the two players who made the biggest impact for the Gaels against Anaheim Servite were Southern California transfers. Sophomore quarterback Tate Martell and sophomore receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who lives with Martell, were starters last season as freshmen at Poway High in San Diego County. They moved to Nevada and what a difference they made. Lindsey ran a punt back 92 yards for a...

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