Las Vegas Raiders to open Allegiant Stadium to high school football teams

Here is a little piece of good news showing that Las Vegas High school sports may slowly be returning to something resembling normal. With a huge emphasis on the word “slowly”.

The Las Vegas Raiders and the Clark County School District (CCSD) this week announced a football “jamboree” that will allow nine randomly selected teams to use Allegiant Stadium as a practice/scrimmage facility on April 23 and April 24.

CCSD Superintendent Jesus Jara discussed some of the plans during a news conference at Sierra Vista High School, where it also was announced that limited spectators would be allowed to attend other spring sports when an abbreviated season begins April 16.

Centennial coach Dustin Forshee stated “Since announcing that Las Vegas was going to be home for the Raiders, they have done a phenomenal job when it comes to high school football,”