Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 | 6:15 p.m.
Week of September 14
Brewer vs. Keefer
Las Vegas Sun reporters Ray Brewer and
Case Keefer attempt to pick
the winning team from prep contests
across the Las Vegas area.
Liberty can't stop the double wing. It's that simple.
Palo Verde 29, Liberty 25
Not seeing any area where Palo Verde has a pronounced advantage over Liberty.
Liberty 27, Palo Verde 17
Traveling to Las Vegas no easy task for New Jersey school.
Gorman 34, Bergen 14
Much closer than the expert to my left thinks. Game may come down to a Kline Fielden field goal.
Gorman 23, Bergen 21
Canyon Springs could be the class of the Sunrise.
Canyon Springs 51, Cheyenne 21
Tobias Carson, A.J. Cooper and the rest of Canyon Springs' defense are going to shut down Cheynne.
Canyon Springs 35, Cheyenne 7
Cimarron-Memorial's rushing attack is too strong for Rancho to stop.
Cimarron-Memorial 37, Rancho 13
Unfortunately because of their schedule, the Rams may go winless this year.
Cimarron 34, Rancho 6
Foothill retains possession of the Victory Bowl.
Foothill 30, Silverado 12
Glad one of these teams will get back on track after disastrous starts to the season.
Foothill 14, Silverado 13
Coronado showed last week it is the real deal.
Coronado 47, Valley 15
Kieran Eissler and Jason Warren are defensive studs on a team full of them.
Coronado 34, Valley 0
California teams always beat Nevada teams.
Rancho Verde 43, Las Vegas 19
This is an opportunity for the Wildcats to play a superior team and learn from the experience.
Rancho Verde 42, Las Vegas 22
I will never pick against my Cowboys in the Cleat Game.
Chaparral 35, Eldorado 29
Fareti Tauaivale is one of the most underrated players in town. He'll keep the glorified shoe on Eldorado's metaphorical foot.
Eldorado 34, Chaparral 28
Green Valley's young players showed they have some talent last week.
Green Valley 31, Del Sol 24
"Some talent"? Gators are the new Patriots. Brewer will never respect them.
Green Valley 28, Del Sol 8
Arbor View's power running game impossible for Legacy to contain.
Arbor View 40, Legacy 22
Still thinking the Aggies could be the second best team in town.
Arbor View 33, Legacy 13
Upset special: I'll take the speed of Marcus Williams and Durango.
Durango 31, Basic 28
Upset special? How about the following two words instead — no chance.
Basic 38, Durango 24
Desert Oasis is the better team in this rivalry game.
Desert Oasis 33, Sierra Vista 15
Despite a rough start, Diamondbacks will compete for a playoff spot in the Southwest division.
Desert Oasis 45, Sierra Vista 16
Bonanza gets to hang the 'banner' at its school.
Bonanza 19, Spring Valley 17
In close games, I'm going to keep picking the Grizzlies every time.
Spring Valley 21, Bonanza 20
Shadow Ridge's Bakari Smith runs wild, but Centennial hangs on for a close victory.
Centennial 29, Shadow Ridge 26
If the Mustangs aren't already having nightmares about Centennial's defense, they will after Friday night.
Centennial 37, Shadow Ridge 6
Schedule-makers aren't kind to Clark. It plays at Moapa, Virgin and now BC.
Boulder City 36, Clark 6
Eagles are soaring with no end in sight.
Boulder City 41, Clark 0
The Bulldogs of Virgin Valley remain undefeated.
Virgin Valley 40, Faith Lutheran 18
Going to hesitantly side with the Bulldogs, who have played with fire the last two weeks.
Virgin Valley 27, Faith Lutheran 24
Every Mojave game comes down to the wire.
Mojave 15, Sunrise Mountain 13
Ty Flanagan will make sure this game isn't close for the Rattlers.
Mojave 49, Sunrise Mountain 20
Desert Pines starting to get a little momentum.
Desert Pines 38, Pahrump Valley 6
As usual, Jaguars will gradually break out of their slow start to the year.
Desert Pines 27, Pahrump Valley 14
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