Monday, Nov. 4, 2013 | 10 a.m.
The week of November 8
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 starts its Sunrise title defense with an easy victory.
Liberty 33, Silverado 6
Remember this name during the playoffs: Bryan Roland.
Liberty 38, Silverado 14
Las Vegas beat Basic by 28 points earlier this season, but the score was close at halftime. It will be close again.
Las Vegas 33, Basic 29
Picking Basic when it’s an underdog is an addiction I can’t kick.
Basic 42, Las Vegas 40
Get out your calculators. There might be more than 80 pass attempts in this one.
Green Valley 50, Foothill 31
True, but Green Valley’s will be more efficient.
Green Valley 49, Foothill 27
The Canyon Springs defense is the real deal.
Canyon Springs 20, Coronado 7
Taking a leap of faith with pesky Cougars.
Coronado 17, Canyon Springs 16
Moapa Valley uses first game with Virgin Valley as a wake-up call, shows why it’s a force.
Moapa Valley 35, Virgin Valley 20
This game will come down to the final two minutes. Yes, that close.
Moapa Valley 45, Virgin Valley 42
It was fun while it lasted. Desert Pines ends the Faith Lutheran season, winning streak.
Desert Pines 35, Faith Lutheran 27
Faith Lutheran’s balance keeps it alive for another week.
Faith Lutheran 27, Desert Pines 19
Gorman makes it seven straight undefeated seasons in the Southwest League.
Bishop Gorman 69, Desert Oasis 7
The Chris Lalli Destruction Tour continues.
Bishop Gorman 60, Desert Oasis 7
I’m sticking with my preseason prediction. Palo Verde flexes its muscles, grabs Northwest title.
Palo Verde 24, Arbor View 23
This is year two of a new era. The Northwest belongs to Arbor View.
Arbor View 15, Palo Verde 10
Legacy makes another statement against a quality opponent.
Legacy 40, Centennial 17
Longhorns’ blowout streak comes to an end. Their win streak does not.
Legacy 28, Centennial 20
Shadow Ridge wins to finish regular season with winning record. Great job by the Mustangs.
Shadow Ridge 41, Durango 7
Dustin Puia, Cody Alfar and J Henderson formed a special trio all season.
Shadow Ridge 56, Durango 21
Cimarron, which controls its own playoff destiny, grabs last spot in postseason.
Cimarron 29, Bonanza 23
After letting me down last week, I can’t give Bonanza a chance to do it again.
Cimarron 22, Bonanza 16
Winner makes the playoffs and gets one more game, against powerhouse Gorman.
Sierra Vista 21, Spring Valley 15
Hear that noise? That’s the Grizzlies roaring.
Spring Valley 26, Sierra Vista 20
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