Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 | 3:20 p.m.
The week of October 18
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.
I’m still convinced Las Vegas could be the last team standing in the Sunrise.
Las Vegas 34, Silverado 17
Wildcats rally to pull out victory in dangerous spot.
Las Vegas 40, Silverado 35
Coronado slows down Falcons’ air attack.
Coronado 27, Foothill 25
Cougars’ defense plays Falcons tougher than any other local team has so far.
Coronado 28, Foothill 20
Legacy won’t have a Gorman hangover.
Legacy 34, Bonanza 13
Longhorns are well on their way to a home playoff game.
Legacy 34, Bonanza 24
Bishop Gorman won’t have a hangover, either.
Gorman 49, Cimarron-Memorial 14
Gorman’s defense is bound to bounce back here.
Bishop Gorman 40, Cimarron-Memorial 0
Mo-Town could clinch a home playoff game with a victory and Cheyenne loss.
Mojave 31, Clark 20
Consider it a done deal.
Mojave 28, Clark 7
Rancho and Valley in back-to-back weeks helps get CSprings healthy.
Canyon Springs 56, Valley 0
Combined rushing and passing, Bradley Alexander II has at least three touchdowns.
Canyon Springs 45, Valley 6
Palo Verde and Arbor View won’t be challenged until facing each other Nov. 8.
Palo Verde 39, Spring Valley 12
Palo Verde makes it four in a row.
Palo Verde 36, Spring Valley 13
Arbor View gives 10 running backs carries this week.
Arbor View 50, Durango 6
Seems like they almost get that high every week.
Arbor View 42, Durango 7
Shadow Ridge defends its home turf, is too physical for Sierra Vista.
Shadow Ridge 26, Sierra Vista 23
This will be the Mountain Lions’ biggest win in years.
Sierra Vista 33, Shadow Ridge 26
Centennial might be young, but the Bulldogs are winning when it counts.
Centennial 20, Desert Oasis 16
Diamondbacks are bound to break through with an upset.
Desert Oasis 24, Centennial 16
A victory gives Faith Lutheran a share of the league title. Great season from Crusaders.
Faith Lutheran 29, Cheyenne 16
Vinny DeGeorge is one of the area’s best receivers.
Faith Lutheran 28, Cheyenne 22
Pahrump still within reach of a second-straight playoff appearance.
Pahrump Valley 39, Western 0
Trojans snap two-game losing streak.
Pahrump Valley 29, Western 12
This year’s Hammer Game will be closer than you think.
Moapa Valley 23, Virgin Valley 19
Zach Hymas has a big game for the Pirates.
Moapa Valley 34, Virgin Valley 20
The Jags remain undefeated in setting up showdown with Moaa Valley for league title next week.
Desert Pines 41, Chaparral 18
Iquan Corsey is having himself a year.
Desert Pines 56, Chaparral 18
This is a must-win game if the Eagles want to reach the postseason.
Boulder City 32, Sunrise Mountain 12
After a disappointing season, Boulder City finishes strong in final two games.
Boulder City 27, Sunrise Mountain 7
The Gators won’t need a last second field goal this week.
Green Valley 58, Rancho 0
This will get ugly fast.
Green Valley 60, Rancho 6
Tyler Newman won’t throw nine TD passes this week.
Liberty 44, Eldorado 12
Let’s give Liberty’s receivers — including Chandler Ivester and Drew Hladek — some credit for Newman’s career day.
Liberty 50, Eldorado 13
Basic quickly shakes off disappointment of Foothill loss.
Basic 45, Del Sol 3
Wolves feast on the Dragons.
Basic 39, Del Sol 6
For more coverage, including photos, videos, stats and schedules, check out our high school football section.