Sam Morris / Las Vegas Sun
Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 | 11:17 p.m.
Las Vegas Sun sports reporters spend extra time this week discussing impending matchups between Green Valley and Coronado and Centennial and Arbor View. They also look back on the Henderson Bowl and Bishop Gorman's thrilling victory. ***Note: We apologize for the audio-level issues and are looking into correcting the malfunction for next week. In the meantime, please turn up your volume in order to hear Keefer.***
Clark is off to its best start in more than a decade.
The Chargers improved to 2-1 on the season tonight, making their first road game a success by beating the Eldorado Sundevils 33-14. Clark never trailed.
“We’re real proud but we know we’ve got some more work to be done,” Clark coach Don Willis said. “Our potential is very high. I think we’re still shaking off some of the rust.”
Clark unveiled a passing game that stymied Eldorado. Junior quarterback Kareem Warren threw for three touchdowns, two to junior tight end Andre Turner and the other to receiver Clifton Smith.
“They made it hard to rush by putting a bunch of guys up front,” Willis explained. “But we did a good job of picking up their stunts.”
The running game eventually got going too as Ty’Rek Wells and Milan Dixon scored on the ground.