Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010 | 6 a.m.
The week of September 16
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.
Arbor View is making noise in the Northwest.
Arbor View 39, Mojave 0
Arbor View could finish as high as second in the Northwest.
Arbor View 46, Mojave 6
Panthers are the class of the Northwest division.
Palo Verde 40, Centennial 6
What a tough scheduling break for Centennial, facing Palo Verde five days after a war with Arbor View is harsh.
Palo Verde 34, Centennial 13
I’m a believer. Give me the Wolf Pack — big.
Basic 43, Coronado 7
Brewer picking Basic? It’s like a lunar eclipse, you only see it a maximum of once a year.
Basic 52, Coronado 0
Liberty makes it three straight against neighborhood rival Silverado.
Liberty 23, Silverado 19
Liberty is simply too physical for Silverado.
Liberty 27, Silverado 7
Bishop Gorman won’t get caught looking ahead to De La Salle.
Bishop Gorman 58, Sierra Vista 0
Do I believe in miracles? Not to the extent it would take for the Mountain Lions to lose by less than four touchdowns.
Bishop Gorman 70, Sierra Vista 6
’Blazers won’t score 70-plus points this time.
Durango 49, Clark 6
Even I can’t go against Durango this week.
Durango 38, Clark 10
Desert Oasis is not your typical third-year program.
Desert Oasis 49, Bonanza 15
The Southwest is so bad, Desert Oasis could probably make playoffs with its second string.
Desert Oasis 42, Bonanza 21
Spring Valley hung with Liberty last week.
Spring Valley 30, Western 15
The Southwest is so bad, the Grizzlies could probably make the playoffs with their eyes closed.
Spring Valley 35, Western 0
Everyone gets healthy against my Cowboys.
Canyon Springs 40, Chaparral 13
After starting 0-2, Canyon Springs could go undefeated for the rest of the regular season.
Canyon Springs 40, Chaparral 12
Rams are young, but talented.
Rancho 36, Sunrise Mountain 7
The Rams can’t afford to dwell on their heartbreak loss to Green Valley last week.
Rancho 30, Sunrise Mountain 7
Dragons win third straight game.
Del Sol 34, Cheyenne 13
Can Cheyenne bounce back from a lackadaisical opener? Maybe, but Del Sol will offer no room for error.
Del Sol 28, Cheyenne 21
Cimarron doesn’t have enough depth in the defensive backfield.
Faith Lutheran 39, Cimarron 14
It’s time to forget about all that Cimarron lost from last year’s team and focus on what it has. That’s enough good players to win its home opener.
Cimarron-Memorial 24, Faith Lutheran 21
Desert Pines keeps it close in rivalry game.
Las Vegas 28, Desert Pines 16
After last week’s rout in Utah, Las Vegas will only be tested one more time before the playoffs.
Las Vegas 42, Desert Pines 16
The Falcons are the real deal.
Foothill 39, Green Valley 20
Closer than expected, but Foothill still prevails.
Foothill 31, Green Valley 24
Eldog’s JaQuorrey Williams will be the best player on the field — again.
Eldorado 34, Valley 7
Eldorado is making the playoffs this year.
Eldorado 28, Valley 15
Shadow Ridge gets a reality check. Legacy will control the line of scrimmage.
Legacy 20, Shadow Ridge 14
Shadow Ridge is happy about starting 2-0. Legacy is angry about starting 0-2.
Legacy 30, Shadow Ridge 10
Virgin Valley makes easy work of Pahrump in a matchup of old 3A foes.
Virgin Valley 40, Pahrump Valley 13
Pahrump Valley won’t score until it plays Bonanza in two weeks.
Virgin Valley 32, Pahrump Valley 0
This is a bigger mismatch than Gorman-Sierra Vista.
Moapa Valley 62, Cheyenne (JV) 6
Gorman’s margin of victory will be larger than Moapa Valley’s.
Moapa Valley 50, Cheyenne (JV) 21
Boulder City’s offense is still coming together.< br />Canyon View 33, Boulder City 10
Why can’t its offense come together this week?
Boulder City 24, Canyon View 21
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