Monday, Aug. 31, 2015 | 4:30 p.m.
The week of September 4
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.
Chap’s played one game; this is Eldorado’s first.
Chaparral 13, Eldorado 12
Michael Davis makes sure the cleat stays at Eldorado.
Eldorado 30, Chaparral 18
Bingham won’t extend game with fake punts this year.
Gorman 41, Bingham 19
Miners have spent a whole year thinking about avenging last year’s overtime loss.
Bingham 20, Gorman 17
Mililani is ranked in the top 25 for a reason.
Mililani 39, Liberty 22
This will be the Patriots’ last loss for a long time.
Mililani 46, Liberty 14
Arbor View takes out anger from DP loss on Legacy.
Arbor View 23, Legacy 16
Arbor View is much better than it played last week, but Legacy is for real this season.
Legacy 27, Arbor View 21
LV’s Hicks runs wild, but Gators prevail in slugfest.
Green Valley 44, Las Vegas 33
This might be the closest game of the week.
Green Valley 31, Las Vegas 30
Palo Verde’s defense makes statement.
Palo Verde 26, Basic 7
Palo Verde is still very much a force.
Palo Verde 34, Basic 27
Centennial will look like a different team this week.
Centennial 41, Shadow Ridge 13
Bulldogs will be extremely focused, which is bad news for the Mustangs.
Centennial 38, Shadow Ridge 7
I’m not giving up on the Falcons. They keep the Victory Bell.
Foothill 31, Silverado 19
Devon Mueller slings the ball all over the field.
Foothill 34, Silverado 28
Spring Valley is one of the better Division 1A teams.
Spring Valley 19, Durango 15
The Grizzlies will show a lot of improvement in a week.
Spring Valley 21, Durango 13
Congrats, Rancho Rams. The streak is over.
Rancho 39, Valley 19
Robert Howard might be Las Vegas’ most underrated running back.
Rancho 20, Valley 18
Pahrump is tough to beat at home, BUT...
Sunrise Mountain 31, Pahrump Valley 23
Devin Dillon will catch at least one touchdown for the home fans.
Pahrump Valley 27, Sunrise Mountain 13
No hangover for the Jags. Start the running clock.
Desert Pines 54, Mojave 6
Since when is Mojave a walkover?
Desert Pines 42, Mojave 22
Desert Oasis might be the city’s most improved team.
Desert Oasis 25, Sierra Vista 19
Daniel Godfrey powers Sierra Vista to close win.
Sierra Vista 24, Desert Oasis 20
Virgin Valley gets in the win column.
Virgin Valley 37, Western 13
Bulldogs maul Warriors.
Virgin Valley 36, Western 6
Bengals put up a fight, fall short in California game.
Yucca Valley 35, Bonanza 21
Yucca Valley (Calif.)
It’s a good week for teams called the Trojans.
Yucca Valley 40, Bonanza 20
Cheyenne looked good last week, but Canyon’s a step up in competition.
Canyon Springs 23, Cheyenne 12
Jerrod Blackwell keeps Canyon Springs from getting upset.
Canyon Springs 29, Cheyenne 23
Moapa Valley fixes some of its mistakes, rides another strong game from Canyon.
Moapa Valley 27, Hurricane 21
Nate Cox gets it together for the Pirates.
Moapa Valley 36, Hurricane 21
Faith Lutheran coach Fox won’t go easy on his alma mater.
Faith Lutheran 33, Cimarron 6
Spartans improve in first week under a new coach, but not enough to take down Crusaders.
Faith Lutheran 28, Cimarron 15
Clark’s Milan Dixon needs to be in conversation when discussing the valley’s top players.
Clark 29, Del Sol 6
Clark won by two touchdowns in its opener, but should post an even bigger margin here.
Clark 32, Del Sol 14
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