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September 18, 2019

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High School Football Picks: Week 4

Las Vegas Sun sports editors Ray Brewer and Case Keefer came to a near consensus on this week’s local high school football games.

They only clash on the outcome of one game, a type of agreement that will become more commonplace as the midseason beckons and more uncompetitive matchups take place.

Check below to find the one dissenting game along with score predictions of the entire schedule.

The week of September 16

Brewer's Picks
Last Week
13-4 (.765)
38-15 (.717)

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.

Keefer's Picks
Last Week
16-1 (.941)
42-11 (.792)

This is the first week Desert Pines will miss its quarterback.
Liberty 46, Desert Pines 23

Off week was very beneficial to Patriots.
Liberty 36, Desert Pines 20

Hawaii will have more fans than Gorman, but hometown Gaels roll.
Bishop Gorman 48, Kahuku 13

Kahuku (Hawaii)
Bishop Gorman

Amod Cianelli is up to the challenge of filling in for Biaggio Ali-Walsh.
Bishop Gorman 38, Kahuku 14

Impressed with Silverado, but ‘Hawks won’t be able to stop Faith’s offense.
Faith Lutheran 31, Silverado 25

Neither team will ever lead by more than two touchdowns, and the result will come down to the final minute.
Faith Lutheran 21, Silverado 20

Wolves score 40 points for a third straight game.
Basic 47, Clark 22

Hope Chargers’ defense is doing extra cardio to keep up with Basic.
Basic 47, Clark 22

Wildcats have no answers for Centennial’s Evans.
Centennial 33, Las Vegas 22

Bulldogs are just a little too much for Wildcats.
Centennial 28, Las Vegas 20

Foothill’s offense finally gets healthy.
Foothill 34, Palo Verde 13

Palo Verde might get it turned around, but probably not this week.
Foothill 24, Palo Verde 21

Defense helps Spartans get rivalry trophy back.
Cimarron 20, Cheyenne 7

Spartans will want to prove themselves after last week’s fiasco.
Cimarron 34, Cheyenne 17

Keefer doesn’t want me to use, ‘Anyone have a coin,’ this week but...
Coronado 21, Legacy 18

This might be the rare place where the coin actually applies.
Legacy 28, Coronado 27

How ‘bout them Mountain Lions! They move to 3-0.
Sierra Vista 38, Eldorado 16

Mountain Lions have built up to this season over last few years.
Sierra Vista 33, Eldorado 6

Mojave has scored six points in three games.
Moapa Valley 23, Mojave 0

Pirates keep alternating wins and losses.
Moapa Valley 34, Mojave 13

The Vialpando to Petite connection is the best in #702hsfb.
Chaparral 42, Pahrump 20

That’s a bit of an overstatement but the Cowboys will keep winning.
Chaparral 27, Pahrump 14

One of these teams will get a much-needed win
Boulder City 19, Valley 18

Eagles have a lot of capable running backs.
Boulder City 23, Valley 7

I underestimated C-Springs. Pioneers can ball.
Canyon Springs 28, Sunrise Mountain 19

Coach McNair is getting Canyon Springs’ defense back to dominance.
Canyon Springs 27, Sunrise Mountain 16

Flowers will rush for more than 100 yards, two touchdowns for Dragons.
Del Sol 23, Rancho 14

Hats off to 3-1 Dragons.
Del Sol 27, Rancho 7

Virgin Valley may be the best team in the Sunrise League of the 3A classification.
Virgin Valley 41, Western 12

Jayden Perkins is a workhorse for the Bulldogs.
Virgin Valley 45, Western 6

For more coverage, check out our high school football section.

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