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August 23, 2019

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High School Football Picks: Week 6

Several potentially close games could trip up Las Vegas Sun sports editors Ray Brewer and Case Keefer in their attempt to pick every high school football game this week.

They only disagree on a pair of matchups, but there are several other contests where they could both end up wrong.

Check below for their picks on every week 6 game.

The week of September 28

Brewer's Picks
Last Week
11-1 (.916)
Season:
54-20 (.728)

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
11-1 (.916)
Season:
51-23 (.689)

GV will be able to score on Liberty; it won’t be able to hang with Pats in the trenches.
Liberty 41, Green Valley 32

Liberty stands a much better chance slowing Green Valley than vice versa.
Liberty 49, Green Valley 24

There will be a lot of red shirts at Raising Cane’s after the game.
Arbor View 41, Centennial 12

This will once again be a competitive rivalry some day — just not this year.
Arbor View 38, Centennial 6

Wolves motivated for league play.
Basic 31, Silverado 8

Basic hopefully spent its suspension week wisely by improving in practice.
Basic 42, Silverado 13

Closer than you think.
Foothill 23, Coronado 17

Falcons are giving up less than six points per game.
Foothill 26, Coronado 12

Defending Northeast champion Pioneers make a statement.
Canyon Springs 40, Valley 0

Diamante Burton can score as many times as he pleases in this game.
Canyon Springs 56, Valley 7

Winner likely gets a playoff spot.
Eldorado 39, Rancho 17

It’s Jaime Rangel’s time to shine.
Eldorado 34, Rancho 13

Legacy’s ground attack, like Palo last week, will give Faith fits.
Legacy 27, Faith Lutheran 25

Faith Lutheran finds itself in another fight to the finish.
Faith Lutheran 28, Legacy 24

Shadow Ridge running game too much for Spartans to defend.
Shadow Ridge 33, Cimarron-Memorial 13

Mustangs pull away in the fourth quarter.
Shadow Ridge 35, Cimarron-Memorial 24

Anyone have a coin?
Durango 20, Clark 17

I guess my coin landed on the Chargers.
Clark 27, Durango 26

Gorman will be Sierra Vista’s lone league loss.
Sierra Vista 40, Bonanza 15

Mountain Lions’ collection of riches at skill positions wins out again.
Sierra Vista 34, Bonanza 9

Spring Valley in 2006 beat Gorman — a fact I mention every year when they play.
Gorman 50, Spring Valley 0

And Spring Valley might not beat Gorman again until 3006.
Gorman 63, Spring Valley 0

Even state favorite DP will struggle in Pahrump.
Desert Pines 26, Pahrump Valley 13

Jaguars are rolling now.
Desert Pines 36, Pahrump Valley 7

League opener for both. And a must-win in a tough Sunset league.
Cheyenne 39, Western 15

Cheyenne will be tough if it can improve on defense.
Cheyenne 42, Western 13

This time, Sunrise Mountain wins the close game.
Sunrise Mountain 31, Mojave 29

Don’t let me down again, Miners.
Sunrise Mountain 24, Mojave 20

Moapa Valley, always tough to beat at home, rallies for late win.
Moapa Valley 22, Las Vegas 20

Great game in store in Overton.
Moapa Valley 31, Las Vegas 28

My Cowboys win again.
Chaparral 30, Desert Oasis 16

Chaparral is a force to be reckoned with in the class 3A.
Chaparral 30, Desert Oasis 13

Bulldogs get homecoming game victory.
Virgin Valley 27, Boulder City 7

Virgin Valley wins close game, continues to be an enigma.
Virgin Valley 28, Boulder City 21

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