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September 29, 2023


High school football scoring updates

Updated Friday, Sept. 26, 2008 | 11:17 p.m.

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End of first quarter:

  • Cimarron-Memorial and Arbor View both have zeros on the board at the end of the first. The score is tied, 0-0.
  • Bonanza is ahead of Sierra Vista, 7-0. Senior Aaron Simon ran the opening kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown.
  • Clark is on top of Durango, 14-0, after two running touchdowns.
  • Liberty is trailing Del Sol at the end of the first. The score is 12-0.
  • Valley is two touchdowns ahead of Desert Pines. The Wildcats are leading, 14-0.
  • Bishop Gorman and Spring Valley are locked at 0-0.
  • Las Vegas High is 12 points ahead of Chaparral. Heading into the second quarter, the score is 12-0.
  • Coronado is ahead of Green Valley, 8-0.
  • Palo Verde is three touchdowns ahead of Centennial. The game was delayed after Centennial's Gabe Easler, a senior, was injured. At the end of the first, the score is 21-7.


  • Clark is up 14-6 over Durango. Rodriguez caught a 15-yard touchdown catch to put Durango on the board.
  • Cimarron-Memorial has pulled ahead, but Arbor View has points on the board. At the half, the Spartans are ahead, 13-7.
  • Bishop Gorman has a 7-0 lead over Spring Valley.
  • Desert Pines is putting up a fight against Valley. The score is tied, 14-14.
  • Bonanza is up 14-0 at the half over Sierra Vista. Senior running back Antonio Beals ran it in from 2 yards. He has 109 yards at the half. Sierra Vista running back Akil Sharpe has 16 yards at the half against bonanza. He was laying midfield with an injury after being jolted on a Sierra Vista turnover, but was playing in the second half.
  • Basic now has a slight lead over Silverado. The score is 7-3 going into the half.
  • Las Vegas High has a solid 26-7 lead over Chaparral.
  • Green Valley has pulled ahead of Coronado -- at halftime, the Gators are leading, 11-8.
  • Liberty is dragging behind Del Sol -- at the end of the second, the score is 18-0.
  • Palo Verde has 35 points to Centennial's 21 at halftime.

End of third quarter:

  • Basic has pulled even further ahead of Silverado with a 14-3 lead going into the fourth.
  • Bishop Gorman and Spring Valley are still stuck at 7-0, Gaels.
  • Del Sol still hasn’t put a point on the board against Liberty -- at the end of the third, the score is 18-0.
  • Cimarron-Memorial has a lead over Arbor View. Going into the fourth, the Spartans are up, 26-7.
  • Bonanza is up 21-0 at the end of the third. Beals added a 3-yard touchdown run.
  • Desert Pines and Valley both scored in the third, breaking the tie. Desert Pines has pulled ahead, 27-20.
  • Clark is ahead of Durango, 20-15.
  • Coronado is closing in on Green Valley. At the end of the third, the Gators are ahead 18-15.
  • Las Vegas High has a 40-7 lead over Chaparral.
  • Palo Verde is leading Centennial, 48-28.


  • Bishop Gorman has defeated Spring Valley, 14-6.
  • Bonanza blanked Sierra Vista, 21-0.
  • Del Sol knocked off Liberty, 31-6.
  • Basic defeated Silverado, 21-11. Basic scored its first touchdown in the second quarter with a 76-yard run from Charles Phillips. Anthany Lessier intercepted a Silverado pass in the third and brought it home for a 26-yard touchdown return. Robby Faiman scored the final touchdown on a run from the 4-yard line.
  • The Gators got a win over Coronado with a final score of 21-15.
  • Las Vegas High wasted little time early on as Reggie Bullock scored two touchdowns in the game's first six minutes in the Wildcats' 40-15 rout of Chaparral.
  • Tonight marked the 100th win for Palo Verde coach Darwin Rost when the Panthers defeated Centennial, 56-35. Palo Verde running back Chaz Thomas had 235 yards on 16 carries, including two touchdowns. The game was delayed for more than 20 minutes when Centennial's Gabe Easler was taken from the field in an ambulance after suffering a severe concussion. He is expected to be released from the hospital later tonight. "He remembered what he had for lunch today," Centennial coach George Baker said.

Western logs season's first win

Western walked away with its first win of the season Friday at Pahrump Valley, 34-20.

"Our offense did a really great job of putting points on the board tonight," coach John Isola said.

Quarterback Devin Wiedermann rushed for two touchdowns. Wide receivers Kevin Hasbrouck and Thomas Johnson each rushed for a touchdown.

For Pahrump Valley, quarterback Ande Floyd rushed for 173 yards on 22 carries for two touchdowns. Quarterback Chase Williams also had a touchdown.

Western will face Bonanza next week while Pahrump Valley travels to Durango.

Cheyenne blows out Mojave

Cheyenne shut out Mojave on Friday night, 59-0.

“Our defense played really well tonight,” head coach Charles Anthony said. “We had a couple of turnovers which really helped us.”

Running backs Marcus Sullivan, Jordan Butler and Donelle Thompson all rushed for touchdowns.

Cheyenne plays Centennial at home next week; Mojave travels to Shadow Ridge.

Legacy pounds Shadow Ridge, 41-0

The Legacy High Longhorns dominated the Shadow Ridge Mustangs in a 41-0 victory at home Friday night.

"We didn't capitalize on our opportunities and they did," said Shadow Ridge coach Gabe Gledhill.

Despite the shutout victory, Legacy coach David Snyder Jr. said his team had a rough night in some areas.

"We had a couple of big runs, but it wasn't a spectacular performance for us," he said.

Legacy had a slow start to the game but got things rolling in the second quarter with a touchdown run by junior quarterback Deshae Edwards.

"We started out pretty slow," Snyder said. "We need to work on starting early. This is the second week in a row we began slow."

The undefeated Longhorns might need a quick start in next week's game at Arbor View (3-1). Shadow Ridge will host Mojave next week.

"We need to work on basics and finishing," Gledhill said.

Rancho gets by Canyon Springs, 44-31

Visiting Rancho defeated Canyon Springs, 44-31, on its home turf Friday night.

Rancho was up at the half after scoring on a trick play, but there also were some standout players, head coach Elvin Dick said.

“No. 6 Dijon Holman, our receiver, had close to 200 yards,” he said.

Rancho faces Chaparral next week.

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