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February 20, 2018

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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.

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.

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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