Published Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010 | 3:05 p.m.
Updated Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010 | 2:21 a.m.
Las Vegas Sun reporters Case Keefer and Ray Brewer break down high school football's tough Southeast Division. Five of the league's seven teams are part of the Sun's top-10 rankings.
A full slate of high school football contests will be played Saturday night.
A majority of the games were scheduled for Saturday to not conflict with the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah, which ended Friday night.
It’s a big week for Sunset Region teams, several of which are opening league play. Also, two Sunset teams — Northwest Division schools Cheyenne and Mojave — are playing their first game.
Defending state champion Bishop Gorman, which is ranked No. 21 nationally by USA Today, starts Southwest Division play against host Clark.
Earlier today, Silverado and Coronado of the Henderson-based Southeast Division picked up easy morning victories in non-league games against teams from the Northeast Division. Friday, 3A classification schools Boulder City and Moapa Valley each beat teams from out-of-state.
There are two games Saturday in the early afternoon, and at 7 p.m., double-digit contests are scheduled to begin.
Check back all day for results as they become final. Click on the headline of the story about your school.
• Green Valley scores 17 points in final eight minutes to rally past Rancho
• Shadow Ridges disposes of Chaparral, 39-6
• Desert Oasis opens league play by beating Western
• Del Sol handles Valley, 49-19
• Parker Riggin passes Foothill to victory against Desert Pines
• Gorman rolls over Clark in league opener
• Strong second half carries Liberty past Spring Valley
• Down 15 points early, Arbor View rallies for double-digit win
• Cimarron closes game with 37 unanswered points, tops Cheyenne
• Coronado cruises past Sunrise Mountain
• Basic comes from behind for 22-21 victory over Canyon Springs
• Palo Verde blanks Mojave behind three touchdowns from Brandon Wright
• Passing attack key for Faith Lutheran in victory against Legacy
• Durango breaks out of offensive slump, scores 74 in win
• Las Vegas allows six passing touchdowns, 475 yards to BYU-committed quarterback
• Silverado scores 61 points in victory against Eldorado
• Two fourth-quarter touchdowns lift Boulder City past River Valley
• Moapa Valley notches victory against Utah school