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Friday night roundup: Gorman, GV face tough test against out-of-state foes



Green Valley High School cheerleader Cydnee Johnson talks with a fellow squad member before the start of a football game between the Gators and visiting Basha High School on Friday night in Henderson.

Updated Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013 | 12:38 a.m.

Scores around the valley
  • Moapa Valley 19, Cheyenne 0 (Thursday night)
  • Desert Hills (Utah) 20, Foothill 16
  • Clark 39, Rancho 0
  • Mojave 40, Boulder City 12
  • Bishop Gorman 41, Servite (Calif.) 17
  • Pahrump 28, Chaparral 6
  • Snow Canyon (Utah) 25, Shadow Ridge 6
  • Virgin Valley 26, Faith Lutheran 20
  • Bonanza 38, Sunrise Mountain 7
  • Centennial Corona 60, Liberty 42
  • Basha (Ariz.) 41, Green Valley 17
  • Desert Pines 61, Western 0
  • 2013 Prep Football

    Valley High football players (from left) Noble Hall, Demarrius Oliver and Tyrone Prewitt before the 2013 season. Launch slideshow »

    Early-morning rains won’t stop the high school football season from starting tonight for half of Southern Nevada’s teams.

    The wet weather from the morning has cleared up, and while the playing surface is still wet on most fields, nothing will stop the 2013 season from kicking off.

    The Division I-A season begins this week with all 12 teams in action, including Boulder City visiting Mojave. It’s a rematch of a game Mojave won last year by three points. Other games include: Virgin Valley at Faith Lutheran, Chaparral at Pahrump Valley and Desert Pines at Western.

    Some schools from the large-school Division I classification also have games tonight, all against out-of-state opponents. Last week, Las Vegas teams went 0-3 against out-of-state competition, putting added significance on teams to perform well tonight.

    Four-time defending state champion Bishop Gorman hosts respected California power Servite High of Orange County. It’s the third straight season the schools have played, including last year when Gorman won in blowout fashion.

    The Gaels are looking to get back to their winning ways after dropping their opener last week in the Sollenberger Classic to Mountain Pointe of Phoenix.

    Also today, Green Valley hosts Basha of Arizona, Shadow Ridge hosts Snow Canyon of Utah and Foothill travels into Utah to face Desert Hills.

    Stories about other high school football games around the valley:

    Dixon scores 3 touchdowns to lead Clark past Rancho

    Shadow Ridge drops opener to Utah school, 25-6

    Foothill gains confidence in close loss in St. George

    Leavitt shines in Virgin Valley’s overtime victory over Faith Lutheran

    Liberty scores 42 points against ranked California team, but still loses game

    Corsey stars as Desert Pines pounds Western

    Pahrump Valley handles Chaparral in opener

    Rushing attack powers Bonanza over Sunrise Mountain

    Mojave off to hot start with 40-12 win against Boulder City

    Green Valley coach sees room for improvement after loss to Arizona school

    Gorman back to winning ways, easily handles Servite

    We’ll keep you posted all night as scores become final. Let us know what’s happening at your game by sending photos, scores and information to the Las Vegas Sun on Twitter @lasvegassun using the hashtag #sunstandout.

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