Sam Morris / Las Vegas Sun
Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 | 11:55 p.m.
Devon Mueller threw a touchdown pass to Aedan Bartolowits, Justice Jackson and Te’Vion Reed rushed for touchdowns, and Foothill held on for a 22-18 road win over Silverado to retain the Victory Bell on Friday night.
Foothill never trailed in the rivalry game.
“The kids are excited. It’s always good to win; keeping the bell is huge,” Falcons coach Marty Redmond said. “The kids are always excited to keep the bell. Most importantly, we kept our momentum going. To keep that momentum going as we go to league play is very important.”
Foothill (3-3) overcame another monster game from do-everything Silverado senior Deyon McKinney. Redmond said McKinney had a rushing TD, a kickoff return for a TD and also caught a TD pass.
But overall, Redmond was pleased to hold a potent Silverado team to 18 points.
“As a unit, they all played very well,” he said of his defense. “As a unit, they’re getting better and better.”
The Skyhawks fell to 3-3.