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Friday Night Roundup: Las Vegas extends streak in ‘Bone Game,’ Arbor View tops Basic

Arbor View Faces Basic in High School Football

L.E. Baskow

Arbor View’s Bishop Jones (10) lays a serious hit on Basic receiver Xavier Caduto (9) as teammate Andrew Wagner (42) cuts him off for an interception late in the game during high school football on Friday, Sept. 25, 2015.

Updated Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 | 1:44 a.m.

Arbor View Defeats Basic

Arbor View players run out onto the field as they ready to battle Basic in high school football on Friday, September 25, 2015. Launch slideshow »

The Las Vegas High football team has defeated Rancho 19 straight seasons in the "Bone Game" rivalry.

Tonight, when the teams met at 7 at Rancho, the Wildcats are again expected to win in convincing fashion.

Yet, despite the lopsided scores in recent years, the evening still remains as one of best in Southern Nevada during the prep season.

This is the 59th time the schools — two of the original in the area — have played each other, meaning the outcome is only part of the fun. The stands are always packed, especially with alumni from each school, and there’s plenty of pageantry outside the game with competitions between the student councils and bands.

And, Rancho might put up a fight this season.

The Rams (2-2) snapped a 30-game losing streak earlier this month and appear to heading the right direction. Las Vegas has young players at most key positions, but have scored at least five touchdowns in each of its three games this season. Rancho, on the other hand, failed to score last week against Virgin Valley.

This isn’t the lone game of interest tonight.

Basic (3-0) looks to continue its undefeated season at Arbor View in a battle of top-5 ranked teams. And at Coronado, the Cougars host Liberty in a game where there’s no love lost between the neighboring schools. It’s nicknamed the "Rose Bowl" because the schools are located on opposite part of St. Rose Parkway in Henderson.

In the Division I-A, Faith Lutheran and Mojave, each undefeated in the Sunset League, square off in a game where the winner will be in the driver’s seat to win the league championship.

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Stories from games across the valley:

Faith Lutheran only undefeated team in Sunset League after beating Mojave

Centennial breaks out of funk, tops Canyon Springs

Milk leads Pahrump Valley to win over Clark

Eldorado surprises Bonanza, notches first win

Spring Valley keeps momentum with shutout at Western

Desert Oasis improves to 4-1 with victory over Valley

Christian Mayberry, Marquez Powell spark Green Valley to win

Liberty battles through injuries to down rival Coronado

Boulder City proves no match for Desert Pines

Foothill drops 61 points in lopsided win over Shadow Ridge

'Bone Game' brawls nets five ejections; Wildcats again dominate Rancho

Moapa Valley rises to challenge against upper-division Legacy

Bishop Gorman uses strong second half to finish off Servite

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