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September 16, 2019

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High school football roundup: Faith Lutheran comes back to edge Palo Verde

Arbor View Dominates Shadow Ridge

L.E. Baskow

Shadow Ridge’s Brock Weisheim (28) is lifted in the air during tackle by the Arbor View defense during their football game on Saturday, September 23, 2017.

Updated Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 | 11:09 p.m.

Results from games across the valley:

Virgin Valley hangs on against Sunrise Mountain

Durango improves to 2-0 in Southwest League

Gavin Wale's late FG gives Coronado win at Las Vegas

Legacy rushes its way to win against Centennial

Flowers rushes for 220 yards, 3 TDs in Del Sol win over Western

Chaparral blanks Rancho, 63-0

Foothill downs Eldorado, remains undefeated

Logan Jackson pulls Moapa Valley through in ugly game at Boulder City

Faith Lutheran’s comeback win against Palo Verde one for the ages

Bishop Gorman demolishes Bonanza

Sierra Vista pounds Clark for easy victory

Arbor View stays perfect in blowout victory over Shadow Ridge

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The Arbor View and Shadow Ridge high football teams have plenty in common.

They run similar miss-direction rushing attacks, the schools are located a few miles apart in the northwest valley, and Shadow Ridge coach Travis Foster was formerly an assistant coach at Arbor View.

Both teams are undefeated heading into this morning’s crucial Northwest League contest. In observance of the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah, all games are being played on Saturday this week, starting at 11 a.m. with Shadow Ridge hosting Arbor View. Other start times are staggered across town — from 12:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Shadow Ridge has outscored opponents 149-45 in its initial three games, but each result came against an opponent not up to Arbor View’s level. And Arbor View won’t be tricked with the Mustangs’ rushing game because its offense is similar.

Arbor View hasn’t lost a league game in three seasons, including rallying last week for a three-point win against Faith Lutheran.

Other games expected to be close include: Sunrise Mountain at Virgin Valley in a 3A classification showdown, Clark at Sierra Vista in Southwest League play, and Centennial at Legacy in the always-tough Northwest.

Defending state champion Bishop Gorman, which hasn’t lost to a Nevada opponent since 2008, plays its first local game at 1 p.m. against host Bonanza.

We’ll keep everyone posted throughout the day as scores become final. Join our conversation on Twitter using #sunstandout.

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