The unofficial Clark County School District football title game takes place when Desert Pines visits six-time defending Sunrise Region champion Liberty at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The time difference here in Hawaii has me all goofed up, which explains why I went with so many double-digit point predictions. Fielder thinks I got too much sun at Hanauma Bay. He’s probably right.
There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about borders and walls. It’s probably because of the way prep football schedules continue to spread across state lines.
Fielder finally made it out of high school and is about to start college. Shocking, right? But before he left, he handed over this column to me, his younger brother. That’s right, another Fielder. Nice to meet you.
Before I can graduate, there's some basketball to discuss. The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association boys and girls state tournaments are in Reno this week, and I took a break from writing my book about the 2015 football season ("The Year of the Butt Punt") to make the trip north and check out all the action.
Instead of taking a vacation or doing an internship this winter, I've decided to stay home and write a book.
Tony Sanchez, the former Bishop Gorman and current UNLV football coach, has it right. Nothing says America more than football on Thanksgiving.
Welcome to "Championship Week." The prep football season is winding down, and four title games are on the docket this week. Most of them are taking place up north, and that means it's time to pack a heavy coat and jump in the car.
Eric and Skeet have been begging me for the past few weeks to use their new power ratings.
This is my favorite week of the prep football season. The Division I-A Southern Region playoffs begin, there are two league titles up for grabs, and all the games are Thursday because of Nevada Day.
The prep football season is winding down, and for the Division I-A teams, this is the final week of the regular season.
"This (stuff) is TOO easy!" After seven weeks of prep football action, I am nailing 72 percent of my picks straight-up. Three of my losses this season came last week when I missed every play in my prop bet extravaganza. (#Karma Right, Durango fans?)
The computer — or maybe it's just numbers pulled from a hat — used by the Clark County School District to create the prep football schedule typically spits out a few good matchups each week.
We've reached the unofficial halfway point of the prep football season, and I'm ready to hand out the Fieldies. My midseason awards usually include a free lunch and a T-shirt for the winners, but I'm saving money for a new pair of Jordans, so no dice this year.