The first play of the game Friday could not have gone worse for the Coronado football team as the Cougars allowed an 80-yard touchdown pass.
Clark took the field for its regular-season finale Friday night at Cheyenne knowing a victory alone would not be enough to secure one of four playoff berths in the Division I-A Sunset League.
Though his team led by 13 at halftime, Moapa Valley junior defensive back R.J. Hubert said the undefeated Pirates felt like they still had work to do Friday against host Chaparral.
The goal for Las Vegas High’s ninth-ranked football team was to minimize mistakes.
It would have been easy for No. 2 Arbor View to be distracted Friday night against Cimarron-Memorial with the week’s Homecoming activities and a Northwest League showdown at Centennial approaching.
After making quick work of Desert Oasis on Friday, the Centennial football team can now set its sights on next week’s showdown with undefeated Arbor View for the Northwest League title.
Green Valley used its hurry-up offense to rack up 518 yards Friday, including 322 on the ground, to beat host Eldorado, 47-38.
Canyon Springs quarterback Bradley Alexander threw for two toucdowns and ran for another on Friday as the Pioneers ended a two-game skid with a 52-0 victory at Valley.
Shadow Ridge’s Dominick Wilson rushed 18 times for 161 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to a 40-7 win at Durango on Friday.
Jack Berkley scored the game’s first four touchdowns Friday to lead The Meadows’ football team to a 47-6 home win over Calvary Chapel.
Pahrump Valley’s football team took the lead with just more than three minutes to play and tacked on another late score Friday to stun visting Sierra Vista, 39-27.
Isaiah Morris rushed for 267 yards and three touchdowns in the first half for Desert Pines, which clinched second place in the league and a home playoff game with a 54-0 road victory over Sunrise Mountain on Friday.
Mojave’s Ty Flanagan rushed for 106 yards with touchdown runs on all three of his carries, leading the Rattlers to a 65-0 home win over Western on Friday.
Taaric Flowers rushed for 329 yards and six touchdowns on just nine carries Friday to lead Del Sol’s football team to a 65-26 win at Rancho.
Agassi Prep’s Kobe Williams and Stephan Laushaul each rushed for more than 100 yards on Friday to lead the Stars to a 57-0 win ove Laughlin at Canyon Springs.