Former UNLV and NFL star quarterback Randall Cunningham has always known how to keep his cool, even if he was scrambling out of the pocket, or firing downfield under defensive pressure. This past week, though, as he prepared for his coaching debut with Silverado, he became a bit unnerved when some prognosticators picked against his team versus Shadow Ridge.
On four different occasions Friday night, Spring Valley tried to send Antony Vazquez on a double move against Bonanza's tight secondary coverage. The fifth time worked perfectly.
Charter Oak senior Zion Echols was feeling fairly ill when he arrived at Green Valley on Friday. While that seemed like that would have been a good omen for the host Gators, it may have been the worst thing that could have happened to them.
Moapa Valley senior R.J. Hubert scored his first touchdown on an 83-yard kick return early in the first quarter Friday night. He was only getting started.
Yuma Catholic scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns on Friday night en route to a 48-34 road win over Faith Lutheran.
Quarterback Stephen Wright ran for 141 yards and three first-half touchdowns and threw for 49 yards and a score Friday to lead Sunrise Mountain's football team to a 54-6 win at Western.
Defensive end Alex Carvalho registered two sacks, an interception and a 38-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown in visiting Mojave's 25-0 victory over Chaparral on Friday.
Pahrump Valley's Parker Hart and Daniel Kinkade each scored a first-quarter touchdown to help the Trojans to a 21-0 road win at Del Sol on Friday.
Milan Dixon rushed for 246 yards and three touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, to rally host Clark to a 21-9 victory over Boulder City on Friday.
Tanner Otteson threw for 133 yards and three touchdowns Friday as host Tonopah's football team rolled by Sierra Lutheran, 55-26.
Abraham Medina rushed for 49 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries Friday as host Wooster's football team routed The Meadows, 43-0 in Reno.
Tyshun McClinton rushed for 208 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries Friday to lead host Desert Oasis' football to a 28-12 season-opening win over Durango.
Cedar (Utah) stormed to a 27-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 41-7 win over Virgin Valley on Friday in Cedar City, Utah.
Eureka's football team scored the final 22 points of the game Friday to pull away from host Sandy Valley for a 54-30 win in the season-opener for both teams.
Trenton Poe-Evans finished with five touchdowns Friday to lead Needles' football team to a 60-20 win over Odyssey Institute (Ariz.) in Flagstaff, Ariz.