If there was a way to rate how badly the first quarter went for Liberty on Thursday, it would fall somewhere between catastrophic and disastrous.
Palo Verde’s football team was fired up as it took the field Thursday night to face top-ranked Bishop Gorman.
If defense wins championships, Sierra Vista made a powerful statement Thursday in the first round of the Division I-A playoffs.
Foothill football coach Marty Redmond entered Thursday’s game at Green Valley knowing his team needed to win by at least 10 points to earn a home game in the Division I Sunrise Region playoffs.
Last season, Desert Pines opened up a 20-6 lead over Faith Lutheran in the Division I-A football playoffs, but couldn’t sustain the lead and eventually lost in overtime.
Zach Hymas passed for 174 yards and three touchdowns Thursday as Moapa Valley’s football team rolled to a 41-15 home win over Spring Valley in a Division I-A playoff game.
Boulder City forced turnovers on Faith Lutheran’s first two drives on Thursday, and used a field goal to get on the board first, but the Crusaders scored the next 40 points to beat the Eagles 40-11 in the first round of the Division I-A playoffs.
Bradley Alexander threw for 283 yards and four touchdowns on just 9 of 11 passing Thursday to lead Canyon Springs’ football team to a 56-17 home win over Silverado.
Coronado used a smothering defense Thursday to lock up the top seed in the Southeast League with a 30-0 home win over Basic.
Cimarron-Memorial quarterback Derek Morefield ran for two touchdowns and threw for two scores to power the Spartans (4-5, 2-2 Northwest) to a 47-0 home win over Bonanza on Thursday.
It took until the fourth quarter, but Legacy finally got on the board Thursday night and held on for a 14-6 win over host Shadow Ridge, earning the No. 3 seed in the Southwest League.
Eldorado’s Deven Dabbs completed all 10 of his passes for 267 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Sundevils (4-5) to a 55-18 road victory over Valley on Thursday.
Desert Oasis (2-7, 1-3 Northwest) rushed for 237 yards and five Thursday scores en route to a 35-13 home a win over Durango.
Preston Robbins rushed 24 times for 242 yards and four touchdowns Thursday to help host Lincoln County’s football team to a 51-20 win over Mountain View.
Jack Berkley had 34 carries for 210 yards and four touchdowns to lead The Meadows football team to a 41-28 win at Needles on Thursday.