Sometimes, the scoreboard doesn’t tell the full story.
The record will show that Liberty’s football team allowed points on Saturday.
Legacy football coach John Isola was looking for his first win as he sent his players onto the field to face 10th-ranked Cimarron-Memorial on Saturday.
It’s been said many times across all sporting events: “It’s not how you start, but how you finish.”
Eighth-ranked Canyon Springs saw its 21-point lead over No. 10 Eldorado dwindle to just seven points early in the third quarter on Saturday night.
Most coaches would be pleased with a 35-point blowout victory, but Basic coach Jeff Cahill was anything but after the Wolves blasted host Durango 54-19 on Saturday.
As the wind picked up Saturday night in North Las Vegas, Sierra Vista’s Randal Grimes put in a bit more special teams work pre-game, making sure he could adjust to any heavy gusts while catching punts or kickoffs.
Brenden Joyce came off the bench for the last three plays of the game and hit Mark Rubalcaba for the game-winning 77-yard pass on fourth-and-10 with one second remaining Saturday to lead host Faith Lutheran’s football team to a 32-28 win over Mojave.
A huge second quarter Saturday lifted Shadow Ridge’s football team to a 45-20 win at Valley.
Deyon McKinney rushed for 170 yards on 12 carries and scored four first-quarter touchdowns as Silverado’s football team raced to a 62-7 win at Bonanza on Saturday.
Clark’s football team was outgained Saturday, but it didn’t matter.
Marcus Dawson broke loose on scoring scampers of 47 and 75 yards in the first quarter Saturday as Spring Valley scored on each of its first four possessions and rolled to a 48-0 win over visiting Western.
Chaparral’s defense gave up just 21 yards after halftime on Saturday, and the Cowboys scored 28 unanswered points to top visiting Del Sol, 28-6.
Gianni Breland opened the scoring with a fumble return for a touchdown early in the third quarter and added a touchdown catch Saturday to help Desert Pines’ football team to a 26-20 win at Boulder City.