Zach Matlock threw four touchdown passes, and Las Vegas scored on its first two offensive plays of the game to roll to a 56-14 victory over host Valley on Thursday.
Sophomore quarterback Kyle Allison led Bonanza to 29 straight points en route to a 36-19 win over Clark on Thursday.
Foothill defeated Green Valley 20-9 Thursday, clinching a playoff spot and extending its season while ending Green Valley’s.
Virgin Valley’s football team protected its home field with a 20-0 victory over Sunrise Mountain in a Class 3A quarterfinal playoff game on Thursday night.
Jacob Leavitt rushed for 197 and four touchdowns to carry host Moapa Valley to a 40-14 victory over Pahrump Valley in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs Thursday.
Centennial quarterback Jamaal Evans led an attack that scored eight times on its first nine possessions Thursday and never punted in the game to take down visiting Faith Lutheran, 55-14.
Legacy senior running back Samuel Turner rushed for 139 yards and three touchdowns on just 14 carries Thursday, and teammate Amorey Foster supplied TD runs of 46 and 45 yards to power the Longhorns to a road victory over Cimarron-Memorial 41-14.
Diamante Burton and Dexter Hammond each took turns at quarterback for Canyon Springs on Thursday, accounting for all five scores as they finished their Northeast League schedule undefeated with a road win over Rancho.
Lake Mead returned two fumbles for touchdowns on Thursday to key a 40-22 home victory over Agassi Prep and clinch the school’s first playoff berth.
Spring Mountain capped its regular season with a 71-0 home victory over Beaver Dam on Thursday afternoon.
Derek Wagstaff had 21 carries for 204 yards and three touchdowns Thursday to lead Needles’ football team to a 34-7 home victory over The Meadows.
Lincoln County’s Derek Matthews ran for 87 yards and three touchdowns on five carries Thursday as the host Lynx routed Mountain View, 61-6.
Tabor Maxwell completed 12 of 22 passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 58 yards and a score Thursday to lift Pahranagat Valley’s football team to a 50-14 win over visiting Beatty.
Tonopah scored five touchdowns in the first quarter Thursday to beat Sandy Valley on the road 69-28.