After a first quarter without a first down, a defensive touchdown jump-started the No. 12 Bishop Gorman football team, then a 50-yard bomb got the offense going on the way to a commanding 34-7 home win over No. 6 De La Salle (California) on Saturday.
There were more questions than answers the day after a Clark County School District police officer deployed pepper spray to disperse a crowd of high school football players and coaches on the Basic High School football field.
Here’s a look at what happened during Week 4 of the high school football season.
Andre Navares threw for 352 yards and five touchdowns, all of them of at least 40 yards, as host Del Sol beat Rancho 53-14 on Friday.
Sierra Vista’s defensive front was a dominant force in the Mountain Lions’ 41-0 win at Spring Valley in the team’s Class 4A Southwest League opener on Friday night.
Foothill junior Jordan Wilson wasn’t completely satisfied with his team’s defensive performance at Chaparral on Friday night.
Cimarron-Memorial’s football team scored with 31 seconds remaining to stun Centennial and win 31-28 on the road Friday.
Clark County School District police used pepper spray to break up a fight on the field between Canyon Springs and Basic high school football players after the Pioneers’ 20-15 road victory over the Wolves on Friday night.
Anthony Walker made three interceptions, part of eight turnovers for Cheyenne’s football team Friday, as the Desert Shields took down host Valley, 45-30.