Published Monday, Feb. 7, 2011 | 3 p.m.
Updated Monday, Feb. 7, 2011 | 3 p.m.
The week of February 8
Brewer vs. Keefer
Las Vegas Sun reporters Ray Brewer and
Case Keefer attempt to pick
the winning team from prep contests
across the Las Vegas area.
Foothill makes quick work of Silverado in what used to be one of the league’s top games.
Foothill 67, Silverado 51
Foothill is picking a perfect time to heat up.
Foothill 66, Silverado 62
The No. 2 seed in the Northeast goes to Valley.
Valley 78, Eldorado 75
Valley is going to be a tough out in the playoffs.
Valley 64, Eldorado 59
Palo Verde clinches Northwest Division title with another close win against Centennial.
Palo Verde 70, Centennial 66
Centennial takes this one to delay the inevitable meeting with Bishop Gorman in the playoffs.
Centennial 65, Palo Verde 60
Western grabs huge win in race for the playoffs.
Western 67, Durango 60
Warriors prevail in what could be the best game of the week.
Western 74, Durango 72
Spring Valley controls its own playoff destiny.
Spring Valley 63, Desert Oasis 58
Spring Valley freshman guard Sean Clancey is a star in the making.
Spring Valley 66, Desert Oasis 58
Foothill earns the season sweep against neighborhood rivals.
Foothill 80, Basic 61
Watch out for a Basic team hungry to make the playoffs, but its push ultimately falls short.
Foothill 62, Basic 59
A win will likely give the Hawks a playoff spot.
Silverado 67, Liberty 65
For variety’s sake, I’ll take Liberty. Don’t quit on me Patriots.
Liberty 52, Silverado 51
My Cowboys need a win to reach the playoffs. Oh, how those Sundevils continue to haunt us.
Eldorado 80, Chaparral 69
The Cowboy Corral will be rocking, but that’s not quite enough.
Eldorado 70, Chaparral 60
Las Vegas controls its own destiny — beat Canyon Springs and reach the playoffs.
Canyon Springs 88, Las Vegas 69
A spirited effort from the Wildcats falls short.
Canyon Springs 79, Las Vegas 72
Sierra Vista is clicking on all cylinders in time for the playoffs.
Sierra Vista 80, Durango 68
An upset isn’t out of the question because this game is likely a must-win for Durango and meaningless for Sierra Vista.
Sierra Vista 80, Durango 76
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