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High School Football Picks: Week 10

October 27

Brewer's Picks
Last Week:
16-1

Season:
122-25 (.829)

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.

Keefer's Picks
Last Week:
14-3

Season:
117-30 (.795)

Basic struggles without QB Eddie Vega.
Del Sol 30, Basic 23

Think Brewer is right and have a feeling Del Sol finds a way to sneak into playoffs.
Del Sol 28, Basic 24

Liberty will be ready to play this week.
Liberty 29, Foothill 18

Welcome to the Liberty Era of the Southeast division.
Liberty 36, Foothill 20

Green Valley gets back on track for playoffs.
Green Valley 27, Silverado 10

Lost way too many games picking Silverado this year to give it another chance in the final week of the regular season.
Green Valley 28, Silverado 17

Coronado gains momentum for offseason with final-game victory.
Coronado 13, Virgin Valley 12

Coronado will make the playoffs next season.
Coronado 26, Virgin Valley 13

There is little question — Las Vegas is the Sunrise Region’s top team.
Las Vegas 42, Canyon Springs 18

There is no question — Brewer has exchanged his Del Sol pom-poms for a Las Vegas High rally flag.
Las Vegas 45, Canyon Springs 27

A win puts the Vikings in the playoffs.
Valley 38, Sunrise Mountain 14

Productive season under first-year coach Marcus Sherman at Valley continues.
Valley 38, Sunrise Mountain 6

Eldorado spoils Rancho’s chance at the playoffs with an upset victory.
Eldorado 22, Rancho 20

Rancho is going to become the best Northeast team in years to miss the playoffs.
Rancho 30, Eldorado 20

Gorman is undefeated in league play for a third straight season.
Gorman 60, Bonanza 10

Bonanza could cause a chaotic three-way tie in the Southwest with a victory. Not happening.
Gorman 56, Bonanza 13

Glad to see this game scheduled last minute.
Cimarron 40, Sierra Vista 23

Although this game is meaningless, both of teams are worth looking out for in 2012.
Cimarron 42, Sierra Vista 13

Spring Valley closes its season with a win.
Spring Valley 30, Pahrump Valley 16

Next week will be the first time in seven years the playoffs start without Spring Valley participating.
Spring Valley 28, Pahrump Valley 14

Win or lose, Desert Oasis will be the No. 2 seed.
Desert Oasis 49, Clark 12

This Desert Oasis group of seniors should be proud of what they’ve accomplished the last few years.
Desert Oasis 35, Clark 6

Arbor View gets back on track after loss to Gorman.
Arbor View 39, Faith Lutheran 15

Would love to see a Palo Verde vs. Arbor View rematch, but that will have to wait until next year.
Arbor View 46, Faith Lutheran 12

Palo Verde secures an undefeated regular season.
Palo Verde 39, Legacy 6

If Palo Verde is looking past this game, Legacy could give it a scare.
Palo Verde 27, Legacy 20

Mojave wins its second game of the regular season — two more than in 2010.
Mojave 19, Shadow Ridge 17

Hoping this puts an end to the myth that I’m a Mojave-hater.
Mojave 26, Shadow Ridge 17

Moapa Valley clinches an undefeated record in the 3A Southern League.
Moapa Valley 29, Boulder City 13

Moapa Valley’s defensive front will limit Boulder City’s explosive running game.
Moapa Valley 24, Boulder City 7

Desert Pines wins to grab the No. 3 seed from the Northeast.
Desert Pines 34, Chaparral 12

At least Brewer’s Cowboys won one game this season.
Desert Pines 27, Chaparral 13

Centennial’s ground attack is too much.
Centennial 24, Cheyenne 16

Cheyenne peaked at the beginning of the season. Centennial is peaking now.
Centennial 30, Cheyenne 14

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