Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 | 10 a.m.
Week of November 2
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.
Myloe Lewis is again the difference for Cheyenne.
Cheyenne 33, Boulder City 22
Would have picked Boulder City in an upset a couple weeks ago, but Cheyenne is playing too well now.
Cheyenne 38, Boulder City 28
Moapa Valley never loses home games in November.
Moapa Valley 43, Mojave 13
Moapa Valley has as special group of players this year.
Moapa Valley 48, Mojave 20
Gorman is five wins away from a fourth straight title.
Bishop Gorman 56, Shadow Ridge 0
This game alone will serve as an argument against the expanded playoffs.
Bishop Gorman 70, Shadow Ridge 7
Just like earlier this year, Durango will give Centennial a fight.
Centennial 24, Durango 13
Bulldogs have two of the most underrated players in the city — defensive lineman Jordan Karst and all-purpose star Lantz Worthington.
Centennial 34, Durango 8
Arbor View advances to the Sunset semifinals for the third straight year.
Arbor View 51, Desert Oasis 0
Clear the way Centennial vs. Arbor View II next week.
Arbor View 40, Desert Oasis 7
It’s not easy, but Palo Verde advances.
Palo Verde 32, Legacy 25
Major upset, as the Longhorns defense puts the clamps on the Panthers offense.
Legacy 16, Palo Verde 14
Regular season finale sure feels like a playoff game.
Basic 31, Coronado 27
I’ve stared at the screen for the last five minutes until I realized the computer wouldn’t make a pick for me.
Basic 24, Coronado 23
Del Sol finally gets a win. Still shocked.
Del Sol 40, Eldorado 31
Cameron Lamont bids farewell with more than 200 rushing yards.
Del Sol 42, Eldorado 20
This game won’t be like the classic Liberty-Foothill showdowns of the past.
Liberty 32, Foothill 13
Patriots aren’t a lock to come out of the Sunrise region, but they’re going to win big here.
Liberty 35, Foothill 10
GV finishes Northeast play undefeated.
Green Valley 36, Silverado 18
I knew a surprise team would win the Northeast. I just accidentally said “Silverado” when I meant “Green Valley”.
Green Valley 48, Silverado 13
Canyon Springs secures a home playoff game.
Canyon Springs 43, Las Vegas 24
These are similar teams. Don’t count out the Wildcats.
Canyon Springs 27, Las Vegas 21
Valley grabs its first league win in final game of the season.
Valley 32, Rancho 19
Can’t pick the upset here.
Valley 22, Rancho 16
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