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High School Football Picks: Week 6

Week of September 28

Brewer's Picks
Last Week:
9-9

This Season:
54-23 (.701)

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:
15-3

This Season:
56-21 (.727)

Perfect example of why the new Division I-A was created: Mojave is 2-0 in league.
Mojave 43, Western 19

Rattlers are one of the most improved teams in the valley and a few breaks away from being 5-0.
Mojave 41, Western 14

First game of league play is a must-win for Durango if it wants to make the playoffs.
Durango 36, Sierra Vista 20

Trailblazers shouldn't have much of an issue putting away the Mountain Lions.
Durango 48, Sierra Vista 15

Prediction: Arbor View enters playoffs undefeated.
Arbor View 37, Spring Valley 0

No letdown for Arbor View after last week's momentous victory.
Arbor View 34, Spring Valley 14

Palo Verde with its first winning streak of the season.
Palo Verde 53, Shadow Ridge 12

Panthers may not give up any points for the next three weeks.
Palo Verde 56, Shadow Ridge 6

Centennial gets back on track after struggling offensively against Arbor View.
Centennial 54, Bonanza 10

Agree with Brewer, except not quite the tune of 54 points.
Centennial 38, Bonanza 14

Cimarron-Memorial gets back to its bread and butter of running the ball.
Cimarron 34, Desert Oasis 16

Spartans defense will be the difference.
Cimarron 20, Desert Oasis 13

Gorman won't be challenged again until late November.
Gorman 63, Legacy 12

It's very possible that the next time the Gaels have a close game comes in the 2013 season.
Gorman 59, Legacy 0

Strength of Liberty's line too much for Canyon Springs.
Liberty 39, Canyon Springs 24

No one left on the Patriots schedule stands much of a chance.
Liberty 36, Canyon Springs 20

I’ll take the best two players on the field — Boyd and Johnson of Basic.
Basic 54, Green Valley 33

Basic's athleticism wins out at the end of the game.
Basic 30, Green Valley 24

Coronado works out a few rough spots before next week’s showdown with Liberty.
Coronado 49, Rancho 0

Coronado's Kevin Lucero will throw for a ton of yards in this one.
Coronado 42, Rancho 7

Las Vegas takes advantage of banged-up Foothill defense.
Las Vegas 23, Foothill 17

This series usually provides excitement. Expecting nothing less this year.
Foothill 21, Las Vegas 20

Del Sol starting to find its stride, wins second straight.
Del Sol 39, Silverado 31

Two inexperienced teams with quality running backs, Alex Cater for Silverado and Cameron Lamont for Del Sol, make this a pick'em.
Silverado 28, Del Sol 26

Cheyenne struggles with travel, but still wins.
Cheyenne 48, Pahrump 26

Travel won't matter. Cheyenne big.
Cheyenne 60, Pahrump Valley 28

Faith Lutheran recovers after tough loss to Mojave.
Faith Lutheran 40, Clark 7

Crusaders must start taking better care of the ball.
Faith Lutheran 39, Clark 13

Desert Pines grabs its first league win.
Desert Pines 43, Sunrise Mountain 20

Never thought the Jaguars would have a record below .500 at this point in the season.
Desert Pines 35, Sunrise Mountain 20

Moapa Valley is clearly the class of the Division I-A.
Moapa Valley 36, Chaparral 18

It's about time Moapa Valley played some decent competition.
Moapa Valley 42, Chaparral 21

Virgin Valley is tough to beat in Mesquite.
Virgin Valley 19, Boulder City 18

The team that makes fewer mistakes will win a close game. So far this year, that's been the Eagles.
Boulder City 22, Virgin Valley 17

I will take the Vikings in this evenly matched game.
Valley 32, Eldorado 26

Vikings celebrate their first victory of the season.
Valley 27, Eldorado 20

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