Friday, Oct. 15, 2010 | 11 p.m.
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Las Vegas Sun reporters Case Keefer and Ray Brewer take a closer look at this week's slate of high school football games, including rivalry contests between Las Vegas-Rancho, Chaparral-Eldorado and Basic-Foothill. The fellas also discuss Liberty's slow starts, Gorman's domination and the lack of quality long snappers. They will also have their weekly picks.
No team can easily defend Silverado tight end Josh Curtis.
“We really want to move the ball through our tight end,” Silverado coach Andy Ostolaza said. “It can cause some problems.”
Curtis, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound junior, now has six touchdowns this season. He accounted for most of Silverado’s 85 passing yards in the game.
“We moved the ball really well on the ground,” Ostolaza said. “I think we used our size on Moapa tonight. We were getting seven yards per carry just pounding it.”
Silverado improved to 4-3. Moapa Valley fell to 3-4.