Friday, Sept. 17, 2010 | 8:06 a.m.
Eldorado High's JaQuorrey Williams passed for three first-half touchdowns Thursday and Mike Williams recorded two sacks in a 27-0 shutout against Valley in the Northeast Division opener for both schools.
JaQuorrey Williams connected with Brett VanOrden for a 33-yard scoring strike in the first quarter. He threw a 19-yard touchdown to Thomas Hooper and a 31-yard touchdown to Javen Nihipali in the second quarter.
Eldorado (2-1) has doubled its win total for last year. More importantly, after picking up a Northwest win, they are one step closer to their ultimate goal: the playoffs.
“We are taking one step at a time,” Eldorado coach Vernon Brown said. “It was a big win for the kids. They are going to enjoy it (Friday) and we will get back at it Saturday.”
Justin Brown had 107 rushing yards on 16 carries for the Sundevils.
The Eldorado is one of the oldest casinos in the Las Vegas Valley, opening in downtown Henderson in 1962.
The casino features table games, slot machines, a sports book, a keno lounge and a bingo parlor. Table games include 3 Card Poker, $2 minimum; blackjack with Royal Math 21, $2 minimum, and 10-cent roulette. There are 439 reel, keno and video poker machines, including several coin games. .
Dining options at Eldorado include Mariana's Mexican restaurant and The Cafe, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner — including a $2.99 spaghetti dinner.