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Cimarron downs Shadow Ridge, will get extra game next week against Sierra Vista

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Cimarron Memorial High School football players DeMarlo Lewis and Gerard Martinez.

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Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer are back with their weekly high school football podcast. This week's episode plays more like a variety show, as the two touch on a number of issues related to last week's gridiron action.

The Cimarron-Memorial High football team rushed for 342 yards Friday against host Shadow Ridge, including 151 yards and three touchdowns from Demaryae Williams in a 55-7 victory.

Quarterback Gerard Martinez completed 11-of-16 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns, connecting with Anthony Turner for a 16-yard scoring strike and Marques Price for a 37-yard touchdown.

Also, Demarlo Lewis carried the ball for six times for 133 yards and a 57-yard touchdown run.

The game was supposed to be Cimarron-Memorial’s last of the season, but they were given an extra game late this week. The Spartans will play at Sierra Vista next Thursday in place of Western, which last week forfeited its final three games.

While Cimarron (5-4 overall) will miss the playoffs in the competitive Northwest Division, Friday’s win guarantee they will finish with a .500 or better record.

“We are going to work on getting better every week like we always do and try to finish the season with a good game against Sierra Vista,” Cimarron coach John Parcells said.

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