Sam Morris / Las Vegas Sun
Friday, Oct. 18, 2013 | 11:48 p.m.
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Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer glance back at last week's action, which included three of the best games of the year. Ensuing questions include debating the Sunrise Region's favorite, Bishop Gorman's vulnerability and Foothill's potential.
Bonanza players will never want to face Josh Phillips or Damian Robinson-Stallings ever again after Friday night.
The Bengals simply couldn’t get past Legacy’s two defensive leaders at linebacker, falling 56-0 on the road to the Longhorns.
“We just keep getting better defensively,” Legacy coach Dave Snyder said.
Legacy held Bonanza, a team averaging 21 points per game, to less than 50 yards of total offense. The Longhorns’ offense hummed along just fine, with DeMichael Walker running for two touchdowns and Devin Williams passing for two.
Casey Hughes had a rushing and receiving touchdown. It was the second straight eye-opening performance from Legacy, which took Gorman to the brink last week in a 31-18 loss.
“A lot of people think you’re going to have a letdown after Gorman, but I think we were only let down we didn’t beat Gorman,” Snyder said. “Hopefully we get another shot and we can give them an even better run. But we’ve got a lot of other games to get through first.”