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November 27, 2014

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Las Vegas has record-setting night in ‘Bone Game’

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Las Vegas High football players (from left) Aaron Zanin-Banks, Randy Ramirez and Eduardo Guardado before the 2013 season.

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Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer are back with their weekly look at high school football. In this episode, they debate how to rank Arbor View, Palo Verde, Green Valley and Liberty.

The "Bone Game" high school football rivalry between Las Vegas and Rancho highs has a storied tradition dating back to the 1950s.

Tonight, part of the rivalry’s history was rewritten.

Las Vegas set a record for points scored and margin of victory in the rivalry, using four touchdowns from Elias Miller in a 70-6 win at Rancho. It was the Wildcats’ 18th straight win in the series.

Previously, the most points scored was 65 by Las Vegas in 1999; the largest margin of victory was 52 points in two separate games, most recently 2010 by Las Vegas.

“It was a fun night. Everybody got in; everybody got to play,” Las Vegas coach James Thurman said.

Las Vegas (3-1) led 56-0 at halftime, including a touchdown when Miller grabbed a loose ball in the end zone after Jacob Anderson blocked a Rancho punt. Miller also had three rushing scores.

Andrew Moreland had two rushing touchdowns, Justin Taitague returned a punt for a touchdown, and Jacob Littlefield scored on a run. Aaron Zanin-Banks and Ricky Shepherd had receiving touchdowns for the Wildcats.

Ray Brewer can be reached at 990-2662 or [email protected]. Follow Ray on Twitter at twitter.com/raybrewer21.

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