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The Great Northwest

Tue, Sep 6, 2011 (12:52 p.m.)

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Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer look ahead to another week of high school football and detail why the Northwest division appears to be the strongest in town. Palo Verde, Arbor View, Centennial, Cimarron and Cheyenne have all looked impressive in the early season.

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  1. It seemed like you guys were hatin on Palo's offense. Come on, they were playing Arbor View...picked by most to be the second ranked team in the state. Everyone (except you two) was picking Arbor View to win...and yes that was my kid that scored the winning T.D.

  2. Leeg: I love the Palo offense. Just thought Arbor View did a great job of containing it, and at times, the Palo runners weren't running as hard as I'm used to seeing.

  3. We can say the same about Abor View. Except for Eason's long run (where Lee tracked him down), they were bottled up too. It's like Coach said, the two teams just know each other.

  4. I think the PV/Arbor View game was a bad measuring stick for either team. The game could have gone either way had PV capitalized on turnovers or had AV not committed them. Plus their defenses are used to seeing that Wing T. Leeg you're also right in the fact that the two teams know each other very well, and this year are much more evenly matched than in previous years. I think both Palo and Arbor View puts 40 points on any team in Vegas, save for Gorman.

    A good status check for these two will be how thoroughly Palo beats a solid Centennial team in two weeks and how Arbor View does against Legacy the same week.

  5. Bosshog: Just commenting on a text message I received. I've never seen Tyler play :)

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