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From left, Moapa Valley High School football players Andrew Huerta, Zach Hymas, Cole Mulcock and R.J. Hubert July 21, 2014. They had their scheduled altered this week because of Monday floods and storms that caused $5 million in damage to Moapa Valley, Overton and Logandale.
Canyon Springs wide receiver Isaiah Johnson keeps his eyes on the ball as he makes a catch during the warm up session before a high school football game against Arbor View at Arbor View High School on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.
Liberty Patriots wide receiver Ethan Dedeaux looks behind him to see no one close in pursuit as he runs a Coronado Cougars kick off 100 yards for a touchdown on Friday night at Liberty High School. Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer try to atone for an obnoxious case of overreaction after the first week of games by dialing back their opinions.
Bad things usually happen to the Nevada Wolf Pack football team when it dares to venture outside of northern Nevada. "ItA1s been a while since we won a road game around here and we need to get that fixed," said Brian Polian, who is 0-6 on the road as Wolf Pack head coach.
Skyler Berntson took the opening hand off, and the Dust Devils were off and running Friday night against Spring Creek. The senior running back went 80 yards and Dayton had a 6-0 lead en route to its first 3-0 start to the season since 2009, when it started 6-0.
On Friday, despite battling flu-like symptoms, Brown rushed for 250 yards and two scores to lead the Senators to a 35-21 win over the Panthers in a nonleague contest. The win was the second straight for Carson, while North Valleys drops to 1-2.
Herman Gray and Noah Noce each scored a receiving and rushing touchdown for the Arbor View High football team in a 45-14 win against visiting Canyon Springs . Gray carried the ball 12 times for 113 yards and a touchdown, and Bryce Poster passed for a pair of touchdowns.
From left, Boulder City High School football players Jacob Jurgschat, Brooks Roe, Jack Rozycki and Phillip Carmell July 21, 2014. Boulder City coach Alex Kazel gave a short answer when asked what he liked about what he saw from his team tonight against Rancho .
After struggling for wins last season, the Yerington boys soccer team already has exceeded its total from last year, winning four of its first five Lion booters reverse fortunes: start strong, win 4 of 5 to open season After struggling for wins last season, the Yerington boys soccer team already has exceeded its total from last year, winning four of its first five Check out this story on rgj.com: http://on.rgj.com/1tKgiKo After struggling for wins last season, the Yerington boys soccer team already has exceeded its total from last year, winning four of its first five games to place third at the White Pine tournament.
When Carson football coach Blair Roman moved Brady Rivera to the defensive line late last season, he knew it was a stop-gap measure to fill a more pressing need. Roman wanted the 6-foot-2 215-pound Rivera at defensive end, and when spring ball started in May, Rivera got his first taste at the position.
Three first-half turnovers on Friday night proved to be game-changers for the Douglas High football team in its 42-7 defeat at North Valleys. Two of those turnovers led directly to touchdowns for North Valleys , as the Panthers surged to a 21-0 halftime lead.
Passing: Carson: Shine 14-5-1 88 yards; Nelson 4-2-0 57 yards. McQueen: Weethee 24-9-1 121 yards Receiving: Carson: Pradere 1-56; Rooker 1-47; Fajayan 1-3; Reid 1-7; Carter 1-26; Castro 2-6.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 02:40 am
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