Here’s a look at what happened during Week 5 of the high school football season.
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Aubrey Nellems scored on a 1-yard run with 25 seconds left and Shadow Ridge held on for a 28-21 road win over fourth-ranked Las Vegas on Friday.
Cesar Barron-Rodriguez nailed a pair of 30-yard field goals, including one in overtime that gave the Pioneers a 33-30 home win over sixth-ranked Basic.
Durango beat Desert Oasis 20-12 Friday at home, in a game that was preceded by half to three-quarters of the Trailblazers team kneeling during the national anthem in support of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s stance on social equality.
Liberty committed a bevy of mistakes in the first half — four turnovers and two offside penalties at critical junctures —and lost 49-32 to host Centennial-Corona (California) in a game that wasn’t quite as close as the score indicated.
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Here is a quick bit of statistical data that might come as a shock: Since the start of the 2015 prep football season, no player in Southern Nevada has more receptions than Liberty’s Darion Acohido.
Reverberations from San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest over racial inequality since last month have stretched across sports throughout the country.
Bishop Gorman opened the second half by running on 10 of 13 plays during an 80-yard scoring drive that gave the nation’s top-ranked team some breathing room, and the Gaels rolled to a 35-7 home victory over 17th-ranked Kahuku (Hawaii).
Here’s a look at what happened during Week 4 of the high school football season.
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