Several games around the valley were decided in the final minutes Friday, which made for an exciting night,
My’Quel Johnson threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Kenneth Cason with 22 seconds left, and the Chargers opened Southwest League play with a road win Friday night.
The former Clark High School coach’s teams won two state championships in football and five in track and field.
The Aggies finally prevailed 38-32 Friday night by scoring on their overtime drive, then stopping the potent Longhorns’ passing attack on fourth down.
My’quel Johnson threw for 100 yards and two touchdowns for the Chargers, and his 2-yard rushing TD with 7:55 to play was the difference against the Cowboys on Friday night.
Bishop Gorman’s game against Lone Peak (Utah) headlines valley high school football games this weekend.
Liberty’s first four games are all against teams that finished in the top 40 in the nation last season, but the Patriots remain confident despite their 0-3 start.
De’Andre Washington rushed for 62 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries, but the Aggies lost to Hamilton on Friday night in Chandler, Arizona.
Koy Riggin threw two touchdown passes and ran for another, and Foothill held on for a 29-27 home win over Canyon Springs on Friday night.
The Clark, Rancho and Valley football programs have had to find alternative places to practice and play games.
Las Vegas junior quarterback Ja’Shawn Scroggins threw for nearly 300 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to a 42-28 win over Adelanto (Calif.) on Friday.
The 11-game regular-season television schedule was released Friday afternoon. All games will air live at 7 p.m. each Thursday on KVMY (My LV TV).
Here are the all-league and all-region teams, as selected by coaches.
Sparked by individual wins from Rome Odunze and Kyu Kelly, the Gaels wrapped up their second consecutive Class 4A title by scoring 99 points.