Nevada Preps football roundup: Desert Pines rout Foothill


The shutout streak nearly continued for Desert Pines.

The Jaguars extended it to 11 quarters before a late touchdown by visiting Foothill on Friday in the 40-7 win at Desert Pines.

Orem (Utah) was the last team to score on the Jaguars, hitting the end zone twice in the fourth quarter of Game 1. That 21-14 loss was the last time Desert Pines (3-1) lost.

Facing Foothill (1-3), Desert Pines dominated all three phases.

Isaiah Rubin scored two touchdowns on special teams, returning an 85-yard kickoff and a 50-yard punt.

The Jaguars also made big plays offensively, with Marquis Roby completing a 60-yard touchdown pass to Massiah Mingo and a 40-yard one to Tyrik Simeus. Roby also ran for a 20-yard score and Greg Burrell for a 10-yard TD.

Spring Valley 33, Desert Oasis 6 — In Spring Valley, the Grizzlies (2-1) scored twice defensively in the one-sided victory.

Kory Villareal intercepted two passes, returning one from 70 yards for a touchdown, and teammate Ethan Shuford returned a 72-yard fumble for a TD.

Tip Manu rushed for TDs from 45 yards and 1 yard.

Desert Oasis is 1-2.

Shadow Ridge 42, Palo Green 6 — At Palo Verde, the Mustangs (3-1) received 100-yard performances from two backs.

Coen Coloma gained 142 yards on six carries and Davison Glenn gained 100 yards on three carries. Each player also scored two touchdowns.

Teammate Jon Wilson went for 72 yards on seven attempts and Caleb Fisher caught a 61-yard TD pass.

Palo Verde is 1-3.

Atascocite (Texas) 45, Liberty 8 — In Atascocita, the Patriots (1-3) avoided a shutout by scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

It was their third straight loss, but all to out-of-state teams. Atascocite is 2-1.

“We have to improve,” Liberty coach Rich Muraco said. “Everything, we have to improve.”

Base 57, Chaparral 0 — At Chaparral, Joey Garza threw three touchdown passes to lead Wolves (4-0).

The Cowboys (1-3) trailed 42-0 at halftime.

Basic’s last three victories have been routs. Wolves outscored these opponents by a combined 129-16.

Their only close game was the opener, a 14-0 win over Desert Oasis.

Durango 20, Cimarron-Memorial 16 — At Durango, Keimarion Taylor rushed for 123 and a touchdown to lead the Trailblazers (3-1).

Teammate Maverik Cormier rushed for 49 yards and two touchdowns, and he passed for 122 yards.

Cimarron-Memorial is 0-4.

Christian Green Valley 36, Pahranagat Valley 26 — At Pahranagat Valley, Jordan Fiatoa and Todd Hansen each rushed for 115 yards to lead Green Valley Christian. Fiatoa also had a rushing touchdown.

The Guardians (3-1) have won every game they have taken the field. Their loss was a forfeit for Rolling Hills Preps (California).

Pahranagat Valley is 2-2.

Cheyenne 14, Del Sol 8 — At Del Sol, Cheyenne (2-2) scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter for a comeback win.

Del Sol (0-4) scored eight points in the second quarter.

The Desert Shields scored two touchdowns and a safety in the fourth period. Treasure Harris scored on a 14-yard touchdown run and Michael Williams completed a 35-yard pass to Tajon Bell. Cheyenne went for two points after each touchdown, but conversion attempts fell through.

Legacy 45, Centennial 21 — At Centennial, Legacy beat the Bulldogs 22-0 in the first quarter to take control and earn their first win.

Through Friday, Legacy (1-3) had scored just eight points in three games. The Longhorns were shut out by Sierra Vista and Desert Pines.

The Centennial fell to 0-4. The Bulldogs’ closest game was a 16-point loss to Foothill.

Boulder City 45, West 0 — At Western, Boulder City (2-1) took control early, entering half-time with a 32-0 lead.

The game went to one clock near the middle of the third quarter.

West is 1-3.

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