kickoff 2017:

Arbor View mounts more than 500 yards of offense, crushes Las Vegas


Christopher DeVargas

Members of the Arbor View High School football team, from left, Elijah Wade, Deago Stubbs, Jaquari Hannie, Greg Welchman and Isaiah Herron pose for a portrait at the Las Vegas Sun’s high school football media day August 2, 2017, at the South Point.

Fri, Aug 25, 2017 (11:08 p.m.)

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Las Vegas Sun sports editors Ray Brewer and Case Keefer welcome back football season by going through all the leagues, and also touch on major storylines. They also disagree on picks for numerous week 1 games.

Rarely will a coach sound happier on the first night of the season than Arbor View’s Dan Barnson did on Friday.

He couldn’t come up with many complaints over a 59-7 Arbor View victory over host Las Vegas High where the running clock was enacted in the second quarter.

“The kids played great,” Barnson said. “What else can you say?”

Barnson praised defensive coordinator John Gibbons for coming up with a game plan that shut down the Wildcats. Las Vegas gained only 112 total yards, and 49 of them came on the first play of the game.

Arbor View, meanwhile, put up 501 yards of offense. Jaquari Hannie had 133 yards and a touchdown on seven rushing attempts, while Deago Stubbs also scored and had 66 yards on seven carries.

Quarterback Logan Bollinger threw three touchdowns to go with 114 yards.

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