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Arbor View goes deep in 44-7 win over Centennial


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.

Thu, Sep 28, 2017 (10:05 p.m.)

Arbor View used a few well-timed long bombs to blow out Centennial, 44-7.

The Aggies’ offense exploded on their first play from scrimmage, as junior quarterback Logan Bollinger hit senior Deago Stubbs for a 67-yard touchdown. Then, on the final play of the first half, tight end Greg Welchman got behind the defense and Bollinger hit him for a 42-yard TD with no time left on the clock.

“Our thinking was that [Centennial] was going to come out with their game plan of selling out to stop the run,” Arbor View coach Dan Barnson said. “But we throw the ball a lot in practice, and this is one of those games where it all fell into place for us.”

The offense continued to produce quick strikes after the break. Arbor View received the ball to open the second half, and the first play was an 80-yard touchdown pass from Bollinger to Kyle Graham-Robinson.

Bollinger completed 5-of-9 passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns. Welchman caught two passes (both touchdowns) for 88 yards, while Graham-Robinson had three catches for 119 yards and a TD.

Arbor View is now 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in Northwest League games. The Aggies will play at Palo Verde next week. Centennial (0-5) will host Shadow Ridge.

Mike Grimala can be reached at 702-948-7844 or [email protected]. Follow Mike on Twitter at twitter.com/mikegrimala.

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