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Perry at No. 9 Mountain View

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Mountain View is getting better bit by bit, and the second-half performance (especially offensively) against Highland in last week’s win was further proof: 20 points in the span of 10 minutes. Still, there has been an unevenness to the Toros’ play at times, one half to another, even in their undefeated start to the season. After a narrow loss at Tucson Sunnyside in Week 1, the Pumas have bounced back a bit with consecutive wins, but Gila Ridge and Phoenix Sandra Day O’Connor aren’t Mountain View. This will be a nice challenge for the Pumas, especially offensively against the Toros’ defense to see where Perry needs to go from here in terms of scoring. Austin Nightingale has to come up big passing and running for Perry against Mountain View’s defense, and he’s done a nice job of not turning the ball over thus far. The latter is incredibly paramount here. The other big problem for Perry will be handling Clark Brown and co. and that’s where Mountain View holds a distinct advantage, assuming the Toros don’t commit three first-half turnovers here as they did against Highland.

Prediction: Mountain View 34, Perry 14

-- Mark Heller

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