issues with analog inputs scanning indefinitely and triggering switches

The problem i am having is the analog read is not appearing to be continuously scanning indefinitely. The other is at start up even if pressing the force sensitive resistor it does not trigger the count to display case1 in the switches. I do know it does read both analog inputs and my network is wired properly. The code is bigger this time, but i believe its more simple too. This is for a prototype electronic foosball table. Please any assistance would be appreciated and yes i am still new to learning programming.

int P1padScore = 0;
int P2padScore = 0;
int sensorValue1;
int sensorValue2;
void setup ()
{
  pinMode(2, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(3, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(4, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(5, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(6, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(7, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(8, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(9, OUTPUT);

  Serial.begin(9600);
}

 void ZeroOut (void)  {
  digitalWrite (2,LOW);
  digitalWrite (3,LOW);
  digitalWrite (4,LOW);
  digitalWrite (5,LOW);
  digitalWrite (6,LOW);
  digitalWrite (7,LOW);
  digitalWrite (8,LOW);
  digitalWrite (9,LOW);
  return;
}
  
void loop()
{
  ZeroOut();
  while ((P1padScore < 9) && (P2padScore < 9))  {
     int sensorValue1 = analogRead(A1);
     float voltage1 = sensorValue1 * (5.0 / 1023.0);
     Serial.println(voltage1);
  delay(1);
    int sensorValue2 = analogRead(A2);
    float voltage2 = sensorValue2 * (5.0 / 1023.0);
    Serial.println(voltage2);  
  delay(1);
    if (voltage1 > 1)  {
      P1padScore ++;
      delay (10000)
      switch (P1padScore)  {
      case 1:
        digitalWrite (2,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (3,LOW);
        digitalWrite (4,LOW);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 2:
        digitalWrite (2,LOW);
        digitalWrite (3,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (4,LOW);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 3:
        digitalWrite (2,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (3,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (4,LOW);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 4:
        digitalWrite (2,LOW);
        digitalWrite (3,LOW);
        digitalWrite (4,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 5:
        digitalWrite (2,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (3,LOW);
        digitalWrite (4,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 6:
        digitalWrite (2,LOW);
        digitalWrite (3,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (4,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 7:
        digitalWrite (2,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (3,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (4,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (5,LOW);
      case 8:
        digitalWrite (2,LOW);
        digitalWrite (3,LOW);
        digitalWrite (4,LOW);
        digitalWrite (5,HIGH);
      case 9:
        digitalWrite (2,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (3,LOW);
        digitalWrite (4,LOW);
        digitalWrite (5,HIGH);  
      } }else (voltage2 > 1);  {
    P2padScore ++;
    delay (10000)
      switch (P2padScore)  {
      case 1:
        digitalWrite (6,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (7,LOW);
        digitalWrite (8,LOW);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 2:
        digitalWrite (6,LOW);
        digitalWrite (7,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (8,LOW);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 3:
        digitalWrite (6,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (7,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (8,LOW);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 4:
        digitalWrite (6,LOW);
        digitalWrite (7,LOW);
        digitalWrite (8,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 5:
        digitalWrite (6,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (7,LOW);
        digitalWrite (8,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 6:
        digitalWrite (6,LOW);
        digitalWrite (7,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (8,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 7:
        digitalWrite (6,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (7,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (8,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (9,LOW);
      case 8:
        digitalWrite (6,LOW);
        digitalWrite (7,LOW);
        digitalWrite (8,LOW);
        digitalWrite (9,HIGH);
      case 9:
        digitalWrite (6,HIGH);
        digitalWrite (7,LOW);
        digitalWrite (8,LOW);
        digitalWrite (9,HIGH);
      }  }
  }

}

Those delay() function calls block execution. During that time no button or sensor is read. Get rid of the delays and let loop() run fast so the sensor(s) can be read continually and responded to quickly. Maybe you should let the code keep reading the force sensor and let the leds display depending on that. ZeroOut() should either go or be put into a category of no sensor press display.

You need to learn about arrays and loops to save your fingers and make your code smaller. Your IDE has the example under the File menu. Click File->Examples->05.Control->Array

And in the IDE, AutoFormat is in the Tools menu. It should make your code easier to read.