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Saturday, Sept. 20

Nonleague

Bell-Jeff 55, Webb 18
Derek Leiphardt had 244 yards and four touchdowns in 11 carries and Brendan Doyle threw three touchdown passes for host Bell-Jeff (3-0) at Burroughs High. Webb is 1-1.

Capistrano Valley Christian 23, Fillmore 20
Derek Hauschka kicked a 20-yard field goal as time expired to lead host Capistrano Valley Christian (1-2).

Flintridge Prep 41, Santa Clara 8
T.C. Scotton gained 181 yards in 16 carries and scored on runs of 46 and 17 yards for Flintridge Prep.Jeff Yun added 33 yards, including a 12-yard score, in five carries, and Wes Ouchi rushed five times for 44 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown, and Ramses Barden made three catches for 105 yards, including one for 77 yards from quarterback Greg Sherman for the Rebels. Linebacker Jesse Fleece led Flintridge Prep's defense with 10 tackles and Mike Gadel intercepted a pass. Santa Clara is 0-2.

Fountain Valley 28, San Clemente 7
Fountain Valley was viewed as a good barometer for the South Coast League race this season.

The Barons opened the season playing back to back game against Mission Viejo and San Clemente, teams that are expected to battle for the South Coast League title this season.

But the Barons proved again Saturday night that they are more than a good gauge for another league race, amassing 306 yards rushing in an upset over No. 18 San Clemente at Huntington Beach High.

The victory came on the heels of last week's 14-13 loss to No. 2 Mission Viejo, when the Barons came up short on a late two-point conversion that would have ended the Diablos 29-game winning streak.

``We tore it up,'' said Leo Talavou, Fountain Valley's 6-3, 325-pound offensive tackle.

Fountain Valley took a 21-0 lead early in the fourth quarter on a seven-yard touchdown pass from Chris Debowski to Mike Musso, which capped a 15-play, 99-yard drive.

``On that 99-yard drive, they were dying,'' said Talavou.

After the Tritons recovered its own fumble in the endzone to cut the lead to 21-7, Bryan Riehm answered with a 44-yard touchdown run to put the Barons back up by 21 points.

Riehm finished with 94 yards in 13 carries. Ryan Best led the Barons with 113 yards rushing in 13 carries.

San Clemente, which returned several starters from a team that reached the Southern Section Division II semifinals last season, was held to 76 total yards in the first half and 215 for the game. Triton running back Cheyne Verhagen, who rushed for more than 1,600 yards last season, did not practice all week due to a knee injury and was held to three yards in seven carries.

``We need leadership on offense,'' said Verhagen. ``We're trying to find ourselves. Once we get going, we'll be hard to stop.''

--Dan Arritt

Garden Grove Pacifica 38, Pomona 7
Jaymes Franco gained 142 yards and scored on runs of 15 and 17 yards for Garden Grove Pacifica (1-1) at Bolsa Grande High. Also for the Mariners, Brandon Harper was 11 of 15 passing for 111 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions and Steve Heller had four catches for 50 yards, including a 24-yard touchdown reception.

Granite Hills 35, Big Bear 7
Shane Bell completed 13 of 23 passes for 257 yards including touchdown passes of 43, 49 and 39 yards and Josh Maunu had four receptions totaling 93 yards with one touchdown to lead Granite Hills (2-0). Nathan Hall gained 84 yards in 2 carries for Big Bear (0-2).

Murrieta Calvary Chapel 17, Brethren Christian 17
Senior quarterback Denny Warden was 16 of 23 passing for 168 yards and he also rushed for a five-yard touchdown for Brethren Christian (1-0-1) at Linfield High. Warden also intercepted a pass at midfield on the last play of the game, which did not go to a tie-breaker because it was nonleague competition.Jeramy Knepper had 12 catches for 74 yards and Ryan Marsh had five catches for 55 yards and also scored on an 11-yard run for the Warriors. Marsh also had an interception.

Pasadena Poly 34, Pasadena Marshall 18
John Clark rushed for 87 yards and two touchdowns in 14 carries for Poly (2-0) at Muir High. Marshall dropped to 1-1.

Rio Hondo Prep 32, Western Christian 0
Landon Goodwell ran for 170 yards on 14 carries with four touchdowns to lead host Rio Hono Prep (2-0). Western Christian 1-1.

St. Monica 42, El Segundo 15
Michael Dunn had eight catches for 147 yards and three touchdowns and Josh Clark rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown to lead host St. Monica (2-0) at St. Bernard's. Dunn and David White each made three interceptions and Mitch Smith completed 19 of 29 passes for 251 yards and four touchdowns for St. Monica. El Segundo is 1-1.

Fountain Valley 28, San Clemente 7
L.A. Baptist 39, Frazier Mountain 8

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Nonleague

Joshua Springs 24, Bloomington Christian 22
Cameron Smith had 45 yards and two touchdowns in six carries for Bloomington Christian (1-1). Steven Lawless blocked two punts by Joshua Springs (1-1).

California Lutheran 46, Faith Baptist 28
Cuyama Valley 18, Antelope Valley Christian 0
Santa Maria Valley Christian 36, Masada 24
Skyward Christian 48, Lee Vining 0
Southlands Christian 56, Laguna Blanca 8
Torrance Lutheran 40, South Bay Lutheran 6
Trona 62, Bethel Christian 14
Upland Christian 44, Indio Charter 0
Viewpoint 54, Vista Tri-City Christian 40
Villanova Prep 47, Ambassador Christian 0
Westmark 68, Calvary Baptist 22

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Intersectional

Avalon 35, La Jolla Country Day 20
Gabbs (Nev.) 48, Owens Valley 0
Riverside Christian 42, Julian 26

Friday, Sept. 19

Nonleague

Anaheim Canyon 34, La Palma Kennedy 23
Kenny Lusk rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns and passed for another touchdown and Cameron Clemons had a 55-yard punt return for a touchdown for visiting Canyon (1-1). Kennedy fell to 1-1.

Bishop Amat 31, Muir 7
Bishop Amat improved to 2-1. Muir fell to 0-2.

Bonita 39, South El Monte 0
Zach McMinn threw for 72 yards and two touchdowns and Blake LaRue recovered two fumbles, scored one touchdown on a blocked punt, and caught a seven-yard touchdown pass to lead host Bonita (1-1) over South El Monte (1-1). Bonita's defense held South El Monte to 68 total yards, zero passing yards and four first downs.

Buena 23, Thousand Oaks 20
Buena quarterback Skyler Smith threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Michel with 11:14 remaining in the game to give Buena a win over host Thousand Oaks (0-2). Buena running back Lovelle Brown had 97 yards and one touchdown in six carries, and teammate Korey Dixon had 85 yards in 13 carries. Thousand Oaks quarterback Chris Owens went 20 for 34 for 241 yards with four interceptions. He threw one touchdown, a 29-yard pass to receiver Matt Luft. Buena (1-1) led 15-0 at the end of the first quarter, but running back Jack Boger helped get the Lancers back in the game. Boger finished with 102 yards on 19 carries.

Cerritos Valley Christian 17, Norwalk 6
Senior Darnell Brisco had two interceptions to lead Cerritos Valley Christian (1-1) past host Norwalk (1-1).

Chaparral 54, West Valley 28
Senior Ronnie Steele ran the ball 19 times for 192 yards and three touchdowns to lead Chaparral (2-0) over host West Valley (0-2). Quarterback Matt Ticich was 14 of 22 for 247 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 58 yards and three touchdowns in eight carries for Chaparral. West Valley running back Ryan Subith had 20 carries for two touchdowns, including a 79-yard score. Sophomore Mario Orejel also had 10 carries for 103 yards and a 65-yard touchdown for West Valley.

Culver City 41, West Torrance 7
Michael Bumpus had seven carries for 112 yards and one score, a 58-yard touchdown run, to lead host Culver City (2-1) over West Torrance (0-2).

Downey 29, Schurr 19
Kenny Clipper returned an interception seven yards for a touchdown to seal the victory with 1:35 left for visiting Downey (1-1). Schurr drops to 1-1.

Foothill 21, El Toro 7
Mike Alba ran for 120 yards on 22 carries, caught four passes for 39 yards and scored a touchdown for Foothill (2-0). El Toro is 0-2.

Grace Brethren 25, Cantwell Sacred Heart 13
Josh Flora had 28 carries for 128 yards and one touchdown and Chad Cackert rushed for 97 yards and two scores to lead host Grace Brethren (2-0).

Harvard-Westlake 13, Bosco Tech 6
Justin Wilson had three interceptions to lead visiting Harvard-Westlake (2-0).

Inglewood 8, Charter Oak 0
Patrick Fuller rushed for 141 yards on 23 carries for Charter Oak (1-1). Inglewood improves to 1-1.

Linfield Christian 54, Fairmont Prep 12
Junior Chuck Wilson had two interceptions, blocked a PAT, rushed for 97 yards and two touchdowns and had 18 yards receiving to lead Linfield Christian (2-1) over visiting Fairmont Prep (2-1).

Long Beach Wilson 38, Paramount 13
Dion Myer carried 22 times for 259 yards and one touchdown and Dane Walker had 10 carries for 83 yards and a touchdown for host Long Beach Wilson (2-0).

Los Altos 22, La Habra 13
Senior running back Randall Brown rushed for 131 yards and one touchdown in 21 carries, but it was a 28-yard scoring reception that sealed the nonleague victory for Los Altos with 4:29 to go in a matchup of defending Southern Section champions at Los Altos.

Brown scored at the end of a three-play, 32-yard drive following a fumble by La Habra quarterback Daniel Morales to stretch the Conquerors' precarious 15-13 edge to 21-13 midway through the fourth quarter. Daniel Hernandez's point-after was good for the final margin.

La Habra (1-1), Southern Section Division IX champion last season, trailed Los Altos (2-0), the defending Division VI champion, 15-6, at halftime. But the Highlanders used a strong drive by Morales to pull within 15-13 with 1:40 to play in the third period.

Morales took the Highlanders 45 yards in seven plays, completing two passes for 24 yards and scoring on a three-yard run to close the gap. He finished nine of 16 passing for 99 yards with one touchdown and one interception before leaving the game with severe leg cramps with 2:47 to play.

La Habra had one last chance on its final series. With the aid of a personal foul penalty against Los Altos, La Habra drove to the Conquerors' 31-yard line with a minute left, but UCLA-bound Brigham Harwell flattened La Habra backup quarterback Jesse Quesada for a nine-yard loss, and a last-ditch pass fell incomplete on the final play.
--Lauren Peterson

Monrovia 26, West Covina 14
Wide receiver Jesse Canada had three carries for 115 yards and two touchdown runs of 22 and 80 yards to lead Monrovia (2-0) over host West Covina (1-1). Monrovia junior Brandon Spicer had seven carries for 82 yards and a 44-yard touchdown run that tied the game in the third quarter. Monrovia outscored West Covina, 19-7, in the second half.

Oaks Christian 55, Village Christian 20
Aaron Ware rushed for 170 yards and touchdowns of 74 and 48 yards for host Oaks Christian (2-0). Teammate Marc Tyler, son of former UCLA and NFL running back Wendell Tyler, rushed for 65 yards in four carries, including a 49-yard scoring run.

Ontario Christian 35, Whittier Christian 8
Richard Owens rushed for 95 yards on 13 carries and two touchdowns to lead host Ontario Christian (2-0) over Whittier Christian (1-1).

Paraclete 52, Twentynine Palms 14
Jared Nelson rushed for 241 yards and five touchdowns in 22 carries for visiting Paraclete (2-0). Nelson had scoring runs of three, 63, 12, four and 73 yards, all in the first first half.

Ridgecrest Burroughs 27, Quartz Hill 6
Anthony Celestine of Ridgecrest Burroughs had three touchdowns, one on a 23-yard run, another on a 69-yard punt return, and the third coming off an interception return. Matt Williams added 111 yards on 11 carries for the Burros (3-0). Quartz Hill is 0-2

Riverside North 28, Fontana Kaiser 7
Dion Morton passed for 149 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 8 North (2-0) at Fontana High.

Damon Morton, Dion's twin, rushed for 24 yards, caught five passes for 62 yards and one touchdown and had 125 yards in returns, including a 94-yard run for a touchdown after a failed Kaiser field-goal attempt.

Running back Josh Barnett carried eight times for 80 yards and one touchdown for North, ranked No. 2 in Division V.

Rayvonne Gooden gained 98 yards in 22 carries for Kaiser (1-1), ranked No. 2 in Division VIII.

A 67-yard pass from Dion Morton to Damon Morton for an apparent touchdown on the first play of the game was called back because of a penalty. However, three plays later, Dion threw five yards to tailback E.J. Brown for a score.

Barnett added a touchdown on a three-yard run with 5:24 left in the first half. Two minutes later, following his interception, Dion Morton gave North a 21-0 lead on a seven-yard pass to Deylan Marrow.
--Paul McLeod

Saddleback Valley Christian 35, Boron 14
Brian Harbin rushed for 265 yards on 22 carries and had touchdown runs of 68 and 70 yards in the third quarter for Saddleback Valley Christian (2-1). Coleman Fait completed four of eight passes for 101 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Boron is 0-3.

Santa Fe 49, Montebello 2
Senior quarterback Danny Banzet was 11of 16 for 220 yards and a 34-yard touchdown pass to lead Santa Fe (2-0) over host Montebello (1-1). Dontrell Mitchell had 104 yards and three touchdowns in 10 carries and scored on a 103-yard interception return for Santa Fe.

San Marino 26, La Salle 7
Brett Weigand had a career-best 67-yard punt for La Salle (0-2). San Marino is 1-1.

Serra 17, Peninsula 14
Ryan Kelley rushed for 75 yards on 16 carries with a touchdown for Serra (2-0), while Robert Munoz averaged 62 yards on seven punts. Peninsula is 0-1-1.

South Pasadena 31, Hoover 3
Kevin Tapia had two one-yard touchdown runs and quarterback Alex Christ was 14 of 25 for 159 yards passing and scored on a 23-yard run to lead visiting South Pasadena (1-1) over Hoover (0-2). Hoover's Brandon Salumbides caught eight passes for 92 yards.

St. Anthony 12, Verbum Dei 0
Maurice Berry rushed for 189 yards on 27 carries and one touchdown and returned a fumble 25 yards for another score to lead host St. Anthony (1-1) over Verbum Dei (1-1).

St. Bernard 35, Torrance 34
Marcus Crockett helped host St. Bernard (1-1) come back from a 12-point deficit with a 259-yard, five-touchdown performance. He ran for scores of 88, 11, 62, 18, and five yards.Torrance (0-2) led, 34-22, in the third quarter, but Crockett had two final touchdowns to give the Vikings the win.

St. Bonaventure 41, Hart 34
The win did not give Ventura St. Bonaventure a Southern Section title, but the Seraphs' upset of Newhall Hart at Moorpark College might have been the program's biggest victory.

St. Bonaventure (2-0) won a fourth consecutive section title last season, but the Seraphs' lone loss was a 31-6 drubbing by Hart that snapped a school-record 43-game winning streak.

Quarterback Brian Stevens had struggled through a 10 for 26 and three-interception performance in the loss to Hart, but he completed 23 of 31 passes for 285 yards and two touchdowns Friday.

Stevens' second touchdown pass came on a short completion to running back Matt Lee, who raced untouched to the end zone to complete a 44-yard scoring play. The score gave St. Bonaventure, the No. 16-ranked team in the Southland by The Times, a 34-14 lead with 5:24 to play in the third quarter.

Lee, a junior, rushed for 211 yards and three touchdowns in 39 carries. He also had four receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown.

Hart (0-2) narrowed the deficit to 34-21 with 9:08 left to play when Sean Norton threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Cicone.

The Indians, who won four consecutive section titles between 1998-2001, closed to 34-27 with 3:55 to play when Evan Surratt caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Norton.

St. Bonaventure, which won the Division IV title last year, recovered the ensuing onside kick by Hart and extended its lead to 41-27 when Andrez Morales ran 18 yards for a touchdown.

Norton, who suffered a rib injury in a 20-17 season-opening loss to Los Alamitos, completed 20 of 39 passes for 389 yards and five touchdowns. But Hart, ranked third by The Times, was held to 32 yards rushing.
--John Ortega

St. Paul 23, Redondo 9
Miguel Rios threw for 103 yards on five of seven passing and two touchdowns and Dwight Tardy rushed for 152 yards on 25 carries to lead visiting St. Paul (1-1) over Redondo (1-1).

Temple City 34, Alhambra 7
Tailback Kenji Morinaga rushed 16 times for 116 yards and two first-quarter touchdowns to lead host Temple City (2-0) over Alhambra (1-1). His touchdown runs were three and nine yards.

Westlake 31, S.O. Notre Dame 7
Let there be no doubt about the toughness and fire of Westlake Village Westlake quarterback Rudy Carpenter, who passed for 203 yards, ran for 57 yards and provided unyielding leadership in a nonleague victory over defending Southern Section Division III champion Sherman Oaks Notre Dame on Friday night.

Westlake (2-0), ranked No. 12 by The Times, scored 24 consecutive points in the second half after a 7-7 halftime tie to rout the seventh-ranked Knights (1-1), who were held to one first down in the final 24 minutes.

It's understandable why teams in the Marmonte League made such a commotion after Carpenter transferred last February from Newbury Park, where he was the league's top offensive player last season.

He's 6 feet 3, 190 pounds, fearless and relentless. He didn't seem fazed or bothered by Notre Dame's constant pass rush.

He scored one touchdown, passed for another and at one point tried to hurdle a Notre Dame defender. He raised his voice to shout at a Westlake teammate who didn't provide a block. He completed 16 of 25 passes, including a 15-yard touchdown to Marcus Maddocks.

"The thing he showed was a lot of competitiveness," Westlake Coach Jim Benkert said. "They brought everyone and he was back there making a lot of plays."

Westlake turned two fumbles and an interception deep in Notre Dame territory into touchdowns in the second half. The Knights, in losing for the first time since the 2001 season, could not pass the ball effectively at any point. Quarterbacks Jim Welker and Garrett Green were a combined three of 12 for 37 yards.

Green scored Notre Dame's only touchdown on a 91-yard run in the second quarter, the second-longest run in school history.

As if a game matching two top 25 teams wasn't enough motivation for the players, USC Coach Pete Carroll was standing beyond the end zone and on the sideline offering additional inspiration.

"It's a great game," Carroll said just after halftime.

Carroll was watching USC-bound tight end Jimmy Miller of Westlake, who had a sack and caught a 27-yard touchdown pass that was nullified because of a holding penalty.
--Eric Sondheimer

Aliso Niguel 35, San Marcos 14
Antelope Valley 30, Santa Barbara 0
Arlington 27, Norte Vista 0
Arroyo Grande 17, Santa Maria St. Joseph 16
Bellflower 38, Bassett 6
Beverly Hills 35, Long Beach Cabrillo 35
Bonita 39, South El Monte 0
Buena Park 56, Westminster La Quinta 0
Cajon 20, Apple Valley 7
California 21, Artesia 12
Canyon Country Canyon 48, Saddleback 7
Carpinteria 31, Kilpatrick 12
Cathedral City 43, Banning 0
Chino 32, Don Lugo 3
Claremont 33, Glendora 20
Colton 34, Victor Valley 7
Corona del Mar 22, Troy 7
Diamond Bar 13, Sonora 8
Dos Pueblos 37, Santa Maria 11
Edison 27, Capistrano Valley 0
El Dorado17, Rancho Alamitos 10
El Rancho 20, Bell Gardens 19
Estancia 22, Century 20
Fullerton 45, Gahr 21
Gladstone 26, Mountain View 6
Hacienda Heights Wilson 42, Glenn 7
Hemet 43, Indio 21
Hesperia 34, Perris 10
Hueneme 36, Simi Valley 24
Irvine 34, Western 6
Irvine University 28, Arroyo 7
Laguna Hills 27, Trabuco Hills 9
Lakewood 30, Mayfair 16
La Quinta 32, Murrieta Valley 24
Linfield Christian 54, Fairmont Prep 12
Loara 17, Savanna 14
Lompoc Cabrillo 28, Bishop Diego 6
Lynwood 50, Nogales 0
Maranatha 32, Blair 0
Mary Star 16, Palos Verdes 14
Mira Costa 23, Warren 0
Mission Viejo 22, Mater Dei 11
Morningside 40, Bishop Montgomery 0
Moorpark 36, Ventura 17
Morro Bay 51, Greenfield 0
Newbury Park 17, Rio Mesa 9
Newport Harbor 10, Marina 6
Nordhoff 21, Santa Ynez 6
Northview 26, Walnut 10
Northwood 35, Garden Grove Santiago 0
Oak Park 48, Calabasas 20
Oaks Christian 55, Village Christian 20
Oxnard Pacifica 33, Nipomo 6
Paso Robles 21, San Marcos 11
Placentia Valencia 20, Los Amigos 18
Rancho Cucamonga 31, Damien 24
Ribet Academy 18, Malibu 14
Ridgecrest Burroughs 27, Quartz Hill 6
Righetti 54, Lompoc 29
Rowland 37, Baldwin Park 0 (Called in 3rd quarter)
Royal 19, Channel Islands 0
San Dimas 38, Montclair 26
San Luis Obispo 52, Oxnard 18
San Marcos 21, Paso Robles 11
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 37, Aquinas 7
Santa Paula 26, Desert 7
Serrano 34, Barstow 6
Sierra Vista 34, El Monte 14
Silverado 42, Arroyo Valley 31
South Hills 27, Rosemead 21
South Pasadena 31, Hoover 3
South Torrance 17, North Torrance 14
St. Francis 35, Crescenta Valley 14
St. John Bosco 40, Cerritos 22
St. Margaret's 24, Sherman Indian 8
Tesoro 40, Ocean View 0
Upland 35, Arcadia 12
Westminster 18, El Modena 6
Whittier 19, La Puente 14
Yucca Valley 30, Desert Hot Springs 0

Intersectional

La Mirada 14, Crenshaw 12
Kyle Gran had a 55-yard touchdown run and helped stop a late two-point conversion for Crenshaw in helping the Matadores to a victory in a defensive struggle at Crenshaw.

Crenshaw cut into La Mirada's 14-6 lead in the fourth quarter when Rickie Collin scored on a three-yard touchdown run with 6:47 left. However, Gran pressured Cougar quarterback Anthony Moore on the conversion try and forced an incomplete pass.

Crenshaw (1-1) got the ball back with 2:10 remaining but Gran intercepted Moore's pass at the 38-yard line to clinch the win.

Gran rushed for 112 yards in 20 carries. He also had an 18-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter.
--Eric Stephens

Palisades 16, Santa Monica 12
Andre Harris rushed for 113 yards and one touchdown in 24 carries and Dylan Cohen completed five of 10 passes for 54 yards and ran for a 17-yard score for Palisades (2-0). Cohen also kicked a 22-yard field goal. Anthony Simmons rushed for 128 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown run, in 12 carries for Santa Monica (0-2).

Venice 17, Loyola 13
Venice scored a major victory Friday night, but it was a bigger triumph for City Section football.

Venice held off a fierce rally by Los Angeles Loyola to hold on for the victory over the Cubs at Santa Monica College.

It was vindication for City Section schools, which have long been an afterthought compared to Southern Section schools in the heirarchy of Southern California high school football. It was a more convincing statement considering the team Venice defeated.

Loyola, a four-time major-division champion that is ranked No. 6 by The Times, is no ordinary Southern Section team. It is traditionally one of the best and most respected teams in the Southland.

"This is a huge win for our program and for all of City football," said Coach Angelo Gasca of Venice (2-0), which is ranked No. 19. "I grew up knowing a lot about Loyola. I knew what we were facing tonight."

Loyola (1-1) trailed, 10-0, at halftime and 17-0 after Byron Ellis scored from two yards with 7 minutes 19 seconds left in the third quarter.

The Cubs stormed back and pulled to within 17-13 with 7:01 left in the game when Trason Bragg scored on a two-yard run.

Loyola's defense forced Venice to punt after three plays on its next possession and took over at the Venice 30-yard line after a poor punt with almost five minutes to play.

Two plays later, however, Venice linebacker Oton Garcia stripped the ball from Bragg and Erick Lobos recovered the fumble for Venice with 4:39 left. The Gondoliers picked up two first downs and ran 12 plays to run out the clock.

Beau Davis completed 16 of 26 passes for 199 yards and receiver Ryan Graves caught four passes for 126 yards for Venice. Ellis had 104 yards rushing and two touchdowns in 21 carries.

Scott Deke completed 12 of 22 passes for 194 yards and a touchdown for Loyola. Bragg had 103 yards rushing in 19 carries.
--Peter Yoon

El Centro Central 13, Coachella Valley 0
Fallbrook 36, Esperanza 35
Las Vegas (Nev.) 36, Leuzinger 30
Corona Centennial 70, Manual Arts 8
Palm Desert 20, Brawley 13
Palm Springs 49, El Centro Southwest 0
Salesian 6, Huntington Park 0
Santa Ana Valley 29, San Diego 13
Wilmington Banning 26, Compton 7

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Nonleague

Santa Clarita Christian 57, Hesperia Christian 9
Stephen Mercier rushed for 134 yards on 13 carries and three touchdowns and threw for 133 yards and another pair of scores to lead visiting Santa Clarita Christian (2-0) over Hesperia Christian (1-1). Orlandi Pena also ran in three scores and caught a 17-yard touchdown for Santa Clarita Christian.

St. Michael's Prep 34, Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 19
Josh Cooke rushed for 151 yards and three touchdowns to lead visiting St. Michael's (1-0) over Cornerstone (0-2).

Intersectional

Desert Chapel 55, Warner Springs Warner 8

Thursday, Sept. 18

Nonleague

Dana Hills 17, Irvine Woodbridge 9
Nathan Barnett and Derrick Clark ran in for scores as Dana Hills (1-1) won for only the second time in 12 games. The Dolphins allowed their only touchdown on the final play of the game, a 34-yard pass from Mike Anderson to Jason Gill for Woodbridge (0-2).

Dominguez 39, Tustin 12
Dominguez rushed for 275 yards and rolled past Tustin at Tustin High. Running back Dion Bell had 138 yards and two touchdowns in 14 carries and quarterback Terry Mixon added 44 yards and a touchdown in seven carries. He threw scoring passes of three and 26 yards, both to Darryl Crummie. On defense, Mixon had two fumble recoveries and an interception as Dominguez (2-0) held Tustin (0-2) to 250 yards.

Costa Mesa 33, Huntington Beach 16
Cypress 17, Garden Grove 7
Laguna Beach 28, Bolsa Grande 20
Los Alamitos 24, Brea Olinda 14
Magnolia 32, Ganesha 6
Pasadena 42, Duarte 0
Glendale 21, La Canada 14
Ontario 21, Covina 19
Redlands East Valley 31, Ramona 8
Santa Ana 24, Anaheim 7
Sunny Hills 23, Orange 12

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