Southern Section

Saturday, Oct. 18


Anza Hamilton 48, La Verne Lutheran 0


Charter Oak 42, Gary 14
Patrick Fuller had 218 yards on 17 carries with four touchdowns to lead Charter Oak (5-1, 1-0). Gary is 3-2-1 overall.


Chaminade 28, Harvard-Westlake 27
Marcus Everett blocked and extra point attempt with just over seven minutes left to give Chaminade (5-1, 1-0) a victory in its Mission league opener at Harvard-Westlake (4-2, 0-1). It was the Eagles fifth straight win this season. Everett also caught a 79-yard touchdown pass on the second play of the game.


Tesoro 26, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 6


Flintridge Prep 70, Webb 0
Quarterback Greg Sherman was nine for nine passing for a career-high 233 yards and four touchdowns and Ramses Barden caught six passes for 209 yards and four touchdowns to lead host Flintridge Prep (6-0, 1-0) at St. Francis High School in a school record for points scored in a single game. Webb is 3-3, 0-1.

Rio Hondo Prep 9, Chadwick 6
Chris Ramirez blocked a punt and returned it 24 yards for the game-winning touchdown in the second quarter for host Rio Hondo Prep (3-1, 1-0). Dan Pastor kicked a 32-yard field goal in the first quarter for Rio Hondo Prep.


Ribet Academy 38, Fairmont Prep 15
Troy Guanzonom had 108 yards and a touchdown in six carries and Matt Ramirez returned an interception 32 yards for a touchdown to lead Ribet Academy (4-2, 1-0) at Fairmont Prep (3-4, 0-2).

CSDR 33, Sherman Indian 30 (2 OT)


Bell-Jeff 59, Murphy 14
Derrick Leiphardt had two rushing touchdowns and caught two passes for scores to lead host Bell-Jeff (6-0, 1-0) at Burroughs High School. Murphy is 0-1 in league.


Servite 35, Loyola 32
Any doubts about the strength of Anaheim Servite's offense were put to rest Saturday night. The defense may face some questions, however.

The Friars rolled up 402 yards of offense in defeating Los Angeles Loyola in a league opener at Glendale High. The last time the Cubs allowed more points was in a 38-6 loss to Antelope Valley in 1995.

But the Friars (6-0, 1-0) also gave up 20 points in the last 11 minutes, turning a one-side game into a nailbiter that wasn't settled until Sonny Kaesbauer intercepted a pass from Loyola quarterback Scott Deke with 1 minute 59 seconds remaining in the game.

Servite, which did not score an offensive touchdown in a 7-0 victory over Huntington Beach Edison last week, got key production from sophomore running back Ken Ashley, who rushed for 147 yards in 32 carries and two touchdowns.

Ashley has been slowed by a broken left thumb suffered in the third week. Wearing a cast on his left hand, he fumbled three times but only lost one. Ashley scored on a 19-yard touchdown run midway through the second quarter to give the Frairs a 14-6 lead, then added a three-yard run with 1 minute 35 seconds left in the first half to put them ahead, 21-12.

Loyola (3-3, 0-1) then turned the ball over on its first two possessions of the second half and Servite took advantage of both, scoring on a 33-yard run by quarterback Mike Lawrence and a two-yard run by Mike Hernishin to move ahead, 35-12, seven minutes into the second half.

But the Friars tuned the ball over twice of their own and then was stopped on fourth down at midfield with 4:05 left and the Cubs capitalized on a 22-yard touchdown pass to Hunter Armour with 3:26 remaining to cut the lead to 35-32.

Dan Arritt


Campbell Hall 24, Brentwood 18

Matt Kirschner of Campbell Hall (2-4) had scored two touchdowns at Birmingham High. Brentwood is 5-1.

L.A. Baptist 20, Pasadena Marshall 12
Western Christian 39, La Salle 37
Paraclete 20, St. Monica 19



Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 47, Bethel Christian 0
Joshua Springs 48, Antelope Valley Christian 26


Bakersfield Christian 20 Santa Maria Valley Christian 0


Liberty Christian 44, St. Michael's Prep 16
Southlands Christian 42, Peace in the Valley 14


Avalon 58, Bloomington Christian 26
Gera Cisneros had one carry for 47 yards for a touchdown and caught a 47 yard pass for a score to lead host Avalon (5-0, 1-0). Jordan Newton had 161 yards rushing on 12 carries with three touchdowns to lead Bloomington Christian (2-4, 0-2).


Faith Baptist 44, Viewpoint 43
Thacher 46, L.A. Lutheran 0


Baker 34, Owens Valley 18


Trinity Lutheran 38, Westmark 28


Santa Clarita Christian 60, Laguna Blanca 14
Nick Jurado had 65 yards rushing on seven carries with one score, caught three passes for 77 yards and two touchdowns and returned a kickoff 64 yards for a score to lead Santa Clarita Christian (6-0). Host Laguna Blanca falls to 0-5.

Excelsior 35, Masada 6

Friday, Oct. 17


Bell Gardens 40, Alhambra 0
Tailback Alfredo Casteneda carried 15 times for 155, including a 60-yard touchdown run and fullback Sky Taumaoe scored on runs of 4, 1 and 1 yard to lead visiting Bell Gardens (1-4-1, 1-0) over Alhambra (2-4, 0-1).

Montebello 55, Keppel 14
Running back Chris Ludwig rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns for Montebello (2-4, 1-0).

Schurr 45, San Gabriel 28
Running back Jesse Ramirez had 53 carries for 418 yards and five touchdowns to lead visiting Schurr (2-4, 1-0) over previously undefeated San Gabriel (5-1, 0-1) in the league opener.


Alta Loma 20, Los Osos 12
Rancho Cucamonga 41, Etiwanda 20
Claremont 28, Upland 21


Mira Costa 27, Peninsula 3
Knowing Rolling Hills Estates Peninsula would concentrate on stopping its leading rusher, Tyler Pringle, Manhattan Beach Mira Costa used him primarily as a decoy. The strategy worked to perfection as the Mustangs spoiled the Panthers' homecoming with a victory Friday afternoon in a Bay League opener.

Mira Costa (6-0, 1-0), ranked No. 25 by The Times, limited Peninsula to 88 total yards. It marked the fourth time this season the Mustangs, who lost 15 starters to graduation after losing in the Southern Section Division III final, have held an opponent to seven points or less.

"[Our] team likes to play really physical and they don't just arm-tackle you, they hit you," said Kyle Darr, who single-handedly outrushed the entire Peninsula team with 81 yards in 11 carries.

Nick Woodward carried seven times for 59 yards for Mira Costa and Pringle finished with 39 yards and two touchdowns in 10 carries. Joe Houston kicked field goals of 25 and 31 yards for the Mustangs, who took their first step toward a fourth consecutive league title.

Jordan Munde rushed for 55 yards in 23 carries to lead Peninsula (2-2-2, 0-1), which took a 3-0 lead on Jordan Kay's 31-yard field goal in the second quarter.
--Steve Galluzzo


Linfield Christian 32, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 28
Senior James Waite of Linfield Christian (3-3, 1-0) had 34 carries for 207 yards and four touchdowns against visiting Calvary Chapel (2-3-1, 0-1).

Twin Pines 28, San Diego Midway Baptist 22


Brea Olinda 30, El Modena 7
Villa Park 18, Tustin 12


Dos Pueblos 20, Santa Barbara 6
Ventura 14, San Marcos 7
St. Bonaventure 35, Buena 0


Eisenhower 28, Rialto 3
Miller 30, Redlands 6
Redlands East Valley 41, Fontana 21


Big Bear 31, Vista Del Lago 28
Nathan Hall had 228 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead Big Bear (4-2) over host Vista Del Lago. Daunte Gross had 17 carries for 105 yards and four touchdowns for Vista Del Lago.

San Jacinto 31, Banning 12
Beaumont 20, Yucca Valley 0
Twentynine Palms 68, Riverside Notre Dame 7


Grace Brethren 75, Downey Calvary Chapel 13


Crespi 32, Bosco Tech 20
Kevin Vollmer rushed for three touchdowns and passed for one more to lead Crespi (5-1, 1-0). Running back Nick Acuna carried 30 times for 160 yards and one touchdown for Bosco Tech (2-4, 0-1).

Gardena Serra 69, Bishop Montgomery 14
Eric Black had 129 yards on 13 carries and scored three touchdowns for Serra (4-2, 1-0). Bishop Montgomery is 0-6, 0-1.

St. Bernard 20, Cathedral 11
Jared Billups had nine tackles, two interceptions, including a 20-yard return for a touchdown, and a 90-yard kick-off return for a touchdown to lead host St. Bernard (5-1, 1-0) past Cathedral (4-2, 0-1). David Martinez had 25 carries for 186 yards, one touchdown and a two-point conversion for Cathedral.


California 35, El Rancho 28
Santa Fe 35, Whittier 10


Mammoth 56, Silver Valley 0


Victor Valley 23, Granite Hills 13
Ridgecrest Burroughs 24, Silverado 14


Cathedral City 18, Coachella Valley 13
Joey Delgado ran for 242 yards and two touchdowns in 22 carries for his third game over 200 yards for Coachella Valley (1-5, 1-2). Cathedral City is 3-3, 1-1.

Palm Springs 49, Desert Hot Springs 3
Palm Desert 36, Indio 6


Katella 49, Loara 7
La Palma Kennedy 31, Cypress 0


Burbank Burroughs 28, Saugus 0
Hart 45, Burbank 7


Sonora 40, Buena Park 3
Charles Acker threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and Chris Moody added two touchdowns for Sonora (5-1, 1-0). Buena Park is 3-3, 0-1.

Fullerton 43, Sunny Hills 13
La Habra 41, Troy 14


Los Amigos 58, Westminster La Quinta 0
Garden Grove 41, Bolsa Grande 6


Palmdale 17, Antelope Valley 14
Senior running back Adrian Jenkins rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown in 22 carries and Palmdale won the Golden League opener at Antelope Valley.

Jenkins scored on a four-yard run to give Palmdale (5-1, 1-0) the decisive points with 1:04 left in the third quarter. The touchdown came two plays after a 40-yard punt by teammate Benjamin Royce that was fumbled at the eight-yard line by Antelope Valley's Andre Crenshaw and gave the Falcons a 17-7 lead.

Antelope Valley (4-2, 0-1), which had just one first down and 14 total yards in the first half, trailed, 10-0, at halftime, but had pulled within 10-6 with a seven-play drive in which senior running back Aaron Wilson accounted for 58 yards, including 48 on the ground. Wilson, who ended the drive with a four-yard touchdown run, finished with 81 yards in 14 carries.

The Antelopes closed within the final margin with 10:12 to play on a 41-yard halfback-option pass from Wilson to Eric Wickliffe and a two-point conversion pass from Mychal Bogan to Nathaniel Thomas. The play capped a seven-play, 75 yard drive.

Antelope Valley moved to the Palmdale 30-yard line with 2:40 to play after a last 14-play drive that lasted more than five minutes but ended with two incomplete passes by sophomore quarterback Rodney Trimm, who was six of 15 passing for 77 yards with one interception.

Palmdale, which defeated Antelope Valley, 20-15, in the league finale last season, when both teams advanced to the Southern Section Division III semifinals, built a 10-0 halftime lead with two lengthy drives, the first capped by a one-yard run by Dominic Blood midway through the first quarter and the second ending with a 32-yard field goal by Royce.The Falcons' defense keyed on Antelope Valley running back Kreig Peters all night, and the senior finished with 40 yards in 16 carries.
--Lauren Peterson

Lancaster 28, Littlerock 7
Highland 28, Quartz Hill 6


Orange 62, Ocean View 13


Bishop 29, Desert 14
Mojave 42, Rosamond 13
Kern Valley 36, Frazier Mountain 8


Riverside North 59, Riverside Poly 14
Going against former coach Steve Hagerty, who is now at rival Poly, third-ranked North got four touchdowns from receiver Damon Morton - all in the first quarter - and rolled to an easy victory in its Ivy League opener.

Morton caught passes from his brother, Dion, of 39, 43 and 56 yards and also made two terrific switchbacks on a 76-yard punt return with 34 seconds left in the first quarter for a 28-0 lead. Morton now has 11 touchdowns. He finished with four receptions for 158 yards.

"My brother did a good job of putting the ball in a really good spot," Damon Morton said. "All I had to do was catch it, which was the easy part."

Dion Morton completed five of six passes for 176 yards and North (6-0, 1-0) rolled up 565 yards of offense. Poly (2-2-2, 0-1) netted only 81 yards.

Josh Barnett scored twice for North on runs of 39 and 59 yards. He carried 13 times for 159 yards and now has 13 touchdowns. Second-team back Johnnie Green scored on a 79-yard run and Dion Morton scored on a 36-yarder. Morton rushed six times for 81 yards, Green twice for 88.

North, which had reached the end zone on its first play from scrimmage in four of its first five games - although one was nullified by penalty - scored on its second play, the 39-yard pass to Morton.

Poly scored when Richard Welker recovered quarterback Anthony Andre's fumble in the end zone midway in the second quarter and with 3:21 left on Todd Cage's five-yard run against the second unit.
--Martin Henderson

Canyon Springs 35, Arlington 6


Lompoc 23, Santa Maria St. Joseph 14
Morro Bay 42, Santa Maria 10
Lompoc Cabrillo 56, Nipomo 25


Agoura 49, Thousand Oaks 14
Moorpark 57, Simi Valley 21
Royal 43, Newbury Park 35
Westlake 59, Calabasas 0


Los Altos 49, Bonita 0
Daniel Sandello completed four of six passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns as No. 9 Los Altos improved to 6-0, 1-0 in league. Daniel Drayton rushed for 97 yards and two scores for Los Altos.


St. Francis 28, Alemany 14


El Monte 23, South El Monte 17
Rosemead 47, Mountain View 0
Arroyo 13, Gabrielino 8


Rim of the World 56, Apple Valley 0
Serrano 46, Hesperia 0


Bassett 41, Workman 0
Bassett is 4-2, 3-0. Workman is 0-6.

La Puente 45, Azusa 22Duarte 30, Sierra Vista 29


Long Beach Jordan 8, Long Beach Wilson 2
Deontae Faulkner ran for 178 yards in 20 carries and scored the game's only touchdown midway through the fourth quarter for the host Panthers (2-4, 1-2).

Compton 28, Millikan 19
Long Beach Poly 24, Long Beach Cabrillo 7


Corona 25, Corona Santiago 22
Norco 42, Jurupa Valley 6


Chaffey 27, Diamond Ranch 17
Don Lugo 56, Colony 6
Ontario 33, Montclair 6


North Torrance 28, Hawthorne 7
Redondo 40, Santa Monica 0


Santa Ana Valley 26, Century 11


Arroyo Grande 17, Paso Robles 14
Righetti 41, Atascadero 24


Arcadia 16, Pasadena 7
Glendale 38, Crescenta Valley 37 (2 OT)


Northwood 20, Irvine University 14


Camarillo 10, Channel Islands 0
Hueneme 40, Oxnard 0
Oxnard Pacifica 25, Rio Mesa 16


Culver City 48, Centennial 0
Chris Cueva completed eight of 10 passes for 178 yards and three thouchdowns to lead visiting Culver City (6-1, 2-0). Running back James McGhee added 102 yards and two touchdowns for Culver City.

El Segundo 27, Torrance 20
El Segundo (3-3, 1-2) Tyson Hawley completed 15 of 20 passes for 252 yards and four touchdowns, including two to Jesse Woods, who finished with six receptions for 76 yards. Torrance is 3-3, 1-2.

Morningside 42, South Torrance 30


La Canada 38, Blair 0
Temple City 28, Monrovia 17
South Pasadena 31, San Marino 13


Arroyo Valley 28, San Gorgonio 24
Colton 72, Cajon 27
Yucaipa 35, San Bernardino 6


South Hills 43, Nogales 0
West Covina 14, Walnut 11


Dominguez 42, Paramount 19
Terry Mixon had 19 carries for 100 yards and three touchdowns and Darryl Crummie added 14 carries for 115 yards, two touchdowns and a two-point conversion to lead Dominguez (6-0, 1-0) past host Paramount (1-5, 0-1). Mixon also had nine tackles and a sack on defense for the Dons.

Lynwood 41, Downey 16


Foothill 31, Newport Harbor 24
The Knights rallied from a 24-10 deficit on two touchdowns from running back Mike Alba in the game's final minutes.

A 90-yard kickoff return by Spencer Link put Newport Harbor (5-1, 0-1) ahead by 14 points with 31 seconds left in the third quarter. But on the next play from scrimmage, Foothill wide receiver Yoko Hamamura took a short pass over the middle, broke a tackle and turned it into a 79-yard touchdown.

Two personal fouls against Newport Harbor aided Foothill (5-1, 1-0) in its 12-play, 80-yard march that tied the score on a seven-yard touchdown reception by Alba with 2:21 left in the game.

Blitzing defensive back Brandon Baricuatro of Foothill forced Newport Harbor quarterback Kasey Peters to fumble on the Sailors' next possession at their 30-yard line. On the next play, Alba raced around left end for the go-ahead score with 1:10 left.
--Paul McLeod


Mater Dei 24, St. John Bosco 17
Bruce Rollinson, Santa Ana Mater Dei's football coach, walked onto the field before Friday night's Serra League opener and joked with Bellflower St. John Bosco Coach Kiki Mendoza. "Let's trade game plans," he quipped.

It looked as if Mater Dei's defense knew exactly where St. John Bosco tailback Terrence King was rushing, limiting him to six yards in 15 carries in the Monarchs' 24-17 victory at St. John Bosco.

Mater Dei (3-3, 1-0), ranked No. 22 in the Southland by The Times, recorded 11 tackles for losses in winning its third consecutive game. King was dropped seven times for losses. Credit inside linebackers Greg Moses and Ray Andong for disrupting the Braves' offense.

Running back Justin Guzman of Mater Dei broke a 17-17 tie with 2:06 left in the third quarter when he scored on a three-yard run. Guzman set up the touchdown with a 33-yard punt return and finished with 81 yards rushing in 14 carries.

St. John Bosco (5-1, 0-1), ranked No. 10 by The Times and the defending Serra League champion, failed to score in the second half after driving to the Mater Dei 23, 27 and 22. Quarterback Patrick Cowan completed only seven of 21 passes for 102 yards. He was sacked three consecutive times at the end of the game inside his own 10-yard line, twice by Notre Dame-bound tackle Brandon Nicolas.

Pagemun Parvin's 27-yard field goal on the final play of the second quarter gave Mater Dei a 17-14 halftime lead. St. John Bosco was fortunate to be so close after picking up only 22 yards rushing and being outgained, 232 yards to 83.

Mater Dei opened a 14-0 lead in the first half thanks to Jason Forcier's 21-yard touchdown run and a six-yard touchdown pass to Kyle Brown.

But two sophomores ignited a Brave comeback. Brandon Johnson, a cornerback, returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown. Receiver Jamar Brown caught a 47-yard pass from Cowan to clear the way for King's five-yard touchdown run.

Forcier completed 12 of 18 passes for 124 yards and rushed for 60 yards in 10 carries.
--Eric Sondheimer

Bishop Amat 27, Santa Margarita 3
Santa Margarita 27, Bishop Amat 3


Chino 31, Glendora 7
Damien 31, Diamond Bar 14
Ayala 21, Chino Hills 17


Mission Viejo 47, Trabuco Hills 0
Capistrano Valley 27, El Toro 7
San Clemente 41, Dana Hills 3


Temescal Canyon 28, Chaparral 24
Erik Wyrick returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown with 3:44 left to seal the victory for visiting Temescal Canyon (1-0 in league). Chaparral (4-2, 0-1) was down, 21-16, and driving before the interception ended the comeback. Junior running back Chris Davis carried the ball 10 times for 138 yards and had touchdown runs of 69 and 32 to lead the Titans. Senior quarterback Matt Ticich completed 19 of 28 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown for Chaparral.

Murrieta Valley 17, Rancho Verde 13


Bellflower 51, Artesia 14
La Mirada 10, Cerritos 7
Mayfair 57, Glenn 0


Elsinore 17, Hemet 14
West Valley 38, Perris 13


King 52, Norte Vista 12
Bloomington 58, Rubidoux 20


Esperanza 42, Marina 7
Fountain Valley 21, Huntington Beach 6


Nordhoff 29, Fillmore 14
Oak Park 22, Bishop Diego 7
Carpinteria 14, Santa Paula 6


Northview 51, Baldwin Park 6
Covina 21, San Dimas 20


Beverly Hills 43, West Torrance 14
Beverly Hills quarterback Ollie Linter passed for 272 yards and three touchdowns and Josh Reitzenstein ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns to help Beverly Hills improve to 3-2.

Cerritos Valley Christian 42, Whittier Christian 20
Brian Malone rushed for 249 yards and three touchdowns for Valley Christian (4-2).

Gahr 44, Norwalk 7
James Howel caught a 50-yard touchdown pass and returned a punt 64 yards for another touchdown to lead Gahr (4-2) over visiting Norwalk (1-5).

Mary Star 40, Salesian 16
Jonathan Phillips recovered a fumble and ran 29 yards for a score for Mary Star (4-2).

Oaks Christian 63, Kilpatrick 6
Aaron Ware rushed for 143 yards and three touchdowns in six carries, all in the first half, for host Oaks Christian (6-0). Ware scored on runs of 47, 5 and 36 yards and also had a 45-yard gain. Ware returned the opening kickoff to the Kilpatrick 30. On the game's first play from scrimmage, guard Greg Cole ran for a touchdown on a "fumblerooski" play.

Barstow 31, Sultana 10
Brethren Christian 20, St. Anthony 20
Costa Mesa 56, Garden Grove 21
Hacienda Heights Wilson 34, Rowland 24
La Quinta 40, Pacific 7
Lucerne Valley 12, Santa Clara 8
Malibu 20, Aquinas 14
Ontario Christian 30, Palos Verdes 3
San Luis Obispo 17, Santa Ynez 7
Temecula Valley 34, Paloma Valley 7
Vasquez 33, Arrowhead Christian 20
Warren 13, Lakewood 10


San Diego Point Loma 41, Montclair Prep 0



Lighthouse Christian 58, Rolling Hills Prep 28
Peter Hamilton had 278 yards rushing and four touchdowns to lead Lighthouse Christian (4-0, 1-0) at Rolling Hills Prep.


Lone Pine 58, Upland Christian 57
Bakersfield Valley 42 Villanova Prep 15
Kings Christian 39, Maricopa 14
Nixon (Nev.) Pyramid Lake 40, Noli Indian 6
Riverside Christian 48, Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 0
Victor Valley Christian 14 Hesperia Christian 0
Mission Prep 46, Cuyama Valley 8

Thursday, Oct. 16


Inglewood 22, Leuzinger 14


El Dorado 45, Canyon 28


La Serna 38, Pioneer 17
Quarterback Ernie Cooper rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns and also threw for a score to lead the way for host La Serna (6-0, 1-0). Pioneer falls to 4-2, 0-1.


Orange Lutheran 35, Placentia Valencia 0


Canyon Country Canyon 52, Valencia 45
After lopsided victories over five opponents who didn't inspire the jitters, the only apparent weakness in Canyon Country Canyon's game was its credibility.

"No one knows for sure," Valencia Coach Brian Stiman was saying before kickoff, "but [Canyon] might be one of the top five teams in the Southern Section."

Canyon (6-0, 1-0), ranked No. 14 in the Southland but having played only one team with a winning record, added a trophy with the Foothill League victory over No. 23 Valencia (4-2, 0-1) before about 4,000 at College of the Canyons.

Canyon's offense, which outscored five previous opponents, 248-69, was similarly proficient against the Vikings, who were ranked No. 3 in Division II, directly behind the Cowboys.

Canyon's Nathan Longshore, who last week committed to California, completed 23 of 41 passes for 359 yards with two interceptions and five touchdowns and rushed 10 times for 45 yards. Sean Coen caught a school-record 13 passes for 190 yards and touchdowns of 14, 26 and 46 yards, and Tim Nailleux caught seven passes for 122 yards and touchdowns of 23 and 29.

Yet, for all of Longshore's passing, it was Louis Montano's second scoring run, a 25-yarder, with 2:37 left that provided the difference.

Valencia sophomore Mike Herrick threw four interceptions, two of them in desperation in the waning moments. Herrick completed 32 of 42 passes for 376 yards and four touchowns.
--Martin Henderson


Pacifica 27, Rancho Alamitos 17
Quarterback Brandon Harper completed 11 of 23 passes for 147 yards and threw for one touchdown and kicker Curtis Gladden connected on a pair of 41-yard field goals to lead host Pacifica (3-3, 2-1). Rancho Alamitos is 2-4, 2-1.


Saddleback 24, Estancia 16
Westminster 34, Santa Ana 7


Moreno Valley 28, Valley View 22


St. Paul 24, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 21
Randall Reynoso kicked a 47-yard field goal with 18 seconds to play as the host Swordsmen scored 11 points in the last 1:14 en route to a victory in a Mission League opener.

Notre Dame (4-2), ranked No. 11, took its first lead of the game, 14-13, on a 57-yard scoring run by Cary Harris with 10:28 left and extended the lead to 21-13 on a 30-yard touchdown reception by Jimmy Welker from Garrett Green with 5:17 left.

But the Swordsmen (4-2) drove 80 yards on the ensuing possession as Dwight Tardy scored on a four-yard run and Miguel Rios connected with Phil Molina for the two-point conversion to tie the score, 21-21. Notre Dame's Greg Gallucci then muffed the ensuing kickoff and St. Paul recovered to set up the game-winning field goal.

Harris rushed 13 times for 105 yards and scored twice, including a three-yard scoring run early in the second quarter to tie the score, 7-7.

Notre Dame, which has won nine of the last 10 Mission League titles and is the defending Division IV champion, was out-gained 342-263 yards.
--Mayar Zokaei


Anaheim 22, Magnolia 14
Western 28, Savanna 10


Muir 48, Hoover 3


Corona del Mar 36, Laguna Beach 21


Cantwell-Sacred Heart 31, St. Genevieve 13


Irvine 17, Laguna Hills 0
The visiting Vaqueros scored on a trick play on their first offensive play of the game and didn't relinquish the lead in a Sea View League opener at Mission Viejo High.

After forcing Laguna Hills to punt on its first offensive series, Irvine scored on a 65-yard double pass from Tyler Dugan to Mike Edwards.

Irvine (5-1, 1-0) added a 35-yard field goal by Matt McLaughlin late in the first half to take a 10-0 lead, then scored on a one-yard run by Mike McKee late in the fourth quarter for a 17-0 lead.

Laguna Hills (5-1, 0-1) came into the game ranked fifth in Southern Section Division VI. Irvine was ranked 10th.
--Dan Arritt

Aliso Niguel 38, Woodbridge 28


Kaiser 35, Ramona 3


Los Alamitos 28, Edison 21
Quarterback Jimmy Barnes connected with Bryan Gordon for an eight-yard touchdown pass midway through the fourth quarter as the top-ranked Griffins rallied from a seven-point deficit for a Sunset League victory at Huntington Beach High.

No. 24 Edison (3-3, 0-1) led, 21-14, and drove into Los Alamitos territory early in the fourth quarter before Griffin linebacker Nathan Quinn intercepted a Brian Shrock pass near midfield and returned it for the game-tying touchdown with 11 minutes to play.

Los Alamitos (6-0, 1-0) got the ball back at the Edison eight-yard line after a snap sailed over the head of the Charger punter and Edison was assessed an illegal kicking penalty. The Griffins took the lead two plays later.

After the team exchanged punts, Edison's final drive ended when Los Alamitos defensive back Chad Dunn intercepted a pass and returned it to the Charger 31.

Barnes completed nine of 19 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns, including an 88-yard scoring strike to Gordon that tied the score, 7-7, early in the second quarter. Gordon had four catches for 116 yards and two touchdowns.

Edison receiver Matt White caught eight passes for 81 yards and a touchdown and set up another score with a first-quarter interception.
--Ben Bolch


Pomona 56, Ganesha 22

Tuesday, Oct. 14


CSDR 33, Twin Pines 6
CSDR improved to 3-2. Twin Pines fell to 0-4.

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