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Saturday, Oct. 2


Cathedral 37, Jefferson 14
Junior Ricardo Galvez of Cathedral (3-1) gained 302 yards in 26 carries and scored five touchdowns against visiting Jefferson (2-2).

Friday, Oct. 1


Belmont 20, Lincoln 0
Quarterback Charles Crowell threw a 67-yard touchdown to Francisco Fernandez and a 7-yard touchdown to Arturo Moreno for Belmont (4-1) in a victory over visiting Lincoln.Jonathan Estrada ran for a 63-yard touchdown in the third quarter for the Sentinels' other score.

Eagle Rock 49, Los Angeles 7
Junior quarterback Jeremy Camacho completed 16 of 23 passes for 425 yards, including five touchdown passes, to lead host Eagle Rock (4-1, 1-0). Senior wide receiver Markece Peco broke a school record for receiving yards with eight catches for 206 yards for the Eagles. Los Angeles drops to 1-3, 0-1.

L.A. Wilson 33, Marshall 7
Chris Patino completed his first 17 passes and finished 18 of 19 for 263 yards to lead Wilson (4-0, 1-0). The single-game consecutive passes streak by Patino ties him for fourth place in the state with fellow mule, Ron Cuucia, who accomplished the feat in 1977.

Abraham Venegas had eight catches for 144 yards for Wilson. Marshall is 2-3, 0-1.


Canoga Park 20, Reseda 13
John Egan compiled 131 all-purpose yards and scored two touchdowns for Canoga Park (1-3, 1-0), while Vincent Argott completed 11 of 16 passes for 158 yards. Reseda is 0-4, 0-1.


Cleveland 55, Hollywood 6
Senior tailback Julius Killings ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries to lead visiting Cleveland (4-0). Six different players scored touchdowns for the Cavaliers, who had 393 total yards of offense. Hollywood drops to 0-4.

Crenshaw 47, Westchester 6
Quarterback Marques Curtis completed eight of 18 passes for 160 passes, including three for touchdowns, to lead visiting Crenshaw (3-1), ranked No. 20 by The Times.

Junior safety Darian Hagan Jr. intercepted three passes for the Cougars. Westchester drops to 0-4.

Franklin 49, Van Nuys 0
Host Franklin scored two touchdowns on special teams when Joe Childs returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter and Anthony Muniz returned a punt for 75 yards for a score in third.

Brandon Torres had 124 yards in 14 carries with two touchdowns and Marvin Rosales threw a 65-yard touchdown pass to Chris Velez in the second quarter for Franklin (4-0), which led 21-0 at the half.

Gardena 28, Roosevelt 8
Defensive tackle Brian Owens had 12 tackles and one sack for Gardena.

Garfield 21, L.A. Hamilton 19
Visiting Garfield improves to 3-1. Max Dower threw for 138 yards and two touchdowns for L.A. Hamilton (0-4).

South Gate 35, Sun Valley Poly 14
Daniel Kozasky completed eight of 12 passes for 110 yards including touchdowns of 25 yards and 20 yards to Marco Pulido for South Gate (1-3) in a victory over visiting Sun Valley Poly.

Taft 40, L.A. University 6
Senior quarterback Josh Portis completed 17 of 23 passes for 247 yards and four touchdowns to lead host Taft (3-1), ranked No. 21 by The Times.

Sophomore receiver Malcolm Smith, younger brother of USC's Steve Smith caught five passes for 82 yards, including two touchdown receptions for the Toreadors. L.A. University is 1-3.

Venice 31, Granada Hills 14
Visiting Venice is 2-2.

Chatsworth 28, San Fernando 15
El Camino Real 19, Granada Hills Kennedy 12
Fremont 35, Grant 34
Los Angeles Jordan 21, Manual Arts 0
Monroe 20, Palisades 10
Narbonne 34, Fairfax 20
Sylmar 40, North Hollywood 28
Washington 7, Locke 0


Carson 27, Leuzinger 24
Jaycen Taylor rushed for 214 yards in 30 carries for Leuzinger, but the Olympians (1-3) fell to Carson (2-2) in an intersectional game at Luezinger.

Arrin McDaniel had 44-yard touchdown run and Jamal Ruffin scored on a 29-yard run for Leuzinger.

Huntington Park 48, Murphy 0
Senior safety Danny Saucedo intercepted three passes and returned one 59 yards for a touchdown for host Huntington Park (3-1). Murphy drops to 0-4.

Dorsey 19, Oakland McClymonds 12
North Torrance 28, San Pedro 21
Paramount 34, Bell 13
St. Paul 47, Wilmington Banning 10

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