Saturday, Oct. 23


Jefferson 41, Manual Art 6
Contrell Walker threw three touchdown passes, two to Austin Usher and one to Travis Smith, to lead Jefferson (4-3, 2-0) past host Manual Arts (1-6, 0-2).

Friday, Oct. 22


Crenshaw 51, Locke 0
The Cougars (6-1, 2-0) tuned up for a Coliseum League showdown with Dorsey next week by getting two interception returns for touchdowns by Steve Stepter and Ronnie Warren. Darian Hagan added his eighth interception of the season and Reggie Carter picked up a safety with a sack on Locke's first offensive play of the game.

Senior fullback Rickie Collins rushed for 89 yards and scored on runs of three and seven yards in 12 carries, but otherwise, the defense dominated for Crenshaw (6-1, 2-0) in a game played at Locke.

Senior linebacker Regggie Carter had 10 tackles, including three sacks, for Crenshaw, which jumped out to a 37-0 halftime advantage.

Dorsey 28, Fremont 14
Stafon Johnson rushed for 151 yards in 18 carries, including a game-winning 4-yard touchdown run in the third quarter for host Dorsey (6-1, 2-0), ranked No. 12 by The Times.

Jeremiah Johnson added 129 yards and a touchdown in 15 carries for Dorsey. Andre Bouvay rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown in 15 carries for Fremont (5-2, 0-2). The game was tied 14-14 at halftime.


Huntington Park 20, Garfield 0
Jose Rivas gained 79 yards on 10 carries and scored on a 39-yard touchdown run for host Huntington Park (6-1, 2-0). Garfield is 4-3, 0-2.

South Gate 32, Roosevelt 16
Daniel Kozasky was 11 of 15 passing for 251 yards and Marco Pulido made six catches for 118 yards and kicked field goals of 20, 25, 31 and 40 yards for South Gate (4-3, 2-0) in a victory over Roosevelt (3-4, 1-1).

Kozasky also scored on a 10-yard run and teammate Peter Gonzalez had nine carries for 75 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown run.

L.A. Jordan 41, Bell 7


San Pedro 27, Banning 26
Senior Dustin Garneau threw a 49-yard touchdown to Joey Padilla with 2 minutes, 48 seconds remaining to lift San Pedro (4-3, 1-1) to victory over visiting Wilmington Banning.

Garneau completed five of 10 passes for 100 yards in the game, and also scored on a one-yard run in the third quarter. Teammate Gregory Wood had 25 carries for 258 yards and two touchdowns for the Pirates.

For Banning (2-5, 0-2) , C.J. Banania had 15 carries for 107 yards and scored on a 10-yard run with 5:30 left that gave the the Pilots a 26-21 lead. A two-point conversion run by Leo Mendoza was stopped.

Banning also got 101 yards rushing and two touchdowns in 17 carries by Mark Tafoya.

Carson 17, Gardena 10
Narbonne 21, Washington 8


Franklin 28, Belmont 14
Senior running back Brandon Torres gained 121 yards and scored two touchdowns for host Franklin (6-1, 2-1).

L.A. Marshall 28, Eagle Rock 25
Quarterback Richie Samayoa completed five of six passes for 46 yards, including the game-winning 20-yard touchdown pass to Michael Bush with 52 seconds left for visiting L.A. Marshall (4-4, 2-2). He also ran for 97 yards and one touchdown.

Senior tailback James Wilson had season-highs of 29 carries for 180 yards, with touchdown runs of one yards and 54 yards, for the Barristers. Eagle Rock is 5-2, 2-1.

Lincoln 34, Los Angeles 6
Quarterback Fernando Roman completed six of eight passes for 114 yards and one touchdown to lead Lincoln (2-5, 1-1) at Los Angeles (1-6, 0-3).


Grant 43, Verdugo Hills 0
North Hollywood 56, Hollywood 14
Sun Valley Poly 24, Canoga Park 12


San Fernando 30, Reseda 14
Rafael Reynolds rushed for 260 yards and three touchdowns, including a 98-yard touchdown run that gave host San Fernando (4-3, 2-0) a 23-14 lead in the fourth quarter. Reseda is 1-6, 1-1.

Monroe 28, Granada Hills Kennedy 7
Van Nuys 72, Sylmar 0


Venice 35, Palisades 0
Kenny Ashley scored four touchdowns for Venice (4-2, 2-0).

L.A. University 18, L.A. Hamilton 12
Fairfax 16, Westchester 8


Chatsworth 38, Cleveland 21
Sophomore Mike Moustakas passed for two touchdowns and ran for another and Sean Newman had six receptions for 107 yards, including one for a 13-yard score as Chatsworth (6-1, 1-1) pulled away from visiting Cleveland (6-1, 1-1) in the second half.

Sean Newman had six catches for 107 yards and one touchown for Chatsworth, which clung to a 14-13 edge at halftime.

Birmingham 40, El Camino Real 6
Taft 41, Granada Hills 17

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