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Saturday, Sept. 11

NONLEAGUE

Brentwood 27, Mammoth 26
Sam Bartman complete 14 of 28 passes for 295 yards with three touchdowns and Andrew Moreno had two catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns for host Brentwood (1-0). Mammoth is 0-2.

Cathedral 58, Cantwell Sacred Heart 19
Ricky Galvez had 229 yards in 15 carries with two touchdowns and Glenn Carrera added 210 yards in 14 carries with two scores for host Cathedral in the season opener for both teams.

Chadwick 23, Animo 13
Chris Kim had 118 yards in 19 carries with two touchdowns to lead host Chadwick in the season opener for both teams.

Downey Calvary Chapel 6, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 6
Josh Sonnenfeld had two sacks and running back Justin Wenger scored the only touchdown for Murrieta Calvary Chapel (0-0-1) which missed a 35-yard field goal with four seconds remaining, and another chance from 25 yards with no time remaining after Downey Calvary Chapel (0-0-1) was penalized for 12 men on the field.

Edison 28, San Clemente 13
The Chargers, ranked fourth by The Times, turned three San Clemente turnovers into touchdowns in a nonleague victory at Huntington Beach High.

Edison (2-0) benefited from interceptions made by Dominique Vinson and Logan Galitski that set up two scores, and Austin Baca had an 18-yard fumble recovery for another touchdown that gave the Chargers a 28-7 third-quarter advantage.

Vinson's interception led to a four-yard scoring run by Cardona, who led all rushers with 84 yards in 21 carries. Edison quarterback Brian Shrock was 10 of 21 passing for 110 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

--Eric Maddy

La Salle 42, Western Christian 0
Jesse Ander scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, George Colton threw for two touchdowns and Dexter Bryant rushed for 129 yards on 19 carries for visiting La Salle (1-1). Western Christian is 0-1.

Valencia 45, Bishop Amat 7
Junior quarterback Michael Herrick completed 29 of 45 passes for 397 yards and four touchdowns with three interceptions as Valencia High showed off its four-receiver, no-huddle offense over La Puente Bishop Amat Saturday night at College of the Canyons. Herrick, who passed for 3,171 yards as a sophomore, connected on 10 consecutive passes in the first half as the Vikings (1-0), ranked No. 13 in the Southland by The Times, opened up a 28-7 lead.

Bishop Amat (0-2), ranked No. 12 by The Times, is running out of ideas on how to stop Herrick. Last season, in his varsity debut, Herrick passed for a school-record 421 yards in a 31-28 victory over the Lancers.

The most impressive player other than Herrick was speedy sophomore running back Shane Vereen, who rushed for 124 yards in 13 carries, scored on a 32-yard run and caught four passes for 43 yards in his varsity debut.

--Eric Sondheimer

Villanova Prep 49, Lancaster Desert Christian 12
Nick Scolari had 143 yards in 10 carries with three touchdowns and Sean Forster added 133 yards rushing in 17 carries and one touchdown for host Villanova Prep in the season opener for both teams. It was Villanova Prep's first played 11-man contest and Desert Christian's first varsity football game in the school's history.

Apple Valley 14, Barstow 13
Arroyo Grande 17, Lynwood 0
Bonita 33, Cypress 7
Bell-Jeff 32, Santa Clara 6
Brethren Christian 35, Bolsa Grande 18
Downey Calvary Chapel 6, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 6
Fairmont Prep 20, Twin Pines 15
Pasadena Marshall 55, St. Genevieve 0
Riverside Notre Dame 27, Ribet Academy
Upland 27, Riverside Poly 13
Vasquez 49, Malibu 8

INTERSECTIONAL

La Jolla Country Day 48, Avalon 0
Solana Beach Santa Fe Christian 46, Kilpatrick 6

8-Man

NONLEAGUE

Bethel Christian 51, Owens Valley 22
Ben Ayala of Owens Valley has a 70-yard interception return for a touchdown and David Southey gained 100 yards and scored once on 14 carries at Bethel Christian. It was the opener for both teams.

Discovery Prep 46, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 20
Derek Barksdale ran seven times for 142 yards and two touchdowns in a losing effort for host Hillcrest Christian in the season opener for both teams.

Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 50, Ventura County Christian 0
Robert Sherman caught three passes for 120 yards with two touchdowns and rushed for 80 yards and one score for Hillcrest Christian (1-0) in its first varsity football game. Ventura County Christian is 0-1.

Big Pine 56, Antelope Valley Christian 8
Faith Baptist 73, Cuyama Valley 28
Laguna Blanca 40, La Verne Lutheran 8
Lighthouse Christian 60, Santa Maria Valley Christian 8
Victor Valley Christian 23, Upland Christian 20

INTERSECTIONAL

Bakersfield Valley 44, Julian 12
Escondido San Pasqual Academy 44, First Lutheran 0
Riverside Christian 42, Vista Tri-City Christian 0

Friday, Sept. 10

NONLEAGUE

Aquinas 30, Big Bear 17
Andrew Adams had 138 yards and Charles OheFari rushed for 137 yards and one touchdown for host Aquinas.

Alhambra 21, Glendale 14
Sophomore Zion Babb, who caught four passes for 86 yards at wide receiver, blocked a Glendale punt with 9:53 left in the game and returned it 30 yards for the go-ahead touchdown in Alhambra's victory on the road. Alhambra (1-0) turned three Glendale (0-1) turnovers into 21 points. Quarterback Jacob Proctor completed six of 15 passes for 113 yards with one interception but his 23-yard touchdown pass to Devin Lopez cut into Glendale's 14-6 lead and Proctor followed with the two-point conversion to tie the game at 14-14 with 8:23 left in the third quarter.

Artesia 43, St. Monica 30
St. Monica had several big offensive performances but couldn't hold down Artesia on the road. Gilbert Ramirez rushed for 222 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries, Jeremy Brooks caught 10 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns while quarterback Mitch Smith was 20 of 26 for 303 yards and two scores with one interception for St. Monica.

Bassett 18, Norwalk 16
Jonathan Nunez had 169 yards on 19 carries with one rushing and one receiving touchdown for host Bassett (1-1). Mike Villa passed for 128 yards with two touchdowns for Bassett. Norwalk is 0-1.

Bishop 45, Arrowhead Christian 18
Dylan Beaman rushed for five touchdowns for host Bishop.

Capistrano Valley Christian 26, St. Anthony's 0
George Vardakotas rushed for 79 yards and four touchdowns and had two receptions for 35 yards and Austin Lee Thorpe completed nine for 19 passes for 136 yards and rushed for 86 yards for Capistrano Valley Christian in a season opener at St. Anthony's.

Chaparral 37, Elsinore 14
Chaparral rushed for 328 yards in the season-opening win. Junior running back Donnell Fulford accounted for 120 yards rushing, including a 25-yard touchdown run, for the visiting Pumas (1-0), whose defense held Elsinore (1-1) to 201 total yards.

Colton 30, Rancho Buena Vista 14
Colton, ranked No. 8 in the Southern Section Division I preseason rankings, ran for 331 yards in a big victory at Rancho Buena Vista. Shareece Wright had 195 yards and two touchdowns and Allen Bradford rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns while adding two two-point conversions.

Corona 19, Ayala 13
Keland Johnson rushed for 104 yards in 15 carries with one touchdown in a losing effort for Ayala (0-1).

Culver City 36, St. Bernard 6
Kris Cueva was eight of 20 passing for 120 yards with two touchdowns and one interception and Dwight Mayfield rushed 13 times for 122 yards, including touchdown runs of 70, 11 and five yards for Culver City (1-0) at St. Bernard.

Crespi 23, Palmdale 6
Sean Conway hit three field goals in three attempts, converting from 41, 43 and 27 yards to help host Crespi (1-0) rally from a 6-3 halftime deficit.Reserve defensive end Jeremy Watson returned a fumble 85 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter for the second-longest fumble return in Crespi school history. The longest return, of 89 yards also for a touchdown, was recorded in 1995 by Jamian Barbour.

Dana Hills 28, El Dorado 26
Grant Schwartz scored on a 71-yard touchdown run with 6 1/2 minutes left in the game to put Dana Hills ahead 28-20, and the Dolphins held off El Dorado down the stretch at Placentia Valencia. El Dorado had a scoring run with just over three minutes left to close the final margin.

Diamond Bar 37, Beverly Hills 19
Marcus Jones scored on a 32-yard pass, Josh Reitzenstein had a five-yard touchdown run and Meyer Linter scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak in a losing effort for Beverly Hills at Diamond Bar.

Dominguez 15, Bloomington 14
Marvin Johnson completed a 30-yard touchdown pass to Darryl Crummie with 1:41 remaining in the game to lead visiting Dominguez (1-0), ranked No. 25 by The Times. Michael Sheldon recorded 1 1/2 sacks for Dominguez.

Foothill 33, Tustin 16
Dan Kirkpatrick completed 13 of 23 passes for 202 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for Foothill in a season opener at Tustin High. Shaun Gentry had three receptions for 50 yards and touchdown receptions covering 23 and 27 yards. Mike Habashy recovered three fumbles for Foothill.

Gardena Serra 42, Harvard-Westlake 14
Brandon Charles was 12 of 19 passing for 295 yards and two touchdowns and Marcus Hardaway had four receptions for 85 yards and a touchdown for host Serra (1-0). Tristan Patin added three receptions for 88 yards for the Cavaliers and Justin Foster had three catches for 80 yards and one touchdown for the Cavaliers.

Glenn 28, Murphy 6
Noel Clarke had 13 carries for 85 yards, including a touchdown run of 22 yards in the second quarter for Glenn (1-0) at Excelsior High.

Grace Brethren 30, Rio Hondo Prep 14
Chad Kackert rushed for 193 yards in 32 carries, including touchdown runs of nine, 39 and five yards, for visiting Grace Brethren (1-0). Steve Gourley returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown for Grace Brethren. Rio Hondo Prep is 0-1.

Hemet 42, Palm Springs 29
Brandis Dew completed 18 of 32 passes for 337 yards, six touchdowns and one interception for Hemet (1-0). Ryan Griffith had eight receptions for 156 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Scott Saunders threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns for host Palm Springs (1-1).

Lawndale 21, Bishop Montgomery 19
Mike Bruccoleri rushed for two touchdowns and had another touchdown receiving for Bishop Montgomery in a loss at Lawndale.

Linfield Christian 31, Saddleback Valley Christian 0
Chuck Wilson had touchdown receptions of 42 and 29 yards for host Linfield Christian (2-0), which scored three touchdowns in the final quarter and held Saddleback Valley Christian (0-2) to just 12 yards rushing for the game.

Lompoc 19, Los Altos 14
Junior tailback Joseph Scott scored on runs of nine and 60 yards in the third quarter to break a 7-7 halftime tie and host Lompoc snapped a 20-game winning streak - the longest in the Southland - by Los Altos, the two-time defending Southern Section Division VI champion.

Junior Jakob Sims scored on an eight yard run in the first half for Lompoc, the two-time defending Division X champion. After taking the lead on Scott's 12 third-quarter points, the Braves stopped a late drive by Los Altos.

The Conquerors had a fourth-and-goal on the Lompoc nine-yard line with 1:39 to play, but senior nose guard Clayton Greco sacked Los Altos quarterback Daniel Sandello to preserve the victory.

"This game to us was like a CIF playoff game, and that's the way we played it," said Lompoc Coach Robin Luken, whose team played Los Altos for the for the first time in his 13-year tenure.

"They are a good football team, very talented, but we just got after them a little bit. I think they weren't sure what they were getting into, because teams down there don't usually come up this way."

--Lauren Peterson

Lompoc Cabrillo 21, Kern County Taft 17
Lydell Sargent ran the opening kickoff back 80 yards for a touchdown for Cabrillo.

Mater Dei 21, Orange Lutheran 7
If Jason Forcier had not left Santa Ana Mater Dei High, Kyle Woody would have been playing linebacker.

And the Monarchs might still be looking for a vertical passing game.But with Woody taking his first varsity snaps, the senior showed he was ready for his chance in the season opener.

He passed for 264 yards, 229 in the first half, and led Mater Dei, ranked No. 14 in the Southland by The Times, to a 21-7 victory Friday over No. 11 Orange Lutheran at Santa Ana Stadium before about 7,500.

He completed eight of 15 passes overall. He completed his first pass - on his first varsity play - on a deep pass to wide-open Mike Orozco. The ball traveled about 45 yards in through the air, and yielded an 80-yard score and a 7-0 lead just 12 seconds into the game against the broken coverage.

It was a big night for rookies, because Orozco was making his first varsity start, too.Woody's arm provided a 14-0 lead just 67 seconds into the second quarter when he connected with Kyle Brown on a 49-yard scoring pass. It was the climax of five-play, 92-yard drive.

Five of Woody's first six completions were at least 37 yards against an Orange Lutheran defense that prides itself on its defensive line and secondary.

Orange Lutheran (0-1), which won last year's game between the private schools, 34-14, drove 76 yards in 13 plays to cut the lead in half, 14-7, as Donny Lee scored from 16 yards on a drive that benefited from a personal foul after stopping the Lancers on third down.

Woody, a linebacker last season, would have been there Friday if Forcier had not gone south to San Diego.

"The opportunity presented itself," said Woody, 19-1 as a starting quarterback in Mater Dei's lower levels. "I worked hard in the off-season. I'm a winner. I don't like to lose."Coach Bruce Rollinson said as much: "I forgot that he was a gamer."

Woody had some help. Rollinson praised the play of his offensive line, which provided the protection for Woody to excel.

"I told the kids, we need to start chipping away at getting some back some respect for the program," Rollinson said.

The Monarchs can take a big step toward that end Thursday against No. 1 Mission Viejo at Cal State Fullerton.

Mater Dei scored the only touchdown of the second half with 1:13 left in the third quarter. Like the others, Woody's long game played a role as he connected on a 24-yarder to Robert Dubrish on a third-and-10 situation. That kept alive the 80-yard drive, and set the stage for a two-yard run by Rick Russell, who gained 65 yards in 17 carries.

--Martin Henderson

Mojave 49, Village Christian 21
Daniel Ashcraft rushed for two scores and also caught a touchdown pass from Steven Moe for host Mojave (1-0).

Monrovia 42, Duarte 12
David Potts completed 11 of 17 passes for 242 yards and four touchdowns for host Monrovia (2-0). Jessie Canada was Potts' main target, making six catches for 146 yards, including touchdowns receptions of 31, 19 and 76 yards. Potts also hit Asa Bias for a 54-yard touchdown pass. Brandon Spicer added 105 yards in 11 carries for the Rams. Corey Fluker scored on a pair of pass receptions in the last four minutes to account for all of Duarte's points.

Oaks Christian 35, Muir 14
Aaron Ware rushed for 203 yards and two touchdowns and Jimmy Clausen threw three touchdown passes for visiting Oaks Christian (1-0). Ware scored on runs of 51 and three yards. Clausen, who completed 17 of 34 passes for 270 yards, threw touchdown passes of 41, 26 and 14 yards.

Ontario Christian 24, Cerritos Valley Christian 14
Phil Belko rushed 123 yards on 10 carries while Rich Owens had 111 yards on 16 carries and a touchdowns in Ontario's win at Valley Christian. Quarterback Lance Cromer completed seven of 13 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown in the opener for both teams.

San Bernardino 14, Hesperia 7
Richard Murrell carried 20 times for 172 yards including a 25-yard scoring run that broke a scoreless tie with 6:57 remaining in the game.

Santa Barbara 28, Oxnard 7
Kevin Dunn passed for 173 yards and two touchdowns and R.J. Valdez rushed for 95 yards for Santa Barbara.

Serrano 34, Granite Hills 6
Taylor Walker caught two touchdown passes for the Diamondbacks (1-0).

Agoura 38, Buena 16
Aliso Niguel 43, El Toro 7
Alta Loma 20, Miller 20
Anaheim Canyon 28, Santa Ana Valley 12
Anza Hamilton 38, Banning 18
Apple Valley at Barstow, ppd., thunderstorms
Arroyo Valley 34, Moreno Valley 6
Bellflower 42, Garden Grove Pacifica 14
Beaumont 28, Cathedral City 12
Brawley 48, Indio 7
Burbank Burroughs 27, Littlerock 0
Camarillo 21, Ventura 14
Canyon Country Canyon 55, Leuzinger 38
Century 14, Buena Park 6
Chaffey 13, Corona Santiago 6
Chaminade 24, Royal 14
Channel Islands 17, Nordhoff 14
Charter Oak 27, Damien 7
Chino 41, Pacific 6
Claremont 35, Hacienda Heights Wilson
Coachella Valley 25, Yucca Valley 22
Colony 32, San Jacinto 14
Corona del Mar 35, Costa Mesa 9
Culver City 36, St. Bernard 6
Diamond Ranch 7, West Covina 7
Desert Hot Springs 50, Sherman Indian 8
Dominguez 15, Bloomington 14
Don Lugo20, Nogales 17
El Rancho 20, Cerritos 0
El Segundo 24, Mary Star 21
Esperanza 20, Murrieta Valley 6
Fontana 14, Cajon 13
Fullerton 28, La Mirada 13
Garden Grove 14, Katella 13
Garden Grove Santiago 48, Ocean View 21
Glendora 32, Covina 28
Hawthorne 34, South Torrance 21
Highland 21, Paraclete 14
Hoover 28, Mountain View 14
Irvine 54, Irvine University 27
Kaiser 27, Rancho Cucamonga 26
King 11, Ramona 6
Lakewood 21, Servite 10
La Habra 25, Downey 4
Laguna Beach 38, Westminster La Quinta 12
Lancaster 42, Pasadena 12
La Palma Kennedy 20, Savanna 13
La Sierra 42, Norte Vista 14
Lawndale 21, Bishop Montgomery 19
Linfield Christian 31, Saddleback Valley Christian 0
Lompoc 19, Los Altos 14
Long Beach Poly 46, Corona Centennial 20
Long Beach Wilson 28, Pomona 12
Los Osos 48, Ganesha 0
Lucerne Valley 33, Knight 0
Maranatha 34, Great Oak 14
Mayfair 26, Long Beach Cabrillo 0
Mira Costa 31, North Torrance 27
Montclair 31, Garey 30
Morro Bay 24, Carpinteria 7
Nipomo 28, Santa Paula 17
Norco 20, Eisenhower 14
Palm Desert 38, Sultana 6
Paso Robles 21, Santa Ynez 21
Peninsula 41, Palos Verdes 6
Quartz Hill 20, Desert 6
Redlands 20, Etiwanda 0
Redlands East Valley 52, Victor Valley 20
Redondo 42, Torrance 8
Righetti 52, Santa Maria 7
Rio Mesa 14, San Marcos 10
Rim of the World 28, Twentynine Palms 14
Sage Hill 42, Midway Baptist 14
San Gorgonio 17, Perris 10
San Luis Obispo 33, Dos Pueblos 7
Santa Margarita 14, St. Paul 3
Saugus 33, Blair 12
Silverado 26, Rialto 15
Simi Valley 34, Oxnard Pacific 20
Sonora 20, Santa Ana 14
St. John Bosco 28, Long Beach Jordan 0
Temecula Valley 19, Canyon Springs 6
Temescal Canyon 34, Arlington 0
Tesoro 38, Laguna Hills 10
Thousand Oaks 35, Crescenta Valley 10
Troy 22, Westminster 6
Valley View 34, Paloma Valley 21
Vista del Lago 36, Compton Centennial 14
Yucaipa 35, La Quinta 33
Walnut 20, Ontario 6
Westlake 47, Hueneme 18
West Torrance 19, Santa Monica 6
West Valley 31, Jurupa Valley 0

INTERSECTIONAL

Fremont 35, Compton 0
Andre Bouvay rushed for 235 yards and three touchdowns in 14 carries and Danny Williams caught four passes for 75 yards and one touchdown for host Fremont in the season opener for both schools. Andrew Bouvay scored the Pathfinders' final touchdown on a two-yard quarterback sneak. Fremont held Compton to 87 yards from scrimmage and recovered four Tar Babes fumbles.

Lincoln 28, Keppel 14
Quarterback Dan Vazquez completed six of 14 passes for 169 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a nine-yard score for host Lincoln (1-0). Carlos Jaramillo caught all six passes from Vazquez, finishing with 169 yards receiving, including scoring catches of 27 yards in the second quarter and 76 yards in the third quarter. La'Mont Maxie rushed for 58 yards in nine carries for the Railsplitters and Vazquez finished with 25 yards in three carries.

Loyola 48, Regis (Col.) 0
Running back Trason Bragg rushed for 80 yards on 13 carries and scored on touchdown runs of two and seven yards for Loyola, the Times' No. 6-ranked team. Quarterback Casey Frost completed nine of 11 passes for 125 yards and also rushed for 57 yards and a touchdown. Matt Appenfelder caught five passes for 75 yards and a score for the Cubs (1-0).

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 31, Birmingham 13
Junior quarterback Garrett Green connected on his first seven passes of the second half and finished 16 of 24 for 158 yards and two touchdowns in the Knights' nonleague victory.

Green, who also rushed for 66 yards in eight carries, directed scoring drives of 73 and 80 yards in the third quarter after Notre Dame, ranked No. 7 by the Times, led at halftime, 10-0.

Cary Harris rushed for 107 yards in 16 carries, and tight end Mike DiVincenzo caught touchdown passed of five and 28 yards for Notre Dame, the two-time defending Southern Section Division III champions.

Birmingham had trouble sustaining drives despite quarterback Andrew Miramontes passing for 310 yards and one touchdown, a 73-yard reception by Kenny Davis. The Patriots suffered a costly injury when their best defensive lineman, David Ikahihifo, broke his arm in four places.

--Eric Sondheimer

Antelope Valley 48, Oakland Tech 26
Bell Gardens 26, Bell 20
Colton 30, Rancho Buena Vista 14
Half Moon Bay 17, Schurr 16
Needles 49, Silver Valley 0
Newbury Park 21, Vail (Ariz.) Cienega 14
Ridgecrest Burroughs 47, Tehachapi 13
St. Bonaventure 50, Las Vegas Centennial 14
San Marcos Mission Hills 26, Vista Murrieta 6
Shafter 31, Frazier Mountain 7
Valley View 34, Paloma Valley 21
Westchester 32, Morningside 27

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NONLEAGUE

Santa Clarita Christian 22, California Lutheran 16
Stephen Mercier, who started the game at quarterback but sat out most of the second half with leg cramps, scored the game-winning touchdown on a 65-yard toss from Jared Dennis as Santa Clarita Christian opened the season with a victory at California Lutheran. Mercier also rushed for 100 yards and scored one TD while passing for 68 yards and another score.

Bloomington Christian 58, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 25
Hesperia Christian 48, Rolling Hills Prep 0
Joshua Springs 28, Southlands Christian 22
Kings Christian 41, Excelsior 0
Liberty Christian 62, Skyward Christian 12
Maricopa 64, Los Angeles Lutheran 6
Mission Prep 75, Laton 34
Santa Clarita Christian 22, California Lutheran 16
Trona 50, Noli Indian 0
Windward 41, Westmark 0

INTERSECTIONAL

Warner Springs 48, Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 0

Thursday, Sept. 9

NONLEAGUE

Filmore 28, L.A. Baptist 25
Art Rubio had 156 yards rushing on 19 carries with three touchdowns and went seven of 14 passing for 78 yards and Daniel Miller had a 32-yard interception return for a touchdown to lead visiting Filmore (2-0). Quarterback Tyler Robertson had 168 yards passing and two touchdowns with four interceptions for L.A. Baptist (0-1).

Mission Viejo 55, Los Alamitos 21
Mark Sanchez was solid at quarterback, but Chane Moline stole the show by rushing 16 times for 276 and four touchdowns on runs of one, two, 46 and 52 yards in the nonleague victory at Mission Viejo.

Moline also caught an 11-yard touchdown pass, one of two receptions for 31 yards, as the Diablos (1-0) rolled up 580 yards of offense and scored on seven of their first eight possessions. Moline, who also carried for a two-point conversion, dominated the first half. At one point in the second quarter, he had successive carries of 52, 61 and 40 yards and went into halftime with 221 yards rushing in 12 carries.

Sanchez completed 10 of 15 passes for 196 yards and touchdowns of 29, 11 and 30 yards, the latter providing a 48-14 lead in the third quarter.

Barnes completed 11 of 23 passes for 130 yards and two interceptions - both when his arm was hit by a defender on the release. Cortez Rice rushed 22 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns. Los Alamitos (1-1) scored on its first play -- a 22-yard pass from Barnes to Jeremy Childs -- after Mission Viejo fumbled its kickoff return.

--Martin Henderson

Capistrano Valley 18, Marina 6
El Modena 24, Orange 13
Estancia 33, Magnolia 26
Gahr 20, Whittier 10
Newport Harbor 20, Fountain Valley 7
Northview 27, Paramount 7
Northwood 14, Woodbridge 14
Placentia Valencia 35, Villa Park 7
Rancho Alamitos 41, Saddleback 14
Rancho Verde 11, Riverside North 0
Rubidoux 30, Carter 18
Santa Fe 16, Inglewood 6
Warren 34, Millikan 27
Western 13, Loara 0

INTERSECTIONAL

Chino Hills 36, San Diego County San Marcos 0
Jason Assanah scored on runs of 34 and 36 yards, DeWayne Wade added scoring runs of 57 and eight yards, and Kevin Guppy kicked a 49-yard field goal to lead Chino Hills to the season-opening victory. Guppy also connected with Robert Lawrence on a 74-yard scoring pass play. Chino Hills, which rushed for 213 yards, held San Marcos to 111 yards on offense.

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INTERSECTIONAL

Eastside Christian 62, San Diego Jewish Academy 42

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