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Saturday, Sept. 18

NONLEAGUE

Cathedral 40, Harvard-Westlake 7
Glenn Carrera rushed for 217 yards and three touchdowns and Kevin Cruz had 17 tackles, eight solo, and a fumble recovery for Cathedral (2-0). Harvard-Westlake falls to 0-2.

La Salle 38, San Marino 0
George Colton of La Salle (2-1) was 9 for 12 for 92 yard and two touchdowns and teammated Jesse Ander caught seven passes for 72 yards and two touchdowns against visiting San Marino (0-2). The La Salle defense had three interceptions and six sacks.

Pasadena Marshall 33, Pasadena Poly 27
Reed Wagener of Pasadena Poly (1-1) gained 94 yards in 21 carries and scored on runs of 9, 2 and 11 yards against visiting Pasadena Marshall (3-0). Poly quarterback Stephen Sherman completed 10 of 16 for 147 yards.

Agoura 35, Camarillo 14
Anaheim Canyon 30, La Palma Kennedy 20
Bell-Jeff 40, Webb 6
Brethren Christian 55, Fairmont Prep 7
Century 42, Westminster La Quinta 0
Charter Oak 13, La Mirada 0
Estancia 19, Buena Park 0
Flintridge Prep 12, Santa Clara 8
Garden Grove Pacifica 34, Pomona 10
Grace Brethren 40, Campbell Hall 12
Maranatha 30, Twin Pines 0
Montclair Prep 40, Brentwood 14
Murrieta Calvary Chapel 7, Riverside Christian 0
Peninsula 28, Gardena Serra 7
Rio Hondo Prep 23, Western Christian 6

INTERSECTIONAL

Long Beach Poly 29, Clovis East 28 (OT)
Poly (2-0) is ranked second in the state and Clovis East (2-1) seventh by Cal-Hi Sports.

San Diego Point Loma 15, Culver City 6
Darryl Forte scored on a one-yard run in the second quarter for the only points for Culver City (1-1). Lester Arnold, who had a 46-yard interception return for a touchdown, rushed 20 times for 107 yards and a five-yard scoring run and defensive tackle Josh Holmes recorded a safety for Point Loma (2-0).

San Ysidro 49, Big Bear 42
Sam Robinson passed to Phillip Hoi for A 58-yard touchdown for visiting San Ysidro. Josh Miranda had 175 rushing yards for Big Bear (0-2).

San Diego 36, Santa Ana Valley 14

8-Man

NONLEAGUE

L.A. Lutheran 22, La Verne Lutheran 16
Adam Rey scored on a 18-yard touchdown run in the final minute to give L.A. Lutheran the victory.

La Verne Lutheran scored 16 fourth-quarter points to tie the score late. Danny Miller scored on four-yard run and Trevor Mathews scored on a 40-yard interception return. Mathews, who recovered a fumble and had four of the team's school-record 10 sacks, keyed a La Verne Lutheran defense that recorded a safety for a second consecutive game.

Laguna Blanca 44, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 20
Jake Tardiff completed 13 of 22 passes for 166 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for Hillcrest Christian (1-1). Mike Paniagua had four receptions for 78 yards with one touchdown and Drew Rigney had three receptions for 75 yards and one score. Laguna Blanca improves to 2-0.

Santa Clarita Christian 22, Hesperia Christian 9
Stephen Mercier had 20 carries for 119 yards and two touchdowns and threw a 41-yard touchdown pass and James Richardson had two catches for 50 yards including a touchdown and had eight tackles for host Santa Clarita Christian (2-0). Hesperia Christian is 1-1.

Thacher 47, Maricopa 22
Gabe Yette of Thacher (1-0) gained 140 yards in 17 carries and scored on runs of 27, 4 and 28 yards against visiting Maricopa (1-1). Thacher quarterback Sam Felton was 7 of 7 for 135 yards and touchdowns of 22, 18 and 40 yards.

Windward 43, Upland Christian 6
Jamie Melas had four receptions for 122 yards and two touchdowns, had 17 tackles and blocked a field goal for Windward (2-0) in a victory at Upland Christian (0-2).

Windward also got 79 yards rushing, three touchdown runs and 14 tackles from Jonathan Nemani and Taylor Wishman had 17 tackles, two sacks and a safety.

California Lutheran 42, Southlands Christian 12
Redlands Calvary Chapel 50, South Bay Lutheran 26
Skyward Christian 44, Lee Vining 23

INTERSECTIONAL

Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 44, Owens Valley (CA) Christian 8
Derek Barksdale had 112 yards and three touchdowns in 16 carries and Cole Muzio threw two touchdown passes, ran for another score, made 13 tackles and recovered a fumble for host Hillcrest Christian (1-1). Owens Valley is 0-2.

Bakersfield Valley 49, Las Vegas Mountain View Christian 29
Big Pine 55, Coleville 28
La Jolla Country Day 48, Laton 8

Friday, Sept. 17

NONLEAGUE

Alhambra 31, Temple City 19
Junior quarterback Jacob Proctor completed 11 of 21 passes for 250 yards and five touchdowns, including two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to break a 19-19 tie and lead host Alhambra (2-0). Temple City drops to 0-2.

Alta Loma 21, Ayala 13
Visiting Alta Loma scored a touchdown in the second, third, and fourth quarters. Keland Johnson had a 16-yard touchdown run for Ayala (0-2).

Bell Gardens 31, El Rancho 20
Alfredo Castaneda rushed for 186 yards in 22 carries including three touchdown runs of 70 yards, 19 yards and 63 yards for visiting Bell Gardens (2-0). El Rancho is 1-1.

Bonita 47, South El Monte 7
Quarterback Mike Williams completed 10 of 17 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns and no interceptions for Bonita at South El Monte.Williams also had touchdown runs of one and three yards. Justin Galindo caught both touchdown from Williams on receptions of 24 and 28 yards, and senior safety Jason Wells intercepted two passes for Bonita (2-0).

Cerritos Valley Christian 30, St. Bernard 14
Junior tailback Ken Kimura rushed for 149 yards on 23 carries to lead visiting Cerritos Valley Christian (1-1). Linebacker Steven Jones had 14 tackles, three unassisted, to lead the Crusader defense.

Chadwick 50, Viewpoint 20
Dolphin quarterback Daniel Kohl completed 16 of 26 passes for 284 yards and four touchdowns to lead Chadwick (2-0) to the victory at Calabasas High. Ace Norris caught two touchdown passes and rushed for another score and James Brooks caught five passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns for the winners.

Chino 45, Don Lugo 7
Senior running back Shawn Oatis scored two touchdowns, one receiving and one rushing, to lead host Chino (2-0). Don Lugo is 1-1.

Chino Hills 42, Montclair 0
Six different players scored touchdowns for visiting Chino Hills (2-0). Montclair is 1-1.

Compton Centennial 12, Murphy 6
Darryl Moses scored two first-half touchdowns for Compton Centennial, one on a 30-yard run and another on a 25-yard pass reception from quarterback Julius Harris, to give the Apaches (1-2) their first victory after 19 consecutive losses at Centennial.The victory is Centennial's last victory since a 14-6 decision over St. Anthony in 2002, and is the team's first under first-year coach Aaron Craver, a former NFL running back.

Dana Hills 22, Woodbridge 17
Dana Hills rallied from a 17-6 deficit when Zach Rivas intercepted his third pass of the night to set up the winning touchdown drive. Brandon Giesen capped a 56-yard drive with a three-yard run after Grant Schwartz completed a 53-yard pass to Nathan Barnett. Parker St. Clair had a 46-yard field goal for Dana Hills (2-0).

Diamond Bar 49, Sonora 13
Jeff Jansen threw for 259 yards and four touchdowns in the first half for Diamond Bar (2-0). Randy Tyler had five catches for 197 yards and four touchdowns, while Jo Beaudion ran for two other scores. Sonora is 1-1.

Esperanza 38, Mira Costa 14
If losing its first regular season game in three years will improve Manhattan Beach Mira Costa's chances of winning a Southern Section title, the Mustangs would gladly make that sacrifice.

Mira Costa suffered its first defeat since the second week of the 2001 season when it gave up 24 unanswered points in the second half to Anaheim Esperanza at Placentia Valencia High on Friday night.

Mira Costa, ranked No. 18 in the Southland by The Times, reached the Division III final the last four years, only to lose to Newhall Hart in its first two appearances and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame the last two. Don Morrow, in his 12th season coaching the Mustangs, is hoping Division I-caliber opponents such as the No. 24 Aztecs will give them added experience against top-flight programs.

``Those losses to Notre Dame and Hart the last couple years have stung a little bit,'' Morrow said.

The Mustangs (1-1) held their own against Esperanza (3-0) in the first half, even out-gaining them in total yardage, 215-62. But Esperanza collected three of its four interceptions in the second half, including two by senior linebacker Gary Rogers, turning them into 17 points.

Dan Arritt

Gabrielino 47, Duarte 0
Senior slot receiver Jesus Moreno had three touchdown receptions and senior running back Jonathan Omar rushed for three touchdowns for host Gabrielino (2-0). Duarte drops to 0-3.

Granite Hills 31, Yucca Valley 14
Granite Hills (1-1) scored 19 unanswered points in the fourth quarter when Ricky Gabrielson ran back a fumble recovery 66 yards for a touchdown, then returned an interception 91 yards on the game's final play to lead host Granite Hills (1-1). Yucca Valley is 0-2.

Hacienda Heights Wilson 14, Glenn 9
Visiting Hacienda Heights Wilson is 1-1. Noel Clark rushed nine times for 89 yards and one touchdown to lead host Glenn (1-1).

Linfield Christian 21, San Diego Francis Parker 21
Chuck Wilson rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown, while Trevor Caines and Ryan Weilert added a touchdown apiece for host Linfield Christian (2-0-1). Parker is 1-1-1.

Mojave 56, Vasquez 0
Chris Stevens carried seven times for 168 yards and five touchdowns for host Mojave (2-0). Daniel Ashcraft added a 90-yard kickoff return for another touchdown. Vasquez falls to 2-1.

Nogales 17, Bassett 9
Junior quarterback Mike Valejo completed eight of 15 passes for 113 yards to lead host Nogales (1-1).

Notre Dame 41, Westlake 6
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, the two-time defending Division III champion and ranked No. 7 by The Times, scored three touchdowns in a four-minute span of the first half and forced six turnovers en route to the victory at Westlake (1-1).

The Warriors, Division IV champions last season, could muster only three passing yards in the first half and finished with 156 total yards, more than 100 of which came against Notre Dame's reserves in the fourth quarter.

Rodney Glass rushed eight times for 111 yards and three touchdowns for the Knights (2-0). Cary Harris and Shane Horton each had two interceptions in the win.

Oaks Christian 49, Solana Beach San Fe Christian 24
Jimmy Clausen was 18 of 26 passing for 273 yards and four touchdowns and Marc Tyler had three catches for 107 yards and also rushed three times for 101 yards, including a one-yard touchdown run for host Oaks Christian (2-0).Joe Guiliani had seven catches for 116 yards, including 35-yard scoring catch. Aaron Ware rushed for 81 yards and one touchdown in 15 carries for Oaks Christian.

Ontario Christian 49, Whittier Christian 32
Rich Owens rushed for 280 yards, including touchdown runs of eight, 23, 25 and 10 yards, in 13 carries for Ontario Christian (2-0) at Whittier College.

Rialto 43, Victor Valley 6
Visiting Rialto improves to 1-1. Fullback Steven Jones scored the lone touchdown for Victor Valley (0-2) in the fourth quarter on 53-yard run.

San Dimas 29, Apple Valley 6
Quarterback David Calvillo threw three touchdown passes and Shawn Boaz had three touchdown catches and one interception for host San Dimas (2-0). Bryan Richards had 15 tackles to lead the Saints on defense. Apple Valley is 1-1.

Santa Fe 14, Montebello 0
Senior free safety Shawn Fairis intercepted two passes to lead host Santa Fe (2-0). Montebello is 1-1.

Saugus 42, Pasadena 14
Senior running back Doug Hudson rushed for two touchdowns to lead visiting Saugus (2-0). Pasadena drops to 0-2.

Schurr 20, Downey 13
Jesse Ramirez rushed 27 times for 232 yards and one touchdown for Schurr (1-1).

South Pasadena 17, Hoover 14
Kicker Chandler Blevens scored the game-winning 34-yard field goal with five minutes left in the game for host South Pasadena (1-5). Hoover is 1-1.

St. Monica 28, El Segundo 21
Visiting St. Monica (1-1) completed a 95-yard scoring drive in the last seven minutes for the game-winning touchdown and senior quarterback Mitch Smith completed 20 of 28 passes for 280 yards and ran for the winning touchdown with 1:30 left in the game. El Segundo is 1-1.

Sultana 3, Cajon 0
Justin Hoegurl of visiting Sultana (1-1) kicked the winning 25-yard field goal with 6:04 left in the game. Cajon is 1-1.

Tesoro 42, Foothill 29
Daniel Kirkpatrick was 15 of 28 for 204 yards and one touchdown, and also had a 17-yard touchdown run in the loss for visiting Foothill (1-1). Zach Leffel ran for 80 yards with two touchdowns and Matt Fosberg caught eight passes for 100 yards and a score for Foothill. Tesoro improves to 2-0.

Anza Hamilton 23, San Jacinto 20
Arroyo 62, Azusa 6
Bishop Amat 21, Glendora 13
Bishop Montgomery 46, Animo 20
Blair 30, Keppel 16
California 31, Artesia 19
Canyon Country Canyon 51, Ridgecrest Burroughs 34
Carpinteria 27, Kilpatrick 20
Cathedral City 36, Carter 13
Chaffey 32, Pacific 0
Chino Hills 42, Montclair 0
Claremont 23, Damien 22
Colony 62, Jurupa Valley 13
Corona Centennial 42, Arroyo Valley 14
Corona del Mar 44, Troy 28
Crespi 25, Alemany 7
CSDR 31, Silver Valley 20
Desert Hot Springs42, San Juan Capistrano Serra 0
Edison 29, Capistrano Valley 0
Eisenhower 18, Etiwanda 13
Excelsior 22, Victor Valley Christian 8
Fillmore 49, Capistrano Valley Christian 7
Fullerton 28, Gahr 10
Great Oak 18, Riverside Notre Dame 0
Hemet 50, Indio 12
Hesperia 6, Perris 3
King 24, Paloma Valley 14
Knight 50, Lancaster Desert Christian 14
Laguna Beach 48, Ocean View 13
Lakewood 19, Mayfair 0
La Sierra 50, Rubidoux 9
Leuzinger 20, Hawthorne 15
Lompoc 22, Righetti 21
Lompoc Cabrillo 42, Bishop Diego 8
Los Alamitos 49, Brea Olinda 0
Los Angeles Baptist 28, Frazier Mountain 12
Los Osos 35, Redlands 28
Magnolia 39, Bolsa Grande 13
Malibu 28, Ribet Academy 0
Mammoth 20, Rosamond 7
Miller 70, San Bernardino 40
Muir 52, Bloomington 38
Murrieta Valley 21, Redlands East Valley 21
Newport Harbor 35, Marina 0
Nogales 17, Bassett 9
Norte Vista 34, Arlington 21
North Torrance 14, South Torrance 12
Oak Park 28, Calabasas 0
Orange Lutheran 35, Millikan 3
Orange 38, Sunny Hills 7
Oxnard Pacifica 16, Nipomo 12
Palm Desert 22, West Valley 20
Palm Springs 43, Yucaipa 22
Palos Verdes 41, Mary Star 22
Paso Robles 35, San Marcos 14
Paramount 20, El Modena 13
Quartz Hill 24, Beverly Hills 6
Rancho Verde 22, Moreno Valley 3
Rialto 43, Victor Valley 6
Rim of the World 17, Bishop 10
Rio Mesa 28, Newbury Park 7
Rosemead 16, Baldwin Park 14
Rowland 30, Ganesha 0
Royal 13, Channel Islands 10
San Gorgonio 41, Fontana 0
San Luis Obispo 33, Oxnard 14
Santa Ana 24, Anaheim 3
Santa Barbara 41, Hueneme 0
Santa Maria 32, Banning 6
Santa Maria St. Joseph 27, Atascadero 7
Santa Paula 21, Desert 20
Schurr 20, Downey 13
Serrano 30, Barstow 6
Silverado 42, La Quinta 6
Simi Valley 25, Highland 20
South Hills 22, La Habra 16
St. Anthony 32, St. Genevieve 14
St. Bonaventure 38, Hart 29
St. Francis 35, Crescenta Valley 21
St. John Bosco 24, Long Beach Cabrillo 13
St. Margaret's 44, Downey Calvary Chapel 20
St. Monica 28, El Segundo 21
St. Paul 13, Redondo Union 12
Temescal Canyon35, Elsinore 32
Thousand Oaks 17, Buena 3
Tustin 51, Warren 0
Upland 49, Arcadia 22
Verbum Dei 22, Lawndale 12
Ventura 34, Moorpark 14
Village Christian 44, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 6
Vista Murrieta 10, Vista del Lago 7
Walnut 24, Northview 0
West Covina 38, Monrovia 0
Westminster 42, San Gabriel 7
West Torrance 26, Torrance 22
Whittier 10, La Puente 0
Villanova Prep 21, Sage Hill 7
Villa Park 48, Katella 0

INTERSECTIONAL

Compton Dominguez 25, Los Angeles Crenshaw 15
The game ended with 18 seconds left when several skirmishes broke out on the field at Crenshaw. The fighting marred a game in which Dominguez cornerback/quarterback Marvin Johnson intercepted three passes, threw for three touchdowns of 9, 30 and 32 yards, and ran for a 29-yard score in the third quarter to stave off a Crenshaw rally.

Dominguez (2-0), ranked No. 23 by The Times, led at halftime, 18-0, before No. 21 Crenshaw (1-1) rallied and frustrations grew on both sidelines.

Dominuez was called for seven personal fouls - six in the second half - and Crenshaw was whistled for three.After Johnson's last interception at the Dominguez 47 with 31 seconds left, there appeared to be at least three different on-field altercations that were tended to by Los Angeles Police Depart. of-ficers.

"It's sad for the kids and sad for the community," Crenshaw Coach Robert Garrett said.

Martin Henderson

Dorsey 27, Santa Margarita 7
Junior tailback Stafon Johnson had 135 yards in 10 carries to lead visiting Dorsey (1-1), ranked No. 17 by The Times. Jeremiah Johnson added 101 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries for the Dons. Santa Margarita is 1-1.

Huntington Park 39, Salesian 20
Jose Rivas rushed for 78 yards, including a three-yard touchdown run, and made two catches for 31 yards, including touchdown catches of four and 37 yards, for Huntington Park (1-1) at Salesian (0-2).

Loyola 24, Venice 0
Matt Appenfelder returned a kick 100 yards to give visiting Loyola (2-0), ranked No. 6 by The Times, a 21-0 lead at the beginning of the second half. Venice drops to 0-2.

Manual Arts 32, Pioneer 12
Brandon Roberts had three carries for 68 yards and one touchdown, Dwayne Giddens had two carries for 76 yards and a touchdown, Derrick Palacio had four catches for 62 yards with one touchdown, Phillip Jones had three catches for 126 yards with two touchdowns and had two interceptions for Manual Arts. On defense, Vincente Brown had 11 tackles and one assist and Laterrious Wells had seven tackles and one assist for the host Toilers (1-1).

Santa Monica 20, Palisades 7
Michael Henley rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown in 16 carries and Lewis Adevemi gained 69 yards and a touchdown in 14 carries for host Santa Monica (1-1), which earned its first victory under second-year head coach Michael Burnett. Robert Gillette recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for the only score for Palisades (0-2). Andre Harris rushed for 118 yards in 17 carries and Dylan Cohn complete nine of 21 passes for 121 yards and one interception for Palisades.

Tehachapi 41, Paraclete 21
Jonathan Lewis rushed for 113 yards and all three touchdowns in 25 carries for Paraclete (0-3) in the loss at Tehachapi. Cory James completed 14 of 29 passes for 206 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions for the Spirits.

Arroyo Grande 33, Hanford 21
Bakersfield 20, Antelope Valley 10
Blythe Palo Verde Valley 21, Beaumont 0
Burbank Burroughs 45, Verdugo Hills 20
Chaparral 35, Escondido 30
Colton 38, Las Vegas Bishop Gorman 14
El Centro Central 29, Çoachella Valley 28
Fallbrook 30, Temecula Valley 20
Henderson (Nev.) Foothill 10, Lynwood 0
Kern County Taft 41, Kern Valley 0
Lancaster 18, San Fernando 15
Las Vegas 39, Riverside Poly 0
Mission Prep 21, Bakersfield Christian 7
Morro Bay 52, Greenfield 0
Northwood 40, Edmonton (Alta.) Ross Sheppard 0
Palmdale 30, Granada Hills Kennedy 0
Sylmar 39, Inglewood 13
Valencia 43, Birmingham 26
Warner Springs Warner 54, Eagles Peak Charter 6
Wilmington Banning 42, Compton 6

8-MAN

NONLEAGUE

Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 48, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 8
Matt Gordon rushed for three touchdowns, returned a kickoff for another, and scored a fifth touchdown on an interception return for the host Conquerors (1-1).

Bethel Christian 46, Rolling Hills Prep 0
Excelsior 22, Victor Valley Christian 8
Faith Baptist 46, Avalon 6
Liberty Christian 74, Desert Chapel 60
Price 42, Pilgrim 28

INTERSECTIONAL

St. Michael's Prep 24, Vista Calvary Christian 22
Lowell Schaper threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Josh Cooke on the last play of the game to pull St. Michael's Prep into a 22-22 tie. Schaper then ran in for the two-point conversion to give the host Pioneers (1-0, 1-0) the victory.

Warner Springs Warner 54, Eagles Peak Charter 6

Thursday, Sept. 16

NONLEAGUE

Don Bosco 22, Workman 0
Nick Acuna rushed for 145 yards and one touchdown in 18 carries to lead Don Bosco at La Puente High. Acuna also had four receptions for 33 yards.Don Bosco quarterback David Carbajal was 14 of 21 passing for 130 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown toss that opened the scoring. He also scored on a one-yard run that gave Don Bosco a 13-0 lead.

Garey 34, Littlerock 31
Osaar Rasshan was nine of 15 passing for 268 yards with two touchdowns and had 66 yards rushing in six carries with two touchdowns for Garey. Rasshan hit Willie Cook on a 23-yard pass over the middle with 22 seconds remainings to give the Vikings (1-1) the victory. Cook finished with five receptions for 189 yards and also caught a 43-yard touchdown pass early in the second half. Littlerock is 0-2.

La Serna 38, Norwalk 0
Quarterback Mike Roy completed 10 of 20 passes for 98 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown to Craig Torline, and Matt Petropulos had a 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and four receptions for 58 yards for La Serna (1-1) at Excelsior High. The Lancers led, 10-0, at halftime and Petropulos broke loose for most of his big plays in the second half.

Long Beach Jordan 36, Morningside 14
Lafayette Fletcher, Jr. rushed for 120 yards in 12 carries with one touchdown to lead Morningside (2-1) in its loss at Coleman Stadium in Inglewood. Morningside quarterback Funaki Mateaki was 10 of 26 passing for 149 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions. Ryan Tatum caught 20-yard touchdown reception from Mateaki.

Mission Viejo 14, Mater Dei 7
Sometimes the stats don't tell the story. The faces of the participants do.And the look on the faces of Mission Viejo players Thursday night was that of relief.

The Diablos, ranked No. 1 in the Southland by The Times, held off No. 11 Santa Ana Mater Dei before 7,500 at Cal State Fullerton. Statistically, the game wasn't close -- Mission Viejo (2-0) gained 387 yards to Mater Dei's 16-2 -- but "the score didn't reflect that" said quarterback Mark Sanchez, who completed 17 of 31 passes for 220 yards.

"Coaches told us it was going to be a dogfight and that's what it was," said the USC-bound senior who converted fourth-down passes of 15 and six yards, respectively, to keep alive the Diablos' two scoring drives. "It was a heavyweight fight."

One of Sanchez's fourth-down completions was on a fake punt that kept alive a 48-yard scoring drive that ended with Chance Moline's one-yard run with 1 minute 53 seconds left in the first half.

"The difference in the game was the fake punt," said Mater Dei Coach Bruce Rollinson. "And he's the guy who throws the ball on the fake punt."

Mission Viejo also scored on its opening drive of the third quarter, a one-yard run by Keegan Gogerty, to go ahead, 14-0.Mater Dei's Kyle Woody, who had a huge game last week against Orange Lutheran in a 21-7 win, was sacked five times, twice by Wayne Kalagian. Woody completed only five of 13 passes but had completions of 23 and 49 yards in a 79-yard drive that James Brunt capped with a one-yard run with 9:03 left. But that was the last legitimate punch delivered by Mater Dei.

Moline finished with 25 carries for 135 yards and Konrad Reuland caught seven passes for 105 yards for Mission Viejo.

--Martin Henderson

Aquinas 21, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 14
Chaminade 31, Burbank 24
Corona 48, Ontario 20
El Dorado 28, Rancho Alamitos 24
El Toro 30, Garden Grove Santiago 7
Garden Grove 27, Cerritos 21
Gladstone 39, Mountain View 0
Huntington Beach 42, Costa Mesa 28
Kaiser 24, Riverside North 0
La Cañada 52, Glendale 0
Loara 31, Savanna 21
Long Beach Jordan 36, Morningside 14
Nordhoff 38, Santa Ynez 7
Rancho Cucamonga 20, Corona Santiago 10
Saddleback 23, Irvine University 6
Twentynine Palms 35, Arrowhead Christian 29

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