Saturday, Sept. 25
Aquinas 55, Riverside Notre Dame 7
George Sanchez scored on a 72-yard run and a 55-yard run and Charles Ohaeri scored on runs of 20 and six yards for Aquinas (4-0) in a victory over Riverside Notre Dame (1-2) at Sherman Indian High.
Blair 28, Maranatha 12
Brian Diaz completed 15 of 25 passes for 254 yards and three touchdowns, Sean Smith had nine carries for 56 yards and two touchdowns and Gregory Gates had four catches for 68 yards to lead visiting Blair (2-1).
La Salle 40, Cantwell Sacred Heart 0
Dexter Bryant had 14 carries for 108 yards with two touchdowns, Mason Bury had 12 carries for 100 yards and quarterback George Colton had 196 yards passing for two touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown for host La Salle (3-0).
Edwin Scott had three sacks for the Lancers, which have not allowed the oppostion to score in 12 quarters this season. Cantwell Sacred Heart is 0-3.
Orange 33, Anaheim Canyon 14
Matthew Contreras had 220 yards rushing with two touchdowns for host Orange (3-1). Canyon is 2-2.
St. Margaret's 54, Sherman Indian 0
St. Margaret's improves to 3-0 with the victory.
Vasquez 20, Rosamond 16
Vasquez completed a 99-yard drive over the last 3 minutes, 48 seconds after a fumble by Rosamond on the Vasquez one-yard line and scored on a run with 18 seconds left for a victory at Vasquez.
Spencer Rodney gained 139 yards in 35 carries for Rosamond (1-2).
Village Christian 52, St. Genevieve 0
Jake Hagedorn completed 5 of 16 passes for 145 yards with two touchdowns, Nicco Canino had 51-yard interception return for a touchdown and Jess Molenrich kicked a 34-yard field goal for visting Village Christian (2-1) in a game at Sun Valley Poly. St. Genevieive is 0-3.
Campbell Hall 24, Flintridge Prep 7
Chino 31, Servite 24
Colony 49, Ganesha 0
Gladstone 41, Pioneer 7
Irvine 35, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 24
Laguna Beach 10, Costa Mesa 9
Lawndale 43, Bell-Jeff 16
Loyola 42, La Quinta 7
Murrieta Calvary Chapel 19, Capistrano Valley Christian 7
Franklin 6, Cathedral 0
Ricardo Galvez had 18 carries for 106 yards and Kevin Cruz had seven solo tackkles, two assists and a sack for Cathedral (2-1). Franklin is 3-0.
Pasadena Poly 18, San Diego Parker 13
Nick Regas had 149 yards on 20 carries with a touchdown, Greg Steinbrecher caught a 16-yard pass for a touchdown and Brendan Hirschmann had a 57-yard touchdown run to lead visiting Pasadena Poly (2-1) over Francis Parker (1-2-1).
Morro Bay 48, Atherton Sacred Heart Prep 14
Thacher 34, Santa Clarita Christian 20
Conner Schryver finished with 117 yards rushing in 11 carries and scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns, on runs of 65 and 40 yards and on a seven-yard reception from Sam Felton, to rally Thacher (2-1, 1-0) from a 6-0 halftime deficit. Santa Clarita Christian falls to 2-1, 1-0. Felton completed 13 of 27 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns.
Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 46, Ventura County Christian 34
Scott Menger of Hillcrest Christian (2-1, 1-0) had four receptions for 141yards and one touchdown and teammate Cole Muzio completed five of 10 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns at Grace Brethren. Ventura County Christian 0-2 and 0-1.
Pilgrim 50, Skyward Christian 14
Bethel Christian 57, Redlands Calvary Chapel 12
Josh Thies completed 11 of 15 passes for 166 yards with three touchdowns, Jamic Hamlin had eight carries for 89 yards and three touchdowns and Brett Eggerth had 12 tackles, including four for a loss from his defensive end position for host Bethel Christian (3-0). Calvary Chapel is 1-1.
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 49, First Lutheran 20
Drew Rigney had four catches for 60 yards and three touchdowns, quarterback Jake Tardiff completed seven of 13 passes for 35 yards and three touchdowns and Michael Abourched had eight carries for 81 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown run for visiting Hillcrest Christian (2-1).
La Verne Lutheran 36, Calvary Baptist 0
Dylan Ceniseroz completed five of 10 passes for 81 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions in a game at La Verne Lutheran.
The victory, which snapped a 23-game losing streak for the Trojans (1-2), also was sparked by senior wide receiver Kyle Trowbridge, who had a 14-yard touchdown reception, his 15th consecutive game with a catch.
A free safety on defense, he also had a 25-yard interception return for a touchdown, made five solo tackles with two assisted tackles. The Trojans' defense also recorded a safety for the third consecutive game.
Avalon 28, Excelsior 24
Discovery Prep 44, Applied Scholastics 14
Lighthouse Christian 41, Southlands Christian 12
Beatty (Nev.) 38, Owens Valley 8
David Southey gained 122 yards rushing in 22 carries and quarterback Albert Benson scored on a three-yard run for the only touchdown for Owens Valley (0-3) in a game at Beatty High.
Junior defensive end Patrick Brock had 17 tackles to lead Owens Valley's defense.
Rolling Hills Prep 28, Julian 28
Friday, Sept. 24
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Yucca Valley 30, Twentynine Palms 23
Ryan Madison had 11 carries for 84 yards and a touchdown for host Yucca Valley (1-2) in the 27th annual Battle of the Bell game. It was the 18th time the Trojans have won the rivalry trophy. Twentynine Palms is 1-2.
Aliso Niguel 21, Capistrano Valley 10
Junior defensive end Steve Anderson had five sacks in the loss for host Capistrano Valley (1-2). Aliso Niguel is 3-0.
Ayala 13, Redlands 10
Keland Johnson rushed for 135 yards and Namdi Gwachum interecepted two passes for Ayala (1-2).
Bell Gardens 28, Gahr 6
Alfredo Castaneda rushed for 175 yards in 18 carries and scored on runs of 40, three, 51 and 21 yards for host Bell Gardens (3-0). Castaneda also ran in for a two-point conversion.
Big Bear 29, Duarte 7
Anthony Shall had a 69-yard run for a touchdown and returned an interception for a score to lead visiting Big Bear (1-2).
Bishop Amat 28, Charter Oak 0
If La Puente Bishop Amat was looking for improvement after an 0-2 start this season, it came to the right place Friday night.
The visiting Lancers were dominant in every facet against Covina Charter Oak, amassing 260 yards rushing and blanking the No. 13 Chargers in a nonleague game at Charter Oak.
Bishop Amat (2-2) did not look anything like team that gave up 84 points in its first two games, and appeared especially porous in a 45-7 loss to Valencia two weeks ago.
``My big thing is,'' said Bishop Amat Coach Mike DiFiori. ``We have to get better every week.''
Bishop Amat (2-2), ranked No. 21 by The Times, took advantage of its massive offensive line from the start. Michael Combes, Matthew Romine, Jonathan Soto, Jose Rodriguez and Matthew Ramirez average 260 pounds and they paved the way for William Wagner to rush for 200 yards in 26 carries and score three touchdowns. Soto said the line was challenged by coaches to put forth their best effort.
``We took it personally this time,'' said Soto. ``We're not losing any more games, that's it.''
Wagner had a touchdown called back on Bishop Amat's first drive of the game, but he sprinted into the end zone on a 14-yard run two plays later to put the Lancers ahead, 7-0. Bishop Amat then took advantage of a 43-yard run on a fake punt by Jonathan Cornell to set up Wagner's second touchdown, a three-yard run.
Jeremy Gonzalez made the defensive play of the game for Bishop Amat late in the first half, intercepting a short pass from Manuel Ambriz in the end zone with 57.2 seconds remaining.
The Lancers increased their lead in the second half on a nine-yard touchdown reception by Tony Valenzuela and a one-yard touchdown run by Wagner with 9:03 remaining, putting him at the 200-yard mark.
``The holes were just humongous,'' Wagner said. ``I told the line all week, if they go all out, I'll do my job.''
Charter Oak (2-1) did not get a first down in the second half until 7:34 remained in the game and it came on a pass interference penalty. Another pass interference penalty gave the Chargers first and goal, but Wagner broke up a fourth-down pass in the end zone to preserve the shutout.
``We finally got them to understand that when you have 11 guys doing their job, that's pretty good,'' DiFiori said.
Bosco Tech 16, Bassett 14
Nick Acuna had 16 carries for 83 yards and Cameron Florence scored on an 18-yard touchdown pass from David Carbajal in the third quarter for host Bosco Tech. The Tigers (3-0) stopped a two-point conversion try by Bassett with under two minutes remaining to hold on for the win at St. Matthias High. Bassett is 1-3.
Cerritos Valley Christian 28, Mary Star 12
Senior Chad Hofheinz had a 80-yard kickoff return in the third quarter for visiting Valley Christian (2-1) at Daniels Field in San Pedro. Junior Ken Kimura ran for 55 yards on 17 carries and junior Jason Chang rushed for 50 yards on 11 carries and scored on a 24-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Chino Hills 48, Los Osos 25
Tony Harkey interecepted two passes and caught a 43-yard touchdown throw for Chino Hills (3-0). Robert Lawrence had three catches for 115 yards with one touchdown and Kevin Guppy threw for 192 yards and three scores for Chino Hills. Los Osos is 3-1.
Dana Hills 43, Tesoro 42
Nate Barnett caught a game-winning 50-yard touchdown reception from Grant Schwartz with eight minutes remaining for Dana Hills (3-0) at Tesoro. Barnett had six catches for 189 yards and two touchdowns. Tesoro is 2-1.
Desert Hot Springs 30, Great Oak 7
David Hamm was seven of 20 passing for 117 yards, including touchdowns of two and 28 yards for Desert Hot Springs (3-0) at Great Oak.
Treilane Hunt rushed for 157 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown run, in 17 carries for the Golden Eagles, and Brian Williams had two receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown and also rushed for 75 yards in six carries.
Glendora 24, Bonita 21
Glendora scored 14 points in the fourth quarter including the final score -- a 1-yard touchdown run by Benjamin Rodriguez with 1:37 on the clock. John Garcia kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired in the first half for Glendora (2-1). Quarterback Mike Williams threw for 242 yards including two touchdowns and three interceptions for Bonita (2-1).
Grace Brethren 42, Fillmore 7
Chad Kackert had 251 yards in four touchdowns in 21 carries and Steve Gourley recovered two fumbles, returning one five yards for a touchdown for Grace Brethren (3-0) at Fillmore.
Hemet 55, San Bernardino 13
Hemet senior quarterback Brandis Dew threw for a school-record eight touchdown passes, including five in the first half, on 19-of-27 passing for 448 yards. Dew's touchdown output tied for third best in the state. He now has 19 touchdown throws on the season so far.
Lakewood 24, St. Bonaventure 7
Ventura St. Bonaventure's first foray into Division I football turned out to be less than successful. But for Lakewood, it may have been as sweet a moment as the program has had ever experienced.
In the aftermath of a convincing victory, Lakewood Coach Mike Christensen told his players, "We beat a good football team. In fact, we dominated!"
And with that, cheers went up. But Christensen went on.
"Mark this day down," he said. "We have taken our program finally to the next level."
That next level would be elite, where Lakewood can safely be mentioned in the same breath as Mission Viejo, Los Alamitos and Moore League rival Long Beach Poly.The Lancers took the journey with a ball-control offense and a devastating defense. Lakewood (3-0), ranked 10th in the Southland by The Times, outperformed the sixth-ranked Seraphs (3-1) in every facet.
St. Bonaventure hadn't scored fewer than 38 points in its three victories, but its only points Friday came when Lakewood punter John Gillett dropped a snap and Carlton Gillespie picked up a the loose ball and scored from two yards with 58 seconds left in the third quarter.
Lakewood's offense gained 368 yards to high-powered St. Bonaventure's 99. And though it's easy to point to Lancer linebackers Luthur Brown and Adrian McCovey -- considered among the nation's best tandem -- it was a team effort as St. Bonaventure wilted under the physical play.
Da'Milyn Tanner intercepted two passes, the defensive front hounded Seraph quarterbacks, who completed 12 of 21 passes for 63 yards, and the St. Bonaventure running game was practically non-existent.
Lakewood's physical dominance in the first half continued in the fourth quarter. It had scoring drives of 80 and 61 yards, and there was nothing fancy about it. No passing. Just a steady diet of Justin Robertson, Gabe Gonzalez and Tanner.
Quarterback Justin Wheeler sneaked in from one yard to make it 17-7 with 9:39 remaining, and Gonzalez scored from eight yards with 4:39 to go. The Lancers were going in for another score in the final minute, but Tanner fumbled at the two. Their final 24 plays were running plays, and none of them was for a loss.
Robertson rushed 23 times for 124 yards, Tanner 12 for 89, and Gonzalez 11 for 56.It was the first time St. Bonaventure had played a Division I team from the Southern Section. It was also only the Seraphs' third loss in 74 games. The last time St. Bonaventure had been dominated so badly, Coach Jon Mack said, "was about 1980."
Lakewood took a 10-0 lead into the third quarter. Wheeler connected with Danny Hernandez on a 55-yard scoring pass as two defenders bounced off each other at the 20-yard line trying to defend Hernandez, who emerged and ran in uncontested with 6:23 left in the half.
The Lancers added a 36-yard field goal by John Gillett as time expired in the half. Lakewood ate up the final 4:07 of the second quarter on the drive.
The Seraphs' best scoring chance came when Steven Lippert intercepted a Wheeler pass at the Lakewood 26 and returned it to the 23. But Lakewood's defense dug in, and three plays later, Jeremy Licea missed a 40-yard field-goal attempt.
La Puente 27, San Gabriel 23
Down 23-20 in the fourth quarter, Rocky Acuna connected with cousin Robert Acuna for a 23-yard touchdown pass with four minutes remaining to give La Puente (1-3) the victory. Rocky Acuna threw for 190 yards on 13-for-20 passing and he also ran for a 12-yard touchdown. Robert Acuna caught six passes for 120 yards, including touchdown plays of 57 and 23 yards. Eric Morales had 15 tackles on defense for La Puente.
Lompoc Cabrillo 21, Dos Pueblos 14
Lydell Sargeant of Lompoc Cabrillo had 24 carries for 197 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 65, one and one yards. Sargeant also had an interception in the end zone with less than two minutes to go to seal the victory for the Conquistadores (3-0). Dos Pueblos is 0-3.
Mission Viejo 50, Marina 0
Mark Sanchez was nine for nine passing for 200 yards and one touchdown and Robbie Bosanko had 57 yards in five carries with two touchdowns to lead host Mission Viejo (3-0), ranked No. 1 by The Times. Andrew Ayala had seven solo tackles and three assisted tackles for the Diablos. Marina is 0-3.
Montclair Prep 32, St. Monica 6
Ethan Edwards compiled 236 yards in 28 carries with three touchdowns for Montclair Prep (3-0). Edwards now has compiled 808 yards rushing for the season. Marlon Yates added a touchdown pass and another score on the ground for Montclair Prep. St. Monica falls to 1-2.
Morningside 34, Gardena Serra 27
Lafayette Fletcher rushed for 254 yards in 34 carries and scored three touchdowns as Morningside (2-2) won at Coleman Stadium in Inglewood. Quarterback Funaki Mataeki was 8 for 15 for 120 yards, including a 36-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Tatum.
Oaks Christian 66, Burbank 36
Sophomore quarterback Jimmy Clausen completed 15 of 18 passes for 297 yards and six touchdowns in the first half of a nonleague victory at Oaks Christian. The Lions (3-0), ranked No. 1 in Division XI, opened a 53-10 halftime lead against Burbank (1-2), a Division II school from the Foothill League. Clausen threw touchdown passes of 16, 12, 60, 48, 39 and 29 yards. He attempted only one pass in the second half, an incompletion. Marc Tyler, a sophomore running back, scored touchdowns four different ways for Oaks Christian. He had a 60-yard reception, a 28-yard run, a 50-yard fumble recovery return and an 86-yard kickoff return.
Ontario Christian 34, Ontario 13
Ontario Christian goes to 3-0 with the victory.
Paraclete 35, Bakersfield Garces 28 (OT)
Jonathan Lewis scored three touchdowns and Corey James threw two touchdown passes, including the game-winner to Kyle Hitch in overtime, for Paraclete (1-3). Garces falls to 0-3.
Salesian 38, Compton Centennial 6
Quarterback George Guerrero passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another as Salesian (1-2) raced to a 25-0 first-half lead at Centennial. Joshua Jones, Partick Hernandez, Joseph Salazar and Tim Quijada also scored for Salesian.
Centennial (1-2) scored on a 45-yard pass play from Sean Taylor to William Moss with 2:32 left in the game.
Saddleback 12, Santa Ana Valley 0
Saddleback (2-1) committed three turnovers on defense but held on for the shutout at Santa Ana Stadium. Fullback Chris Washington scored on a two-yard run and Jerry Resendiz kicked field goals of 20 and 25 yards for Saddleback. Santa Ana Valley fell to 0-3.
San Dimas 17, Bellflower 14
Senior Shawn Boaz scored all 17 points for host San Dimas (3-0). Boaz broke a 14-14 tie with a 20-yard field goal with 39 seconds remaining in the game to cap a 90-yard, fourth-quarter drive on the game's last possession.
Boaz also scored both touchdowns for the Saints, on receptions of 44 and three yards, and kicked both extra points. On defense Boaz intercepted a pass and returned it 25 yards from his safety position.
San Marino 35, Alhambra 21
Junior quarterback Chris Yortsos, making his first start of the season, completed 12 of 17 passes for 179 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Titans to a home victory. Senior Geoff Wright, who had been out after suffering a broken jaw in the season opener against Gabrielino, caught all four scoring passes of 20, 27, eight and 30 yards and finished with five receptions for 107 total yards. San Marino (1-2) lead 35-7 until Alhambra (2-1) scored two touchdowns to close the gap in the final four minutes.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 17, Palmdale 15
Kai Forbaith hit a 36-yard field goal with 25 seconds remaining in the game to lift No. 5-ranked Notre Dame at Palmdale. Greg Gallucci caught a 48-yard touchdown pass for the Knights (3-0), which led 14-0 at halftime. Palmdale (1-2) rallied to score 15 unanswered points to take a 15-14 lead in the final period before Forbath's game-winning field goal.
South Pasadena 28, Glendale 14
Senior Michael Stimpsel completed 14 of 24 passes for 99 yards, including touchdown throws of 39 and 15 yards, and also scored on a six-yard run for host South Pasadena (2-0-1). Glendale is 0-3.
Webb 20, Ribet Academy 19
The visiting Gauls (1-1) held off Ribet twice in the final minutes to earn the victory on the road. The Fighting Frogs scored a touchdown with 1:20 left to close within 20-19, but failed on a two-point conversion attempt. Ribet got the ball back in good field position after Webb had a bad snap out of punt formation, but a Frog field goal attempt went wide left.
Whittier Christian 49, Brethren Christian 27
Brethren Christian (2-1) had a productive night offensively but its defense struggled in its loss at Clark Field in Long Beach. Senior receiver Jeremy Knepper caught six passes for 69 yards, including a 11-yard scoring pass, while rushing for 67 yards and a touchdown. Martin Sims also grabbed a 16-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Garrick Connor, who was 11 for 25 for 124 yards and two TDs for the Warriors. Whittier Christian improved to 3-1.
Alemany 32, Littlerock 6
Alta Loma 34, Leuzinger 28
Antelope Valley 21, Silverado 21
Anza Hamilton 36, Boron 20
Apple Valley 26, Victor Valley 6
Arlington 21, Ramona 0
Arroyo 55, Pasadena 0
Arroyo Grande 32, Lompoc 16
Atascadero 41, Santa Maria 0
Baldwin Park 31, Sierra Vista 0
Barstow 42, Quartz Hill 3
Canyon Springs 10, Moreno Valley 10
Chaffey 14, Nogales 7
Channel Islands 35, Santa Paula 0
Claremont 14, South Hills 0
Corona 43, King 22
Corona Centennial 42, Eisenhower 25
Dana Hills 43, Tesoro 42
Diamond Ranch 34, Northview 13
Downey 14, Millikan 7
Downey Calvary Chapel 41, St. Anthony 21
Edison 30, Santa Fe 0
El Rancho 30, Montebello 0
El Toro 34, Cerritos 7
Garden Grove Santiago 28, Magnolia 25
Garey 29, Pacific 8
Glenn 32, Westminster La Quinta 0
Hesperia 42, Bishop 14
Huntington Beach 24, Laguna Hills 14
Lancaster 23, Kilpatrick 14
La Palma Kennedy 28, Garden Grove Pacifica 3
La Sierra 50, Don Lugo 14
Long Beach Cabrillo 28, La Mirada 20
Long Beach Poly 28, St. Paul 21
Los Altos 27, Palm Desert 7
Lynwood 42, Compton 6
Malibu 48, Lancaster Desert Christian 0
Mammoth 45, Kern Valley 20
Mayfair 15, Western 14
Mountain View 47, Keppel 0
Moorpark 34, Hueneme 22
Murrieta Valley 35, Elsinore 12
Norco 34, Bloomington 12
Nordhoff 21, Oxnard Pacifica 10
Ocean View 10, Century 9
Orange Lutheran 19, Santa Margarita 0
Palm Springs 31, Riverside North 21
Palos Verdes 41, Bishop Montgomery 13
Pasadena Marshall 16, Rio Hondo Prep 14
Peninsula 35, Highland 21
Placentia Valencia 28, El Dorado 7
Rancho Cucamonga 34, Riverside Poly 0
Rancho Verde 41, Paloma Valley 21
Redlands East Valley 21, Arroyo Valley 18
Rialto 28, Kaiser 26
Righetti 14, Santa Barbara 7
Rosemead 23, Monrovia 17
Sage Hill 40, Twin Pines 7
Salesian 38, Compton Centennial 6
San Clemente 41, Norwalk 0
San Gorgonio 28, Coachella Valley 14
San Jacinto 52, Arrowhead Christian 27
San Luis Obispo 27, San Marcos 19
Santa Clara 50, San Juan Capistrano Serra 20
Santa Maria St. Joseph 33, Bishop Diego 25
Santa Ynez 28, Carpinteria 21
Savanna 28, Cypress 27
Schurr 10, Hacienda Heights Wilson 9
Serrano 50, Indio 0
Silver Valley 21, Knight 7
St. Francis 38, Burbank Burroughs 22
Sultana 33, Granite Hills 8
Temecula Valley 32, Yucaipa 6
Temescal Canyon 31, Corona Santiago 14
Tustin 35, Cajon 0
Upland 69, Fontana 0
Valley View 29, Vista del Lago 27
Villa Park 34, Trabuco Hills 21
Walnut 27, Covina 7
West Covina 16, Paramount 0
Westminster 14, Rancho Alamitos 6
Whittier 31, South El Monte 12
Birmingham 21, Crespi 14
Brian Stuart scored on a one-yard run with 20 seconds left to lift host Birmingham.The Patriots (1-2) led 14-3 at halftime, but Crespi rallied to tie the score at 14 with nine minutes left in the game.
On the decisive drive, Stuart ran 50 yards on a draw play down to the one-yard line and then scored two plays later.
Daryl Fields scored the only touchdown for Crespi (2-1), which also got two field goals from Sean Conway.
Crenshaw 31, Colton 20
Marquis Curtis completed eight of 16 passes for 176 yards for Crenshaw at Colton.
Culver City 7, Gardena 0
Jamal Johnson intercepted a Gardena pass on the final play of the third quarter, setting up a 10-yard touchdown run by Dwight Mayfield on the first play of the fourth period which stood as the only score of the game.
Kris Cueva completed nine of 19 passes for 80 yards for the host Centaurs (2-1). Gardena fell to 2-1.
Dominguez 47, Manual Arts 12
Elijah Wesson stood out on both side of the ball for No. 18 Dominguez (3-0) as he ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns while grabbing two of the Dons' four interceptions, one of which he returned 85 yards for a touchdown. Dominguez lead 14-0 at halftime, but Marvin Johnson started the third quarter with an 85-yard kickoff return for a score. Johnson added a touchdown run and rushed for 75 yards.
Dominguez, which plays at Palmdale next week, held Manual Arts (1-2) to only 97 yards of total offense and registered eight quarterback sacks.
Manual Arts was led by Pierre Williams, who had a 65-yard touchdown reception. Lafayette Greer scored the other Toiler touchdown on a fumble recovery.
Jefferson 29, Muir 24
Travis Smith caught four passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns, and returned an interception 30 yards for another score, as the Democrats (2-1) won at home. Jefferson quarterback Contrell Walker completed nine of 16 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns.
La Costa Canyon 30, Chaparral 20
Quarterback Clayton Tunney completed 11 of 22 passes for 166 yards and three touchdowns with one interception for La Costa Canyon (1-2). His favorite target, Jon Toledo, had seven catches for 136 yards, including scoring receptions of 35 and 29 yards.
Brian Nagle was 11 of 22 passing for 167 yards with two touchdowns with one interception for Chaparral (2-1).
Redondo Union 7, Carson 0
Kevin Ellison ran for 130 yards on 26 carries and scored on a one-yard run in the third quarter for Redondo Union (2-1), which held Carson (1-2) to 145 total yards on offense.
Ridgecrest Burroughs 42, Tulare Western 32
Karsten Sween completed 32 of 47 passes for 487 yards and five touchdowns as the Burros (2-2) defeated the visiting Mustangs.
Ethan Cubit had 11 catches for 185 yards and four touchdowns, while Hayo Carpenter caught 13 passes for 190 yards and one score.
Venice 42, Santa Monica 13
Kenny Ashley rushed for 237 yards and four touchdowns in 14 carries for host Venice (1-2).
Bakersfield West 21, Paso Robles 14
Calapatria 26, Animo 0
Hoover 18, Verdugo Hills 7
Lucerne Valley 24, Needles 20
Pine Valley Mountain Empire 46, Midway Baptist 0
Rowland 12, Eagle Rock 8
Visalia El Diamante 49, Nipomo 33
Vista 16, Fountain Valley 14
Faith Baptist 59, Los Angeles Lutheran 6
Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 46, Desert Chapel 0 (mercy)
Mack Gordon had 15 carries for 161 yards with one touchdown and Brock Curry threw for 146 yards and three touchdowns to lead Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian (2-1). Palm Springs Desert Chapel is 0-2.
Hesperia Christian 41, Lone Pine 0
Mike Peterson caught six passes for 78 yards and three touchdowns while also recording 16 tackles on defense for Hesperia Christian (2-1). Host Lone Pine is 1-2.
Mission Prep 46, Upland Christian 20
Brian Howe scored all three touchdowns in the loss for Upland Christian (0-3). Host Mission Prep is 3-0.
Liberty Christian 54, Price 8
Victor Valley Christian 48, Eagles Peak Charter 8
Kings Christian 41, La Jolla Bishop's 14
Thursday, Sept. 23
Artesia 43, La Serna 21
Josh Jones scored on a 97-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage and finished with 135 yards and two touchdowns in 10 carries for Artesia (2-1). Kalvin Jones added rushing touchdowns of 56 and 8 yards for the Pioneers. Host La Serna is 1-2.
Canyon Country Canyon 28, Simi Valley 10
Justin Williams rushed for 190 yards in 26 carries and scored four touchdowns for the No. 25 Cowboys (3-0) in a nonleague victory at Canyon.
Williams raised his season totals to 609 yards and 12 touchdowns in three games. He broke open a 14-10 game with 7:54 left on a four-yard touchdown run that completed a six-play, 64-yard drive. Canyon survived three starters going down with injuries, making it seven starters in three games who have been sidelined.
Simi Valley quarterback Bryan Randolph scored on a two-yard run in the second quarter to pull the Pioneers (2-1) to within 14-10. Randolph passed for 133 yards.
Chadwick 40, Villanova Prep 20
Daniel Kohl completed 29 of 34 passes for 308 yards with four touchdowns and one interception for Chadwick (3-0). His leading receivers were James Brooks, who had 12 receptions for 95 yards and two touchdowns, and Joe Cioffi, who finished with eight catches and 87 yards with one touchdown.
Chris Kim, who injured a shoulder in the second quarter, had 11 carries for 147 yards and one touchdown and had three receptions for 68 yards. Kim also had an interception. Austin Norris finished with 19 tackles, a fumble recovery and one rushing touchdown. Villanova Prep falls to 2-1.
Chaminade 49, Calabasas 27
Derron Juarez made two touchdown receptions and blocked two punts and Victor Lara caught a touchdown pass and returned a punt for another score for host Chaminade (3-0), which led 35-20 at halftime. Calabasas fell to 0-3.
Fullerton 21, St. John Bosco 17
Fullerton quarterback Xavier Hicks threw two touchdown passes in the final 1 minute 36 seconds to lift the Indians over visiting St. John Bosco.
Hicks hit wide receiver Barry Robinson with a 56-yard touchdown pass to pull Fullerton (3-0) within three points. Robinson then recovered an on-side kick and Hicks followed with an 18-yard pass to running back David Allen, a 13-yard scramble and a 17-yard touchdown pass to his younger brother, Michael, with 48 seconds remaining.
Hicks finished with 240 yards passing and 98 yards rushing in eight carries to lead the Indians, ranked No. 1 in Southern Section Division IX.
Hicks, who caused two fumbles by St. John Bosco running back Daniel Jenkins and made a touchdown-saving tackle at the end of a 48-yard fourth-quarter run by Jenkins, leaving the Braves to settle for their final three points, batted down the final two passes to preserve the victory.
Jenkins finished with 207 yards rushing in 17 carries for the Braves (2-1), ranked No. 9 in Division I.
Gabrielino 20, La Canada 6
Quarterback Paul Zuniga completed 18 of 21 for 225 yards with a 35-yard touchdown pass to Craig Winchell while the defense intercepted three passes in Gabrielino's victory at La Canada. Gabrielino (3-0), in its 10th season of varsity football, will play crosstown neighbor San Gabriel for the first time in school history next week. La Canada fell to 1-2.
Garden Grove 50, Buena Park 14
Keith Hurley threw for three touchdowns for Garden Grove (3-0) and the Argonauts took a 35-0 halftime lead in the nonleague victory over visiting Buena Park.
Hart 32, Westlake 14
Hart Quarterback Tyler Lyon was 16-of-30 passing with 253 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Harvard-Westlake 22, St. Bernard 0
Charles Lansbury completed 10 of 17 passes for 155 yards and two touchdown passes to lead host Harvard-Westlake (1-2) on offense and the Wolverines' defense posted its first shutout since October of 2002.
Jon Shapiro made four catches for 96 yards, including one touchdown reception of 22 yards for the Wolverines, and teammate Terry O'Neal had three catches for 31 yards, including a touchdown reception of 16 yards.
Harvard-Westlake running back Charlie Clark had 52 yards rushing in 14 carries, and junior defensive tackle Jon Saperstein had seven tackles and two sacks to lead the Wolverines' defense.
Mater Dei 41, Foothill 7
Quarterback Kyle Woody completed eight of 15 passes for 228 yards and three touchdowns while wide receiver Robert Dubrish had three receptions for 147 yards two scores as No. 7 Mater Dei (2-1) rolled to an easy win at Santa Ana Stadium. James Brunt added 80 yards on the ground and two touchdowns for the Monarchs, who outgained Foothill 431 to 165. Mater Dei's defense forced Foothill quarterback Daniel Kirkpatrick into 7-for-18 passing for only 67 yards.
Zack Leffel scored on a one-yard run with 10:45 left and Nicholas Roberts converted the extra point for the only points for Foothill (1-2).
Rio Mesa 36, Agoura 16
Senior tailback Robert McCowan scored two second-quarter touchdowns to help Rio Mesa take a 14-3 halftime lead and the Spartans improved to 3-0 with a nonleague victory over Agoura, a Southern Section Division IV semifinalist last season. Rio Mesa, off to a 3-0 start for the first time since 1997, also got scoring receptions by Anthony Perez and tight end Jacob Manual.
Sunny Hills 37, Katella 17
Junior tailback David Gulley rushed for two touchdowns, including one in the third quarter when Sunny Hills (2-1) broke open a close game for a nonleague victory over Katella (0-3) at Buena Park High. Stephen Bambidele, a senior tailback, rushed for two first-half touchdowns for Sunny Hills, which led 24-17 at halftime.
Warren 25, Beverly Hills 18
Marc McCaughan threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Josh Machado with 1:54 to play for Warren (2-1) at Beverly Hills.The Normans (0-3) had taken an 18-17 lead 16 seconds earlier on Kevin Rivers' 33-yard touchdown pass to Spencer Paysinger and a two-point conversion pass to Josh Reitzenstein.
McCaughan completed seven of 18 passes for 201 yards with two touchdowns, both to Eddie De Leon.
Rivers was 15-32 for 228 yards and a touchdown. Paysinger had 10 catches for 174 and touchdown. The Normans 0-3 start is the worst since Carter Paysinger became coach in 1990.
Arcadia 23, Temple City 7
Artesia 43, La Serna 21
Carter 48, Murphy 0
Chaminade 49, Calabasas 27
Diamond Bar 28, Brea Olinda 21
El Monte 21, Azusa 0
Esperanza 56, Long Beach Wilson 9
Fullerton 21, St. John Bosco 17
Gabrielino 20, La Cañada 6
La Habra 42, California 7
Loara 31, El Modena 17
Miller 35, Etiwanda 20
Newbury Park 17, Buena 7
Newport Harbor 21, Corona del Mar 17
North Torrance 35, Hawthorne 6
Northwood 59, Los Amigos 28
Oak Park 35, Mojave 3
Pacific vs. Garey at Ganesha, Friday
Santa Ana 50, Bolsa Grande 13
Saugus 31, Crescenta Valley 13
Sonora 30, Anaheim 7
South Torrance 42, Torrance 20
Thousand Oaks 24, Camarillo 8
Troy 56, Pomona 27
Valencia 42, Oxnard 6
Vista Murrieta 25, Jurupa Valley 18
West Torrance 35, El Segundo 27
West Valley 14, Cathedral City 0
Ventura 18, Royal 7
Mira Costa 21, Wilmington Banning 0
Westmark 45, Trinity Lutheran 0
Senior Dom Cousins rushed for 76 yards and three touchdowns in four carries for Westmark (1-1, 1-0) at Sylmar First Lutheran High. Trinity Lutheran fell to 0-2, 0-2.
San Diego Jewish Academy 48, St. Michael's Prep 30
Host San Diego Jewish Academy is 1-1. St. Michael's Prep is 1-1.
La Jolla Country Day 26, Windward 16
Jamie Melas caught two passes for 45 yards and made 19 tackles while Steven Stanwyk had 15 tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception for the host Wildcats (2-1). Chris Friedman caught a 26-yard touchdown pass from Melas on a flea flicker. Taylor Wishman had 10 tackles, forced a safety and had a fumble recovery for Windward.
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