Saturday, Oct. 30
Brethren Christian 30, Sage Hill 7
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Mary Star 56, St. Monica 19
Running back Andrew Bradford had 24 carries for 232 yards and two touchdown runs of 67 and 26 yards and quarterback Jeff Mihaljevic completed eight of 16 passes for 140 yards and three touchdowns to lead visiting Mary Star (3-5, 2-0). St. Monica is 2-6 overall and 0-3 in league.
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Big Bear 14, Twentynine Palms 10
Junior Scotty Proctor of Big Bear (3-5, 2-3) scored on a quarterback keeper with 18 seconds left in third quarter to put the Bears ahead for the first time, 14-10. Proctor finished with 143 yards in 18 carries and completed four-of-five passes for 56 yards in a game that was moved to Twentynine Palms (4-4, 3-2) due to more than two feet of snow at Big Bear.
Brentwood 27, Maranatha 20
Junior running back Kevin Yamazaki had 37 carries for 304 yards and scored on runs of 55, 12 and four yards, with the last score coming with 4:16 left in the game to break a 20-20 tie for Brentwood (5-2, 1-0) in a victory at Maranatha (3-5, 0-1).
Jimmy Rotstein kicked field goals of 36 and 21 yards and converted all three of his extra-point attempts for the Eagles.
Campbell Hall 21, Downey Calvary Chapel 15
DEL REY LEAGUE
Cathedral 28, Bosco Tech 27
The Phantoms (6-2, 2-1) moved into a second-place tie in league with Bosco Tech (6-2, 2-1) in the victory at St. Matthias. Ricardo Galvez rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns for host Cathedral.
DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE
Mammoth 27, Lucerne Valley 15
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Orange 46, Ocean View 7
La Sierra 46, Riverside Poly 21
St. Francis 24, Chaminade 17 (2OT)
Paraclete 10, L.A. Baptist 0
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Northwood 47, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 14
Pasadena Poly 34, Flintridge Prep 0
Senior Reed Wagener of Pasadena Poly (5-1, 2-0) gained 104 yards in 11 carries and scored on runs of nine, 43 and 10 yards against visiting Flintridge Prep (1-6, 0-3). Jake Schorr of Poly had four catches for 78 yards and one touchdown of 27 yards.
Rio Hondo Prep 48, Chadwick 12
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Newport Harbor 35, Irvine 0
Loyola 14, Mater Dei 7
The Los Angeles Loyola defense didn't waste any time setting the tone Saturday night against Santa Ana Mater Dei in a battle involving the top two Serra League teams.
The Cubs, ranked No. 10 in the Southland by The Times, sent No. 2 Mater Dei backward on its first three plays from scrimmage and kept the Monarchs on their heels until their final offensive series.
The unit's effort paved the way for a 14-7 victory at Glendale High and gave Loyola the edge in the Serra League race."I don't know what it was," said Mater Dei Coach Bruce Rollinson. "We got driven back on the opening drive We've just got to regroup."
After stopping the Monarchs on the opening drive, Loyola (7-1, 3-0) scored on its first two possessions - both on short runs by Trason Bragg - to take a 14-0 lead with 2 minutes 22 seconds remaining in the first quarter. "It was one of the worst quarters I've even seen Mater Dei play," Rollinson said.
The Monarchs made their biggest defensive play of the game early in the second quarter, stripping the ball from quarterback Casey Frost during a sack and recovering at the Loyola 11-yard line.
Two plays later, Mater Dei running back James Brunt Jr. scored on a five-yard run to cut Loyola's lead to 14-7.
Mater Dei quarterback Kyle Woody completed just two of 10 passes in the first half but had four on-target passes dropped, including a potential 49-yard touchdown reception by the team's leading receiver, Robert Dubrish III, late in the first half. Brunt also had a 60-yard run on the previous play shortened by a clipping penalty at the end of the play.
Bragg limped off the field late in the first half after taking a hard hit following a four-yard run. He did not return to the offensive backfield in the second half, but did play sparingly on defense. Chad Peppars, Russell Oka and Frost helped keep the chains moving in the second half.
"We're lucky enough to have a lot of backs we can put in," Frost said.
The Monarchs (6-2, 2-1), a semifinalist in the Division I playoffs last season, could not take advantage of a muffed punt midway through the third quarter that gave them possession at the Loyola 32.
Mater Dei drove the ball to the five-yard line, but Brunt lost a yard on third down and Woody was chased out of bounds on a bootleg shy of the first down marker. Loyola defensive end Hamilton Augustine was not fooled on the play, holding his ground after the fake handoff.
"My coach told me to watch for that play," Augustine said. "He said they were going to come back with it."
Mater Dei had one last opportunity, marching into Loyola territory with less than five minutes remaining, but Woody overthrew tight end Adam Dedeaux on fourth and two and Loyola was able to run out the clock.
"We rushed the pass and overthrew the open man in the flat," Rollinson said. "It's just one of those nights, what do you do?"
Verbum Dei 19, Village Christian 17
Sean Merrit had three receptions for 90 yards, including a 80-yard touchdown catch, and ten carries for 70 yards, Reginald Dunn returned the opening kick off 90 yards for a touchdown and had an interception on defense and Akeem Ayers had an 80-yard touchdown reception for touchdown for visiting Verbum Dei (6-1) at Granada Hills Kennedy High School.
Village Christian dropped to 5-3 overall.
Granite Hills 20, Apple Valley 15
Malibu 33, Webb 13
Liberty Christian 52, Eastside Christian 26
Santa Clarita Christian 74, L.A. Lutheran 28
Quarterback Stephen Mercier completed 10 of 13 passes for 295 yards and a career-high six touchdowns, Orlandi Pena had a rushing touchdown, two recieving touchdowns and two interceptions returned for touchdowns and defensive end Brendon O'Steen had three and a half sacks and a fumble recovery for host Santa Clarita Christian (5-2, 2-2).
L.A. Lutheran dropped to 2-5 overall and 0-3 in league.
HI-LO LEAGUE LARGE
Bakersfield Valley 52, Lone Pine 6
Trona 38, Excelsior 36
HI-LO LEAGUE SMALL
Big Pine 55, Baker Valley 10
Gustavo Vargas kicked a 39-yard field goal for Baker Valley, but the Braves (2-4-1, 1-1) fell at Big Pine (3-0 in league play).
Redlands Calvary Chapel 40, Calvary Baptist 0
Riverside Christian 45, La Verne Lutheran 0
Westmark 52, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 38
Dom Cousins rushed for 314 yards and four touchdowns in 21 carries for host Westmark (4-3, 3-2). Hillcrest Christian falls to 3-5 overall and 2-4 in league.
First Lutheran 36, Ventura County Christian 18
Pilgrim 48, Trinity Lutheran 8
Avalon 55, Discovery Prep 22
Faith Baptist 50, Santa Maria Valley Christian 0
Southlands Christian 60, Cuyama Valley 44
Thacher 43, Mission Prep 33
Friday, Oct. 29
Capistrano Valley Christian 13, St. Margaret's 6
Alhambra 41, Keppel 16
Junior quarterback Jacob Proctor completed 13 of 20 passes for 125 yards and four touchdowns for visiting Alhambra (5-3, 2-1). Zion Babb caught two passes for touchdowns of 25 and 25 yards and Devin Lopez also caught two passes for scores of 13 and five yards. Keppel fell to 0-8, 0-3.
Montebello 25, San Gabriel 22
Senior Alex Ceja had 14 carries for 129 yards, including a 42-yard touchdown run, and twin brother Eddie Ceja had 19 carries for 102 yards, including a 16-yard scoring run, for Montebello (3-5, 2-1) in a victory over visting San Gabriel (0-7-1, 0-3).
Schurr 31, Bell Gardens 3
Visiting Schurr improved to 7-1, 3-0 in league. Bell Gardens is 4-4, 2-1.
Grace Brethren 60, Whittier Christian 16
Rancho Cucamonga 27, Alta Loma 20 (2 OT)
Claremont 34, Los Osos 28 (2 OT)
Upland 41, Etiwanda 6
Redondo 32, West Torrance 7
Kevin Ellison had 301 yards in 20 carries with three touchdowns and Kyle Forte had a 55-yard interception return for a score in the third quarter for host Redondo (7-1, 3-0). Ellison also had a 20-yard touchdown catch for a score. West is 5-3 overall, 1-2 in league.
Mira Costa 38, Leuzinger 22
Peninsula 27, South Torrance 21
BIG SKY LEAGUE
Linfield Christian 62, Midway Baptist 0
Senior running back Chuck Wilson had four touchdowns to go along with 100 yards rushing in 10 carries for visiting Linfield Christian (7-0-1, 2-0). Also scoring for Linfield Christian was Ryan Chamberlin with a 55-yard punt return, wide receiver Ryan Weilert with a 35-yard touchdown catch, fullback Stephen Machichan with a 12-yard touchdown run, and quarterback Dane Fages with for a two-yard scoring run.
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
La Salle 27, St. Anthony 7
Anaheim Canyon 41, El Modena 14
Tustin 20, Brea Olinda 17
San Marcos 37, Dos Pueblos 3
Santa Barbara 13, Buena 7
St. Bonaventure 42, Ventura 28
Western Christian 18, Arrowhead Christian 8
Eric Renteria rushed for 106 yards and Jordan Doolittle passed for two scores for Western Chrisitan (2-6, 1-0).
Ontario Christian 14, Aquinas 7
Western Christian 18, Arrowhead Christian 8
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Colton 31, Rialto Eisenhower 20
In 1989, the last time Colton was in the Citrus Belt League, the Yellowjackets didn't win a game. On Friday, they clinched a share of the league title and improved to 7-1, 5-0.
Colton committed 19 penalties - not including three on extra-point attempts - for 162 yards. The Yellowjackets also lost three of four fumbles. Still, they moved the ball when they needed to and were more physical on defense than host Eisenhower (4-4, 3-2).
"That was the least intense we've played all year," said Harold Strauss, Colton's coach, whose team scored on two of its first three possessions. "That's a big hump. We're just trying to prove we belong [in Division I]. We'll try to get a decent seed in the playoffs."
Allen Bradford rushed 26 times for 121 yards and two touchdowns. Shareece Wright rushed 17 times for 171 yards and one touchdown, a 63-yarder. Brad Sorensen completed five of nine passes for 69 yard, including a 14-yard scoring pass to Wright. Colton, which outgained Eisenhower at hafltime, 217-26, finished with a 365-167 advantage.
The bulk of Eisenhower's yards came on two plays - Jahmel Rover's 77-yard touchdown run to make it 14-6 with 8:59 left in the third quarter, and Jarrell Glass' 36-yard scoring pass to Steven Sarmiento to make it 25-12 with 4:00 left.
The Eagles also scored on Glass' three-yard run with 1:01 left to make the score closer than the game it had just played. Eisenhower lost five of its six fumbles, and was penalized 15 times for 89 yards. Those turnovers were converted into 16 points.
"They looked flat, we looked flat," said Julius McChritian, Eisenhower's coach, "but they still moved the ball on us."
Rover, who carried only twice in the first half, gained 109 yards on seven carries. Eisenhower played without quarterback Peter Salazar, who is out for the season with a broken leg, and Maurice McKnight, who should be back next week after straining his neck in last week's loss to Redlands East Valley.
Eisenhower quarterbacks completed only two of 13 passes for 48 yards.
Redlands 55, Fontana 14
Redlands East Valley 41, Yucaipa 12
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Banning 34, Riverside Notre Dame 14
Desert Hot Springs 14, Beaumont 7
San Jacinto 35, Yucca Valley 7
DEL REY LEAGUE
Bishop Montgomery 33, St. Bernard 15
Crespi 29, Gardena Serra 21
DEL RIO LEAGUE
La Serna 20, Whittier 7
Chris Carr had three catches for 74 yards and two touchdowns and quarterback Mike Roy completed 7 of 10 passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns to lead visiting La Serna (3-5, 1-2). Whittier is 4-4, 1-2.
Santa Fe 23, El Rancho 20 (OT)
DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE
Boron 55, Silver Valley 3
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Ridgecrest Burroughs 57, Barstow 35
Karsten Sween, who is leading the state in passing, completed 27 of 37 passes for 388 yards and three touchdowns to lead visiting Burroughs (5-3, 2-0). Hayo Carpenter had eight receptions for 152 yards and one touchdown, Ethan Cubit had a 55-yard punt return and caught six passes for 93 yards and one touchdown and Matt Williams had 10 carries for 124 yards and two touchdowns for Burroughs. Barstow is 4-4, 2-1.
Silverado 33, Victor Valley 6
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Cathedral City 35, Coachella Valley 32
Palm Desert 35, Indio 12
Palm Springs 42, La Quinta 13
Katella 31, Cypress 17
Orange Lutheran 42, Loara 14
Placentia Valencia 40, La Palma Kennedy 13
La Habra 33, Fullerton 7
Sunny Hills 35, Buena Park 13
Troy 36, Sonora 16
Valencia 29, Hart 10
Sometimes a victory is more than a victory.
Sometimes it changes the landscape in a community, sometimes it shifts the balance of power and sometimes it makes history.
On occasion, it does all three. Valencia, ranked No. 13 in the Southland by The Times, had one of those victories Friday night when it rolled past No. 9 Newhall Hart, 29-10, in a Foothill League upset at College of the Canyons.
The result ended the state's longest current league winning streak -- and third-longest all-time -- at 65 games, made Valencia the favorite in a league that for 13 years had been controlled by Hart, and turned the Santa Clarita Valley, long dominated by Cowboys and Indians, into Viking Country.
"This means everything," said Valencia Coach Brian Stiman, whose team is 7-1 and 3-0 in league. "We've been climbing this hill and climbing this hill and we finally got to the top."
Valencia opened in 1994 and first fielded a varsity football team in 1996. Ever since, there has been something of a natural rivalry brewing between the neighboring schools as well as Canyon Country Canyon (the Cowboys).
Before each season, Valencia fans hoped it would be the year. Each year, until now, the Vikings came up short. Before Friday night, they had gone 0-10 against Hart.
"This is a dream come true," said Valencia quarterback Michael Herrick, who passed for 261 yards and a touchdown and scored two rushing touchdowns. "Ever since Valencia opened, I wanted to go there and beat Hart. The curse is over."
Valencia's defense can take credit for that. A Hart offense averaging nearly 35 points a game managed only 65 total yards. Indian quarterback Tyler Lyon was sacked nine times, five by Anthony Difillippo, and had three passes intercepted.Hart (5-3, 2-1) recovered a Valencia fumble at the Viking 22 on the opening kickoff and managed only a field goal. Two plays later, Hart intercepted a pass and took over at the Valencia 15 and did not score.
Poor snaps out of the shotgun formation and on punts hampered the Indians on that drive and throughout the game as Hart rushed for 103 yards.
Herrick passed for one touchdown and rushed for another in the first half as Valencia forged a 16-3 lead. Hart pulled within six points on a Ryan Wolfe touchdown run with 8:03 left in the third, but the Indians had only four first downs the rest of the game.
It was Hart's first league loss since a 42-35 setback to Montebello Schurr on Oct. 26, 1990."People make a big deal about the streak, but that isn't our goal," Hart Coach Mike Herrington said. "I'm sure they are happy to be the streak buster and they should be. But our goal is a league championship."Each team still has a game left against Canyon, which is 8-0.
"That's our focus now," Stiman said. "We have to turn our attention to Canyon or this won't mean as much."
Canyon Country Canyon 28, Burbank Burroughs 13
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 29, Garden Grove 20
Rancho Alamitos 54, Westminster La Quinta 6
Lancaster 14, Antelope Valley 3
Quartz Hill 21, Littlerock 19
Palmdale 20, Highland at 0
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Saddleback 14, Estancia 13
HIGH DESERT LEAGUE
Mojave 60, Kern Valley 6
Chris Stevens had three carries for 83 yards and two touchdowns and Damien Joseph had 86 yards rushing in six carries and Daniel Ortiz blocked a punt and recovered the ball, returning it two yards for a touchdown for Mojave (7-1, 3-0) in a victory over visiting Kern Valley (0-7, 0-3).
Bishop 62, Desert 6
Rosamond 34, Frazier Mountain 14
Arlington 30, Canyon Springs 0
Riverside North 27, King 21 (2 OT)
LOS PADRES LEAGUE
Lompoc 21, Santa Maria St. Joseph 6
Lompoc Cabrillo 39, Nipomo 14
Morro Bay 46, Santa Maria 9
Agoura 54. Simi Valley 10
Newbury Park 30, Westlake 29
Royal 44, Moorpark 7
Thousand Oaks 34, Calabasas 14
Charter Oak 46, Hacienda Heights Wilson 7
Rosemead 34, South El Monte 26
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 56, Alemany 14
St. Paul 57, Harvard-Westlake 14
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Gabrielino 54, Mountain View 0
Quarterback Paul Zuniga was 22 of 26 passing for 405 yards with seven touchdowns and no interceptions for Gabrielino (7-1, 2-1), which also recorded its fifth shutout in a victory at Mountain View.
Zuniga threw scoring passes of six, 67, 39, three, seven, 13 and 27 yards, with Jesus Moreno as the primary target with seven receptions for 120 yards and two touchdowns. Craig Winchell and Jonathan Arid each had two touchdown receptions.
Arroyo 42, El Monte 7
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Sultana 17, Hesperia 6
Serrano 55, Rim of the World 8
Gladstone 46, Duarte 0
Mark Casteneda threw for touchdowns of 60, 35 and 12 yards and scored on touchdown runs of one, 20 and 25 yards, and he also intercepted a pass for Gladstone (6-2, 4-0) in a victory over Duarte (2-7, 2-3) at Citrus College.
Defensively, Gladstone recorded nine sacks, including three by Phil Nemchek, in posting its second shutout of the season. The Gladiators did not punt in the game.
Azusa 20, Sierra Vista 0
La Puente 21, Workman 14
Lakewood 64, Compton 7
Justin Robertson had three touchdowns, scoring on runs of 18 and nine yards, and on a 22-yard scoring pass, for Lakewood (8-0, 4-0) in a victory at Compton. Terrell Cole also scored on a 68-yard punt return for Lakewood, which led, 51-0 at halftime.
Long Beach Cabrillo 35, Long Beach Millikan 33
Long Beach Poly 35, Long Beach Jordan 6
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Centennial 49, Moreno Valley 13
Norco 20, Corona Santiago 7
Valley View 37, Corona 0
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Chaffey 34, Don Lugo 10
Colony 48, Ontario 14
Diamond Ranch 20, Montclair 10
Culver City 14, Santa Monica 13
A blocked PAT by Mark Johnson in the third quarter provided the game-winning margin for host Culver City (6-2, 2-1). Daryl Forte scored both touchdowns with a 35-yard punt return and a six-yard run and also had a interception for Culver City. Johnson also interecepted a pass with less that 40 seconds to go to clinch the victory for Culver City. Santa Monica fell to 5-3, 2-1.
Morningside 25, Beverly Hills 6
Meyer Linter completed 12 of 33 passes for 201 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown throw to Marcus Jones in the second quarter for host Beverly Hills (2-6, 1-2). Morningside (4-4, 1-2) led, 13-6, at halftime.
Hawthorne 14, Inglewood 0
Cerritos Valley Christian 31, Kilpatrick 15
Savanna 38, Anaheim 14
Arroyo Grande 51, Righetti 14
San Luis Obispo 44, Paso Robles 7
Arcadia 20, Glendale 15
Crescenta Valley 27, Muir 21
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Laguna Beach 21, University 20
Tesoro 20, Corona del Mar 7
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 24, Hueneme 15
Channel Islands 19, Pacifica 3
Rio Mesa 33, Oxnard 13
El Segundo 42, Compton Centennial 12
North Torrance 41, Palos Verdes 13
Torrance 32, Lawndale 14
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Monrovia 33, South Pasadena 10
Monrovia improves to 5-3, 3-0. South Pasadena is 6-1-1, 2-1 in league.
Temple City 31, Blair 13
Sean Smith gained 137 yards and scored both touchdowns in nine carries for Blair (4-4, 1-2) in a loss to visiting Temple City (1-7, 1-2) at Pasadena City College.
La Cañada 35, San Marino 10
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Arroyo Valley 27, San Gorgonio 24
Carter 28, Cajon 20
San Bernardino 51, Pacific 12
SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE
Walnut 34, Nogales 0
West Covina 19, Rowland 9
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Dominguez 43, Warren 0
Lynwood 14, Paramount 9
SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE
California School for the Deaf/Riverside (CSD/R) 70, Fairmont Prep 8
John Pinches caught a 42-yard touchdown pass from Chad Sudoko and Austin Clemons caught a conversion pass for the only points for Fairmont Prep (2-7, 0-3) in a loss to the California School for the Deaf/Riverside (7-1, 3-0).
Saddleback Valley Christian 13, Sherman Indian 0
Junior runningback Lee Davidson scored both touchdowns, catching a two-yard scoring pass and running 10 yards for another score, for Saddleback Valley Christian (2-6, 1-1) in a victory over visiting Sherman Indian (1-6, 1-1).Davidson's touchdown reception came from senior quarterback Coleman Faite, who completed nine of 14 passes for 147 yards and the score. Davidson finished with 58 yards rushing in 12 carries.
SANTA FE LEAGUE
Cantwell Sacred Heart 17, Salesian 14
Running back Joseph Salazar ran for a 50-yard touchdown for Cantwell Sacred Heart (3-5, 1-1). Quarterback George Guerrero threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to wideout Patrick Hernandez in the loss for host Salesian (2-6, 2-0).
St. Genevieve 26, Murphy 20
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Aliso Niguel 28, Foothill 27
Drew Westling completed 22 of 38 passes for 294 yards and two touchdowns for Aliso Niguel (7-1, 2-1). Zack Leffel had 26 carries for 162 yards and a touchdown and Shaun Gentry had two catches for 55 yards, including a 42-yard touchdown in the loss for visiting Foothill (3-4-1, 1-1-1), which failed on a two-point conversion with 42 seconds remaining in the game.
After the failed conversion, Foothill recovered an onside kick, drove to the Aliso Niguel 20-yard line, but was unable to kick a field goal because time expired.
Woodbridge 28, Laguna Hills 24
Bishop Amat 34, Servite 14
St. John Bosco 30, Santa Margarita 20
Glendora 32, Ayala 0
Keland Johnson rushed for 92 yards in the loss for host Ayala (1-10, 0-3).
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Dana Hills 21, Capistrano Valley 17
Dana Hills (4-4, 1-2) scored its final touchdown with three minutes to go in the fourth quarter and then stopped Capistrano Valley (4-4, 1-2) on its final drive as time expired to preserve the victory at Capistrano Valley.
Mission Viejo 62, El Toro 0
Mark Sanchez completed 14 of 22 passes for 216 yards and two touchdowns and Chane Moline carried nine times for 59 yards and three touchdowns and caught two passes for 16 yards for Mission Viejo (8-0, 3-0), the No. 1-ranked team by the Times. The Diablos' defense held El Toro to six rushing yards and only 71 total yards.
San Clemente 38, Trabuco Hills 10
No. 23 San Clemente improved to 7-1, 3-0 after the win at home against Trabuco Hills (3-5, 1-1).
Murrieta Valley 9, Chaparral 0
Temecula Valley 29, Rancho Verde 14
Temescal Canyon 41, Vista Murrieta 0
Artesia 49, Glenn 7
Cerritos 32, Norwalk 14
Mayfair 26, La Mirada 10
Hemet 66, Paloma Valley 16
Elsinore 34, Perris 12
West Valley 21, Vista del Lago 0
Bloomington 36, Rubidoux 6
Kaiser 14, Norte Vista 0
Ramona 21, Jurupa Valley 0
Esperanza 41, Huntington Beach 0
Los Alamitos 28, Fountain Valley 13
TRI VALLEY LEAGUE
Oaks Christian 55, Carpenteria 14
Jimmy Clausen completed 16 of 18 passes for 247 yards and four touchdowns, all in the first half, as Oaks Christian (8-0, 4-0) led 41-0 at halftime.
Oak Park 13, Nordhoff 10
Bishop Diego 44, Santa Paula 14
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Baldwin Park 33, Ganesha 8
Northview 37, Covina 22
San Dimas 38, Pomona 13
Ribet Academy 21, Viewpoint 0
Kyle Lewis carried 11 times for 120 yards and a touchdown for host Ribet Academy (3-5). Jamie Silverman had 22 carries for 83 yards, and had two interceptions and a fumble recovery on defense for Viewpoint (2-6).
Atascadero 42, Santa Ynez 25
Bellflower 17, Gahr 7
Downey 27, Long Beach Wilson 16
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 37, Laton 28
Great Oak 14, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 6
Vasquez 50, Santa Clara 0
Joshua Springs 41, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 12
Matt Gordon ran for 113 yards in 21 carries and scored one touchdown in a losing effort for Desert Christian (5-3, 3-1) . Joshua Springs improved to 5-3, 4-0 in league.
Hesperia Christian 49, Antelope Valley Christian 6
Victor Valley Christian 35, Bethel Christian 34
COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Maricopa 28, Laguna Blanca 14
Windward 48, Price 0
Bloomington Christian 57, Upland Christian 6 (mercy)
Cameron Smith had 175 yards in 12 carries with three touchdowns to lead host Bloominton Christian in a game that was called after the first half due to the 45-point rule. Smith, who has 1,037 rushing yards for the season, also returned a punt 59 yards for a score in the second quarter. Jordan Newton added 84 yards in five carries with two touchdowns for the Ravens (7-1, 3-1). Upland Christian 0-8, 0-4 in league.
Desert Chapel 38, California Lutheran 32
St. Michael's Prep 84, South Bay Lutheran 50
Quarterback Lowell Schaper ran for five touchdowns and threw for one more to lead host St. Michael's (5-2). Running back Joshua Cook scored four toucdowns for St. Michaels's Prep. Braxton Prieto passed for five touchdowns for South Bay Lutheran.
Noli Indian 46, Applied Scholastics 0
Thursday, Oct. 28
Montclair Prep 30, Pasadena Marshall 22
Ethan Edwards had 245 yards and four touchdowns in 29 carries for Montclair Prep (6-2, 1-0). Edwards has 1,492 yards in seven games for the Mounties. Marshall, the top-ranked team in Division XII, falls to 7-1, 0-1. Montclair Prep is ranked No. 7 in the Division.
Villa Park 38, El Dorado 14
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Miller 41, Rialto 20
DEL RIO LEAGUE
Pioneer 35, California 26
Saugus 34, Burbank 7
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Santiago 34, Bolsa Grande 20
Bonita 52, Garey 20
Century 41, Magnolia 40
Magnolia scored a touchdown on the final play of the game to pull within a point, but the Sentinels' two-point conversion run was stopped at the goal line as Century held on for the victory.
Western 43, Santa Ana Valley 10
Pasadena 27, Hoover 21
Chino Hills 41, Diamond Bar 21
Dewayne Wade rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown, Corey Nolen rushed for 117 yards and a touchdown and Sam Toliver rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns, including a 61-yard-run, for Chino Hills (7-1, 2-1), which had three-100-yard rushers for the first time in school history.
Nolen also had a 61-yard touchdown reception. Steven Thomas had a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown. The victory was particularly gratifying for Coach Terry Roche, who left Diamond Bar to take the job at Chino Hills and defeated his former team for the first time. Diamond Bar drops to 4-4, 0-3.
Chino 37, Damien 14
Edison 55, Marina 0
Brian Shrock completed 10 of 12 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for another score for Edison (6-2, 2-1) in a victory over Marina (0-8, 0-3) at Huntington Beach.
Thomas Marcin made three receptions, including two for touchdowns of 28 and 50 yards, and the Chargers' defense registered its third shuout of the season.
Isaiah Wilson, Josh Gage and Bill Colazas each intercepted a pass for the Chargers. Gage returned his for a would-be score, but his helmet came off before he ran the ball into the endzone and the play was whistled dead in accordance with high school rules.
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