SOUTHERN SECTION

Saturday, Nov. 13

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Verbum Dei 38, Mary Star 9

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Foothill 28, Irvine 15
Zack Leffel rushed 15 times for 118 yards and two touchdowns and had two receptions for 25 yards and the other two scores to lead Foothill (5-4-1, 3-1-1), which finished third in league, to the victory at Irvine (4-6, 1-4). Leffel added two interceptions on defense.

8-MAN PLAYOFFS

Large Division

First Round

Santa Clarita Christian 35, Windward 20
Stephen Mercier rushed for 116 yards and scored once in 20 carries and was nine of 15 passing for 175 yards and four touchdowns for Santa Clarita Christian (7-2) in a victory at Windward (7-2).

Senior linebacker James Richardson made 12 tackles for Santa Clarita Christian.

Thacher 46, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 8
Gabe Yette rushed 16 times for 93 yards and three touchdowns for third-seeded Thacher (7-1) at Calvary Chapel (6-3).

California Lutheran 46, Trona 0
Faith Baptist 55, Bakersfield Valley 8
King's Christian 50, First Lutheran 6

Small Division

First Round

Bethel Christian 28, Southlands Christian 22

Friday, Nov. 12

ACADEMY LEAGUE

Sage Hill 24, Capistrano Valley Christian 12

ALMONT LEAGUE

Alhambra 34, Montebello 28 (OT)
Alhambra trailed 28-12 early in the fourth quarter, but junior Devin Lopez and sophomore Zion Bab each scored touchdowns and the Moors converted a pair of two-point conversions in the last 9 minutes, 21 seconds to tie the game at 28-28, before winning in overtime.

Lopez scored on a 19-yard run on Alhambra's first possession in a California tiebreaker to clinch third place in the league and a playoff berth with the victory. The Moors failed on a two-point conversion pass attempt after the decisive score.

Montebello (3-7, 2-3) took possesion, but the Oilers' fumbled on the first play in overtime and Bab recovered the ball at the 16-yard line to secure the victory.

With four minutes left in regulation, Bab also blocked a Montebello punt and picked the ball up on a bounce, returning it 25 yards for a touchdown that pulled Alhambra (6-4, 3-2) within 28-26. Lopez hit Bab with an option pass for a two-point conversion that erased the Moors' one-time 16-point deficit and sent the game into overtime.

Lopez had scored on a three-yard sweep with 9:21 left to pull the Moors within 28-20.

Bell Gardens 42, San Gabriel 13
Senior running back Alfredo Castaneda, who played in only the first three quarters, had 18 carries for 350 yards and six touchdowns to lead visiting Bell Gardens (5-5, 4-1), which finished second in the league behind Schurr.

Castaneda, a 5-4 senior running back, broke six school records with his performance--rushing yards in a game, rushing yards in a season (2,081), career total touchdowns (56), rushing touchdowns in a career (54), rushing touchdowns in a season (35) and total touchdowns in a season (37).

San Gabriel finished at 1-4 in league.

Schurr 66, Keppel 16
Jesse Ramirez carried the ball 22 times for 386 yards and eight touchdowns in the first half for host Schurr (9-1, 5-0), which sat its first team in the second half. Keppel drops to 0-9-1, 0-5.

ALPHA LEAGUE

Montclair Prep 22, Whittier Christian 8
Quarterback Marlon Yates completed nine of 12 passes for 163 yards with one touchdown and senior running back Ethan Edwards had 25 carries for 175 yards and touchdown, to surpass the 1500-yard mark for the season, and lead visiting Montclair Prep (7-3, 2-1), to a second place finish in league. Whittier Christian is 4-6, 0-3.

Grace Brethren 42, Pasadena Marshall 0

BASELINE LEAGUE

Upland 23, Claremont 7
The Highlanders (8-2, 4-1) earned a co-championship and the league's top seed for the Division II playoffs with the victory over the visiting Wolfpack (7-3, 4-1).

Alta Loma 34, Los Osos 7
Rancho Cucamonga 21, Etiwanda 0

BAY LEAGUE

Peninsula 34, Leuzinger 12
Visiting Peninsula (9-0-1, 4-0-1) clinched the league championship for the first time since 1999.Jaycen Taylor carried the ball 34 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns for Leuzinger (3-7, 1-4 ), finishing the season with a school record 2,106 rushing yards.

Redondo 41, Mira Costa 7
Kevin Ellison had 24 carries for 136 with three touchdowns, Leonard Hernandez caught five passes for 113 yards and two scores and Jordan Tusieseina was seven for ten passing for 127 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Redondo (8-2, 4-1), which took sole possession of second place in the league with the victory. Quarterback Eric Esparza ran in from two yards out for the lone score for Mira Costa (5-4-1, 3-1-1).

South Torrance 28, West Torrance 7

BIG SKY LEAGUE

Anza Hamilton 36, Linfield Christian 6

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

St. Monica 54, St. Anthony 30
Gilbert Ramirez carried the ball 34 times for 244 yards and five touchdowns to lead visiting St. Monica (4-6, 1-3).St. Anthony is 2-8, 0-4.

CENTURY LEAGUE

Brea Olinda 39, El Modena 7

CHANNEL LEAGUE

St. Bonaventure 24, Dos Pueblos 0
San Marcos 51, Santa Barbara 27
Ventura 28, Buena 14

CHRISTIAN LEAGUE

Ontario Christian 50, Arrowhead Christian 20
Tyler Vanderzee was nine of 10 passing for 207 yards with five touchdowns and no interceptions for Ontario Christian (9-1, 3-0) in a victory at Arrowhead Christian (1-9, 0-3).

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Colton 21, Miller 0
Eisenhower 58, Fonatana 0
Redlands East Valley 33, Rialto 6

DE ANZA LEAGUE

San Jacinto 38, Big Bear 37 (OT)
Deshawn Smith scored on a four-yard run on San Jacinto's first possession of a California tiebreaker and the Tigers edged visiting Big Bear (4-6, 3-4). Smith finished with 248 yards and four touchdowns for San Jacinto (6-1 in league), which won the league title with the victory. Scott Proctor gained 191 yards and scored on an 88-yard run for Big Bear.

Banning 33, Yucca Valley 26
Beaumont 20, Twentynine Palms 12Desert Hot Springs 45, Riverside Notre Dame 13

DELPHIC LEAGUE

Brentwood 37, Campbell Hall 20
Brett Hanson-Ashkar rushed eight times for 115 yards and two touchdowns and ran back an interception 92 yards for another touchdown to lead host Brentwood (7-2, 3-0). Quarterback Sam Bartman completed nine of 18 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles. Campbell Hall is 7-3, 2-1.

DEL REY LEAGUE

Bosco Tech 49, Bishop MOntgomery 40
Nick Acuna of Bosco Tech (7-3) carried 28 times for 405 yards and scored on runs of 81, 1, 12, 12 and 61 yards against visiting Bishop Montgomery (2-8). Peter Mecenas had three receptions for 107 yards and three touchdowns for Bosco Tech which finished third in league.

Crespi 48, St. Bernard 6
Randle Harris rushed for 240 yards and scored four touchdowns in 18 carries for Crespi (7-3, 5-0) in a victory at St. Bernard (0-10, 0-5).

DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Boron 36, Lucerne Valley 12

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Silverado 35, Ridgecrest Burroughs 21
Dashawn Davis carried the ball 44 times for 311 yards and three touchdowns for visiting Silverado (9-0-1, 4-0).Carson Sween completed nine of 25 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns for Ridgecrest Burroughs (6-4, 3-1).

Granite Hills 17, Victor Valley 15

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Coachella Valley 15, Indio 14
Palm Desert 17, La Quinta 14
Palm Springs 41, Cathedral City 6

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Orange Lutheran 24, Placentia Valencia 7
Orange Lutheran was a shell of itself at the beginning of the season but now that the regular season has ended, the Lancers are shaping into the team expected to seriously contend for the Southern Section Division VI title.

The Lancers, ranked No. 10 in the Southland by The Times, produced a strong all-around effort Friday night against No. 18 Placentia Valencia, forcing five turnovers and making early plays on special teams to pave the way for a victory at Valencia.

The victory clinched the seventh consecutive league championship for Orange Lutheran and its third straight in a row in the Empire League.

Probably the best news for the Lancers was seeing quarterback Seth Blackamore and kicker Troy Van Blarcom back in championship form playing like their old selves.

Blackamore, the Division VI co-player of the year last season, who had taken only two snaps coming into the game after injuring his knee during practice in early August. He completed his first pass of the season to close out the first half, a 37-yard fling after a scramble to Austin Pettis.

Blackamore said he's ready to take over starting duties when the playoffs begin next week.

"It's feeling really good," Blackamore said of the knee. "It's almost back to normal."

Van Blarcom, who missed the first half of the season after suffering a similar knee injury in June, booted a school record 54-yard field goal to give help the Lancers to a 17-0 halftime lead.

After Orange Lutheran (9-1, 5-0) stopped Valencia on its first three plays, Donny Lee returned a punt 66 yards for a touchdown just 77 seconds into the game, putting the Tigers behind for the first time this season.

Valencia (9-1, 4-1) then had a 64-yard touchdown reception by Rashad Chambers called back because of a pass interference penalty on Chambers.

Orange Lutheran forced the second of three-first half turnovers with 3 minutes 11 seconds left in the first quarter, stripping Valencia running back Rylon Thomas at the Valencia 43. Zach Heim, who also had two interceptions, recovered the ball. Sophomore quarterback Aaron Corp, who has replaced Blackamore this season, followed with a two-yard run touchdown run for a 14-0 lead with 16.5 seconds remaining in the first quarter.

After the Lancers took a 17-0 lead on Van Blarcom's field goal, Valencia appeared ready to score late in the first half, using 12 plays to drive to the Orange Lutheran seven-yard line. But Kyle Renny stepped in front of Anthony Quiroz at the goal line for an interception. and returned the interception to the Lancer 40.

The Lancers seamed content to sit on their lead and did not earn a first down in three possessions in the third quarter.

Valencia quarterback Luis Cruz stood firm on a blitz early in the fourth quarter and hit receiver Ray Magee over the middle and Magee ran for a 53-yards for the touchdown play, cutting the lead to 17-7. The Lancers then followed with an 11-play, 69-yard drive, that included their biggest play of the game - a 21-yard run by fullback Pat Roxas - and took a 24-7 lead on capped by a five-yard touchdown run by reserve quarterback Blake Lucas.

--Dan Arritt

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Canyon Country Canyon 21, Hart 17
The host Cowboys (9-1, 4-1) finished second in the Foothill League with the victory over Hart, scoring the go-ahead-touchdown in the final minutes before icing the victory with an interception. The 13th-ranked Indians (6-4, 3-2), who had won 65 consecutive Foothill League games before losing to Valencia two weeks ago, have dropped two of their last three and will hit the road for the opening round of the Division II playoffs next week.

Burbank 26, Burbank Burroughs 12
Valencia 42, Saugus 19

FREEWAY LEAGUE

La Habra 52, Buena Park 7
Sonora 35, Sunny Hills 26
Troy 37, Fullerton 35

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove Pacifica 42, Bolsa Grande 7
Los Amigos 49, Garden Grove 35

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Antelope Valley 32, Littlerock 0
Lancaster 17, Highland 0
Palmdale 43, Quartz Hill 7

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Estancia 18, Costa Mesa 13
Santa Ana 35, Ocean View 7

HIGH DESERT LEAGUE

Mojave 41, Desert 8
Chris Stevens had 22 carries for 243 yards and two touchdowns, Daniel Ashcraft had 120 yards in 10 carries and one touchdown and Leroy Hill had seven carries for 112 and a touchdown for visiting Mojave (9-1, 5-0), which rushed for 497 yards. The Mustangs won the league title for the first time since 2001.

Rosamond 45, Kern Valley 13

IVY LEAGUE

Arlington 23, King 21
Riverside North 35, Riverside Poly 17
Romona 23, King 21

LOS PADRES LEAGUE

Lompoc 42, Lompoc Cabrillo 14
Jonathon Terrones caught two touchdown passes to lead host Lompoc (10-0, 7-0) to its 21st consecutive victory.Lydell Sergeant scored two rushing touchdowns for Lompoc Cabrillo (7-3, 5-2).

Morro Bay 56, Santa Ynez 21
Santa Maria St. Joseph 21, Santa Maria 7

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Moorpark 19, Westlake 14
Thousand Oaks 44, Newbury Park 38
Royal 45, Simi Valley 7

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Hacienda Heights Wilson 40, Garey 15
Los Altos 24, Charter Oak 21

MISSION LEAGUE

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 46, Chaminade 7
St. Francis 42, Harvard-Westlake 0
St. Paul 49, Alemany 13

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Arroyo 17, South El Monte 6
Mountain View 23, El Monte 21
Rosemead 24, Gabrielino 21

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Rim of the World 33, Apple Valley 17

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Bassett 33, Sierra Vista 12
Gladstone 50, Workman 7

MOORE LEAGUE

Lakewood 49, Millikan 14
Quarterback Justin Weaver threw for three touchdowns and Terrell Cole caught two touchdown passes to lead visiting Lakewood (9-1, 4-1), which led 42-0 at the half and put its second team on the field for the third and fourth quarters. Millikan is 2-8, 1-5 in league. Lakewood, which is ranked No. 8 by The Times, finished second in the league behind Long Beach Poly.

Long Beach Jordan 27, Compton 6
Long Beach Poly 51, Long Beach Wilson 2

MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE

Moreno Valley Valley View 37 Moreno Valley 15
Josh Miller rushed for 212 yards and two touchdowns in 22 carries for Moreno Valley Valley View.

Corona Centennial 47, Corona Santiago 10
Norco 28, Corona 7

MT. BALDY LEAGUE

Chaffey 7, Ontario 3
Colony 31, Montclair 14
Don Lugo 23, Diamond Ranch 13

OCEAN LEAGUE

Culver City 41, Beverly Hills 18
Daryl Forte carried the ball five times for 110 yards and three touchdowns and quarterback Kris Cueva completed 14 of 21 passes for 145 yards and rushed for 50 yards in three carries to lead host Culver City (8-2, 4-1). Beverly Hills is 3-7, 2-3.

Hawthorne 17, Santa Monica 13
Visiting Hawthorne (7-3, 5-0) led 17-7 at halftime and held Santa Monica (6-4, 3-2) scoreless on a crucial fourth-quarter drive with three straight sacks at the 15-yard line. Kevin Poindexter threw two touchdown passes for Santa Monica.

Morningside 43, Inglewood 6
Lafayette Fletcher Jr. had 39 carries for 306 yards and 4 touchdowns for Morningside.

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Cerritos Valley Christian 33, Paraclete 11

ORANGE LEAGUE

Magnolia 29, Anaheim 14
Western 35, Savanna 18

PAC 5 LEAGUE

Arroyo Grande 21, San Luis Obispo 12
There was nothing fancy or sophisticated about Arroyo Grande's strategy in the second half of its Pac-5 League title de-cider Friday night against San Luis Obispo.

"We decided to do what got us here - run right at them," Coach Jon Huss said.

Andrew Hirsch scored touch-downs on runs of three and two yards to help the Eagles rally for a victory over previously unbeaten San Luis Obispo.

Arroyo Grande (8-2, 4-0) trailed, 12-7, at halftime before an overflow crowd of more than 4,000 at San Luis Obispo (8-1, 3-1). An interception by Max Stephenson on San Luis Obispo's opening drive of the second half set the stage for the Eagles' offensive line to pummel the Tigers.

Hirsch, who rushed for 125 yards, led a 67-yard drive, plung-ing into the end zone for a touch-down and a two-point conver-sion for a 15-12 lead that the Eagles would never relinquished.

Earlier, San Luis Obispo took advantage of a broken play, with quarterback Quinten Cate pick-ing up his own fumble and con-necting with Cory Roush on a 74-yard touchdown midway through the second quarter. Phil Garza finished with 130 yards rushing in 26 carries for the Tigers.

San Luis Obispo was ranked No. 1 in the Southern Section Division IV coaches' poll, and its defeat opens the way for Ventura St. Bonaventure to gain the top playoff seeding.

Huss, though, isn't ready to discount his team after the way it responded in its biggest game of the season.

"We've come a long way with this club," he said. "It's been a long journey, and it's a very satis-fying victory."

Marcus Sandoval had two sacks for Arroyo Grande, which limited the Tigers to 73 yards in the second half.

--Eric Sondheimer

Paso Robles 35, Atascadero 15

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Arcadia 26, Crescenta Valley 22
Hoover 42, Glendale 28

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Corona del Mar 35, Laguna Beach 8
Northwood 35, Irvine University 14
Tesoro 49, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 20

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Channel Islands 39, Hueneme 18
Oxnard 57, Oxnard Pacifica 6
Rio Mesa 48, Camarillo 17

PIONEER LEAGUE

El Segundo 34, Palos Verdes 29
Lawndale 44, Compton Centennial 20
North Torrance 42, Torrance 8

PREP LEAGUE

Pasadena Poly 20, Chadwick 20
With Chadwick leading 20-13, Nick Regas scored on a three-yard run and Logan Tiari converted a point-after kick for Pasadena Poly to tie the game, which ended in a tie because no overtime periods are played in the Prep League.Reed Wagener gained 109 yards, scoring on a 10-yard run in the first quarter for Pasadena Poly (5-2-1, 2-1-1), which won a post-game coin flip with the Dolphins to determine the No. 2 representative from the Prep League for the Division XIII playoffs. Chadwick (6-3-1, 2-1-1), which finished in a second-place tie with Pasadena Poly, will still make the playoffs as the league's No. 3 representative.

Flintridge Prep 34, Webb 13

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

Monrovia 16, Blair 12
Visiting Monrovia scored on a 10-yard touchdown run with two and a half minutes left in the fourth quarter for the go-ahead score. Sean Smith rushed for 102 yards and one touchdown in 15 carries in the loss for Blair (5-5, 2-3).

Temple City 33, San Marino 10

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE

Arroyo Valley 42, Cajon 20
San Gorgonio 34, San Bernardino 7

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE

South Hills 27, Rowland 13
West Covina 42, Nogales 0

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Dominguez 7, Downey 6
Marvin Johnson scored on a 35-yard interception return and Rafael Gonzalez coverted the point-after kick for the only points for Dominguez (9-1, 4-0), which won the league title with the victory at Downey (5-4-1, 2-2).The Dons' defense limited Downey to 15 yards of total offense. Greg Rosales kicked field goals of 27 and 24 yards for Downey's only points.

Paramount 34, Warren 0

SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE

Ribet Academy 18, Sherman Indian 14

SANTA FE LEAGUE

St. Genevieve 24, Salesian 19
Host St. Genevieve (4-6, 2-2) scored the winning touchdown on a fourth-down conversion with 1:30 left in the fourth quarter. Joseph Salazar scored on a three-yard run in the second quarter for Salesian (3-7, 1-3).

SERRA LEAGUE

Mater Dei 30, Servite 0
Santa Margarita 20, Loyola 15
St. John Bosco 23, Bishop Amat 21

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Trabuco Hills 45, El Toro 0
P.J. Vallier scored two rushing touchdowns for Trabuco Hills (4-6, 2-3) in a victory over visiting El Toro.

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Murrieta Valley 41, Rancho Verde 13
Temescal Canyon 34, Chaparral 9
Temecula Valley 41, Vista Murrieta 20

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

Artesia 48, Cerritos 24
Mayfair 20, Bellflower 0

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Elsinore 34, Vista del Lago 7
Hemet 21, West Valley 10

SUNKIST LEAGUE

Jurupa Valley 24, Rubidoux 18
Kaiser 14, Bloomington 8
Norte Vista 28, Ramona 7

SUNSET LEAGUE

Esperanza 14, Edison 10
Fountain Valley 39, Marina 0

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Oaks Christian 42, Nordhoff 24
Jimmy Clausen completed 13 of 23 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns and Marc Tyler had three catches for 133 yards and two scores and also had eight carries for 115 yards and one touchdown for Oaks Christian (10-0, 6-0), which won its first league title with the victory at Nordhoff.

Mark Richardson had seven receptions for 110 yards and one touchdown, and Aaron Ware gained 124 yards and scored once in 16 carries for the Lions.

Fillmore 32, Carpinteria 14
Oak Park 42, Santa Paula 7

NONLEAGUE

Malibu 41, Villanova Prep 12
Sean Forster rushed for 101 yards in 24 carries for visiting Villanova Prep (5-3), but it wasn't enough as the host Sharks (9-1) won their ninth straight game and virtually assured themselves of a freelance entry into the Division XIII playoffs.

Bishop Diego 39, Kilpatrick 20
CSDR 34, Twin Pines 8
Long Beach Cabrillo 39, Lynwood 31
Rio Hondo Prep 19, Vasquez 3
Viewpoint 9, Lancaster Desert Christian 7

8-MAN PLAYOFFS

First round

Large Division

Bloomington Christian 60, Fresno Laton 14 (three quarters, 45-point rule)
Mission Prep 39, Hesperia Christian 31

Small Division

Cuyama Valley 86, Pilgrim 8
Desert Chapel 49, Eastside Christian 0
St. Michael's Prep d. Redlands Calvary Chapel (forfeit)

Thursday, Nov. 11

ACADEMY LEAGUE

St. Margaret's 61, Bretheren Christian 15

BIG SKY LEAGUE

Murrieta Calvary Chapel 49, Midway Baptist 0

CENTURY LEAGUE

El Dorado 35, Anaheim Canyon 14
The host Golden Hawks (5-4-1, 2-2-1) clinched third place and a playoff berth with the victory at Placentia Valencia.

Villa Park 28, Tustin 21
Had it been a long-drive contest, Tustin might have left a winner.

But the Tillers could not move the ball quickly enough in the fourth quarter Thursday night against visiting Villa Park and ran out of options at the Spartan 15-yard line with 26 seconds remaining. On a fourth-and-nine play, quarterback Damien Cruz tried just his fourth pass of the game, but junior defensive back Brad Klein batted the ball away in the end zone to preserve a 28-21 victory.

The win clinched a second consecutive Century League title for Villa Park (9-1, 5-0) and its sixth in the last eight seasons.

Tustin (6-4, 4-1) began its final drive at its own 20-yard line with 7:27 remaining. The Tillers showed they could drive the ball on their opening possession of the game, using more than nine minutes to move the ball 76 yards in 18 plays to tie the score, 7-7. But with a minimal passing game -- Tustin had completed only 14 passes on the season coming into the game -- it had to methodically move the ball on its last drive.

The Tillers burned 3 1/2 minutes reaching midfield, then reached the Villa Park 21-yard line with 1:07 remaining. After a three-yard run by Jeff Quinn, an intentional spike by Cruz to stop the clock and a reverse to Mike Neal that lost two yards, the Tillers had one last chance. For one of the few times in the game, the Spartans were expecting a pass.

Klein, who had intercepted a pass in the end zone late in the second quarter, dropped back with tight end Samuel Stewart and batted the ball away in the back of the end zone with 18.8 seconds remaining.

"I had to pick it up a notch," Klein said.

Tustin Coach Myron Miller was unhappy with the effort from his defense, which forced Villa Park to punt just once in five possessions. "We just missed opportunities," he said.

Quinn rushed for 181 yards in 27 carries, including a 66-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter that tied the score, 21-21. Villa Park receiver Viken Bitar then caught a three-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brad Johnson, their second scoring connection of the game, to give the Spartans a 28-21 lead with 7:27 left.

--Dan Arritt

CHRISTIAN LEAGUE

Aquinas 28, Western Christian 6
Aquinas improves to 9-1 overall and clinched second place with a 2-1 record in league play

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Redlands 48, Yucaipa 21

DEL REY LEAGUE

Cathedral 21, Gardena Serra 19
Running back Ricardo Galvez carried 28 times for 130 yds and one touchdown, while Timothy Clark ran for 123 yards in 23 carries and another score for Cathedral (8-2, 4-1). Serra falls to 5-5, 2-3.

DEL RIO LEAGUE

El Rancho 17, Whittier 0
Michael Perez scored on two touchdown runs for El Rancho (6-4, 3-2), which qualified for the Division VII playoffs and placed Whittier (5-5, 2-3) into wild-card consideration.

La Serna 33, California 16
Mike Roy completed five of nine passes for 74 yards and three touchdowns and rushed six times for 78 yards and another score to help La Serna (5-5, 3-2) finish in a tie for second in the league with Whittier and earn the No. 2 playoff spot.

El Rancho 17, Whittier 0
Santa Fe 28, Pioneer 12

EMPIRE LEAGUE

La Palma Kennedy 51, Cypress 7
Kennedy (6-4, 3-2) led 28-0 seven minutes into the game and then scored four defensive touchdowns as the Fighting Irish locked up third place and a Division VI playoff berth.

Loara 27, Katella 3

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Westminster 48, Saddleback 10
Westminster (8-2, 6-0) clinched the outright league title with the victory at home.

IVY LEAGUE

La Sierra 47, Canyon Springs 13

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Agoura 36, Calabasas 6

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Serrano 14, Hesperia 6

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Duarte 20, Azusa 10

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Village Christian 35, L.A. Baptist 20
In the annual "Bible Bowl," Chris Handy had two touchdowns and 198 yards in 28 carries as well as an interception on defense to lead visiting Village Christian (6-3, 3-1). Quarterback Tyler Robertson was 14-of-34 with 171 yards passing and two interceptions for L.A. Baptist (3-6, 1-3).

ORANGE LEAGUE

Century 36, Santa Ana Valley 10

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Muir 48, Pasadena 25

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

La Cañada 34, South Pasadena 13

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Aliso Niguel 38, Laguna Hills 0
Newport Harbor 63, Woodbridge 20

SIERRA LEAGUE

Chino 21, Chino Hills 18
Glendora 21, Damien 0

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Mission Viejo 42, Dana Hills 10
Mark Sanchez was 12 of 21 for 182 yards and two touchdowns, and Chane Moline rushed for 125 yards on just seven carries and scored three touchdowns to lead Mission Viejo (10-0, 5-0), the Times' top-ranked team. Dana Hills finishes league with a 2-3 mark.

San Clemente 28, Capistrano Valley 14

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

Norwalk 7, Glenn 0

SUNSET LEAGUE

Los Alamitos 42, Huntington Beach 0

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Covina 35, Ganesha 3
Pomona 31, Baldwin Park 14
San Dimas 26, Northview 21

NONLEAGUE

La Mirada 10, Gahr 3
Sultana 31, Barstow 19
Walnut 35, Bonita 13

INTERSECTIONAL

San Diego H-Town 42, Animo 0

Wednesday, Nov. 10

DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Mammoth 63, Silver Valley 0

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove Santiago 41, Westminster La Quinta 14

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE

Carter 6, Pacific 0

SANTA FE LEAGUE

Bellarmine-Jefferson 48, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 22

SIERRA LEAGUE

Ayala 28, Diamond Bar 25

Wednesday, Nov. 10

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Paloma Valley 26, Perris 13

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