Varsity Times Insider High school sports across the Southland
Football: A night to remember for Poly's McDonald brothers

Brothers Nolan and Camren McDonald of Long Beach Poly won't soon forget the Jackrabbits' 20-17 victory over Narbonne on Thursday night.

Nolan, a junior quarterback, had a 59-yard touchdown pass, and it went to Camren, a 6-foot-4 sophomore, in the third quarter.

"That was my first touchdown pass, and it meant a lot for it to be to him," Nolan said.

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Football: Chatsworth unleashes Tyger Goslin in 60-46 win over Viewpoint

A year ago as a sophomore, quarterback Tyger Goslin didn't get to play for Chatsworth until October after sitting out the first month of the season following his transfer from Westlake. The Chancellors and Goslin had little time to adjust.

Now that he's had a year of preparation, Goslin and the Chancellors are feeling much more comfortable on offense.

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Baseball: USA 18U team advances to gold medal game

The USA 18U team has earned a spot in the gold medal game in the WBSC 18U World Cup in Japan after a 6-5 victory over Cuba.

Reggie Lawson from Victor Valley High threw four shutout innings of relief, striking out four. Kevin Gowdy from Santa Barbara had two scoreless innings of relief. Blake Rutherford from Chaminade drove in two runs.

USA will play Japan on Sunday for a gold medal.

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Football: Thursday's scores

Thursday, September 3rd

CITY

NONLEAGUE

Arleta 27, South Gate 21

Belmont 29, Franklin 13

Canoga Park 14, Granada Hills 7

Cleveland 44, Granada Hills Kennedy 28

Crenshaw 59, South East 14

Fairfax 34, Carson 31

Fremont 43, Roybal 7

Garfield 27, Wilmington Banning 14

Grant 32, Bell 29

Hawkins 18, Eagle Rock 14

Hollywood 41, View Park 22

Huntington Park 41, Lincoln 0

Legacy 52, Rivera 6

Los Angeles 14, El Camino Real 6

Los Angeles Hamilton 34, Los Angeles Marshall 7

Los Angeles Wilson 21, Santee 20

Manual Arts 24, Panorama 15

Marquez 33, Angelou 32

North Hollywood 28, Contreras 17

Rancho Dominguez 39, Locke 14

San Pedro 45, Los Angeles Roosevelt 21

Sun Valley Poly 17, Bernstein 7

Sylmar 21, Palisades 16

Taft 31, San Fernando 13

Van Nuys 19, Chavez 13

SOUTHERN SECTION

NONLEAGUE

Beckman 29, Santa Ana Valley 14

Chaffey 34, Patriot 10

Esperanza 39, Irvine 15

Godinez 29, Los Amigos 7

Katella 43, Western 14

La Serna 21, Lakewood 19

Los Alamitos 49, Paramount 12

Newport Harbor 44, Eisenhower 0

Ontario 42, Bloomington 0

Ramona 37, Hemet 24

Rancho Alamitos 20, Savanna 12

Saddleback Valley Christian 40, Crean Lutheran 21

Santa Ana 43, Century 0

Schurr 42, El Monte 18

Troy 33, El Dorado 16

INTERSECTIONAL

Bishop Montgomery 21, Westchester 8

Chatsworth 60, Viewpoint 46

Crescenta Valley 37, Verdugo Hills 17

Hoover 42, Sotomayor 18

Long Beach Poly 20, Narbonne 17

Los Altos 57, West Adams 16

Morningside 49, Los Angeles University 26

New Designs Watts 52, Firebaugh 12

Oxnard Pacifica 42, Reseda 0

Upland 63, Venice 7

8 MAN

SOUTHERN SECTION

NONLEAGUE

Milken 46, Riverside County Education Academy 36

INTERSECTIONAL

Mojave 70, Sherman Oaks CES 6

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Football: QB Malik Henry won't be playing for Long Beach Poly tonight

Quarterback Malik Henry of Long Beach Poly has not been cleared by the Southern Section to play in tonight's nonleague game against Narbonne, Southern Section spokesman Thom Simmons said Thursday afternoon shortly before the office closed for the day.

Simmons said the section is still waiting for paperwork to determine Henry's eligibility.

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Football: Bring your checkbook for Loyola-Highland game

There's probably no more expensive ticket for a high school football game in Southern California than Friday's nonleague game between Palmdale Highland and host Loyola

Loyola is charging $15 for adults to attend the game, because the school has high expenses this season in its decision to play four home games on its campus.

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