Friday, Nov. 14
Crenshaw 30, Jefferson 6
Aaron Huntley rushed for 95 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, in 15 carries to lead visiting Crenshaw (8-2, 4-1 in league) to victory in a game that decided second place in the Coliseum League. Cougar quarterback Anthony Moore completed only two of eight passes for 16 yards, but he carried the ball five times for 29 yards, including a six-yard touchdown. Darby Adway gained 25 yards, including a one-yard touchdown run, in 10 carries for Crenshaw. On defense, linebacker Reggie Carter had six solo tackles, two assisted tackles and caused two fumbles. Huntley added five solo tackles and Brandon Sampay had four solo tackles, caused a fumble and recovered a fumble. Crenshaw led at halftime, 16-6, and scored 14 points in the fourth quarter. Jefferson finishes the regular season at 4-6, 3-2, good for third place in league.
Dorsey 46, Locke 0
Stephon Johnson ran for three touchdowns and Jeremiah Johnson ran for two for the Dons (10-0, 5-0), ranked No. 12 by The Times. The Don defense held Locke (2-8, 1-4) to 70 net yards. Dorsey is expected to be among the top two seeds when City playoff pairings are determined Saturday.
Bell 24, Garfield 0
Brian Delgadillo of Bell (6-3-1, 4-1) gained 108 yards in eight carries and teammate Oscar Gonzalez completed 13 of 18 passes for 142 yards at Garfield (1-4 in league).
L.A. Jordan 3, Roosevelt 0
Sergio Ochoa kicked a 35 yard field goal in the first quarter that proved to be the game winner for visiting Jordan (7-3, 4-1). Roosevelt is 6-4, 3-2.
South Gate 21, Huntington Park 6
Daniel Saucedo had eight carries for 107 yards including a 55-yard touchdown for Huntington Park.
Banning 32, Washington 6
Tristan Taylor had 19 tackles for visiting Washington (2-8, 0-5). Banning is 4-6, 1-4.
Carson 27, Narbonne 3
Carson had earned a share of the Marine League title last week but there was plenty to play for in Friday night's season finale against Harbor City Narbonne. An outright league championship and a high seed in the City Section Championship division playoffs was on the line.
Robert Miller quickly took the steam out of a capacity crowd at Narbonne with an 80-yard touchdown run on the Colts' first play from scrimmage and Dwayne Sanders scored three different ways in a dominating 27-3 victory.