Kevin Tapia had two one-yard touchdown runs and quarterback Alex Christ was 14 of 25 for 159 yards passing and scored on a 23-yard run to lead visiting South Pasadena (1-1) over Hoover (0-2). Hoover's Brandon Salumbides caught eight passes for 92 yards.
St. Anthony 12, Verbum Dei 0
Maurice Berry rushed for 189 yards on 27 carries and one touchdown and returned a fumble 25 yards for another score to lead host St. Anthony (1-1) over Verbum Dei (1-1).
St. Bernard 35, Torrance 34
Marcus Crockett helped host St. Bernard (1-1) come back from a 12-point deficit with a 259-yard, five-touchdown performance. He ran for scores of 88, 11, 62, 18, and five yards. Torrance (0-2) led, 34-22, in the third quarter, but Crockett had two final touchdowns to give the Vikings the win.
St. Bonaventure 41, Hart 34
The win did not give Ventura St. Bonaventure a Southern Section title, but the Seraphs' upset of Newhall Hart at Moorpark College might have been the program's biggest victory.
St. Bonaventure (2-0) won a fourth consecutive section title last season, but the Seraphs' lone loss was a 31-6 drubbing by Hart that snapped a school-record 43-game winning streak.
Quarterback Brian Stevens had struggled through a 10 for 26 and three-interception performance in the loss to Hart, but he completed 23 of 31 passes for 285 yards and two touchdowns Friday.
Stevens' second touchdown pass came on a short completion to running back Matt Lee, who raced untouched to the end zone to complete a 44-yard scoring play. The score gave St. Bonaventure, the No. 16-ranked team in the Southland by The Times, a 34-14 lead with 5:24 to play in the third quarter.
Lee, a junior, rushed for 211 yards and three touchdowns in 39 carries. He also had four receptions for 75 yards and a touchdown.
Hart (0-2) narrowed the deficit to 34-21 with 9:08 left to play when Sean Norton threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Cicone.
The Indians, who won four consecutive section titles between 1998-2001, closed to 34-27 with 3:55 to play when Evan Surratt caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Norton.
St. Bonaventure, which won the Division IV title last year, recovered the ensuing onside kick by Hart and extended its lead to 41-27 when Andrez Morales ran 18 yards for a touchdown.
Norton, who suffered a rib injury in a 20-17 season-opening loss to Los Alamitos, completed 20 of 39 passes for 389 yards and five touchdowns. But Hart, ranked third by The Times, was held to 32 yards rushing.
St. Paul 23, Redondo 9
Miguel Rios threw for 103 yards on five of seven passing and two touchdowns and Dwight Tardy rushed for 152 yards on 25 carries to lead visiting St. Paul (1-1) over Redondo (1-1).
Temple City 34, Alhambra 7