Nick Acuna had 25 carries for 257 yards and four touchdowns to lead Bosco Tech (1-3) past South El Monte (1-3).
Brentwood 42, Lucerne Valley 3
Tailback Ryan Mallory had 206 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries to lead a host Brentwood (4-0) rushing attack that totaled 323 yards. Lucerne Valley is 2-3.
Capistrano Valley Christian 16, Chadwick 16
Brody Flemming returned an interception 65 yards for a touchdown with five minutes remaining that tied the game for visiting Capistrano Valley Christian (2-2-1). Senior quarterback Danny St. Lawrence had 30 carries for 181 yards and was seven for 16 for 49 yards and two touchdowns to lead Chadwick (2-1-1). Senior linebacker Andrew Vickers had 12 tackles and a fumble recovery to lead the Dolphin defense.
Harvard-Westlake 51, Bishop Montgomery 14
Harvard-Westlake (4-0) limited Bishop Montgomery (0-4) to two first downs through three quarters of play and had five different players scored touchdowns.
Leuzinger 40, Arroyo 19
Junior Jaycen Taylor ran for three touchdowns, a two-point conversion and 169 yards in seven carries and Folau Tuione had 13 carries for 121 yards, a two-point conversion and two touchdowns to lead Leuzinger (2-2) over visiting Arroyo. Tory Morgan added 120 yards and a two-point score in 17 carries to help Leuzinger amass 449 yards on offense, all on the ground.
Los Altos 44, Ayala 13
Brian Waggener was 15 of 29 for 123 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions for Ayala (1-4). KC. Asiodu and Nhamdi Gwachan each caught a touchdown for Ayala.
Loyola 16, Antelope Valley 7
Trason Bragg rushed for 172 yards and one touchdown in 29 carries for Loyola and the Cubs escaped with a victory over the previously unbeaten Antelopes at Antelope Valley High.
Bragg, a junior, scored on a six-yard run on the Cubs' first possession of the second half for the first touchdown surrendered by Antelope Valley's defense this season. The score gave Loyola (3-1), ranked No. 14 in the Southland by The Times, a 10-0 lead and provided what turned out to be the decisive points.
The Cubs' victory prevented Antelope Valley Coach Brent Newcomb from notching the 200th victory of his 26-year career. The loss, which came on the heels of two consecutive shutout victories, dropped Newcomb's career record to 199-105-3. Antelope Valley sophomore Andre Crenshaw broke three tackles on a zig-zagging 49-yard reverse run to pull the Antelopes (3-1) within 10-7 with 5 minutes 55 seconds to play in the third quarter.
The Antelopes twice moved deep into Loyola territory in the last 10 minutes but were unable to capitalize.
Matt Appenfelder, who had three catches for 75 yards, gave the Cubs their final points with a four-yard scoring reception from Scott Deke to cap an 11-play, 74-yard drive with 11:55 to play. Deke finished 10-of-17 passing for 165 yards.
Aided by a 62-yard run by Kreig Peters (19 carries, 112 yards), Antelope Valley drove to the Loyola four-yard line but Aaron Wilson was stopped for no gain on a fourth-and-one play with 9:15 left.
The Antelopes recovered a fumble at the Cubs' 26-yard line on the ensuing series, but were unable to advance after three incomplete passes and a run for negative yardage.