Chaparral 24, Temecula Valley 21
Stephon Mitchell made a goal-line interception with six seconds remaning to preserve the victory for visiting Chaparral (5-2, 1-1). Matt Ticich completed 16 of 23 for 216 yards and two touchdowns for Chaparral. Antonio Williams rushed for 165 yards on 29 carries and Dorrell Peters ran for 84 yards on 11 carries and two scores for Temecula Valley (4-3, 0-1), which held Chaparral to 14 rushing yards.
Temescal Canyon 49, Murrieta Valley 19
Mayfair 21, La Mirada 6
Hemet 22, Hemet West Valley 9
Ryan Griffith caught seven passes for 101 yards and three touchdown passes, kicked two extra points and scored on a two-point conversion to lead Hemet (5-2, 1-1). Griffith also had an interception, broke up a pass that could have resulted in a West Valley touchdown and had six tackles. Hemet held host West Valley (3-4, 1-1) to just 155 yards on offense.
Paloma Valley 27, Perris 6
Fountain Valley 21, Los Alamitos 16
Fountain Valley had lost by one point to Mission Viejo, The Times' second-ranked team in the Southland, and by one touchdown to No. 14 Santa Margarita, but on Friday, the Barons finally landed the big one.
Taking advantage of seven turnovers, and scoring three touchdowns in the second half, No. 17 Fountain Valley beat top-ranked Los Alamitos at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach.
It snapped a 19-game winning streak for the Griffins (6-1, 1-1 in league play), who were ranked No. 2 in the state.
"We didn't deserve to win," said Coach John Barnes, whose team won the Southern Section Division I title last year. "They made plays, we didn't make plays.
"Life goes on."
Life will be a little happier today for the Barons (5-2, 2-0), who scored 14 points in the third quarter and another seven in the fourth, then held on in the final 4 minutes 31 seconds as heavy fog enveloped the field.
It came right after Joshua Jones scored from one yard to make it 21-14.