Fullerton quarterback Xavier Hicks threw two touchdown passes in the final 1 minute 36 seconds to lift the Indians over visiting St. John Bosco.

Hicks hit wide receiver Barry Robinson with a 56-yard touchdown pass to pull Fullerton (3-0) within three points. Robinson then recovered an on-side kick and Hicks followed with an 18-yard pass to running back David Allen, a 13-yard scramble and a 17-yard touchdown pass to his younger brother, Michael, with 48 seconds remaining.

Hicks finished with 240 yards passing and 98 yards rushing in eight carries to lead the Indians, ranked No. 1 in Southern Section Division IX.

Hicks, who caused two fumbles by St. John Bosco running back Daniel Jenkins and made a touchdown-saving tackle at the end of a 48-yard fourth-quarter run by Jenkins, leaving the Braves to settle for their final three points, batted down the final two passes to preserve the victory.

Jenkins finished with 207 yards rushing in 17 carries for the Braves (2-1), ranked No. 9 in Division I.

--Dan Arritt

Gabrielino 20, La Canada 6
Quarterback Paul Zuniga completed 18 of 21 for 225 yards with a 35-yard touchdown pass to Craig Winchell while the defense intercepted three passes in Gabrielino's victory at La Canada. Gabrielino (3-0), in its 10th season of varsity football, will play crosstown neighbor San Gabriel for the first time in school history next week. La Canada fell to 1-2.

Garden Grove 50, Buena Park 14
Keith Hurley threw for three touchdowns for Garden Grove (3-0) and the Argonauts took a 35-0 halftime lead in the nonleague victory over visiting Buena Park.

Hart 32, Westlake 14
Hart Quarterback Tyler Lyon was 16-of-30 passing with 253 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Harvard-Westlake 22, St. Bernard 0
Charles Lansbury completed 10 of 17 passes for 155 yards and two touchdown passes to lead host Harvard-Westlake (1-2) on offense and the Wolverines' defense posted its first shutout since October of 2002.

Jon Shapiro made four catches for 96 yards, including one touchdown reception of 22 yards for the Wolverines, and teammate Terry O'Neal had three catches for 31 yards, including a touchdown reception of 16 yards.

Harvard-Westlake running back Charlie Clark had 52 yards rushing in 14 carries, and junior defensive tackle Jon Saperstein had seven tackles and two sacks to lead the Wolverines' defense.

Mater Dei 41, Foothill 7
Quarterback Kyle Woody completed eight of 15 passes for 228 yards and three touchdowns while wide receiver Robert Dubrish had three receptions for 147 yards two scores as No. 7 Mater Dei (2-1) rolled to an easy win at Santa Ana Stadium. James Brunt added 80 yards on the ground and two touchdowns for the Monarchs, who outgained Foothill 431 to 165. Mater Dei's defense forced Foothill quarterback Daniel Kirkpatrick into 7-for-18 passing for only 67 yards.

Zack Leffel scored on a one-yard run with 10:45 left and Nicholas Roberts converted the extra point for the only points for Foothill (1-2).

Rio Mesa 36, Agoura 16