Bishop Montgomery quarterback Scott Altenberg is earning a reputation as a triple-threat player. The senior has passed for 492 yards and five touchdowns, rushed for 249 yards and six TDs and kicked a field goal and two PATs. He has accounted for 73 of the Knights’ 135 points.
Banning tailback Keith Mims continued his reign as the South Bay’s leading rusher after gaining 185 yards on 21 carries and scoring four TDs in a 41-18 win over Gardena. In four games, he has 541 yards and nine TDs on 80 carries.
Hawthorne senior Eddie Korn, a straight-A student, is near-perfect as a kicker. He has converted his three field-goal attempts, including a school-record 48-yarder, and is 9 of 10 on PATs.
Redondo fullback Dave Reasoner rushed for more than 100 yards for the third straight week, gaining 154 on 23 carries in a 20-19 win over South Torrance.
College football has Columbia, winless in its last 47 games, and the prep ranks have Narbonne. The Gauchos (0-3) suffered their 15th straight loss last week to Dorsey, 72-0, and have been outscored 141-6. The carnage continues Friday when Narbonne plays Banning.
Harbor College fell apart in more ways than one Saturday night in a 47-10 loss to Bakersfield. Aside from giving up 450 yards, the visiting Seahawks were penalized 210 yards and had four players ejected for fighting.
San Pedro lost to Carson, 48-16, but what else is new? The Pirates are now 1-16-1 lifetime against Carson and have been outscored 701-136 since the teams first met in 1963.
Mira Costa isn’t going to win any awards for defense. The Mustangs (0-4) have given up 150 points, an average of 37.5 per game.