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Who’s HotPalos Verdes quarterback David Walsh, who...

Who’s Hot

Palos Verdes quarterback David Walsh, who passed for 212 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-24 win over Santa Monica last Friday, has accounted for 11 of the Sea Kings’ 15 TDs. He’s passed for seven and rushed for four.

The El Segundo defense, led by linebacker Rob White, has allowed 20 points in five games (one point per quarter) and has three shutouts. The Eagles have not given up a point in two Santa Fe League games.

St. Bernard wide receiver Jason Lucky caught seven passes for 116 yards and one touchdown in a 14-6 loss to Notre Dame, improving his area-leading totals to 30 catches for 627 yards (21-yard average) and five TDs.

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Carson running back Errol Sapp set a school record by averaging 26.13 yards per carry in a 54-8 crusher over Washington. Sapp rushed for 209 yards on eight carries, including scoring runs of 5, 53 and 26 yards.

Who’s Not

Torrance suffered its third straight shutout and second consecutive 40-0 loss Friday night in a Bay League game against Hawthorne. Santa Monica beat the Tartars by the same score two weeks ago.

The once-successful Inglewood football program continued its decline. The Sentinels lost to Beverly Hills, 34-12, and have been outscored 102-27 this season. They are 5-19 over the last three years.

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Chadwick, the 1986 CIF Eight-Man Large Conference champion, doesn’t look like a contender this year. The Dolphins dropped their Prep League opener to Pasadena Poly, 48-3. They beat Poly in the ’86 title game, 27-26.

What started out as a promising season for Rolling Hills has taken a turn for the worse. The Titans, who won their first two games, have lost three straight following a 33-11 setback to Leuzinger.


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