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Who’s HotLeuzinger’s defense recovered two fumbles and...

Who’s Hot

Leuzinger’s defense recovered two fumbles and intercepted two passes in a 28-7 win over Beverly Hills, giving the Olympians 22 forced turnovers in six games. End Tim Camilo recovered his third fumble of the season and cornerback Quang Banks had his third interception.

Rolling Hills quarterback Rick Judge did it all in a 35-9 Bay League win over Inglewood. The senior rushed seven times for 95 yards and 1 touchdown, completed 6 of 7 passes for 86 yards and 3 TDs and kicked 5 PATs.

Palos Verdes running back Donald Curry rushed for a career-high 186 yards on 15 carries, including touchdowns of 7 and 84 yards, to help the Sea Kings beat Torrance, 29-13.

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Running back Grant Simmons helped Serra’s offense erupt in a 50-12 Camino Real League win over St. Anthony by rushing for 125 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Who’s Not

Since winning its season opener over Jefferson, Gardena’s football team has been outscored 149-45 while dropping five consecutive games. It doesn’t figure to get any easier Friday night when the Mohicans play unbeaten Dorsey.

How’s this for an anemic offense: San Pedro managed only 4 yards rushing and 7 yards passing in a 14-0 loss to Banning, according to Banning statistician Harold Holstein.

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Harbor College set up all three of Compton’s touchdowns with turnovers in a 20-9 Western State Conference loss. It was the third straight setback for the Seahawks, who had five turnovers and 126 yards in penalties.

Loyola Marymount’s soccer team has lost five straight games by a combined score of 28-2. The Lions (29-3) fell to San Francisco, 5-0, Monday to drop to 0-4 in the West Coast Athletic Conference.


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