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FRIDAY IN A NUTSHELL : HOW THE TOP 10 FARED

1. Mission Viejo (4-0)

defeated Santa Ana (3-1), 30-0.

2. El Toro (4-0)

defeated Tustin (3-1), 44-25.

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3. Santa Ana (3-1)

lost to Mission Viejo (4-0), 30-0.

4. Capistrano Valley (4-0)

defeated Westminster (0-4), 31-12.

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5. Sunny Hills (3-0)

meets Canyon (1-2) tonight.

6. Los Alamitos (3-1)

defeated Compton (1-3), 42-8, Thursday.

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7. Huntington Beach (4-0)

defeated LB Wilson (1-3), 33-0.

8. Estancia (4-0)

defeated Laguna Beach (0-4), 30-0.

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9. Tustin (3-1)

lost to El Toro (4-0), 44-25.

10. Villa Park (3-1)

lost to Orange (3-0-1), 15-0.

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TOP PERFORMERS

Loara senior tailback Coy Collins rushed for 194 yards in 17 carries, and scored four touchdowns to lead the Saxons to a 38-0 victory over Magnolia.

Josh Wojtkiewicz paced Estancia’s 40-0 victory over Laguna Beach by running for 125 yards and two touchdowns in 20 carries.

Tailback Brian Lucas’ 188 yards rushing and three touchdowns in 25 carries sparked Corona del Mar to a 41-13 victory over Laguna Hills.

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Pacifica High School quarterback Bobby Anderson completed 12 of 17 passes for four touchdowns and 289 yards in the Mariners’ 35-28 victory over La Quinta. Wide receiver Mark Flatten had six catches for 186 yards and scored three touchdowns for the Aztecs.

Steve Stenstrom completed 13 of 20 passes for 276 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth to lead El Toro to a 44-25 victory over Tustin. Wide receiver Rob Johnson caught seven passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns.

Tim Manning passed for 366 yards, completing 20 of 28 passes, threw for one touchdown and ran for two others in Trabuco Hills’ 37-13 victory over Simi Valley.

QUOTE UNQUOTE

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‘Isn’t that the name of the game? We play to win. It’s obvious to me. We didn’t come down here to tie.’ --LARRY TONER, Servite coach, after going for a touchdown from Crespi’s 12-yard line on the final play of the game, passing up an attempt at a game-tying field goal in a 13-10 loss.

‘I think that any coach would have done the same thing in that situation.’

--TIM LINS, Crespi coach

‘We upset them, and nobody had to dye their hair.’

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--TOM MEISS, Orange football coach, after his team beat Villa Park, 15-0. Villa Park upset the county’s top-ranked team, Los Alamitos, last week after a local newspaper columnist wrote that he would dye his hair the school colors of any team that beat Los Alamitos.

LAST-MINUTE HEROICS Randy Martin scored on an eight-yard run with 1:43 to play, capping a six-minute, 71-yard Irvine drive to give the Vaqueros a 19-13 victory over Woodbridge.

Western survived a pair of field goal attempts by Ocean View in the final two minutes to hold off the Seahawks, 9-7.

STREAKS

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Chad Carter completed seven of 17 passes for 115 yards and a touchdown to help Garden Grove to a 12-6 victory over Santiago, the Argonauts’ first Garden Grove League victory in three years.

UPSETS

One week after upsetting Los Alamitos, then the county’s top-ranked team, Villa Park committed six turnovers and fell to Orange, 15-0.

ODDS & ENDS

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Orange quarterback Chris Thompson had the rare distinction of completing a pass to himself. Thompson’s pass in the second quarter was batted into the air by Villa Park defensive tackle Brian Pearsall and Thompson caught the deflected pass for a five-yard loss.


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