HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

In other nonleague games:

Oceanside 39, Mt. Carmel 10--Oceanside fullback Marcus Andrews scored two touchdowns, and Carl Mathis and Brian McGehee added one each. On the second play of the game, Oceanside's Roderick Thomas returned a fumbled 40 yards for a touchdown.

Patrick Henry 21, Granite Hills 17--Senior halfback Nate Nelson rushed for 236 yards on 13 carries, scored twice and had one interception for Henry (1-0). Fullback Zedric Martin rushed 19 times for 116 yards and scored once.

Mission Bay 21, El Cajon Valley 20--Mission Bay's Sonny Miller ran for 74 yards on 15 carries, caught five passes for 104 yards and two touchdowns and, on defense, made two interceptions. Mission Bay quarterback Andy Guyader completed 17 of 28 passes for 220 yards, including 174 yards in the first half. For El Cajon, Joe Hubarth rushed 16 times for 112 yards and three touchdowns. Teammate Mike Stadler completed 12 of 31 passes for 174 yards.

Christian 50, Mar Vista 22--Justin Demaree returned the opening kickoff 72 yards for a touchdown, and visiting Christian coasted from there.

Fallbrook 32, Temecula Valley 13--Fallbrook's Tony Burton ran 16 times for 214 yards. Teammate John Dutton completed 11 of 21 passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns. Travis Case had four receptions, including two touchdowns.

San Dieguito 9, CETYS 7--Brian Goodbody kicked a 37-yard field goal with three minutes left to lift San Dieguito. The Mustangs limited CETYS to 23 yards in the second half. The defense caused three fumbles and had five sacks. Scott Rich had two of the sacks, including one in the third quarter when CETYS gambled on on a fourth-and-one at its own 25. That set up Greg Regan's two-yard score.

Grossmont 16, Hilltop 6--Jason Eskridge rushed for 219 yards in 28 carries, including an eight-yard touchdown. Jon Heinrichs caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Tom Karlo, intercepted and kicked a 25-yard field goal.

Valhalla 28, Las Vegas 0--Valhalla, making its first out-of-county appearance, made the most of it. Keith Price rushed for 222 yards on 25 carries. He scored touchdowns on runs of 30, three and five yards.

St. Augustine 20, Ramona 15--New Ramona Coach Steve Pinning's debut didn't go as he had planned. The host Bulldogs led at the half, 15-12, but failed to score in the second. Pinning blamed turnovers and penalties for Ramona's sputtering third and fourth quarters.

Vista 35, Carlsbad 7--Chato Jackson rushed for 171 yards in 17 carries and scored four touchdowns to lead the Panthers, who led 28-0 at the half and have now won seven of their last eight. Jackson's scores went for 22, five, three and 60 yards. Vista quarterback Eric Jencks was nine for 17 for 174 yards and one touchdown. David Kozlowski scored the lone touchdown for Carlsbad, hauling in a 35-yard pass from Brian Byrne.

Orange Glen 28, San Marcos 14--Orange Glen Omar Navarro, who led the Patriots to the section 3-A title game in 1990, passed for 226 yards on 20 of 26 passing. Four of those passes went for touchdowns. Kris Plash caught touchdown passes of 9 and 17 yards. San Marcos' bruising fullback Mark Frazier, who rushed for 1,591 yards during the regular season last year, was held to 68 yards on 15 carries. The Knight's Denny McAdams had 101 yards on four receptions, including touchdowns of 34 and 33 yards. San Marcos quarterback Chaise Bivin threw for 163 yards, completing nine of 18 passes.

Rancho Bernardo 37, Santa Margarita 23--The second-year Broncos lost 27-0 last year in their debut, but rolled up 300 yards rushing and upended the defending section champions from Orange County. The victory ended a seven-game losing streak. Pete Keleher scored two touchdowns rushing and quarterback Josh Stang had a scoring pass and added a one-yard scoring run.

Hoover 42, Marian 0--Jaime Blake and scored on runs of 43, 78 and 46 yards. Blake also returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown. Besnea Tan added two second-half scoring runs.

Escondido 21, Montgomery 7--Escondido quarterback Garland Copeland completed nine passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns. Josh Gestring hauled in one of the touchdowns and Mike Frank had the other. Jason Rainey recovered a Montgomery fumble in the end zone for Escondido's last score. Montgomery's touchdown came on a one-yard run by Mario Lizarraga.

Coronado 34, Mt. Empire 7--Sean Sadler ran for 146 yards and a touchdown in nine carries and caught three passes for 40 yards and two touchdowns for Coronado. Quarterback Chris Bright ran eight times for 104 yards and a touchdown and was four of six for 62 yards and two touchdowns.

San Pasqual 14, Poway 7--The Golden Eagles dominated time of possession by controlling the ball on the ground. The Eagles' Jamon Buggs ran for 102 yards and a touchdown in 21 carries, Daryl Hawkins had 100 yards in seven carries and Mike Walters ran for 85 yards in nine carries. Poway quarterback Mike Nelson was 14 of 24 for 204 yards and an interception.

La Jolla 21, Santana 10--E.J. Watson ran for 188 yards in 22 carries to lead La Jolla, which led 7-3 at halftime. Quarterback Andy Anello's 15-yard touchdown pass to Trenell Bento gave the Vikings a 14-3 lead and John Zuanich finished La Jolla's scoring on a 21-yard run. Alex Brown scored La Jolla's first touchdown on a three-yard plunge.

Serra 21, Madison 6--Ryan Hanslip rushed for touchdowns of 13 and four yards and Willie Tolliver scored from 26 to lead Serra. Madison's touchdown came on Ryan McClintock's 60-yard interception return of Ram Barrera's pass.

University City 10, Crawford 3--Crawford's Michael Bell caught four passes for 87 yards.

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