San Pasqual 56, Mt. Carmel 27--The Golden Eagles built a 35-0 halftime lead and coasted to their second consecutive victory behind quarterback Billy Geddes, who had 130 yards rushing on seven carries and scored the game’s first 16 points at Mt. Carmel. He also passed for a touchdown. San Pasqual ground out 517 yards rushing, with Mike Walters getting 126 yards and two TDs on 13 carries, Jamon Buggs had 83 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and DeSale Wallace had 64 yards on 10 rushes. The bright spot for the Sundevils, who fell to 0-2, was the second-half performance of sophomore running back Marlin Carey, who had a 69-yard touchdown run and a 98-yard kickoff return.

San Marcos 27, Fallbrook 20--In a battle of running backs, Mark Frazier outdueled Tony Burton, scoring from 12 yards with 32 seconds left to lift San Marcos (1-1) to the upset.

No. 10 Fallbrook (1-1) tied the game at 20 in the fourth quarter on Burton’s third touchdown of the game, a 79-yard kickoff return, but the point-after attempt was blocked by Jeff Clark. San Marcos then went 80 yards on 12 plays for the victory.

Frazier scored four times, rushing 29 times for 151 yards. Burton scored on runs of three and 58 yards. He carried 14 times for 136 yards.


Orange Glen 27, Escondido 14--Orange Glen (2-0) defeated Escondido (1-1) in front of a full house at Orange Glen, 27-14. The Patriots were led by quarterback Omar Navarro, who passed for more than 250 yards, on 16-of-31 passing. Orange Glen’s Joaquin Randall had two rushing touchdowns and Navarro completed a 61-yard pass in the second quarter to give the Patriots a 19-0 halftime advantage.

Escondido’s offense scored its only touchdown on a one-yard run from Lance Lawton. Navarro threw his second touchdown in the third quarter, a five-yard pass to Adam Pincock, to give Orange Glen a 27-6 advantage after three quarters. Escondido’s Brian Elliott intercepted a Navarro pass in the fourth quarter and returned it 63 yards to make the score 27-14.

Kearny 20, Bonita Vista 7--The Komets improved to 2-0 behind James Curtis’ two touchdowns, while Bonita was victimized by five tournovers and penalty that wiped out a punt return for a touchdown. Curtis scored on a 21-yard run and a 99-yard kick return to open the second half. Bonita’s score came on a 51-yard run by Jose Rios.

Crawford 14, Patrick Henry 14--Cedric Martin’s conversion run saved Henry (1-0-1) from the loss and Crawford from the victory. Nate Nelson scored on a 45-yard run to pull Henry to 14-12 before Martin went for the run. Terrence Luckett and Doug Curtis scored on runs of one and five yards for Crawford (0-1-1); Martin ran for a 16-yard touchdown in the second quarter for Henry.


Hilltop 20, Ramona 14--Jorge Munoz was 15 for 26 for 206 yards, threw two interceptions and three touchdowns for Hilltop (1-1). The Lancers rushed 13 times for 74 yards. For Ramona (0-2), Mike Davis carried 22 times for 138 yards and had one touchdown.

Rancho Bernardo 37, Terry Fox 0--In Port Coquitlam, B.C., RB (2-0) easily handled the home team, building a 16-0 halftime lead and scoring 14 more points in the third quarter. The Broncos ran up 314 yards in the rain, led by Pete Keleher, who rushed for 115 yards and three touchdowns.

Coronado 26, Madison 21--Coronado (2-0), led by Sean Sadler’s four rushing touchdowns, defeated Madison (1-1) at Madison. Sadler, who ran for 156 yards on 21 carries, scored the game’s biggest touchdown when he ran 53 yards in the third quarter with his team trailing, 21-20.

Madison, down 20-0 in the second quarter, began its comeback with a 55-yard touchdown pass from Sean Savreau to Robert Wright. Savreau and Wright added one-yard scoring runs to take a 21-20 lead.


El Camino 42, Poway 0--El Camino (2-0) shut out visiting Poway (0-2) in front of 3,000 as Mike Gee rushed 11 times for 145 yards and four touchdowns. Gee’s longest score was from 67 yards.

Noel Prefontaine, who was six of eight passing for 56 yards and an eight-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Morrison. Elias Noa scored El Camino’s sixth touchdown when he ran in from five yards.

Clairemont 15, Hoover 12--The home team Chieftains (1-1) won for the first time in 16 games as linebacker Mickey Williams recovered two fumbles and quarterback John Price cashed them in, throwing scoring passes of three yards to Rodney Chelius in the first half and 20 yards to Alfredo Tinoco in the second. Price also threw a two-point conversion pass to Tinoco. The Chieftains then held Hoover (1-1) at the 20 in the fourth quarter to preserve the victory, only their second since 1989. Running back Torrin Childress gained 115 yards for Clairemont.

Mira Mesa 25, San Dieguito 0--David Lynch rushed 21 times for 162 yards and two touchdowns, of 10 and 16 yards, to lead Mira Mesa (1-1). Chad Davis completed 14 of 32 passes for 177 yards and a two-yard scoring pass to Daryl Owen, and Mike Pittman added a one-yard TD run. San Dieguito is 1-1.


Serra 13, Southwest 10--Ram Barrera threw an 11-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds left in to lift Serra (2-0), which scored all its points in the fourth quarter. Southwest (0-2) got a 65-yard scoring run from Riley Washington in the third quarter to take a 10-0 lead. Tomas Vallez had a 34-yard field goal.

Helix 7, El Capitan 7--With 17 seconds left, Eric Rockhold was short on a 38-yard field goal attempt that would have given El Capitan its first victory. Jeremy Gottlieb also missed a fourth-quarter field goal attempt for Helix. El Capitan (0-1-1) scored in the second quarter on a 14-yard pass from Bob Vickery to Rockhold. Greg Wilber threw a six-yard scoring pass to Adam Bright in the third quarter to tie it for Helix (1-0-1).

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Julian 40, Borrego Springs 13--Anthony Howard rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns and passed 58 yards to Huggy Price to lead Julian (1-1). Julian’s offense averaged 6.9 yards per play and held Borrego Springs (1-1) to 2.4. Neil Strong had 16 tackles for Julian, which also got scoring runs from Louis