PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Century 7, La Mirada 0--Quarterback Karlo Balderrama scored on an eight-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to give Century (2-1) the nonleague victory.
Rudy Alvarez added the extra point and also caught three passes for 55 yards.
La Mirada is 2-1.
La Quinta 30, Western 14--La Quinta’s defense allowed no rushing yards to overcome two touchdown passes by Western reserve quarterback Errick Bryant at Handel Stadium.
Bryant connected with running back Jason Stromsodt on a 39-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter to give Western (0-3) a 7-0 lead. In the fourth quarter, Bryan threw a 47-yard touchdown pass. Bryan replaced starting quarterback Brandon Brennan in the first quarter after Brennan suffered a pulled muscle.
La Quinta (1-2) scored 17 points in the second quarter to take the lead for good.
La Serna 16, Magnolia 6--La Serna (2-0-1) dominated time of possession with a strong ground game to earn the victory over Magnolia (1-2) at Glover Stadium.
The Lancers had the ball for 34 minutes of the 48-minute game, and ground out 129 rushing yards. La Serna’s defense limited Magnolia to 41 yards rushing, and Magnolia quarterback Darrell Turner didn’t complete a pass until late in the fourth quarter.
Southern California Christian 28, Orange Lutheran 0--Mike Jacot rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns to lead Southern California Christian to a 28-0 victory at Valley Christian High School in Cerritos.
Jacot scored on a 47-yard run in the third quarter and caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from Nathan Lambie in the fourth quarter. Lambie was eight for 13 for 113 yards.
Jacot’s touchdown reception capped a 90-yard drive that was set up by Scott Williams interception of a Lenny Gavin pass.
Dennis Amundson scored on an 18-yard run in the second quarter for Southern California Christian’s first touchdown. Robert Wakimoto also scored for the Flames on a three-yard run in the third quarter. Orange Lutheran is 1-2.
Brethren Christian 35, Maranatha 0--Louie Lemonnier returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown to set the tone for host Brethren Christian (3-0).
On Maranatha’s first possession, Brethren Christian’s Andy Brown intercepted a pass and returned it 36 yards to give the Warriors a 14-0 lead.
Brethren Christian (3-0) quarterback Dan Cerio threw for two touchdowns, including a 48-yard pass to Matt Marksbury and an 81- yard pass to Tim Osborn.
Brethren Christian’s defense has allowed only 11 points in its first three games.