Southern Section

Saturday, Nov. 1

ALPHA LEAGUE

L.A. Baptist 24, Brentwood 21

BASELINE LEAGUE

Claremont 26, Etiwanda 21
Jamaal Floyd had 25 carries for 253 yards and one score and caught a 29-yard touchdown reception to lead host Claremont (4-4, 3-0), which posted 443 yards rushing overall. Etiwanda falls to 4-4, 1-2 in league.

Rancho Cucamonga 34, Los Osos 28
Upland 21, Alta Loma 14

BIG SKY LEAGUE

Anza Hamilton 24, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 0

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Mary Star 41, La Salle 14
Keith Brown returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and caught a 57-yard touchdown pass from Daniel Ramirez for Mary Star (6-2, 1-0) at Monrovia High. La Salle is 1-7 and 0-1.

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Redlands 28, Rialto 0
Redlands East Valley 17, Eisenhower 10

DELPHIC LEAGUE

Campbell Hall 28, Maranatha 21 (3 OT)

DEL REY LEAGUE

Cathedral 55, Bishop Montgomery 0
Devin Martinez rushed 24 times for 305 yards and seven touchdowns against visiting Bishop Montgomery (0-8, 0-3).

IVY LEAGUE

Riverside North 49, Valley View 14

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Moorpark 49, Thousand Oaks 28

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Tesoro 41, Laguna Beach 12

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Channel Islands 27, Oxnard 0

PREP LEAGUE

Flintridge Prep 41, Rio Hondo Prep 0
Pasadena Poly 28, Chadwick 0

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Foothill 29, Aliso Niguel 14
Casey Daniels was 18 of 26 passing for 284 yards with two touchdowns and Mike Alba rushed for 94 yards, including a four-yard touchdown at Tustin. Brad Walker had five catches for 89 yards, including a 40-yard scoring reception and Yoko Hamamura added four catches for 88 yards, including a 50-yard scoring reception for the Knights.

SERRA LEAGUE

Loyola 29, St. John Bosco 24
Los Angeles Loyola quarterback Scott Deke was the hero on both sides of the ball Saturday night. Deke threw four touchdown passes and broke up a fourth down pass in the end zone with 10 seconds remaining to preserve the victory at Glendale High.

Deke, who completed 12 of 16 passes for 283 yards, threw his fourth touchdown pass with 2 minutes 28 seconds remaining in the game to give the Cubs their final lead of the game.

St. John Bosco (6-2, 1-2) marched down the field on its final possession, reaching the Loyola 5 on a first-down run by Terrance King. But a penalty on the Braves for an illegal receiver down field, followed by an incomplete pass and a five-yard loss by King on an option left them with fourth and goal from the 15 with 16 seconds remaining.

A trick pass from backup quarterback Jeff Edwards to starting quarterback Patrick Cowan was then batted away in the end zone by Deke, giving the Cubs their 16th win in their last 17 meetings against St. John Bosco.

Loyola (5-3, 2-1) also made several mistakes near the Braves goal line.

Loyola missed an opportunity to take a double-digit lead in the first half, when consecutive penalties wiped out a touchdown and moved the ball from first and goal at the Bosco 5 to the 30.

The Cubs then turned the ball over on downs and the Braves scored four plays later on a 27-yard touchdown pass from Edwards to De Andre Washington, giving the Braves a 14-10 lead.

The Cubs also fumbled at the Braves 10-yard line early in the second half.

Dan Arritt

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

Bellflower 31, Cerritos 24
La Mirada 38, Norwalk 22

NONLEAGUE

Gahr 14, Glenn 12
Grace Brethren 52, Vasquez 0

8 MAN

AGAPE LEAGUE

Victor Valley Christian 34, Bethel Christian 24

COAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Cuyama Valley 48, Laguna Blanca 14

FOUR CORNERS LEAGUE

Mesada 28, Bloomington Christian 18
Jordan Newton rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns in 18 carries for Bloomington Christian (2-5, 0-3) at Mesada (3-4, 1-2).

HERITAGE LEAGUE

Thacher 17, Santa Clarita Christian 14

HI-LO LEAGUE

Baker 52, Lee Vining 13

OMEGA LEAGUE

First Lutheran 56, Westmark 12
Skyward Christian 30, Trinity Lutheran 16
Ventura County Christian 20, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 20

NONLEAGUE

Viewpoint 71, Desert Chapel 32

Friday, Oct. 31

ACADEMY LEAGUE

Capistrano Valley Christian 40, Brethren Christian 16
George Vardakosis carried 12 times for 146 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 56 and eight yards and Karl Hodel had seven carries for 81 yards and had a 20-yard scoring run for visiting Capistrano Valley Christian (4-3-1, 1-0).

ALMONT LEAGUE

Schurr 27, Alhambra 0
Jesse Ramirez had 237 yards in 43 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead Schurr (4-4, 3-0) over Alhambra (3-5, 1-2).

Bell Gardens 42, Montebello 0
San Gabriel 32, Keppel 6

BAY LEAGUE

Beverly Hills 34, Inglewood 24
Quarterback Ollie Linter threw for 195 yards and two touchdowns of 41 and 40 yards to lead host Beverly Hills (5-2-1, 2-0). Brandon Rice caught five passes for 114 yards, including a 41-yard touchdown, and threw for a 57-yard touchdown to Otto Stallworth to give Beverly Hills a 26-21 lead in the third quarter. Trevor McFredries had 175 yards and two touchdowns in 21 carries and two catches for 61 yards and another score for Beverly Hills.

Peninsula 35, Leuzinger 16

BIG SKY LEAGUE

Linfield Christian 45, Twin Pines 0
James Waite rushed for 125 yards and two touchdowns in 16 carries for Linfield Christian (5-3, 3-0), which registered its first shutout of the season, outgained Twin Pines 475-127 yards and had five different players score a touchdown.

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

St. Monica 47, St. Anthony 6
Michael Dunn had 10 catches for 104 yards and three touchdowns for St. Monica (6-2, 1-0), giving him 20 this season and leaving him five touchdowns shy of the single season state record. Quarterback Mitch Smith completed 19 of 31 passes for 336 yards and six touchdowns. St. Anthony is 2-4-1, 0-1.

San Marcos 7, Buena 6St. Bonaventure 35, Santa Barbara 0Dos Pueblos 19, Ventura 14

CENTURY LEAGUE

Tustin 34, El Dorado 6
Villa Park 38, El Modena 31

CHANNEL LEAGUE

St. Bonaventure 35, Santa Barbara 0

CHRISTIAN LEAGUE

Arrowhead Christian 36, Aquinas 8

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Miller 59, Fontana 21

DE ANZA LEAGUE

San Jacinto 37, Riverside Notre Dame 0
Beaumont 46, Vista del Lago 0
Yucca Valley 13, Twentynine Palms 10

DEL REY LEAGUE

Crespi 17, Serra 15
Upset after missing a 44-yard field goal in the third quarter, Sean Sehnem received a pep talk from an assistant coach, then provided the decisive points Friday night, making a 17-yard field goal with five seconds left to give Encino Crespi a victory over Gardena Serra in a game that likely decided the Del Rey League title.

The victory puts Crespi (7-1, 3-0) in command of the league race and speaks plenty about the rebuilding job accomplished by third-year Coach Troy Thomas. Two years ago, the Celts went 0-10. Now they are two wins away from their first league title since 1991.

"It's been a long 2 ½ years, but it sure is nice right now and the program is definitely on the rise," Thomas said.

Crespi opened a 14-3 lead at halftime, keyed by a 64-yard touchdown run from quarterback Kevin Vollmer on the second play of the game. Serra (5-3, 2-1) started slowly after showing up late because of a 2 ½-hour bus drive in traffic, but the Cavaliers rallied in the fourth quarter.

Short touchdown runs by Emmanuel Robinson and Terry Wilson gave Serra a 15-14 lead with 4:43 left. Crespi had been limited to 11 totals yards in the second half until Vollmer guided the Celts from their own 33 down to the 1-yard line behind the running of Randle Harris.

On fourth down, Sehnem made his game-winning field goal.

"I was trying to calm down," Sehnem said.

Afterward, an excited Sehnem planned to celebrate by calling his brother, Tim, an F-16 pilot stationed in South Korea.

"I might call him right now," he said.

Vollmer finished with 116 yards rushing in 14 carries. Harris rushed for 81 yards. Ryan Kelly led Serra with 90 yards in 19 carries.
--Eric Sondheimer

St. Bernard 27, Bosco Tech 14
Marcus Crockett scored on touchdown runs of 64, 67 and 11 yards and finished with 200 yards in 15 carries to lead visiting St. Bernard (6-2, 3-1).

DEL RIO LEAGUE

Santa Fe 27, California 15
El Rancho 37, La Serna 20

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Cathedral City 46, Desert Hot Springs 0
Palm Desert 42, Coachella Valley 0
Palm Springs 35, La Quinta 21

EMPIRE LEAGUE

Valencia 47, Katella 14
Loara 17, Cypress 13
Orange Lutheran 63, La Palma Kennedy 17

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Canyon Country Canyon 39, Burbank 33

FREEWAY LEAGUE

Troy 36, Buena Park 0
La Habra 49, Sunny Hills 19
Fullerton 58, Sonora 0

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Pacifica 54, Santiago 7
Running back Jaymes Franco carried 14 times for 155 yards and scored three touchdowns on runs of one, 20 and 38 yards for host Pacifica (5-3, 4-1). Santiago is 1-7, 1-3.

Los Amigos 23, Rancho Alamitos 10

GOLDEN LEAGUE

Lancaster 26, Antelope Valley 21
Palmdale 10, Highland 6
Quartz Hill 27, Littlerock 15

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Westminster 27, Saddleback 13
Ocean View 34, Santa Ana 33

HIGH DESERT LEAGUE

Bishop 35, Mojave 14
Kern Valley 21, Desert 6
Rosamond 29, Frazier Mountain 0

IVY LEAGUE

Canyon Springs 24, Riverside Poly 7

LOS PADRES LEAGUE

Lompoc 25, Morro Bay 6
Santa Maria St. Joseph 34, Nipomo 0
Santa Maria 38, Santa Ynez 0

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Westlake 43, Royal 0
Agoura 42, Newbury Park 0

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Hacienda Heights Wilson 32, Bonita 3

MISSION LEAGUE

St. Paul 34, Chaminade 14
Matthew Parent had 221 yards in 25 carries and scored two touchdowns and Dwight Tardy added 121 yards in 20 carries and scored twice to lead host St. Paul (6-2, 3-0). Chaminade falls to 6-2, 2-1.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 21, St. Francis 15
Alemany 9, Harvard-Westlake 7

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Arroyo 41, Mountain View 6
Rosemead 49, El Monte 6

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Bassett 26, La Puente 3
Randy Tresvant rushed for 260 yards and three touchdowns for host Bassett (5-3, 4-0).

MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE

Corona Centennial 33, Corona 14
For two weeks all Centennial running back Terrell Jackson heard from crosstown rival Corona was how his team was overrated and that its string of three consecutive Mountain View League titles would end this year.

So after making mincemeat out of Corona's defense with a 227-yard, three-touchdown performance, Jackson didn't mince words.

"Everybody thought they were going to beat us," said Jackson, whose team was coming off a bye week. "Everybody kept saying we were overrated and they had a better record, but who did they play? We showed tonight who the toughest team is."

Jackson, who had 155 yards in the first half, scored on runs of four, 14 and two yards. He carried 34 times for the Huskies (5-2, 2-0), ranked No. 10 by The Times.

Corona (5-2, 1-1) trailed, 20-7, at halftime but drove to the Centennial nine-yard line on its opening possession of the second half. There, Centennial's Donovan Brown intercepted a Brian Hildebrand pass and returned it 24 yards to the Corona 30.

The Huskies then took six plays to score and had a 27-7 lead with 5:54 left in the third quarter.

"That interception was huge," Centennial Coach Matt Logan said. "That was a total game-breaker right there."

A 76-yard run by Kenny Moon set up a five-yard touchdown run by Hildebrand to pull Corona to within 27-14, but a two-yard plunge by quarterback Chris Keating gave Centennial a 33-14 lead with 10:36 left to play.
--Peter Yoon

Corona Santiago 57, Jurupa Valley 12
Norco 35, La Sierra 6

MT. BALDY LEAGUE

Chaffey 35, Colony 7
Ontario 28, Diamond Ranch 25
Don Lugo 42, Montclair 19

OCEAN LEAGUE

Hawthorne 21, Santa Monica 6
North Torrance 49, West Torrance 14

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

Paraclete 34, Montclair Prep 14
Jared Nelson had 238 yards and three touchdowns in 23 carries to lead Paraclete (4-4, 1-0) at Valley College. Montclair Prep is 0-1 in league.

Cerritos Valley Christian 27, Kilpatrick 20

ORANGE LEAGUE

Santa Ana Valley 26, Savanna 22

PAC-5 LEAGUE

San Luis Obispo 38, Atascadero 0
Righetti 22, Paso Robles 15

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Crescenta Valley 48, Hoover 12
Crescenta Valley quarterback Philip Salazar was seven of 12 for 229 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 11 times for 113 yards and three touchdowns. Nigel Orozco had four catches for 116 yards and one touchdown for Crescenta Valley .

Arcadia 41, Muir 26

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Camarillo 6, Oxnard Pacifica 3
Rio Mesa 7, Hueneme 0

PIONEER LEAGUE

Culver City 9, Morningside 6
The Centaurs clinched at least a tie for the Pioneer League title by stopping two Morningside drives inside the Culver City 30-yard line in the last five minutes of a turnover-plagued game at Culver City.

The teams combined for six turnovers in the second half, when a steady rain made handling the ball treacherous. Each team finished with five turnovers.

Culver City (8-1, 5-0 in league play), ranked No. 1 in Southern Section Division X, avenged a 17-16 loss to Morningside in last year's league finale that was the only blemish on an otherwise perfect regular season.

Morningside (7-1, 3-1), ranked No. 2 in Division X, drove to the Culver City 15 with just over five minutes to play. But a sack by Brandon Patterson and an interception by lineman Jonathan Moore ended the threat. The Monarchs got to the Centaur 27 in the final minute before a high snap sailed over quarterback Funaki Mateaki for a big loss.

Culver City drove 91 yards on the game's first possession and took a 7-0 lead on a four-yard scoring run by James Magee.

Morningside pulled within 7-6 midway through the second quarter when Maurice Payne intercepted a pass by Kris Cueva and returned it 67 yards for a touchdown. Nehemiah Mundy blocked the extra-point attempt.

A high snap sailed over Morningside punter Moses Manu, who was lined up deep in his end zone, for a safety late in the third quarter. The loss ended the Monarchs' winning streak at eight games.
--Rob Fernas

Palos Verdes 41, Compton Centennial 14
South Torrance 48, Torrance 12

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

San Marino 28, Blair 6
Temple City 37, South Pasadena 14

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE

Rowland 35, Nogales 7
South Hills 34, Walnut 10

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Dominguez 27, Warren 20
Sam Hopkins rushed 12 times for 175 yards and three touchdowns, including a decisive 76-yard scoring run with 7:27 left to spark host Dominguez.

Darryl Crummie broke a 6-6 tie with 1:05 left in the first half when he scored on a one-yard run to give the No. 18 Dons (8-0, 3-0) a 12-6 halftime lead.

Randy Park caught three passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns, including a 42-yard touchdown from Josh Williams with 3:15 left to play to pull the Bears (6-2, 1-1) to within 27-20.

Crummie rushed 15 times for 71 yards and quarterback Terry Mixon ran 11 times for 35 yards as Dominguez outgained Warren, 293-121, on the ground.

James Callier carried 15 times for 87 yards and one touchdown and Williams completed eight of 26 passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns for Warren.
--Mayar Zokaei

Lynwood 38, Paramount 0

SANTA FE LEAGUE

Salesian 20, Bell-Jeff 14
Salesian coach Lalo Mendoza recorded his 200th high school victory in an upset over previously undefeated Bell-Jeff (7-1, 2-1). Angelo Muhammad started Salesian's (4-4, 1-1) scoring with a 36-yard touchdown run and Onei Bernardez returned a fumble 90 yards in the second quarter to put Salesian ahead for good, 14-6. John Clayton also connected with Patrick Hernandez for a 40-yard third-quarter Mustang touchdown. Saheem Muhammad led Salesian's defense with 14 tackles and two forced fumbles.

Cantwell-Sacred Heart 52, Murphy 0

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Woodbridge 35, Laguna Hills 31
Host Woodbridge (2-6, 1-2) rallied from a 31-7 third-quarter deficit, scoring the winning touchdown on a 83-yard pass play with 1:30 left in the game. Laguna Hills falls to 5-3, 0-3.

Irvine 22, Newport Harbor 20

SERRA LEAGUE

Santa Margarita 20, Servite 17
Mike Fowle connected on a 36-yard field goal as time expired to give the Eagles a come-from-behind victory at Saddleback College.

Linebacker Jeff Jones set up the winning kick three plays earlier, when he intercepted a pass and returned it 21 yards to the Servite 19-yard line with 29 seconds left to play.

The Eagles (7-1, 2-1 in league play) let the clock run down to three seconds before calling a timeout. Fowle made his game-winning kick with more than 10 yards to spare.

Servite (6-2, 1-2), which had taken a 17-0 lead, was hurt at the start of the fourth quarter by the loss of sophomore running back Ken Ashley, who injured his ankle after gaining 122 yards in 18 carries.

The Friars, ranked No. 16 by The Times, were playing without quarterback Mike Lawrence, who is out for the season after breaking his thumb two weeks ago.

Michael Angelo ran for 137 yards and completed nine of 20 passes for 173 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Mark Restelli that put No. 15 Santa Margarita on the scoreboard with 8 minutes 14 seconds left in the second quarter.
--Paul McLeod

Mater Dei 7, Bishop Amat 0

SIERRA LEAGUE

Diamond Bar 45, Glendora 7
Senior Paul Jurado kicked a 56-yard field goal for host Diamond Bar (6-2, 2-1). Glendora is 2-6, 0-3.

Chino Hills 29, Damien 20
Chino 43, Ayala 13

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Mission Viejo 49, San Clemente 7
Hoping to end Mission Viejo's winning streak, San Clemente instead became the Diablos' 36th consecutive victim. And it wasn't even close.

Mission Viejo, ranked No. 1 in the Southland by The Times and No. 2 in the state by Cal-Hi Sports, scored a victory over No. 23 San Clemente in which it seized control of a fourth consecutive South Coast League title by beating its main rival.

"There wasn't a doubt in my mind we were going to win," said Cole Bergquist, San Clemente's quarterback who completed eight of 19 passes for 52 yards with one interception and spent most of the night hurried by rushing defenders. He was sacked three times. "I can't imagine this moment. To play like this is sad."

The victory gives Mission Viejo the third-longest winning streak in Southern Section history, moving past Los Angeles Loyola, which had its streak ended in 1964 at 35. Still ahead of the Diablos are Canyon Country Canyon, with 46 from 1983 to '86, and Temple City, which won 60 from 1969 to '73.

"We don't really care about the streak," said Marty Tadman, a senior receiver and defensive back who provides many of the intangibles that have allowed the Diablos such success. "We wanted this game for the championship and the No. 1 seed in the playoffs. That's what it meant to us."

Historically, San Clemente is the team to end such winning streaks. The Tritons, on their home field as they were on Friday, ended the 27-game winning streak of Santa Ana Mater Dei in 1995 and the 28-game winning streak of Santa Margarita in 1998.

Mission Viejo (8-0, 3-0 in the league) has won the last two Division II titles, and the Diablos appear primed for a third. San Clemente, after five consecutive victories, dropped to 5-2, 2-1.

Though Mission Viejo scored seven touchdowns, it was the defense that paved the way. It started in the opening minutes. Sure-handed Tadman fumbled the opening kickoff -- only Mission Viejo's fourth turnover of the season -- to give San Clemente possession at the Diablo 29-yard line. The Tritons ended up punting from the 48.

"When the defense came out and knocked them back 20 yards, that really set the tone for the whole game," said Tadman, who caught three passes for 121 yards and a 51-yard touchdown from Mark Sanchez that helped the Diablos build a 28-0 halftime lead.

After Mission Viejo's defense made its impressive first stand, the offense answered with an 80-yard, nine-play drive that ended with Chane Moline's 14-yard run. Moline, who carried 13 times for 100 yards, later added a five-yard score, and also caught a five-yard scoring pass from Sonny McCracken on a fake field goal.

Two San Clemente turnovers yielded 14 points for the Diablos.

Mission Viejo, which outgained San Clemente, 460-212 yards, rushed for 267 yards. Sanchez, who completed nine of 13 passes for 188 yards, had a 20-yard scoring pass to Chase Frazier.

"We needed to capitalize and make no mistakes," Bergquist said. "Our linemen are better than they played. The whole team. We came out a little timid."
--Martin Henderson

Capistrano Valley 14, Trabuco Hills 0
El Toro 23, Dana Hills 21

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE

Chaparral 45, Rancho Verde 24
Matt Ticich completed 12 of 18 passes for 237 yards and three touchdowns and running back Ronnie Steel added 133 yards in 22 carries and scored three touchdowns, including a 68-yard touchdown to lead Chaparral (6-2, 2-1). Keyon Cross and Nate Allen each went over 100 yards rushing for visiting Rancho Verde (4-4, 0-2).

Temescal Canyon 17, Temecula Valley 10

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Elsinore 31, Perris 7

SUNSET LEAGUE

Fountain Valley 28, Marina 16

SUNKIST LEAGUE

Ramona 40, Rubidoux 6
Kaiser 23, King 0
Bloomington 30, Norte Vista 7

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Oaks Christian 28, Bishop Diego 0
Aaron Ware had 142 yards rushing and two touchdowns to lead Oaks Christian (8-0, 4-0) at Santa Barbara City College.

Oak Park 49, Fillmore 0
Nordhoff 14, Santa Paula 13

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Baldwin Park 26, San Dimas 24
Pomona 14, Covina 0

NONLEAGUE

Charter Oak 35, West Covina 7
Running back Patrick Fuller carried the ball 16 times for 201 yards and four touchdowns to lead host Charter Oak (6-2, 1-1). West Covina is 2-5.

Malibu 21, Webb 7
Mira Costa 30, Redondo 6
Hemet 25, Murrieta Valley 19
Long Beach Wilson 43, Downey 17
Carpinteria 38, Duarte 0
Arroyo Grande 20, Lompoc Cabrillo 0

NONLEAGUE

Ribet Academy 26, Santa Clara 25
Sophomore quarterback Joe Angulo of Ribet Academy (5-3) completed 12 of 19 passes for 198 yards and two touchdowns against visiting Santa Clara (0-7). Junior Brett James of Ribet Academy increased his Southern Section-leading interception total to 12.

8-MAN

AGAPE LEAGUE

Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 34, Joshua Springs 28

EXPRESS LEAGUE

Liberty Christian 58, Eastside Christian 8

FOUR CORNERS LEAGUE

Avalon 12, Kings Christian 7
Masada 28, Bloomington Christian 18

NONLEAGUE

Villanova Prep 38, Torrance Lutheran 12

Thursday, Oct. 30

ACADEMY LEAGUE

St. Margaret's 53, Sage Hill 0

CENTURY LEAGUE

Brea Olinda 30, Canyon 13

DEL RIO LEAGUE

Pioneer 21, Whittier 14

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove 63, La Quinta 0

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Costa Mesa 41, Estancia 0

IVY LEAGUE

Arlington 33, Moreno Valley 13

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Simi Valley 48, Calabasas 19

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Gabrielino 22, South El Monte 7

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Gladstone 40, Azusa 12

MOORE LEAGUE

Lakewood 28, Compton 14
Cabrillo 42, Millikan 27
Long Beach Poly 49, Long Beach Jordan 27

ORANGE LEAGUE

Century 30, Anaheim 19
Western 55, Magnolia 13

PACIFIC LEAGUE

Glendale 21, Pasadena 13

RIO HONDO PREP

Monrovia 34, La Canada 8

SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE

Sherman Indian 42, Fairmont Prep 0
Justin Hedrick rushed for 258 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Sherman Indian (4-3, 1-2).

SUNBELT LEAGUE

West Valley 15, Palmona Valley 14

SUNSET LEAGUE

Edison 31, Esperanza 7
For the seventh consecutive week, Huntington Beach Edison's defense came up big. This time it paid off with a victory over Anaheim Esperanza, a team averaging 34.4 points per game.

The Chargers (5-3, 2-1), ranked No. 22 in the Southland by The Times, intercepted four passes, two by Nate Mitani, who returned one 41 yards for a touchdown, to set up a battle for first place in league next Friday against Fountain Valley at Edison Field.

"I expected a little more [from Esperanza], but I didn't expect much against us, not against our defense," Mitani said.

Edison allowed only a 63-yard scoring pass from Grant Farrell to Wesley Williams in the third quarter. Two Esperanza drives ended without points inside the Edison 20-yard line and the Aztecs (4-4, 1-2) finished with five turnovers that led to 17 points.

Knowing Esperanza was smarting from an upset by Huntington Beach, Edison focused on matching the Aztecs' intensity. The Chargers built a 17-0 hafltime lead on a 10-yard run by Donald Speerman, a 30-yard double pass from receiver Matt White to David Andrew and a 31-yard field goal by Dominik Bronowicki.

Edison finished off the game with fourth-quarter scores by Joshua Gage, who had a 15-yard run, and Mitani.
--Martin Henderson

Los Alamitos 42, Huntington Beach 14

SUNKIST LEAGUE

Norte Vista at Bloomington, ppd., Friday, 7 p.m.

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Northview 43, Ganesha 28

8-MAN

METRO LEAGUE

California Lutheran 52, Upland Christian 7

INTERSECTIONAL

Trona 46, Lund (Nev.) 0
Chris Goins rushed for 195 yards on 13 carries to lead host Trona.

Tuesday, Oct. 28

BASELINE LEAGUE

Claremont 21, Rancho Cucamonga 20 (3 OT)
Etiwanda 28, Alta Loma 0
Upland 45, Los Osos 14

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