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Saturday, Sept. 25

INTERSECTIONAL

Franklin 6, Cathedral 0
Ricardo Galvez had 18 carries for 106 yards and Kevin Cruz had seven solo tackkles, two assists and a sack for Cathedral (2-1). Franklin is 3-0. Friday, Sept. 24 NONLEAGUE Bell 33, Lincoln 0
Diego Romero rushed for 216 yards in 24 carries and scored on runs of 27 yards and one yard for Bell (1-2) at Lincoln (1-2). Romero scored the 27-yard run in the first quarter and the one-yard run in the third. Junior defensive back Jeffrey Mejia made two interceptions, including one he returned 44 yards for a touchdown for Bell, which led 14-0 at halftime and 20-0 after three quarters. Fremont 33, LA University 6
Andre Bouvay had 18 carries for 224 yards and one touchcown to lead host Fremont (3-0). University is 1-2. Huntington Park 34, Hollywood 14
Running back Jose Rivas had 119 yards on 16 carries and scored on a 10-yard run for Huntington Park. The Spartans (2-1) rushed for 242 yards and added 115 yards passing. Sammy Andrade caught three passes for 91 yards and a touchdown for the Spartans, who were 0-9 last season. Hollywood lost its 35th consecutive game. Los Angeles Wilson 33, Los Angeles Hamilton 0
Chris Patino threw for 251 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a fourth score as the Mules (3-0) won at Hamilton. Patino completed 25 of 39 passes in the victory and has know thrown for 1,003 yards in just three games this season. Abraham Venegas and Jesus Cordero were the favored targets. Venegas caught 11 passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns, and Cordero had 11 catches for 91 yards and one score. Manuel Pena made 14 tackles to lead the defensive effort in the shutout of the Yankees (0-3). Palisades 14, Los Angeles 12
Andre Harris had 10 carries for 212 yards with touchdown runs of 72 and 58 yards. Anthony Anaebere intercepted a pass with less than a minute remaining to seal the victory for host Palisades (1-2). Los Angeles is 1-2. San Pedro 38, Westchester 12
The host Pirates (2-1) did their damage on the ground and in the air as they defeated the Comets. San Pedro junior tailback Devin Carter rushed for 132 yards on just 10 carries and scored once, while fullback Gregory Wood ran for 72 yards and three scores. Pirate quarterback Dustin Garneau was 13-of-18 passing for 148 yards and a touchdown. Westchester (1-2) was led by quarterback Duron Sylvester, who threw for 131 yards on 7-of-15 passing and one touchdown. Grant 50, Reseda 6
Locke 22, South Gate 16
Narbonne 21, Garfield 0
North Hollywood 69, Van Nuys 3
Roosevelt 21, Belmont 7
San Pedro 38, Westchester 12
Sun Valley Poly 21, Los Angeles Marshall 20
Washington 7, Los Angeles Jordan 6 INTERSECTIONAL Birmingham 21, Crespi 14
Brian Stuart scored on a one-yard run with 20 seconds left to lift host Birmingham. The Patriots (1-2) led 14-3 at halftime, but Crespi rallied to tie the score at 14-14 with nine minutes left in the game. On the decisive drive, Stuart ran 50 yards on a draw play down to the one-yard line and then scored two plays later. Daryl Fields scored the only touchdown for Crespi (2-1), which also got two field goals from Sean Conway. Culver City 7, Gardena 0
Jamal Johnson intercepted a Gardena pass on the final play of the third quarter, setting up a 10-yard touchdown run by Dwight Mayfield on the first play of the fourth quarter that stood as the only score of the game. Kris Cueva completed nine of 19 passes for 80 yards for the host Centaurs (2-1). Gardena fell to 2-1. Dominguez 47, Manual Arts 12
Elijah Wesson stood out on both side of the ball for No. 18 Dominguez (3-0) as he ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns while grabbing two of the Dons' four interceptions, one of which he returned 85 yards for a touchdown. Dominguez lead 14-0 at halftime, but Marvin Johnson started the third quarter with an 85-yard kickoff return for a score. Johnson added a touchdown run and rushed for 75 yards. Dominguez, which plays at Palmdale next week, held Manual Arts (1-2) to only 97 yards of total offense and registered eight quarterback sacks. Manual Arts was led by Pierre Williams, who had a 65-yard touchdown reception. Lafayette Greer scored the other Toiler touchdown on a fumble recovery. Jefferson 29, Muir 24
Travis Smith caught four passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns, and returned an interception 30 yards for another score, as the Democrats (2-1) won at home. Jefferson quarterback Contrell Walker completed nine of 16 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns. Redondo Union 7, Carson 0
Kevin Ellison ran for 130 yards on 26 carries and scored on a one-yard run in the third quarter for Redondo Union (2-1), which held Carson (1-2) to 145 total yards on offense. Venice 42, Santa Monica 13
Kenny Ashley rushed for 237 yards and four touchdowns in 14 carries for host Venice (1-2). Hoover 18, Verdugo Hills 7
Rowland 12, Eagle Rock 8 Thursday, Sept. 23 NONLEAGUE Chatsworth 29, Granada Hills Kennedy 28
Sophomore James Walker of Chatsworth (3-0) scored on a 2-yard run with 3:03 remaining in the game to draw the Chancellors to within one point of Granada Hills Kennedy (0-3), 28-27. Chatsworth then went for a two-point conversion and sophomore Mike Moustakas ran a sweep to the right and scored, giving the Chancellors the lead for good. Junior Oliver Padre of Chatsworth scored on a 76-yard run in the third quarter. Host Granada Hills Kennedy falls to 0-3. Dorsey 40, Fairfax 20
Running back Stafon Johnson ran 53 yards for a touchdown with four minutes remaining to provide the insurance score for 20th-ranked Dorsey (2-1) as the Dons fought off a stiff challenge from Fairfax (1-2) in posting a victory at Jackie Robinson Stadium. Johnson, a junior, rushed for 163 yards on 14 carries and scored three touchdowns for Dorsey, which has won two in a row after a season-opening upset loss to Narbonne. Dorsey took a 20-7 halftime lead on the strength of a 10-yard touchdown run by Johnson and two Keith Charles touchdown passes. Charles connected with David Gettis for a 41-yard score and hit Albert Russell with a 34-yard touchdown. Johnson's 28-yard scoring run gave the Dons a 26-7 lead in the third quarter but Fairfax rallied as quarterback Troy Jackson threw a 21-yard touchdown pass and rushed for a one-yard score. Senior running back Jeremiah Johnson added 144 yards on 22 carries for Dorsey. --Eric Stephens Cleveland 50, Canoga Park 0
Sylmar 23, El Camino Real 13
San Fernando 35, Granada Hills 21
Taft 27, Monroe 8 INTERSECTIONAL Mira Costa 21, Wilmington Banning 0

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