City Section

Friday, Oct. 15


Crenshaw 37, Fremont 7
From the opening kickoff, returned 97 yards for a touchdown by Gardner McKay, Crenshaw displayed the kind of breakaway speed Friday night that distinguishes City Section football. The Cougars never let up in a 37-7 Coliseum League victory over previously unbeaten Fremont.

Crenshaw (5-1, 1-0) had faced a much tougher nonleague schedule than the Pathfinders (5-1, 0-1), and it showed. Linebacker Reggie Carter had three sacks to lead a Crenshaw defense that applied constant pressure to quarterback Carlos Lopez and limited Andre Bouvay, averaging 9.3 yards per carry, to 57 yards in 14 carries.

Tyquan Knox returned a kickoff 61 yards for a touchdown, and linebacker Solomon Elimimian tackled Bouvay in the end zone for a safety to give the Cougars a 15-0 lead less than five minutes into the game.

The one Fremont player who matched the Cougars in speed and skills was three-sport standout Danny Williams, who caught a 47-yard touchdown pass and finished with four receptions for 100 yards. He also recovered a fumble.

Carter has nine sacks on the season and is one of five Crenshaw defensive players who could be headed to NCAA Division I-A schools. Knox, a junior, showed speed at receiver, catching passes of 38 and 50 yards. And McKay had a 42-yard punt return for a touchdown, but it was nullified by a penalty.

--Eric Sondheimer

Dorsey 51, Manual Arts 0
Jeremiah Johnson had seven carries for 61 yards and two touchdowns for visiting Dorsey (5-1, 1-0), ranked No. 13 by the Times. Stafon Johnson added 121 yards on nine carries for the Dons.

Manual Arts drops to 1-5, 0-1.

Jefferson 27, Locke 7
Contrell Walker completed 14 of 22 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns to Travis Smith and Montel Morris rushed for 80 yards and two touchdowns in 10 carries to lead Jefferson (3-3, 1-0).

Jefferson defensive end Shane Byrd had five tackes, two sacks and deflected two passes. Locke falls to 4-2, 0-1.


Huntington Park 34, L.A. Jordan 27
Running back Jose Rivas had 20 carries for 119 yards and completed three passes for 87 yards including a touchdown for host Huntington Park (5-1, 1-0). L.A. Jordan drops to 2-4, 0-1.

Roosevelt 13, Bell 6 (OT)
South Gate 17, Garfield 10


Carson 43, Washington 8
Quarterback Bo Napoleon threw for 192 yards and three touchdowns for host Carson (3-3, 1-0). Running back Phillip Knight carried the ball 14 times for 128 yards and one touchdown for the Colts.

Gardena 14, Wilmington Banning 7
Quarterback Cedric Pullian rushed for 89 yards on 10 carries, including the game-winning four-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for visiting Gardena (4-2, 1-0).Wilmington Banning is 2-4, 0-1.

Narbonne 43, San Pedro 24
Travon Titus gained 227 yards and five touchdowns on 16 carries for Narbonne (5-1, 1-0), which posted its first victory over San Pedro (3-3, 0-1) since 1983


L.A. Wilson 27, Lincoln 12
Chris Patino completed 12 of 30 passes for 301 yards and four touchdowns for visiting L.A. Wilson (6-0, 3-0). Manuel Pena had 35 tackles for the Mules.

Lincoln is 1-5, 0-3.

Belmont 17, Los Angeles 0
Franklin 20, Los Angeles Marshall 0


Canoga Park 30, Hollywood 17
North Hollywood 47, Grant 18
Verdugo Hills 11, Sun Valley Poly 0


San Fernando 37, Granada HIlls Kennedy 26
Place-kicker Rene Renteria had all seven of his kickoffs go for touchbacks, had a field goal and went five-for-five on point after tries for host San Fernando (3-3, 1-0). Kennedy drops to 0-6, 0-1.

Reseda 40, Van Nuys 0
Sylmar 14, Monroe 7


Fairfax 28, Los Angeles Hamilton 6
Patrick Hill was a dual threat for Fairfax, recording 15 tackles on defense while rushing for 65 yards and a touchdown as the Lions (2-4, 1-0) won at Hamilton (0-6, 0-1).

Venice 35, L.A. University 6
Robert Ambers completed 12-of-26 passes for 232 yards and threw three touchdown passes to lead visiting Venice (3-2, 1-0).

Westchester 34, Palisades 14


Birmingham 42, Chatsworth 3
Cleveland 48, Granada Hills 21
Taft 47, El Camino Real 7