Saturday, Nov. 13



First round, Thursday, 7 p.m. unless noted

No. 16 San Pedro (Marine T3, 6-4) at No. 1 Dorsey (Coliseum 1, 9-1); No. 9 Eagle Rock (Northern T1, 8-2) at No. 8 Sylmar (Valley Mission T1, 8-2); No. 12 Gardena (Marine T3, 6-4) at No. 5 Crenshaw (Coliseum 2, 8-2); No. 13 Franklin (Northern T1, 9-1) at No. 4 Venice (Western 1, 8-2); No. 14 San Fernando (Valley Mission T1, 6-4) at No. 3 Carson (Marine T1, 6-4); No. 11 Chatsworth (West Valley 3, 8-2) at No. 6 Narbonne (Marine T1, 8-2), time TBA; No. 10 Fremont (Coliseum 3, 8-2) at No. 7 Birmingham (West Valley 2, 6-4); No. 15 Jefferson (Coliseum 4, 4-6) at No. 2 Taft (West Valley 1, 9-1).


First round, Thursday, 7 p.m. unless noted

No. 16 Belmont (Northern 5, 5-5) at No. 1 Huntington Park (Eastern 1, 9-1); No. 9 Washington (Marine T5, 4-5-1) at No. 8 Los Angeles University (Western 3, 5-5), 2 p.m.; No. 12 Los Angeles Marshall (Northern T3, 6-4) at No. 5 Grant (Sunset Six 2, 6-4), 2 p.m.; No. 13 South Gate (Eastern T2, 5-5) at No. 4 Granada Hills Kennedy (Valley Mission 3, 3-7); No. 14 Verdugo Hills (Sunset Six 3, 4-6) at No. 3 Fairfax (Western 2, 5-5); No. 11 Locke (Coliseum 5, 5-5) at No. 6 Cleveland (West Valley 4, 7-3); No. 10 Los Angeles Jordan (Eastern T2, 5-5) at No. 7 Los Angeles Wilson (Northern T3, 7-2); No. 15 Westchester (Western 4, 3-7) at No. 2 North Hollywood (Sunset Six 1, 7-3).

NOTE: Quarterfinals, November 24; semifinals, December 3; championships, December 10 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Friday, Nov. 12


Crenshaw 43, Manual Arts 14
Michael Chisolm gained 61 yards in eight carries and scored on touchdown runs of six and 16 yards for Crenshaw (8-2, 4-1) in a victory over Manual Arts.

Darian Hagan Jr. intercepted two passes for the Cougars and tackled Manual Arts quarterback Tyquon Williams in the end zone for a safety. Hagan now has 10 interceptions on the season.

Garner McKay also made two interceptions for the Cougars, including one he returned 25 yards for a touchdown. He now has five interceptions overall.

Dorsey 30, Jefferson 0
Jeremiah Johnson rushed nine times for 107 yards and one touchdown and Stafon Johnson added 15 carries for 74 yards and two touchdowns for Dorsey (9-1, 5-0), which clinched its second consecutive league championship.

Albert Russell caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Keith Charles in the second quarter for Dorsey, which led 16-0 at halftime.

Junior offensive lineman Miguel Barajas of Jefferson dislocated his right elbow during a pileup with 9:21 left in the fourth quarter and was taken to a hospital by ambulance. The injury delay lasted 25 minutes, after which officials called the game due to fading light.

Quarterback Contrell Walker rushed for 45 yards for the host Democrats (4-6, 2-3).

Fremont 10, Locke 7
Andre Bouvay carried the ball 20 times for 124 yards and one touchdown to lead host Fremont (8-2, 3-2). Locke is 3-7, 1-4.


Huntington Park 34, Roosevelt 31
Junior fullback Eddie Morales scored on a one-yard run with one second left and Huntington Park (9-1, 5-0) escaped with a victory at Roosevelt (4-6, 2-3).

Morales finished with 31 yards in eight carries. Quarterback Danny Saucedo led the Spartans with 83 yards and a touchdown in 14 carries. He also was nine of 12 passing for 122 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions.

South Gate 10, Bell 0
Marco Pulido caught three passes for 85 yards and one touchdown and kicked a 30-yard field goal for visiting South Gate (5-5, 3-2). He also kicked the extra point after his 47-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter, accounting for all 10 points for the Rams. Bell is 2-8, 0-5.

Garfield 38, L.A. Jordan 20


Gardena 20, Washington 13

Narbonne 24, Wilmington Banning 21
San Pedro 31, Carson 28


Eagle Rock 28, L.A. Wilson 27
Markece Peco had 265 all-purpose yards, including kickreturns of 92 and 83 yards for touchdowns, to lead visiting Eagle Rock (8-2, 5-1).

L.A. Wilson (7-2, 4-2) missed the potential tying extra point with just over two minutes left in the fourth quarter.

Marshall 26, Lincoln 18
James Wilson had 34 carries for 252 yards and three touchdowns, including two in a second-half rally, for visiting Marshall (6-4, 4-2), which overcame and 18-6 halftime deficit. Lincoln is 1-5 in league.

Franklin 41, Los Angeles 7


Grant 42, Sun Valley Poly 10
North Hollywood 54, Canoga Park 0
Verdugo Hills 35, Hollywood 28


Sylmar 57, San Fernando 27
C.J. Gable rushed for 234 yards and two touchdowns in 17 carries and also had a 75-yard touchdown reception as the visiting Spartans broke open a tight game with a second-quarter scoring surge and clinched a share of the Valley Mission League title.

It is the 16th consecutive title for Sylmar (8-2, 4-1) and the first for Coach London Woodfin, who is in his first year after taking over for retired veteran coach Jeff Engilman. A loss Friday would have ended the streak.

“It’s a big relief,” Woodfin said. “I didn’t want to be the one that ended that streak. Not only that, but there were playoff implications and bragging rights on the line.”

Sylmar took advantage of three second-quarter turnovers by San Fernando (6-4, 4-1) and also blocked a punt as the Spartans extended their lead from 14-7 with just over seven minutes left in the first half to 36-7 by halftime.

The Sylmar defense also adjusted to San Fernando running back Rafael Reynolds, who had 121 yards in his first six carries but only 19 yards in his next 18 carries. He added an 85-yard scoring run late in the game.

Sylmar quarterback John Austin passed for touchdowns of 75 and 64 yards and also ran for two scores. Alex Carreon had a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown, part of the 22-point outburst over the final 6:45 of the first half.

Gable had a 56-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and a 64-yard scoring run in the fourth.

--Peter Yoon

Granada Hills Kennedy 27, Reseda 0
Monroe 40, Van Nuys 6


Venice 41, L.A. Hamilton 8
Quarterback Robert Ambers completed 12 of 18 passes for 237 yards and three touchdowns and Ken Asley had 15 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns to lead visiting Venice (8-2, 5-0) over Hamilton (1-10, 1-4).

After starting the season with losses to Carson and Loyola, the Gondoliers won eight straight games on their way to a third consecutive Western League title.

James Armstrong intercepted two passes in the 34-point first quarter for Venice. Lavaughn Maccon carried the ball 17 times for 80 yards for the Yankees.

Fairfax 24, Palisades 6
Los Angeles University 30, Westchester 27


Birmingham 53, Granada Hills 7
Brian Stuart carried the ball eight times for 265 yards in the first half for visiting Birmingham (6-4, 4-1), ranked No. 21 by the Times. Stuart sat for the second half.

Chatsworth 24, El Camino Real 0
Taft 55, Cleveland 10