Saturday, Oct. 9


Bishop Diego 20, Fillmore 6


Cathedral 50, Kilpatrick 27
Ricardo Galvez of Cathedral (4-1) gained a school-record 367 yards in 25 carries and scored on touchdown runs of 26, 61 and 74 yards against visiting Kilpatrick (0-4).The old record of 366 yards set by Chris Hanks in 1997. Glen Carrera also had 145 yards in 16 carries for Cathedral.

L.A. Lutheran 26, Lone Pine 22
Correy Kitchens had consecutive kickoff returns of 77 and 78 yards for touchdowns in the fourth quarter for L.A. Lutheran (2-3) and David Alague intercepted a pass with 59 seconds left to preserve the Lions' nonleague victory at Lone Pine (1-4).

St. Monica 32, Cantwell Sacred Heart 29
Gilbert Ramirez scored on a six-yard run with a minute left to lift St. Monica to victory over Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary in a nonleague game played at St. Bernard High.

St. Monica quarterback Mitch Smith threw a 23-yard scoring pass, returned a fumble for a touchdown and blocked a punt and returned it for a touchdown.

Village Christian 20, Montclair Prep 14
The Crusaders improved 3-1 on two field goals by Jeff Molenrich, a 20-yard pass by Jake Hagedorn to Tito Spilsbury in the third quarter and a two-yard scoring run by Mark Sy in the fourth. Montclair Prep records its first loss to go to 4-1.

Anza Hamilton 36, Capistrano Valley Christian 0
Brethren Christian 51, Downey Calvary Chapel 44
Diamond Ranch 22, Covina 0
Murrieta Calvary Chapel 26, Webb 0
Pasadena Marshall 17, Paraclete 14
Rio Hondo Prep 49, Maranatha 32
Santa Clara 42, Sherman Indian 0
St. Genevieve 46, Frazier Mountain 41
Verbum Dei 21, St. Bernard 6


Mission Viejo 17, Concord De La Salle 14



Joshua Springs 46, Antelope Valley Christian 12


Santa Clarita Christian 54, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 0
Stephen Mercier gained 163 yards and scored on runs of 20, 57 and four yards in 10 carries and also was six of nine passing for 150 yards and two touchdowns to lead Santa Clarita Christian (4-1, 1-1) at Cleveland High. Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian dropped to 3-2, 1-1.


Baker Valley 51, Lee Vining 34
Max Ortiz rushed for 200 yards for Lee Vining, but the host Tigers (1-2, 0-1) dropped their league opener to the visiting Braves (1-3-1, 1-0).


La Verne Lutheran 34, Upland Christian 27
Bill Ceniseroz passed for one touchdown and ran for another one and Anthony Age had a 32-yard touchdown run and finished 56 yards rushing in six carries to lead La Verne Lutheran (2-3, 1-1) over visiting Upland Christian (0-5, 0-1). La Verne Lutheran benefited from two defensive touchdowns in the second quarter, when Trevor Mathews had a 64-yard fumble return for a score and Donnel Lopez made a 48-yard interception return for another touchdown that helped the Trojans take a 26-6 halftime lead.


Pilgrim 34, Westmark 32
John Moon passed for 200 yards and connected on touchdown passes to three different receivers as Pilgrim (3-1, 3-0) remained unbeaten in league play.

First Lutheran 41, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian 14
Skyward Christian 66, Trinity Lutheran 16


L.A. Lutheran 26, Lone Pine 22
L.A. Lutheran is 2-3. Lone Pine is 1-4.

Avalon 56, Price 36
Big Pine 34, Trona 14
California Lutheran 48, Liberty Christian 14
Laton 30, La Jolla The Bishop's 26
Santa Maria Valley Christian at Thacher, cancelled

Friday, Oct. 8


Colton 50, Fontana 0
Eisenhower 39, Yucaipa 14
Redlands 41, Rialto 3
Redlands East Valley 38, Miller 14


Beaumont 28, Big Bear 21
Nathan Hall rushed for 109 yards on 13 carries in a losing effort for visiting Big Bear (2-3, 1-1). Beaumont is 3-2, 2-0.

San Jacinto 30, Banning 20
Twentynine Palms 35, Riverside Notre Dame 6
Yucca Valley 20, Desert Hot Springs 13


Garden Grove Pacifica 58, Westminster La Quinta 0
Los Amigos 42, Bolsa Grande 8


Costa Mesa 38, Santa Ana 24
Saddleback 29, Ocean View 0
Westminster 42, Orange 7


Morro Bay 24, Lompoc 19
Santa Maria St. Joseph 47, Nipomo 14
Santa Ynez 49, Santa Maria 28


Moorpark 42, Calabasas 20
Newbury Park 41, Simi Valley 35
Royal 31, Agoura 24
Thousand Oaks 27, Westlake 24


Gladstone 39, La Puente 8
Oscar Gurolla of Gladstone (4-2, 2-0) had two interceptions of 35 and 52 yards returned for touchdows and added a touchdown reception of 22 yard at La Puente (2-4, 1-1).


Lakewood 63, Long Beach Jordan 0
Long Beach Cabrillo 48, Wilson 21
Long Beach Poly 52, Millikan 12


Bellflower 42, Glenn 10
Nick Gomez scored on a four-yard run and Josh Mendez kicked a 27-yard field and an extra-point kick in the loss for Glenn (3-2, 1-1) to Bellflower (2-3, 1-1) at Excelsior High.

La Mirada 21, Artesia 16
Mayfair 37, Norwalk 0


Oaks Christian 68, Santa Paula 10
Sophomore quarterback Jimmy Clausen completed 10 of 12 passes for 166 yards and five touchdown passes for visiting Oaks Christian (5-0, 2-0), which has scored 272 points in five games. Senior wide receiver Joe Giuliani caught three passes, all for touchdowns, giving him nine touchdown receptions on the season for the Lions. Senior running back Jon Duran had 37 carries for 155 yards for Santa Paula (2-3).

Nordhoff 34, Carpenteria 7


Blair 19, Hoover 0
Senior tailback Sean Smith had 15 carries for 210 yards, including runs of 58 and 51 yards, to lead host Blair (3-2).

Bonita 21, San Dimas 13
Cody Borquez threw a 66-yard touchdown pass back to quarterback Mike Wiliams late in the first half as Bonita (4-1) won the annual Smudge Pot game against San Dimas (3-2).

Brentwood 24, Western Christian 7
Junior tailback Kevin Yamazaki had 19 carries for 198 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Brentwood (3-1). He also caught two passes for 13 yards and one more touchdown. Western Christian drops to 0-5.

Chadwick 54, St. Anthony's 28
Quarterback Daniel Kohl rushed for 59 yards and four touchdowns in nine carries and and also threw for two touchdowns to lead Chadwick (5-0) over visiting St. Anthony's (1-4). Chris Kim rushed for 129 yards, scoring on a four-yard run, in 16 carries, and James Brooks had seven catches for 157 yards, scoring on receptions of 38 and 20 yards for Chadwick. The Dolphins (5-0), who went 5-5-1 last season, are off to their first 5-0 start since 1996.

Cerritos 6, Gahr 0
Fullback Doug Robinson scored the lone touchdown on a one-yard run at the beginning of the fourth quarter for host Cerritos (1-4). Gahr is 1-4.

Culver City 22, El Segundo 0
Kris Cueva completed six of 12 passes for 112 yards and two touchdowns for Culver City (4-1) at El Segundo (2-3). Cueva thew a 42-yard touchdown pass to Damien White and a 19-yard scoring strike to Jeremy Byrd. Jamal Johnson intercepted a pass, his third in his last three games, and returned it 60 yards for a touchdown for Culver City.

Dominguez 44, Compton 8
Darryl Crummie had 14 carries for 105 yards and three touchdowns and James Raby had 11 carries for 121 yards and three touchdowns for visiting Dominguez (4-1). The Dons defense held Compton (0-5) to 96 yards of total offense and recorded seven sacks.

Downey 10, Santa Fe 10
Santa Fe (3-1-1) drove the ball 98 yards in the final two minutes resulting in a touchdown pass from Angel Molina to Chris Roth to tie the score. Roth also had 50-yard reception on the drive. Downey (2-2-1) scored on two safeties and touchdown.

Harvard-Westlake 28, Littlerock 22
Terry O'Neal caught 42-yard touchdown pass from Charles Lasbury with 1:01 remaining for the go-ahead score in the Wolverines home defeat of Little Rock (0-5). Lasbury completed 14 of 25 passes for 318 yards including four touchdowns and no interceptions and Jon Shapiro had five catches for 173 yards and two touchdowns to lead Harvard-Westlake (2-3), which trailed 22-14 at the half.

Huntington Beach 42, Trabuco Hills 37
Senior running back Justin Montes rushed for 295 yards and scored four touchdowns in 23 carries for Huntingon Beach (4-0-1) at Trabuco Hills (2-3).

Junior Mitchell Roemer added 11 carries for 146 yards and sophomore Stephen Gabbard also had 11 carries, for 139 yards for the Oilers, who led 21-3 at halftime but had to hold off a fourth-quarter comeback by Trabuco Hills, which scored 21 points in the period.

Huntington Beach quarterback Curtis Crandell threw just two passes, with each falling incomplete, as all 587 of the Oilers' total yards came on the ground.

La Salle 28, La Canada 19
Junior tailback Dexter Bryant rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns in 17 carries for visiting La Salle (5-1). Fred Weideman and Eric Carlos both had 12 tackles to lead the Lancers' defense. La Canada drops to 1-4.

Leuzinger 30, Lynwood 22
Senior running back Jaycen Taylor carried the ball 14 times for 189 yards with three touchdown runs and a two-point conversion for host Leuzinger (2-3). Lynwood drops to 1-4.

North Torrance 45, West Torrance 23
North Torrance (4-1) handed the visiting Warriors (4-1) their first defeat, gaining 382 yards of total offense--all on the ground. Ruddy Irving and Dionte Harvey each carried 10 times, with Irvine gaining 214 yards, including touchdowns of 60 and 82 yards, and Harvey going for 115 yards, with scores of 52, one and 39 yards. West Torrance quarterback Matt Roquemore completed 13 of 26 passes for 143 yards and one touchdown with no interceptions.

Sage Hill 31, Viewpoint 6
Junior running back Keya Manshadi carried the ball 25 times for 186 yards and two touchdowns for host Sage Hill (4-1). Senior quarterback Daniel Selarz completed 10 of 20 passes for 162 yards for Viewpoint (2-3).

San Marino 42, San Gabriel 39
Quarterback Chris Yortsos scored on a bootleg for the go-ahead score with 12 seconds remaining to lead host San Marino (2-3) over San Gabriel (0-4-1).

Santa Barbara 28, Oxnard Pacifica 13
Kevin Dunn completed 14 of 26 passes for 166 yards and also rushed for one touchdown for visiting Santa Barbara (3-2). Oxnard Pacifica is 1-4.

Saugus 35, St. Francis 34
Zack Schafer scored on a 15-yard counter on Saugus' second possession of overtime in a California tie-breaker and the Centurions (4-1) beat St. Francis (4-1) on a conversion pass from quarterback Zach Summers to Kody Kurowski at College of the Canyons. The teams were tied at 21-21 at the end of regulation and each side scored on its first possession in overtime.

Schurr 35, Bosco Tech 31
Jesse Ramirez of Schurr (4-1) gained 297 yards in 34 carries against visiting Bosco Tech (4-1).

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 33, Valencia 3
For a school that consistently produces All-Southern Section kickers, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame unveiled another Friday in junior Kai Forbath, who kicked field goals of 48, 38, 52 and 40 yards as well as sending seven kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks to highlight the Knights' 33-3 thrashing of previously unbeaten Valencia in a nonleague game at Valencia.

"This guy is something special," Notre Dame Coach Kevin Rooney said of his latest kicking weapon. "He's been doing an unbelievable job."

Forbath, following in the tradition of former Notre Dame and UCLA All-American Chris Sailer, has made all 11 field-goal attempts this season. His performance was just one example of a dominating effort by Notre Dame (5-0), ranked No. 5 in the Southland by The Times.

"We played so poorly in the first half that we never had a chance to recover," Valencia Coach Brian Stiman said. "Their defensive line just manhandled our offensive line." Notre Dame sacked Valencia quarterback Michael Herrick four times, with Anthony Santa Croce and Chauncey Fagan contributing two apiece. Herrick completed 15 of 31 passes for a season-low 172 yards.

Notre Dame cornerbacks Cary Harris and Shane Horton consistently out-dueled Valencia receivers for passes.

"The defensive backs had a great game," Notre Dame defensive coordinator Joe McNab said. "We worked hard on stripping the ball, playing smart and not getting beat deep."

Herrick should have known early that trouble was brewing. Notre Dame's 6-foot-5 defensive end, Tony DeMartinis, tipped a pass and came down with the interception.

"Our main goal was to get to Herrick, and we had a lot of blitz packages," DeMartinis said.

There was no debating what happened to ninth-ranked Valencia (4-1) in the first half. Notre Dame was able to disguise its defensive coverages, and that left Herrick with few options. He completed just four of 13 passes for 49 yards.

Notre Dame out-gained the Vikings, 222-78 yards, in opening a 27-3 halftime lead. Quarterback Garrett Green was sharp on his passes, completing nine of 13 for 159 yards. He finished 11 of 16 for 175 yards. Harris scored touchdowns on runs of one and two yards.

And then there was Forbath, who missed much of last season with a groin injury.

"It's pretty exciting," Forbath said. "I haven't had the opportunity to kick that many field goals."

His 52-yarder is only good enough for a tie for fourth longest in school history. Last year's kicker, Tim Rubey, made a 51-yarder. And Forbath's consistent kicks into the end zone left Valencia stuck deep in its own territory.

--Eric Sondheimer

South Pasadena 35, Keppel 6
Michael Stimpfel completed eight for 17 passes for 190 yards and two touchdowns for South Pasadena (4-0-1) at Keppel. John Morant had five catches for 78 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown reception and Joshua Underwood finished with three catches for 62 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown reception for the Tigers, to take a 14-0 halftime lead.

South Pasadena running back Richard Diaz finished with 88 yards in 14 carries and scored on runs of one yard and 20 yards.

Robert Chang scored the only touchdown for Keppel (0-5) on a five-yard run late in the the fourth quarter.

Torrance 30, Beverly Hills 20
Kevin Rivers completed seven of 20 passes for 143 yards and threw a four-yard touchdown to Meyer Linter in the loss for Beverly Hills (1-4) at Torrance (2-3).

Marcus Jones had 112 yards rushing and scored one touchdown in 19 carries for Beverly Hills, and teammate Spencer Paysinger made five receptions for 73 yards.

Western 27, Los Altos 20
Daniel Sandello threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns and Dominque Drayton caught 13 receptions for 229 yards and a score in the loss for Los Altos (3-2). Western improves to 4-1.

Alemany 29, Highland 14
Aliso Niguel 28, Dana Hills 21
Anaheim 24, Buena Park 0
Animo 34, Murphy 12
Apple Valley 29, San Gorgonio 20
Arroyo Valley 28, Rancho Verde 20
Aquinas 49, Silver Valley 0
Arroyo 37, Nogales 7
Atascadero 33, Lompoc Cabrillo 19
Baldwin Park 9, Mountain View 3
Barstow 27, Antelope Valley 13
Bishop Montgomery 34, Ribet Academy 12
Bonita 21, San Dimas 13
Burbank 41, Glendale 6
Burbank Burroughs 35, Crescenta Valley 21
California 24, Lawndale 7
Camarillo 26, San Marcos 16
Campbell Hall 26, Arrowhead Christian 8
Canyon Country Canyon 28, Crespi 22
Capistrano Valley 24, Laguna Hills 10
Cerritos Valley Christian 41, Whittier Christian 3
Chaffey 28, San Bernardino 12
Chaminade 28, South Torrance 21
Channel Islands 23, Buena 7
Charter Oak 33, Claremont 0
Corona Santiago at Chaparral, ccd. (no officials)
Culver City 22, El Segundo 0
Don Lugo 45, Pioneer 6
Garey 28, Pomona 21
Glendora 42, Arcadia 17
Hart 17, Loyola 16
Hemet 63, Cathedral City 14
Hesperia 37, Granite Hills 13
Kaiser 17, La Sierra 14
Laguna Beach 21, Magnolia 0
La Habra 14, Brea Olinda 6
Los Osos 49, Carter 0
Mary Star 12, Gardena Serra 5
Mater Dei 45, Loara 21
Mojave 49, Boron 13
Moreno Valley 22, Pacific 22
Murrieta Valley 30, Canyon Springs 6
Newport Harbor 28, Mira Costa 14
Norco 22, Tustin 15
Norte Vista 34, Vista del Lago 10
Northview 47, Irvine University 26
Northwood 35, Riverside Poly 35
Oak Park 21, Grace Brethren 20
Ontario 15, Jurupa Valley 14
Orange Lutheran 38, El Rancho 6
Palmdale 36, Upland 15
Palm Desert 34, Ramona 0
Paramount 27, Marina 21
Peninsula 48, Hawthorne 8
Perris 14, Indio 14
Redondo 34, Inglewood 14
Righetti 28, Hueneme 13
Rio Mesa 17, Dos Pueblos 9
Riverside North 35, Rubidoux 0
Rosamond 42, Lancaster Desert Christian 0
Rowland 23, Montebello 13
San Luis Obispo 38, Lancaster 37
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 33, Santa Ana Valley 26
Santa Margarita 38, Foothill 12
Serrano 28, Victor Valley 0
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 33, Valencia 3
Silverado 43, Cajon 0
South El Monte 44, Sierra Vista 22
St. John Bosco 24, Damien 14
St. Michael's Prep 42, Applied Scholastic 6
Sultana 48, Montclair 32
Temecula Valley 21, Elsinore 19
Temescal Canyon 49, Paloma Valley 8
Temple City 20, Rosemead 13
Torrance 30, Beverly Hills 20
Vasquez 49, Lucerne Valley 0
Ventura 14, Oxnard 7
Villanova Prep 45, Twin Pines 8
West Covina 7, Ayala 6
Western 27, Los Altos 20
West Valley 41, Rim of the World 0


Gabrielino 21, San Diego Scripps Ranch 0
Johnathan Omar carried the ball 19 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns, including a 42-yard touchdown run, to lead visiting Gabrielino (5-0). Scripps Ranch is 1-4.

Garfield 35, Salesian 0
Garfield improves to 4-1 with the victory; Salesian falls to 2-3.

Linfield Christian 35, Carlsbad Army-Navy Academy 7
Senior running back Chuck Wilson had seven carries for 89 yards and scored three touchdowns and Dane Fages completed three of five passes for 87 yards with no interceptions and had five carries for 42 yards for visiting Linfield Christian (4-0-1). Army-Navy Academy drops to 0-5.

Santa Monica 21, Roosevelt 14
Roosevelt tied the game at 14 with three minutes left, but the Vikings got a couple of big plays late to pull out the win at Santa Monica College. Daijon Locke blocked a Roosevelt punt in the final minute to give Santa Monica possession at the Roosevelt 8, and Viking quarterback Kevin Poindexter connected with Cristof Neuman on an 8-yard scoring pass with two seconds left to give the hosts the victory. Poindexter ran for the first two touchdowns for Santa Monica (3-2).

Warren 23, Bell 18
David Cordova was 14 of 23 for 235 yards and two touchdowns while Alan Valdez caught four passes for 87 yards for Bell (1-4). Warren is 3-2.

Coachella Valley 45, Calexico 26
Corona Centennial 36, Clovis West 33
Canoga Baptist 46, Valley 0
Liberty 39, Paso Robles 14



Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 54, Lancaster Bethel Christian 34
Matt Brock had 10 carries for 136 yards and three touchdowns and Matt Gordon carried 23 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns for Desert Christian.

Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 54, Bethel Christian 34
Hesperia Christian 38, Victor Valley Christian 15


Laguna Blanca 60, Cuyama Valley 50


Southlands Christian 66, Eastside Christian 42


Bloomington Christian 64, Palm Springs Desert Chapel 26
Cameron Smith had 190 yards in 17 carries with two touchdowns and Jordan Newton added 102 yards in 10 carries with two scores for Bloomington Christian. Joshua Stott was four for eight passing for 91 yards, but had three touchdown passes, all to Greg Elias, who had 88 yards receiving on the day for the Ravens (4-1, 2-1). Desert Chapel is 1-4, 1-1 in league.


Calapatria 46, Los Angeles Cornerstone Christian 0
Excelsior 45, Eagles Peak Charter 0
Kings Christian 52, Mission Prep 7
Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 38, Rolling Hills Prep 6
St. Michael's Prep 42, Applied Scholastics 6
Warner Springs Warner 12, Noli Indian 8


Calipatria 46, Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 0
Warner Springs Warner 12, Noli Indian 8

Thursday, Oct. 7


Rancho Alamitos 31, Garden Grove Santiago 7


Azusa 7, Workman 6


Bell Gardens 49, El Monte 7
Senior running back Alfredo Castaneda had 316 yards and scored on runs of 65, 57, 10, 54 yards, one yard, and 26 yards in 22 carries for Bell Gardens (4-1) at Arroyo High. Castaneda gained 277 yards and scored his first five touchdowns in the first half as the Lancers (4-1) took a 35-0 advantage at the break.

Defensively for Bell Gardens, Michael Terry intercepted a pass and returned it 52 yards for a second-half touchdown that made the score 49-0.

El Monte (4-1) scored its lone touchdown on a five-yard run with three minutes left in the game.

Chino Hills 35, Ganesha 0
Steven Thomas returned a interception 32 yards for a touchdown and Darren Smith blocked a punt and Jason Basham recoved it in the end zone for another touchdown for Chino Hills (5-0). Robert Lawrence caught a 32-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Guppy, giving Lawrence a touchdown reception in five consecutive games. Ganesha drops to 0-5.

Garden Grove 41, Estancia 34
Junior Moemoe had a 99-yard kickoff return in the second half as Garden Grove improved to 5-0 with the win at home. Estancia fell to 2-3.

La Serna 45, Century 20
Running back Dorian Ventura rushed for 181 yards in 26 carries and scored two touchdowns covering six and 25 yards for La Serna. Quarterback Mike Roy completed five of seven passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns while Matt Petropulos caught three passes for 68 yards and a score for the Lancers (2-3).

Chino 52, Hacienda Heights Wilson 7
Diamond Bar 38, Etiwanda 0
El Toro 28, Troy 21
Fullerton 27, El Modena 7
La Serna 45, Century 20
Rancho Cucamonga 14, South HIlls 12
Savanna 35, Katella 16
Sunny Hills 35, Cypress 14
Valley View 28, La Quinta 14
Walnut 24, Alta Loma 7
Whittier 34, Pasadena 12


Los Alamitos 42, Carson 7



Windward 33, Lighthouse Christian 26
Senior wide receiver Jamie Melas had eight catches for 239 yards with two touchdowns and ran for 22 yards and a score and also had 18 tackles on defense, including nine solo, to lead host Windward. Johnny Nemani ran for 129 yards in 19 carries and two touchdowns and Andrew Epstein added nine tackles, two sacks and two fumble recoveries for the Wildcats (4-1, 1-0).