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Football: Trinity League goes 6-0 in opening week

All hail the Trinity League, which continues to be the dominant football league in Southern California. All six schools won their season openers.

Josh who? Yes, Josh Rosen has moved on to becoming the starting quarterback as a freshman at UCLA, but St. John Bosco didn’t miss him in a 76-8 win over La Mirada. The Braves scored 76 consecutive points after La Mirada took an 8-0 lead. That brings new meaning to the word respond.

Quentin Davis passed for 363 yards and five touchdowns. That’s a school record for passing that was set in 1975. DJ Morgan made two interceptions.

Servite won in the debut of new coach Scott Meyer, defeating Fountain Valley, 45-7. Junior quarterback Tyler Lytle made an impressive debut taking over for Travis Waller (Oregon). He passed for 424 yards and two touchdowns, both to Aaron Simpson, who caught six passes for 235 yards.


Santa Margarita defeated Cathedral Catholic, 40-14. K.J. Costello passed for 336 yards and three touchdowns. Orange Lutheran defeated Dominguez, 21-13. JSerra defeated Long Beach Cabrillo, 48-13. St. Francis transfer Avery Williams scored four touchdowns.

And in the big game that can help the Trinity League come playoff seeding time, Mater Dei defeated Bishop Amat, 24-21.

Next week’s schedule for Trinity League teams: Orange Lutheran at Crespi; Tesoro vs. Mater Dei at Santa Ana Stadium; Servite at Bishop Amat; JSerra at Chino Hills; Norwalk vs. St. John Bosco at Veterans Stadium; Santa Margarita at Corona Santiago.