Saturday, Oct. 23
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
La Salle 41, St. Monica 18
Jeremy Brooks made 10 receptions for 167 yards, including one for a 13-yard touchdown catch, and he also intercepted a pass for St. Monica (2-5, 0-2) in a loss at La Salle (6-2, 1-1). St. Monica quarterback Mitch Smith was 19 of 37 passing for 254 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions.
Verbum Dei 34, St. Anthony 7
Sean Merritt rushed for 149 yards and scored four touchdowns, with three coming on the ground and one through the air on a 15-yard reception, for Verbum Dei (5-1, 2-0) in a victory over visiting St. Anthony (1-6, 0-2).
Reggie Dunn rushed four times for 100 yards, including 70 on a touchdown run that gave the Eagles their final margin of victory in the fourth quarter. The Eagles rushed for 380 yards in 21 carries overall against St. Anthony.
DE ANZA LEAGUE
San Jacinto 42, Riverside Notre Dame 13
DEL REY LEAGUE
Cathedral 41, St. Bernard 10
Ricardo Galvez rushed for 215 yards and three touchdowns as the host Phantoms (5-2, 1-1) defeated St. Bernard (0-7, 0-2) at St. Matthias.
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Don Lugo 28, Colony 21
Village Christian 33, Kilpatrick 26
Righetti 17, Atascadero 14
Pasadena Poly 38, Webb 0
Sophomore Brendan Hirschmann rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns in 12 carries to lead Poly (4-1, 1-0). Stephen Sherman completed 7 of 11 passes for 131 yards with two touchdowns. Linebacker Kevin Waite had a 60-yard interception for a touchdown. Webb falls to 0-2 in league play and 1-5 overall.
Rio Hondo Prep 19, Flintridge Prep 7
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Downey 30, Warren 14
SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE
Ribet Academy 54, Fairmont Prep 0
Ribet Academy scored 27 points on defense in the first five minutes of the game as the Fighting Frogs (2-5, 1-1) earned a blowout victory in their homecoming game against Fairmont Prep (2-6, 1-1).
Mater Dei 34, St. John Bosco 7
The Serra League will get the showdown many fans have been looking for.
Santa Ana Mater Dei used a stifling defense to get past Bellflower St. John Bosco Saturday night at Santa Ana Stadium and set up a battle next week against Los Angeles Loyola that should determine the champion of one of the toughest leagues in the state.
Mater Dei (6-1, 2-0) held St. John Bosco scoreless until late in the game and allowed only 123 rushing yards to set up the game against Loyola, which is also unbeaten in the five-team league.
"I told the kids this was an important game because we needed to have momentum going into next week," Mater Dei Coach Bruce Rollinson said. "If we get hit in the mouth in this game then we go in there scrambling and you don't want that against a team like Loyola."
St. John Bosco (4-2, 1-1) got 55 of its rushing yards its final two plays, a 38-yard run by Craig Williams and a 17-yard touchdown, also by Williams with 3 minutes, 9 seconds to play.
Daniel Jenkins, the season rushing leader for St. john Bosco, had only 27 yards in nine carries. Mater Dei also forced three St. John Bosco fumbles, one of which Isaiah Reupena retuned 27 yards for a touchdown.
The Mater Dei running game took care of things on offense. James Brunt had 113 yards and three touchdowns in 21 carries and Rick Russell had 115 yards and a touchdown in 11 carries.
Brentwood 27, Whittier Christian 16
Kevin Yamazaki rushed 17 times for 109 yards and two touchdowns for Brentwood (4-2), which led 27-0 after three quarters. Sam Bartman had a 65-yard interception return for a touchdown. Whittier Chrisitan falls to 5-2.
Garden Grove Santiago 20, Santa Ana 17
With 50 seconds remaining in the game and trailing 17-14, Santiago marched 73 yards on two plays to put the ball on the two-yard line of Santa Ana. After a spiked-ball stopped the clock with seven seconds left, Santiago quarterback Jesse Vega ran in on a quarterback sneak as the final seconds ticked off the clock to lift the Cavaliers at Santa Ana (3-4). Santiago improves to 3-4.
Pasadena Marshall 33, Maranatha 8
St. Margaret's 20, Santa Clara 20
Western Christian 19, Villanova Prep 0
CSDR 37, Fremont California School for the Deaf 3
Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 50, Antelope Valley Christian 14
Hesperia Christian 47, Bethel Christian 26
Lighthouse Christian 47, Rolling Hills Prep 20
Thacher 64, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 43
Conner Schryver rushed 21 times for 266 yards and four touchdowns forThacher (6-0, 3-0), which had Davie Connick catch six passes for 143yards. Michael Paniagua had seven receptions for 212 yards and fourtouchdowns for Hillcrest Christian (3-4, 1-3). Jake Tardif completed 22of 39 passes for 389 yards and five touchdowns for Hillcrest Christian.
Faith Baptist 52, Santa Clarita Christian 6
HI-LO LEAGUE (SMALL)
Lee Vining 47, Owens Valley 0
California Lutheran 50, La Verne Lutheran 0
First Lutheran 40, Westmark 14
Skyward Christian 40, Ventura County Christian 6
Windward 42, Avalon 30
Junior quarterback Brady Fujikawa was nine of 11 passing for 162 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown, and he also ran for a one-yard score for host Windward (5-1). Sophomore cornerback Steven Stanwyck made 22 tackles, including 11 solo tackles, and intercepted a pass for the Wildcats, who got 105 yards rushing in 14 carries with two touchdowns from Jonny Nemani. Nemani also made three receptions for 65 yards with one touchdown. Windward's defense stopped Avalon on all five of its two-point conversion attempts.
Laton 50, Santa Maria Valley Christian 0
Los Angeles Lutheran 56, South Bay Lutheran 18
Friday, Oct. 22
Bell Gardens 24, Alhambra 6
Alfredo Castaneda rushed for 154 yards and three touchdowns in 22 carries, Ali de la Mora kicked a 35-yard field goal and Juan Lopez intercepted three passes for host Bell Gardens (3-4, 2-0), which led, 7-6, at halftime. Zion Babb caught an 90-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage for Alhambra (4-3, 1-1).
Montebello 39, Keppel 18
Running back Eddie Ceja carried the ball 15 times for 126 yards and four touchdowns for visiting Montebello (2-6, 1-1). Quarterback Rene Cerda completed nine of nine passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns for the Oilers.Keppel dropped to 0-2 in league.
Schurr 49, San Gabriel 21
Senior running back Jesse Ramirez gained 240 yards in 32 carries and scored five touchdowns to lead host Schurr (6-1, 2-0).
Claremont 28, Etiwanda 7
Los Osos 18, Rancho Cucamonga 15
Mira Costa 27, Peninsula 27
A classic tale-of-two-halves football game had a distinctly nontraditional ending Friday night as Rolling Hills Estates Peninsula and Manhattan Beach Mira Costa played to a 27-27 tie in a Bay League game at Mira Costa.
Peninsula (6-0-1 overall, 1-0-1 in league) used a dominant defense and a bruising running game to erase a 24-7 halftime deficit, but the Panthers couldn't capitalize on two chances to win late in the game.
Ben Bobit, who returned the second-half kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown that cut Mira Costa's lead to 24-14, missed an extra-point kick after the Panthers had tied the score at 27-27 on a one-yard plunge by quarterback Theo Nikolakopulos with 1 minute 11 seconds left.
After an Erik Pedersen interception gave the Peninsula the ball at the Mira Costa 28, Bobit missed a 41-yard field goal as time expired.
"There's no such thing as a good tie," Peninsula Coach Tony Urburu said. "We don't feel fortunate. We came here to win."
Early on, Mira Costa (3-3-1, 1-0-1), the four-time defending league champion, looked as if it would run away with the game. Britton Ertman had 184 of his 209 rushing yards and all three of his touchdowns in the first half.
Peninsula, however, allowed only 100 yards and three first downs in the second half.
Redondo 34, South Torrance 22
Kevin Ellison had 25 carries for 157 yards and four touchdowns and quarterback Jordan Tusiesiena completed 11 of 18 attempts for 158 yards for host Redondo (6-1, 2-0). South Torrance is 1-6, 0-2.
West Torrance 44, Leuzinger 32
Jaycen Taylor rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown in 33 carries, had a two-point conversion and caught two passes for 76 yards and a touchdown for host Leuzinger (2-5, 0-2). West Torrance is 5-2, 1-1.
BIG SKY LEAGUE
Linfield Christian 17, Murrieta Calvary Chapel 7
Chuck Wilson had two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown, 11 carries for 33 yards and threw a touchdown on a halfback pass to Ryan Chamberlain for the host Lions. Senior Danny Kelly hit a 45-yard field goal to complete the scoring for Linfield Christian (6-0-1, 1-0). Murrieta Calvary Chapel fell to 4-2-1, 1-1.
Twin Pines 40, Midway Baptist 8
Tustin 14, El Dorado 10
Villa Park 10, El Modena 9
Brea Olinda 28, Anaheim Canyon 22
Ventura 21, San Marcos 14
Dos Pueblos 19, Santa Barbara 14
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Colton 36, Redlands 28
Miller 63, Fontana 14
Redlands East Valley 26, Eisenhower 24
Yucaipa 27, Rialto 23
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Banning 21, Big Bear 14
Nathan Hall had 17 carries for 59 yards and a touchdown for Big Bear (2-5, 1-3).
Twentynine Palms 34, Desert Hot Springs 28
T.J. Stanford completed 13 of 23 passes for 246 yards and two touchdowns, scored a rushing touchdown and Ron Hampton rushed for 71 yards and caught a 41-yard touchdown pass for host Twentynine Palms (4-3, 3-1). Desert Hot Springs is 3-4, 0-4.
Beaumont 28, Yucca Valley 14
DEL REY LEAGUE
Bosco Tech 23, Gardena Serra 20
David Carbajal threw a game-winning 10-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Gonis with 30 seconds left to cap an 80-yard drive for host Bosco Tech (6-1, 2-0). Serra is 3-4, 1-1.
Crespi 52, Bishop Montgomery 34
Randle Harris had an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to start the third quarter as Crespi (4-3, 2-0) opened up a 52-0 lead at Bishop Montgomery.Daryl Fields had a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown and a 50-yard punt return for another score for the Celts (4-3, 2-0).
DEL RIO LEAGUE
Santa Fe 17, Whittier 10
El Rancho 42, California 6
Pioneer 43, La Serna 35
DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE
Boron 26, Mammoth 20 (3 OT)
Lucerne Valley 45, Lancaster Desert Christian 18
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Ridgecrest Burroughs 54, Victor Valley 27
Karsten Sween completed 14 of 21 passes for 310 yards and five touchdowns and Ethan Cubit caught six passes for 191 yards and four scores for Burroughs (4-3, 1-0), which led, 47-7, after three quarters. Sween played just one series in the second half.
Barstow 25, Granite Hills 6
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Cathedral City 14, Indio 6
La Quinta 26, Coachella Valley 13
Palm Springs 42, Palm Desert 19
Cypress 17, Loara 7
Canyon Country Canyon 28, Saugus 26
Hart 41, Burbank Burroughs 7
Valencia 35, Burbank 7
La Habra 28, Troy 14
Sunny Hills 14, Fullerton 13
Sonora 49, Buena Park 15
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Westminster La Quinta 42, Los Amigos 0
Garden Grove 47, Bolsa Grande 22
Palmdale 33, Littlerock 0
Antelope Valley 15, Highland 13
Lancaster 22, Quartz Hill 10
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 25, Ocean View 22
HIGH DESERT LEAGUE
Mojave 45, Rosemond 7
Senior running back Chris Stevens carried the ball 14 times for 208 yards and four touchdowns to lead host Mojave (6-1, 2-0). The Mustangs gained 510 yards on offense with 384 rushing yards and 126 passing yards.Rosemond (3-4, 1-1) returned the final kickoff to the Mojave four-yard line before scoring its only touchdown.
Bishop 42, Kern Valley 6
Desert 28, Frazier Mountain 0
King 28, La Sierra 20
Riverside Poly 27, Canyon Springs 6
LOS PADRES LEAGUE
Lompoc Cabrillo 14, Morro Bay 7
Santa Maria 24, Nipomo 14
Santa Maria St. Joseph 38, Santa Ynez 12
Royal 30, Newbury Park 13
Moorpark 36, Simi Valley 34
Agoura 24, Thousand Oaks 21
Westlake 36, Calabasas 0
Charter Oak 42, Garey 25
Bonita 24, Los Altos 19
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 43, St. Paul 14
Garrett Green, Rodney Glass and Cary Harris, members of Sherman Oaks Notre Dame's 400-meter relay team that finished fifth in the state last spring, left no doubt about their speed Friday night in reinforcing their reputation as perhaps the fastest football backfield in school history.
Glass rushed for 131 yards and scored two touchdowns, Harris gained 110 yards and scored two touchdowns and Green added 89 yards and one touchdown as the unbeaten Knights (7-0, 2-0) cruised to a 43-14 victory over Santa Fe Springs St. Paul in a Mission League game at Notre Dame.
"Those guys do a great job when they get into the open field," said Notre Dame Coach Kevin Rooney, whose team has won 15 consecutive games since losing to St. Paul, 24-21, last season.
Green, a junior quarterback who also passed for 95 yards, ran 57 yards for a touchdown on a draw play.
Glass, the 200-meter champion in the Mission League, had touchdown runs of 10 and 13 yards. And Harris' most impressive burst of speed came when St. Paul tailback Dwight Tardy seemed headed for a touchdown, only to be dragged down from behind by a charging Harris.
Notre Dame's offensive line, led by guard Anthony Santa Croce, was in top form. And so was Knight junior kicker Kai Forbath, who made field goals of 18 and 20 yards, making him 14 of 14 on field-goal attempts. He also sent eight kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks, giving him 44 touchbacks in 53 kickoffs this season.
Tardy did his best to keep St. Paul (4-3, 1-1) competitive, rushing for 178 yards in 14 carries and scoring on a 10-yard run with 3:20 left in the first quarter to briefly tie the score, 7-7.
But the Swordsmen couldn't stop Notre Dame's rushing attack.
The Knights scored on all four of their first-half possessions and rolled up 259 yards rushing in opening a 24-7 halftime lead.
Notre Dame's defense was burned for several long gainers in the first half. Tardy had runs of 28 and 42 yards. Tight end Phil Molina seemed to roam the field uncovered, catching three passes for 96 yards.
But the Knights, who are trying to win their third consecutive Southern Sections Division III championship, countered with interceptions by Green, Matthew Estrada and Shane Horton.
St. Francis 31, Alemany 7
Chaminade 52, Harvard-Westlake 0
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Rosemead 21, Mountain View 6
South El Monte 42, El Monte 28
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Serrano 33, Sultana 14
Sierra Vista 14, Duarte 0
Azusa 34, La Puente 32
Bassett 49, Workman 28
Lakewood 41, Long Beach Wilson 6
Long Beach Poly 52,Compton 6
Long Beach Cabrillo 41, Long Beach Jordan 40
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Centennial 63, Valley View 42
Norco 21, Moreno Valley 3
Corona Santiago 31, Corona 26
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 21, Chaffey 7
Brandon Edwards rushed for 226 yards in 22 carries and scored twice to lead the Panthers in a Mt. Baldy League game at Chaffey.
Edwards, a 5-foot-8, 170-pound senior, scored on a seven-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter to give Diamond Ranch a 14-7 lead. He added a 62-yard touchdown run with 7:59 left. Edwards has rushed for 1,343 yards in 157 carries this season.
Diamond Ranch (5-1-1, 2-0) had 151 total yards in the first half but did not score an offensive touchdown. Charles Brown, a 6-6, 250-pound defensive end who has committed to USC, knocked the ball from Chaffey quarterback Jorge Gonzalez midway through the second quarter and pounced on it in the end zone for a 7-0 lead.
Chaffey (6-1, 1-1), which had accumulated only nine total yards and no first downs to that point, followed with a six-play, 66-yard drive that was capped by running back David Naeta's 10-yard touchdown reception from Gonzalez, tying the score, 7-7.
The Tigers drove to the nine-yard line late in the first half, but Gonzalez was sacked for a loss of 11 yards and, two plays later, could not get out of bounds on a scramble to stop the clock before time expired.
Montclair 41, Ontario 35 (OT)
Beverly Hills 24, Inglewood 14
Spencer Paysinger of host Beverly Hills (2-5, 1-1) had four receptions for 112 yards and touchdowns of 28 and 48 yards against Inglewood (0-7, 0-2). Meyer Linter of Beverly Hills completed seven of 19 passes for 127 yards and teammate Marcus Jones gained 57 yards in 12 carrries.
Santa Monica 28, Morningside 18
Daniel Locke returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown for visiting Santa Monica (5-2, 2-0). Lafayette Fletcher gained 180 yards in 27 carries for Morningside (3-4, 0-2).
Hawthorne 21, Culver City 3
Cerritos Valley Christian 27, L.A. Baptist 17
Savanna 53, Santa Ana Valley 14
Western 55, Magnolia 7
Atascadero at Righetti (postponed)
A Pac-5 League football game between Atascadero and Righetti highs that was to take place Friday night at Righetti has been rescheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday as a result of a bomb threat made by an Atascadero student at that school Friday morning, Greyhounds Coach Vic Cooper said.
Police were called, and bomb-dectecting dogs were used in a sweep of the campus, which was evacuated just before noon. According to Cooper, no explosives were found, but the disturbance left the Greyhounds' players and coaches unable to return to school to retreive their football gear, prompting postponement of the game.
"I don't imagine they were very happy. I wasn't very happy, either. We wanted to play tonight," Cooper said. "But everybody's safe and sound."
Atascadero is 2-4, with an 0-1 mark in Pac-5 League play. Rigehetti is 3-4, including 0-1 in league.
Arroyo Grande 24, Paso Robles 18
Crescenta Valley 35, Glendale 8
Arcadia 39, Pasadena 20
Muir 34, Hoover 12
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Northwood 27, Corona del Mar 14
Quarterback Dan Selway threw four touchdown passes to lead Northwood (4-1-2, 2-0) at Newport Harbor High School.
Tesoro 41, Laguna Beach 0
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 30, Channel Islands 24
Rio Mesa 23, Oxnard Pacifica 8
Hueneme 27, Oxnard 12
Lawndale 28, Palos Verdes 21
North Torrance 49, El Segundo 7
Torrance 38, Compton Centennial 18
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Blair 36, La Canada 35
Running back Sean Smith gained 268 yards in 20 carries and Jasper Knowles scored on a 99-yard kickoff return to open the third quarter for Blair (4-3, 1-1), which outscored visiting La Canada, 22-21, in the third quarter to account for the final margin.
South Pasadena 13, San Marino 9
Senior wide receiver Baron Lee scored on a 23-yard reverse in the first quarter and caught a 38-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter for visiting South Pasadena (6-0-1, 2-0). South Pasadena's defense stopped San Marino twice inside the 20-yard line and once inside the 30-yard line in the fourth quarter.Chris Yortsos threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Matt Wilson in the third quarter for San Marino (2-5, 0-2).
Monrovia 14, Temple City 10
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Arroyo Valley 26, Pacific 6
San Bernardino 48, Carter 36
San Gorgonio 15, Cajon 13
SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE
South Hills 42, Nogales 21
South Hills (4-3, 2-0) scored 28 points in the first half. Nogales is 3-4, 0-1.
Walnut 13, West Covina 10
Travis Esquivel threw a 60-yard touchdown to Ricky Parkhouse in the third quarter to wipe out a 10-7 deficit for host Walnut (7-0, 2-0). West Covina is 4-2-1, 0-2.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Dominguez 31, Lynwood 3
Elijah Wesson had 13 carries for 165 yards and two touchdowns and Jeron Johnson had a 75-yard interception return for a touchdown and 12 tackles for host Dominguez (6-1, 2-0). Lynwood is 1-6, 0-2.
SANTA FE LEAGUE
Cantwell-Sacred Heart 35, St. Genevieve 20
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Foothill 35, Laguna Hills 25
Daniel Kirkpatrick was 21 of 29 passing for 297 yards and three touchdowns for Foothill (3-3-1, 1-0-1). Zack Leffel ran for 96 yards and two touchdowns in 20 carries, Shawn Gentry caught six passes for 98 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns and Steve Gonzalez added eight catches for 98 yards for the Knights. Laguna Hills is 0-7, 0-2.
Woodbridge 18, Irvine 7
Bishop Amat 37, Santa Margarita 34
William Wagner scored on a one-yard run with one second remaining to give the Lancers (4-3, 1-1) the victory at Saddleback College. Santa Margarita (3-4, 0-2) led, 34-17, before Bishop Amat scored the final 20 points of the game.
Chino Hills 21, Ayala 16
Jason Basham recovered a fumble and returned it 23 yards for a touchdown early in the second half to give Chino Hills (6-1, 1-1) a 14-10 lead. Corey Nolen gained 150 yards in 13 carries and Kevin Guppy scored on a 16-yard run for Chino Hills' final touchdown with 3:51 left in the third quarter. Jesse Quintana caught an eight-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter for Ayala (1-6, 0-2).
Damien 35, Diamond Bar 21
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Mission Viejo 49, Trabuco Hills 6
Chane Moline rushed for 133 yards in 12 carries and scored four touchdowns for No. 1 Mission Viejo (7-0, 2-0) at Trabuco Hills (3-4, 1-1).Moline scored on a pair of one-yard runs and also had touchdowns runs of 12 and 35 yards, all in the first half. Moline caught three passes for 53 yards to help the Diablos take a 21-3 lead after the first quarter and a 42-3 advantage at the half.Mark Sanchez was 10 of 16 passing for 166 yards and had scoring passes of six, 13 and 32 yards for Mission Viejo.
Capistrano Valley 21, El Toro 14
Chaparral 52, Rancho Verde 14
Junior Donnell Fulford gained 196 yards and scored on runs of 14, two and nine yards and junior Joey Madrid had five carries for 88 yards and scored on a one-yard run for Chaparral (4-2, 1-1), which gained 372 yards in 50 rushing attempts at Rancho Verde.Victor Gonzalez had a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown for the Pumas. The interception was his third of the season.Terry Marcus scored both touchdowns for Rancho Verde (5-2, 1-1) on a 69-yard reception from Corey Barber in the first quarter and a 98-yard kickoff return in the third quarter.
Temescal Canyon 45, Temecula Valley 35
Each team scored twice in the first minute, but it was four turnovers by Temecula Valley that made the difference in the Southwestern League game at Temecula Valley.
Three first-half turnovers -- two fumbles and an interception -- were converted into 20 points by Temescal Canyon, which included 11- and 10-yard scoring runs by quarterback Myles Eden.
Eden finished with 11 carries for 91 yards, and Jared Zinda rushed 20 times for 159 and two touchdowns of seven yards as the Eagles (7-0, 2-0) gained 388 yards and put themselves in the driver's seat for a third consecutive league title.
Antonio Williams carried 23 times for 200 yards and touchdowns of 79, nine, eight and one yard for Temecula Valley (4-3, 1-1), which finished with 436 total yards. Melvin Blackmon completed 16 of 30 passes for 230 yards and a 33-yard touchdown to Greg Waters, but he also had two passes intercepted by Maurice Clark.
Clark scored a pivotal touchdown late in the first half, taking a cross-field lateral pass from Joey Villegas on a kickoff return and covering 75 yards to give Temescal Canyon a 35-21 lead with less than two minutes left.
The other big play was Temecula Valley's fumble on the game-opening kickoff, recovered by Austin Welshiemer at the Temecula Valley 33-yard line. Three plays later, just 42 seconds into the game, Zinda had his first score.
Temescal Canyon got the ball to open the second half and opened a 21-point lead when Zinda scored his second touchdown for a 42-21 advantage.
Murrieta Valley 35, Vista Murrieta 0
La Mirada 48, Cerritos 12
Artesia 29, Bellflower 28
Mayfair 34, Glenn 0
Hemet 42, Perris 0
Paloma Valley 14, Vista del Lago 13
West Valley 28, Elsinore 22
Kaiser 42, Rubidoux 6
Norte Vista 45, Jurupa Valley 13
Bloomington 60, Ramona 6
Fountain Valley 28, Huntington Beach 6
Esperanza 35, Marina 7
Nordhoff 61, Fillmore 14
Oak Park 28, Bishop Diego 0
Carpinteria 32, Santa Paula 27
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Northview 55, Baldwin Park 0
Pomona 62, Ganesha 6
Mary Star 32, Salesian 7
Andrew Bradford scored three rushing touchdowns to lead Mary Star (2-5) over Salesian (3-4) at Daniels Field in San Pedro.
Montclair Prep 38, Downey Calvary Chapel 8
Ethan Edwards carried 25 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns and Marlon Yates rushed for 74 yards, scored twice and threw a touchdown pass to Josh Jennings for the Mounties (5-2) at Valley College. Downey Calvary Chapel fell to 2-4-1.
Oaks Christian 63, Ontario Christian 26
Joe Giuliani scored three touchdowns on 19- and 22-yard receptions and a 41-yard interception return for host Oaks Christian (7-0). Ontario Christian dropped to 6-1.
Aquinas 35, Anza Hamilton 14
Capistrano Valley Christian 28, Saddleback Valley Christian 7
Great Oak 51, Animo 6
Hacienda Heights Wilson 14, Rowland 13
Malibu 19, Chadwick 18
Millikan 20, Paramount 13
Sage Hill 14, Sherman Indian 0
Silverado 49, Rim of the World 6
Vasquez 47, Silver Valley 6
El Cajon Christian 48, Arrowhead Christian 22
COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Cuyama Valley 78, Mission Prep 42
Liberty Christian 54, Southlands Christian 28
St. Michael's Prep 58, Eastside Christian 54
Trona 48, Lone Pine 0
Trona is 5-2, 1-0. Lone Pine is 1-6, 0-2.
Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 52, Calvary Baptist 6
Redlands Calvary Chapel 24, Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 21
Riverside Christian 49, Upland Christian 19
Riverside Christian (3-3, 2-1) scored two touchdowns each in the second, third and fourth quarters.Dylan Kershaw had two touchdown passes and Josh Rasmussen scored a rushing touchdown for host Upland Christian (0-7, 0-3).
Kings Christian 40, Maricopa 20
Thursday, Oct. 21
Upland 41, Alta Loma 28
St. Bonaventure 44, Buena 0
Orange Lutheran 43, La Palma Kennedy 3
Placentia Valencia 49, Katella 0
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 17, Rancho Alamitos 15
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Orange 20, Saddleback 9
Westminster 42, Estancia 7
Riverside North 28, Arlington 0
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 28, Gabrielino 6
What started off with a bang for Gabrielino turned into a very long night at Alhambra Keppel High, where Arroyo intercepted four passes and seized control of the Mission Valley League.
Quarterback Paul Zuniga of Gabrielino (6-1, 1-1), in his first game since being stabbed in his leg on Oct. 2, completed 17 of 37 passes for 296 yards. His screen pass to Jonathan Omar on the Eagles' first play from scrimmage covered 77 yards, but the point-after attempt was blocked by Charles Kiem.
Arroyo's Raul Ramirez scored the first of his two touchdowns from seven yards, culminating an 85-yard drive. His second score came from one yard with seven seconds left in the first half. He finished with 121 yards in 28 carries.
Arroyo (7-0, 2-0) broke the game open when Sergio Leon returned the second of his two interceptions 40 yards for a 21-6 lead. Quarterback Dominic Salmon ran in from 11 yards to make it 28-6 with 5:21 left in the third quarter.
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUEArroyo 28, Gabrielino 6
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Hesperia 22, Apple Valley 15
Century 28, Anaheim 19
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUESanta Ana Calvary Chapel 33, Irvine University 28
SANTA FE LEAGUE
Bell-Jeff 50, Murphy 0
Derek Leiphardt rushed for 110 yards and returned a punt 81 yards for a touchdown for visiting Bell-Jeff (7-1, 2-0).
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Newport Harbor 21, Aliso Viejo Aliso Niguel 7
In his second game back from a left elbow injury, Trevor Theriot rushed for 135 yards in 28 carries to lead the Sailors in a Sea View League game at Newport Harbor High.
Theriot, a 6-1, 225-pound pound senior, dislocated his elbow in the third week against Corona del Mar, an injury that still prevents him from straightening his arm. He rushed for 199 yards last week in a 10-10 tie against Santa Ana Foothill, a result that knocked the Sailors from the top 25.
Spencer Link also keyed the Newport Harbor offense, catching seven passes for 118 yards and scoring on a 44-yard reverse in the second quarter, one play after he caught a 34-yard pass up the sideline.
Alex Orth blocked a punt in the fourth quarter and then scored on a 31-yard touchdown pass on the ensuing drive to give the Sailors (6-0-1, 1-0-1) a 21-0 lead.
Newport Haerbor's defense, which recorded four sacks, kept Aliso Niguel (6-1, 1-1) out of the endzone until Tyler Zanolli scored on a 59-yard touchdown pass with 6 minutes 18 seconds remaining. Zanolli finished with nine catches for 116 yards.
Chino 17, Glendora 14
Durrell Chamorro of Chino had a tough first half Thursday night against Glendora, but redeemed himself by kicking a 35-yard game-winning field goal with 1 minute 49 seconds left to play in a 17-14 victory at Citrus College.
Chamorro, among the top kickers in the Southland, missed field goals of 39 and 41 yards in a scoreless first half, but made one when it counted.
"As a kicker, you always just think about the next kick," said Chamorro, a senior put in a game-winning situation for the first time in his career. "I just had to focus."
Chamorro's kick was set up by a Shawn Oatis interception at the Glendora 24 with 3:42 to play. Chino (6-1, 2-0) had tied the score at 14-14 a minute earlier. A low snap started the attempt, but holder Art Gracia recovered and set up the ball in time for Chamorro's boot.
R.J. Stanford led Chino with 144 yards and a touchdown in 25 carries. Gracia completed 11 of 18 passes for 113 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Jacob Cook completed 13 of 25 passes for 162 yards and two touchdowns for Glendora (5-2, 1-1), but also threw two interceptions.
Loyola 40, Servite 18
Chino 17, Glendora 14
Los Alamitos 31, Edison 24
In a game full of drama and countless clutch plays, Los Alamitos pulled out a 31-24, double-overtime victory over Huntington Beach Edison when Brian Shrock's fourth-down pass fell incomplete at the five-yard line Thursday night at Gahr High in Cerritos.
"It was unbelievable," Los Alamitos Coach John Barnes said of a Sunset League game in which both teams seemingly refused to accept a loss.
Los Alamitos (6-1, 2-0), ranked No. 6 in the Southland by the Times, tied the score at 17-17 with four seconds left in regulation on a 32-yard field goal Dustin Abrams. That brought to a close a hectic fourth quarter in which Shrock was at one point the goat before becoming a hero for No. 3 Edison (5-2, 1-1).
Shrock, who completed 24 of 36 passes for 286 yards, had a pass intercepted by Orlando Scandrick, who returned the ball to the Edison five-yard line.
Jeremy Childs then caught a six-yard touchdown pass from Jim Barnes with 6:07 left to put the Griffins ahead, 14-10.Shrock then directed a 12-play, 70-yard drive that he kept alive with a 14-yard pass to Jimmy Flanagan on fourth down. Shrock scored the go-ahead touchdown with a two-yard run with 1:48 left.
In the first overtime, which allows each team the ball at the 25-yard line with four plays to score, Edison scored on a 23-yard pass from Shrock to Flanagan. Los Alamitos tied the score, 24-24, when Childs, who finished with 16 catches for 169 yards, caught a two-yard pass from Barnes.
Cortes Rice put Los Alamitos ahead for good with a 13-yard touchdown run in the second overtime. Rice finished with 183 yards rushing in 21 carries, including a 79-yard touchdown run on the second play of the game.
Edison received a stellar defensive performance in the fourth quarter from linebacker Josh Gage, who on one series recorded three tackles for losses against Rice. Los Alamitos responded with fourth-quarter sacks by linebacker John Hale and lineman Mike Aguayo.
The game-tying field goal by Abrams was déjà vu for his family. His older brother, Matt, defeated Edison with a game-winning field goal in 1997.
"That's why we play football," said an exhausted Edison defensive lineman Logan Galitski.
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 33, Covina 30
Shawn Boaz kicked a 26-yard field goal with nine seconds left to break a 30-30 tie and give San Dimas (5-2) the victory at Covina District Stadium.
With 6:57 remaining, Covina (3-4) drove 70 yards to score the tying touchdown. After both teams had to punt after not making first downs, San Dimas got the ball with 3:30 remaining and drove to the Colts' nine-yard line to set up the winning kick.
Boaz, a senior wide receiver and safety, also had two touchdown catches in the game as he finished with seven receptions for 135 yards.
Brethren Christian 45, Viewpoint 3
Backup quarterback Tommy Kilbane completed 15 of 28 passes for 338 yards and threw six touchdown passes in the lopsided victory.
Kilbane, a junior, made his second start of the season in place of Derrick Connor, who is out with a knee injury. Jeramy Knepper caught 10 of those passes for 202 yards and scores of 30 and 10 yards. Jeff Shakespeare also kicked a career-best 41-yard field goal for Brethren Christian (6-1).
Daniel Sulitzer kicked a 30-yard field to give Viewpoint (2-5) a first-quarter lead at Long Beach St. Anthony.
Gahr 26, Norwalk 14
Bloomington Christian 56, Price 6
Cameron Smith ran for four touchdowns and 124 yards on nine carries for Bloomington (6-1, 2-1). Jordan Newton added 59 yards on three rushing attempts.
Stanley Patterson caught a 60-yard pass from Elijah Brown on the first play of the game for Price (1-6), which had its homecoming called off after halftime due to the mercy rule.