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By Alex Gonzalez (La Canada) —With eight seconds left in regulation, Henry Ikahihifo hauled in Marshall Saul’s game-winning touchdown pass to give Paraclete the 56-49 win over St. Francis Friday night at Friedman Field.
By Alex Gonzalez (El Monte) —Ernesto Camacho tossed three touchdown passes and Adrian Calvillo added a rushing score in the Knights 49-7 blowout win over Rosemead Friday night at B.L. Bergstrom Stadium to open Mission Valley league play.
By Alex Gonzalez (Pasadena)— Brentwood quarterback Cole Lourd threw for 245 yards and tossed two touchdowns in the Eagles 42-9 win over Maranatha Friday night at Maranatha High school.
By Alex Gonzalez (Hacienda Heights) — Glendora running Xzavier Ford tallied 167 rushing yards and scored three touchdowns in the Tartans 24-10 win over Los Altos Friday night at Patrick J Mauch Memorial Stadium.
By Alex Gonzalez (Covina) — James Jimenez throws four passing touchdowns and adds a rushing score in Northview’s 51-6 win over West Covina Friday night at Covina District Field.
By Alex Gonzalez (Los Angeles) — Tailback Terence Simon Jr. punched in three rushing touchdowns including two in the second half to give Cathedral a 33-10 victory over Arcadia Friday night at Balzano Family Field.
By Alex Gonzalez (Temple City) – Senior forward William Delgado dropped 23-points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help lead the Moors to a 63-59 victory over Temple City Friday night at Temple City High.
(Chino) — Don Lugo runningback Khoury Bethley tallied 172 yards and four touchdowns in the Conquistadores 28-7 win over Burbank in the Semi-final round of the Divison 7 CIF-SS playoffs Friday night at Don Lugo High School.
By Alex Gonzalez (La Canada) — With less than 40 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Golden Knight cornerback Kevin Armstead picked off Andrew Henriquez’ pass on the 18-yard line sealing St. Francis’ 31-27 win over La Serna in the Division 3 CIF Southern Section first round playoff Friday night at Friedman Field.
By Alex Gonzalez (Glendora) — Josh Lopez threw three touchdown passes and Andrew Carrazco compiled 214 yards of total offense in Nogales’ 41-10 win over Azusa, claiming their first Montview League title since 1991.