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The TEN: 11/17/2017

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Arroyo Win Leaves Lakeside by Roadside, 35-6

By Joe Torosian (El Monte)–The Arroyo Knights scored in each quarter and put the contest into a running clock mode before closing out a 35-6 victory over the Lakeside Lancers on Friday in the first round the CIF playoffs at B.L. Bergstrom Stadium.

Southmen Ride Boldly And Defeat El Dorado, 50-7

By Rich Whittington (The Swamp)—Sometimes getting to a championship requires riding over The Mountains of the Moon and down The Valley of the Shadow …The South El Monte Eagles began that journey on Friday night and had no trouble in their 2017 CIF playoff opener as they routed the visiting El Dorado Golden Hawks, 50-7.

Burbank Outlasts Tustin, 55-42

Bulldogs Put Burroughs in The Bank, 41-14

By Joe Torosian (Burbank)–The Burbank Bulldogs got monster performances out of Duncan Smith, Matt Porras, Darnell Williams and froth at the mouth defense to take a 41-14 victory over the rival Burroughs Indians on Friday night at Memorial District Field.

The TEN: 11/3/2017

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Arcadia Takes Down CV, 22-16

By Tom Hendrickson (Glendale)—Max Davila’s 18-yard touchdown pass to Frankie Contreras with 32-seconds remaining gave the Arcadia Apaches a 22-16 victory over the Crescenta Valley Falcons on Thursday night at Moyse Stadium on the campus of Glendale High School.

Rams & Bowman Blast Sparta, 33-13

By Joe Torosian (La Canada)—The Temple City Rams came, saw and conquered the La Canada Spartans, 33-13, on Friday night in a Week Nine, Rio Hondo League, match.

The TEN: 10/27/2017

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Bank Crashes Falcons Party, 37-20

By Tom Hendrickson (Glendale)–The Burbank Bulldogs blew out to a 27-0 lead an held on for a 37-20 victory over the Crescenta Valley Falcons on Friday night in a Pacific Leauge showdown at Moyse Stadium on the campus of Glendale High School.