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CIF Southern Section Playoff scores from around the Mid Valley area:
(Santa Fe Springs) The La Serna Lancers traveled to St. Paul Friday night for a quarterfinal match in the CIF Division V playoffs. The two teams battled for 48 minutes and traded the lead four times before Swordman Angel Garcia picked off an Andrew Henriquez pass at the St. Paul five as time expired preserving […]
(Arcadia) The Arcadia Apaches opened the first round of the CIF Division VIII football playoffs against the Agoura Chargers and cruised to a 56-7 win Friday night at Salter Stadium.
(Arcadia) The Crescenta Valley Falcons traveled to Arcadia Friday night with hopes for a win and with some help at least a part of the Pacific League title. The Apaches weren’t having any of it and trounced the Falcons 43-10 to stay unbeaten in league and capture the title.
(Downey) The Warren Bears and the Downey Vikings collided Friday night in the annual neighborhood battle and the Bears dominated the Vikings 48-28 at Allen Layne Stadium on the campus of Downey High School.
(El Monte) The Arroyo Knights and the South El Monte Eagles collided Friday night at the Swamp in a key Mission Valley League matchup. Although a high scoring contest was anticipated, the Knights escaped with a 17-10 victory.
(La Mirada) Darius Perrantes accounted for five scores to lead the Golden Knights past Mayfair 51-41 Friday night while his counterpart Joshua Calvin did what he could to keep pace throwing for 410 yards and three touchdowns as the teams amassed 92 points at La Mirada High School.
(Whittier) The La Serna Lancers and the Warren Bears battled for 48 minutes Friday night and put 93 points on the board between them. In the end the Bears squeaked out a one point victory 47-46 over the Lancers.
By Duane Barker (La Puente) Bishop Amat got a pick six from Devin Jarvis and a 52-yard punt return from Jaden Allen and took care of business at home with a 42-21 win over the visiting Cathedral Phantoms Friday night.
By Duane Barker (Glendora, CA) On a warm Saturday evening at Citrus Stadium, the APU Cougars lit up the scoreboard to the tune of 58 points while holding the Simon Fraser Clan to just 14 to start GNAC Conference play.