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Mayfair States Its Case, 52-21

By Tim Peterson (Bellflower) – Mayfair jumped out in front early and finished it off late in a 52-21 rout of Mt. Miguel Saturday night in the Division 3-A State Regional Bowl.

Late Rally Puts Lancers in a Winning State of Mind

By Tim Peterson (Whittier)- La Serna went on a 27-0 fourth quarter run to beat Orange Vista 49-32 Friday night in the Division 2-AA State Regional Bowl at California High School.

Chargers Turn it Over to Ravens, 20-10

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood) – The Chargers turned the ball over four times and ultimately couldn’t overcome the mistakes in a 20-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday before 70, 240 Sunday Night Football fans at SoFi Stadium.

Torrance Too Much for West Covina

By Tim Peterson (West Covina) – Torrance shut out West Covina in the second half and went on to beat the Bulldogs 23-7 to win the CIF Division 10 championship Saturday night at West Covina High.

Santa Ana College Football Coach Anthony White Passes Away After Battling Cancer

By Tim Peterson Santa Ana College head football coach Anthony White, 42, passed away early Friday morning after a bout with cancer the school confirmed.

Kares Stop Santa Monica; Win Division 9 Crown

By Tim Peterson (Santa Monica) – Santa Monica quarterback Wyatt Brown’s pass on a two-point conversion attempt was knocked down by the Rio Hondo Prep defense with no time remaining and the Kares beat the Vikings 29-27 Friday night to win the CIF Division 9 championship.

Cal State LA Holds on to Beat Cougars

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Ken West’s shot caromed off the backboard and a scramble for the rebound ensued as the final seconds ticked off. But the buzzer sounded and Cal State LA escaped with a 70-68 win over Azusa Pacific Tuesday night at Felix Events Center.

Game Night: CIF Playoffs- Finals

All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated:

Quinsey One and Done at Whittier

By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – Whittier has parted ways with head football coach Todd Quinsey after one season multiple sources have confirmed.

Bruins Roll in Crosstown Clash

By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – UCLA scored 14 points in 16 seconds early in the third quarter to blow open a tight game and went on to beat USC 38-20 Saturday in front of 72, 243 at the LA Memorial Coliseum.