Muir, Alhambra bounced in opening round
San Gabriel running back Nick Castillo (20) runs for a first down during the first half against Santa Fe in the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Southeast Division playoffs. Castillo scored a pair of touchdowns, including one in overtime to give the Matadors a 14-7 victory. (Pasadena Star-News Staff Photo Keith Birmingham)
Cajon 28, Muir 19 – A shocking end to the Mustangs’ season. Walter Kazee runs for 285 yards on 41 carries for Cajon, while Willie Youngblood has 171 yards on 20 carries in the final game of his career at Muir.
Rancho Verde 53, Arcadia 28 – Short-handed Apaches bounced from postseason.
Pasadena 51, Chaffey 46 – Bulldogs come up huge in road victory.
East Valley Division
Big Bear 21, Rio Hondo Prep 7 – Kares can’t overcome the Bears.
Ontario Christian 46, Flintridge Prep 17 – Rebels outmatched in Ontario.
Monrovia 28, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 21 – Wildcats earn first-round victory.
Temple City 25, La Puente 20 – Rams advance to second round with win over Warriors.
Blair 56, Malibu 0 – Raheem Broadnex runs for 141 yards and two touchdowns to lead Vikings.
La Salle 30, Azusa 3 – Chase Rettig throws for 143 yards in the win.
Maranatha 28, Boron 20 – Minutemen pull out a close one at home.
San Gabriel 14, Santa Fe 7, OT – Matadors get all they can handle from Chiefs.
La Serna 28, Alhambra 27 – A bitter end to the careers of Anthony Brown, Dushine Smith and possibly coach Gil Ruedaflores.
Schurr 27, Rosemead – The end of the line comes early for the Panthers.
Second Round Matchups
Pasadena at Canyon Springs
La Salle at Santa Clara
Bishop Diego at Temple City
Blair at Cerritos Valley Christian
Paraclete at Monrovia
St. Margaret’s at Maranatha
San Gabriel at La Habra