Thursday Night Aftermath: Muir extends Turkey Tussle win streak to 13 with 14-6 win over rival Pasadena; Villalobos leads San Gabriel to Almont League title with 21-10 win over Schurr; Alhambra clinches second; Temple City wins final game, 56-0.


Thursday’s Results
Muir 14, Pasadena 6 — Josh Washington led the second-half charge, capping a clock-chewing 18-play drive with a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. He then connected with Kevon Seymour on a 44-yard touchdown pass to beat Pasadena and win its 13th straight win in the Turkey Tussle. Riian Simpson returned a punt 57 yards in the first quarter to put the Bulldogs on the scoreboard. But Pasadena could not convert three red zone possessions and had three turnovers in the second half to seal the game.

Monrovia 34, South Pasadena 22 — Marquise Bias had a big night with 118 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries. Luke Williams had three catches for 103 yards and a touchdown and an interception that set up a Wildcats score. Blake Heyworth went 8 of 18 for 225 yards and a touchdown. South Pasadena had five turnovers, the ball game.

Alhambra 27, Bell Gardens 24 — Moors had a 13-point halftime lead before Bell Gardens scored the next 17. By the end of the third quarter, though, Alhambra had the lead when Josh Mendoza connected on a 38-yard touchdown pass to Ezra Broadus. Moors finish second in Almont League behind San Gabriel.

San Gabriel 21, Schurr 10 — Quarterback Andy Guerrero led a balanced attack, rushing 22 times for 129 yards and a touchdown. He completed 12 of 20 for 206 yards and two touchdowns. Alex Villalobos had five catches for 81 yards and two touchdowns. The San Gabriel defense created five turnovers, and that was key.

San Marino 37, La Canada 13 — Kwame Do had a monster night for the Titans, rushing for 224 yards on 32 carries and four touchdowns. The Titans defense recorded five sacks and recorded a safety. San Marino finishes in second in the Rio Hondo League with a 4-1 record.

Temple City 56, Blair 0 — Rams had a strong running attack, led by Jamie Dea, who had a 116 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries. Roger Tsung had 123 yards and one touchdown on nine carries. Temple City coach Mike McFarland said it was a great way to finish off a rough season, and that next season expect the Rams to be competitive again.

Montebello 39, Keppel 0
Gabrielino 7, Mountain View 6
South El Monte 33, Rosemead 31
Sierra Vista 27, Duarte 21

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