Crescenta Valley 56, San Marino 53
San Marino High School has shown during the first two weeks of the football season that it can score points in bunches.
But eventually, you have to be able to stop someone.
The Titans couldn’t Thursday night.
Brian Gadsby threw for 490 yards and six touchdowns and Kevin Hello scored twice, including a blocked punt return, and Crescenta Valley outscored San Marino at Glendale High School.
Chase Walker had 101 yards receiving and a touchdown from Crescenta Valley, which improved to 2-0. Carson Glazier threw for 234 yards and three touchdowns in the second half for the Titans, who slipped to 1-1.
Glazier threw a 5-yard TD pass and a two-point conversion toss to Tyler Spitzer with 2:25 left. But Crescenta Valley got possession after the onside kick and ran out the clock.
Rosemead 41, South Torrance 33
Freshman Isaia Ah-Hing threw for 231 yards and three scores and the Panthers scored their first victory of the season.
Ah-Hing completed nine passes in the second half, including two for touchdowns as Rosemead overcame a 27-20 deficit.
Rosemead coach Marc Paramo: “We were conservative (last week) and I told my offensive coordinator to go out and play. What’s the difference if we start a frosh quarterback or a sophomore quarterback who has never played varsity football? There is no pressure.”
Ah-Hing: “My second start could not be better. It felt great to let my teammates do what they can do.”