POSTGAME … Saturday Morning Quarterback …Top-ranked Los Altos goes down, Duarte-Gladstone ends in brawl

Above: This taken from a spectator when fight breaks out between Gladstone and Duarte. I’ll have a different thread on this incident later this weekend.

Above: Duarte’s Desmond Hayes eludes a defender during Falcons 34-3 win

Friday’s results
Duarte 34, Gladstone 3 — I’ll explain this later, game ends in brawl with 3:28 left. Chris Harris look great though, rushing for 215 yards and three touchdowns.
Bonita 28, Northview 12 — Podley continues to work magic with Bearcats; Saints next
Damien 14, Charter Oak 14 — What, no overtime? Give Spartans credit for bouncing back after last week’s loss.
South Hills 28, Fullerton 7 — Not surprised they won, but shocked at how easy it was
St. Francis 35, Los Altos 21 — I have to watch the video. I can’t explain how the team I saw last week loses at St. Francis and gives up 35 points.

Above: St. Francis QB Austin Heyworth running for a touchdown against Conqs.

Rancho Cucamonga 42, West Covina 21 — Too many athletes for Bulldogs to keep up with
Wilson 42, Montebello 20 — Chalk up another solid win for Wildcats
Rosemead 34, Temple City 12 –– Took a while for Panthers to finish them off
Azusa 39, Sierra Vista 14 — Aztecs could be a force in Montview
Don Lugo 22, Rowland 21 — Another close loss for Raiders
Corona del Mar 22, South El Monte 14 — Closer than I expected
La Puente 39, Workman 9 — These Warriors are a force
El Monte 22, Baldwin Park 21 – Lions go for two and win on final play of the game
Arroyo 28, El Rancho 21 — Didn’t think Knights would struggle, but they did
Diamond Ranch 15, Ayala 12 – Ranch struggles with team that beat Duarte
Nogales 7, Montclair 3 — One touchdown is all it takes

Thursday’s results
Glendora 28, West Ranch 14 — Tartans look flat early, but bounce back and beat a very good West Ranch team.
Troy 42, Diamond Bar 38 — Brahmas lose, but make their point. If I’m one of the so-called Sierra League favorites, the Brahmas would worry me.

Tribune’s Top Ten Leaders
Nico Barbone (San Dimas) 81-752, 10 TDs
Bryce Mahmud-McBride (Los Altos) 71-685 8 TDs
Tim Gilmore (Wilson) 53-610, 9 TDs
Chris Harris (Duarte) 69-521, 7 TDs
Luke Ayala (El Monte) 70-433, 4 TDs
Brian Spirlin (DRanch) 42-387, 2 TDs
Jonathan Mendoza (South El Monte) 68-373, 3 TDs
Robert Cruz (La Puente) 68-331, 4 TDs
Rey Lizarraga (Arroyo) 48-241, 0 TDs
Jake Vega (Glendora) 45-223, 3 TDs

Justin Flores (Sierra Vista) 56-96-1,039, 4 TDs
Terry Paradez (Bonita) 56-88-748, 8 TDs
Brian Partida (Arroyo) 53-92-643, 8 TDs
Hunter Warren (Diamond Bar) 32-58-604, 4 TDs
Angel Alejandre (Rosemead) 40-78-548, 3 TDs
Miguel Rodriguez (El Monte) 35-67-548, 3 TDs
Andrew Tomsio (Wilson) 25-43-503, 5 TDs
Jose Garay (South El Monte) 31-65-476, 4 TDs
Austin Goldsmith (Duarte) 28-61-448, 4 TDs
Chris Allen (Charter Oak) 35-62-393, 2 TDs

Damien Lemon (Sierra Vista) 28-655, 6 TDs
Andrew Romero (Wilson) 14-307, 4 TDs
Sergio Rameriz (Sierra Vista) 16-279, 0 TDs
Angel Ontivios (Sierra Vista) 17-271, 1 TD
Taylor Herrera (Damien) 21-250, 2 TDs
Kyle Warren (Diamond Bar) 21-250, 2 TDs
Robert Paniagua (El Monte) 14-231, NA
Kevin Jones (Northview) 10-227, 4 TDs
Manny Acosta (South El Monte), 10-209, 1 TDs

Note: Statistics provided by MaxPreps and stats reported to this newspaper.

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