Rancho Cucamonga 35, Charter Oak 25 — What can I say that you didn’t see on television. The Chargers were up 14-0 and in control late in the first half when disaster struck. The ten-point switch in the final six seconds on the block punt that was returned for a TD tied the score 14-14, but more importantly sapped the confidence, energy and swagger from the Chargers for good.
Bishop Amat 29, Damien 20 — No doubt the Lancers jump to No. 1 next week heading into the showdown against St. Bonaventure. Any predictions how the Lancers finish the final 7?
Monrovia 36, San Dimas 17 –– I never expected this. It looks like like its good times in M-Town again. When I’m wrong, I say I’m wrong. Our reporter Scott French said the Cats will go 14-0.
Chino Hills 17, Diamond Ranch 14 — You know what the Panthers are doing, saving it for the Miramonte and another late season run. Yeah right.
Rowland 49, Northview 22 — The Raiders continue to pile on the points, third straight blowout win.
West Covina 22, Glendora 21 — The Bulldogs needed this in the worst way and got it, avoiding 0-4 while dropping the suddenly what’s-going-on Tartans to 1-3.
Bonita 9, Baldwin Park 3 — You knew the Bearcats were better than their record indicated, and they proved it against the undefeated Braves.
Azusa 34, Gabrielino 20 — We’re starting to find out the Aztecs weren’t a one-year wonder. Coach Scherf is doing it again.
Walnut 31, Covina 27 — The Colts are obviously much improved from last year, but so too are the Mustangs, now 3-0.
Claremont 42, Arroyo 21 — The Knights suffer their first loss against a tougher-than-expected Claremont team.
Gladstone 10, El Monte 7 — The Gladiators improve to 3-1, and if not for a close loss to Bosco Tech, would be undefeated.
Harvard-Westlake 42, Rosemead 0 — The Panthers are a long way from the Panthers of old. Ouch.
Schurr 42, Wilson 0 — I’m speechless.
Ayala 28, Los Altos 12 — The Conquerors are getting better, but they’re obviously not there yet.
Western Christian 16, Sierra Vista 8 — That’s Upland Western Christian to all of you. The Dons’ good start comes to a screeching halt.
Chaffey 34, Nogales 7 — Not a huge surprise, this is one of Chaffey’s better teams and it showed.
Bassett 28, Mountain View 10 — Is this the Tony Zane magic or what. He shows up and they’re 3-1. Coaching matters.
Brea Olinda 20, Diamond Bar 12 — With the Sierra League around the corner, it looks like another long year for the Brahams.
Montclair 23, Workman 22 — The Lobos first loss of the season is a one-point setback. That’s tough to swallow.