Bishop Amat 31, Notre Dame 14 — Talk about the perfect ending to the regular season, not only do the Lancers win, but they share their first piece of the Serra League title since joining the league in 2002. And because Crespi lost, there are no coin flips, the Lancers go to the playoffs as the No. 1 seed. Jay Anderson rushed for 215 yards and three TDs, and Jerry McClanahan threw for 257 yards and a TD.
San Dimas 35, Baldwin Park 16 — The Saints were simply too good, and should keep the Mid-Valley Division’s No. 2 seed. I don’t know if they will meet Monrovia or Crespi, but the Saints will be in the finals awaiting the winner.
South Hills 42, Rowland 14 — Geoffrey Vaughns rushed for 172 yards and five touchdowns in another Huskies blowout. So what do you think about their chances against Charter Oak now?
Charter Oak 38, Los Altos 0 — The Chargers go their fourth straight shutout and blanked the entire Miramonte league for the first time in history. I guess that’s a way of saying goodbye since they move to the Sierra next season.
Rosemead 37, Gabrielino 14 — This nails down the second place finish in the Mission Valley league.
Arroyo 44, South El Monte 0 – On paper the Eagles were playing for a piece of the league title, but in reality they didn’t have much of a shot.
La Puente 35, Gladstone 24 — The Warriors continued playing well since the Azusa loss, nailing down second in the Montview, which should earn a home game in the playoffs.
Azusa 28, Workman 0 – The Aztecs should earn the Mid-Valley Division’s three seed. You know what, they might end up meeting San Dimas in the semifinals.
West Covina 46, Nogales 7 – The Bulldogs did what you expect, now the fun begins, who will they get in the Southeast’s first round?
Chino Hills 42, Diamond Bar 14 — The Huskies finish in a three-way tie in the Sierra, but lose the coin flip and will go as the No. 3 entry. Damien is No. 1, with Glendora No. 2
Covina 24, Northview 23 – The Vikings gave the Colts a run for their money, but the Colts nailed down the VVL’s third playoff spot.
Walnut 30, Bonita 15 — A nice way for the Mustangs to finish. It’s a shame that a 7-3 team doesn’t get in the playoffs.
Diamond Ranch 25, Wilson 7 — For the second straight year, the Panther enters as the No. 2 from the Southeast. Like West Covina, they’re dangerous.
El Monte at Mountain View
Duarte at Bassett, 7 p.m.
Breaking News … The three-way coin flip in the Sierra League between tri-champions Chino Hills, Damien and Glendora is completed, Damien goes in as the No. 1 seed, with Glendora No. 2 and Chino Hills No. 3
I can also twitter updates quick if vootage is slow…