San Dimas 55, South El Monte 0 — Those who thought the Saints would struggle after last week’s loss to Bonita better think again.
South Hills 38, Baldwin Park 17 — Huskies rush for 373 yards and Jordan Gutierrez rushes for 186 yards as they pull away in second half.
Walnut 16, Troy 10 — Mustangs get a nice victory over an O.C. school.
Charter Oak 34, Gardena 7 — You knew the Chargers would bounce back convincingly didn’t you?
West Covina 35, Venice 21 — After a mind-boggling loss to Covina, the Bulldogs come back with a mind-boggling win over Venice. Now, that’s how you bounce back from a tough loss.
Arroyo 42, Temple City 6 — These are the Knights I expected all along, but nobody expected this kind of blowout.
Azusa 48, Bell Gardens 0 — Can’t believe I just typed it, maybe the Aztecs are the Mid-Valley Division favorites. They beat the same team that put a whipping on them last year.
Bishop Amat 21, Dominguez 15 — The Dons jumped out to a 7-0 lead on an INT return, then it was all Lancers, slowly and methodically winning again. What will the critics say now?
Rowland 41, California 9 — Raiders picked up where they left off in the second half against Baldwin Park, racing to a 41-0 halftime lead. And man, Cal is usually legit.
Santiago 24, Chino Hills 12 — The Trib’s No. 2 takes a big hit after looking so good last week.
Bonita 42, Claremont 20 — These aren’t last year’s Bearcats at all. I’m starting to think they’re the early Hacienda League favorites.
Diamond Bar 48, Wilson 27 –– The Wildcats had an early lead, then the Brahmas came rolling back.
Damien 26, Diamond Ranch 19 — A big win for Gano and the boys, the schedule only gets tougher after this. What else is new at the Ranch? They start slow, so what, they will see you in December.
Blair 23, Duarte 0 — Not the way the Falcons wanted to start after getting shutout so much last season.
Garey 42, Nogales 28 — Nobles scoring points, but giving up way too many.
Sierra Vista 35, Hoover 27 — The Dons wanted to start off with a win in the worst way and got it.
Workman 34, Keppel 0 — The Scott Morrison era at Workman off and running.
Glendora 21, Monrovia 7 — Tied 7-7 at half, Glendora wore the Cats down in the second half to go to 2-0. Give Monrovia credit though, they hung tough.
Rosemead 17, Montebello 13 — Panthers hang on by their chinny, chin-chin.
Mountain View 19, Bassett 13, OT — Vikings get a huge win, pulling it out in OT.
Bellflower 20, Los Altos 18 — Conquerors lose another tough one.
South Hills coach Steve Bogan following victory…
Chino Hills Tom catches up with Chino Hills coach Derek Bub after Friday’s loss.
Highlights of Monrovia-Glendora with interviews with Tartans coach Mark Pasquarella and Wildcats coach Ryan Maddox
Friday night quarter-by-quarter updates
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