West Covina 42, South Hills 27 — Would someone send the Covina tape, I’m having a hard time comprehending how they pulled it off after watching West Covina dismantle South Hills every way imaginable. You weren’t thinking what happened to South Hills, you were more in awe of the Bulldogs’ backfiled and 0-Line. It was the most points scored on South Hills this decade. If this team doesn’t turn the ball over, they won’t get beat the rest of the way, and that includes Glendora next. Last week it was RB Chris Soloman, this week it was B.J. Lee (125 yards, 3 TDs), and next week it could be someone else. They’re that deep, and were better than I thought on the D-Line. What you don’t know is how they will handle a quarterback like Glendora’s Chad Jeffries. But questions about everything else were answered tonight, a big thumbs up.
Azusa 31, Ontario Christian 10 — Fine I’ll say it: The Aztecs can compete with anyone in the Mid-Valley Division. There is not a game they won’t have a chance to win, so yes, a Mid-Valley title is possible. Especially with QB Jose “The Real Deal” Nunez, who scored four touchdowns and threw for 207 yards.
Garey 49, Duarte 0 — It doesn’t show on the scoreboard, but the Falcons go down fighting every week.
Inland Insider Tom Kiss wraps it up with West Covina coach Mike Maggiore, RB B.J. Lee and South Hills coach Steve Bogan.