Bishop Amat 53, Cathedral 6 — For those of you who beat the parking situation at Cathedral, look at the offense roll now. Rio Ruiz threw for 245 yards in the first half, then basically shut it down. Jalen Moore rushed for 138 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Lancers scored on their first five possessions. I’m starting to believe their No. 4 ranking in the Pac-5 is well deserved.
Chino Hills 14, Redlands East Valley 3 — This is probably the most surprising result of the night. Let’s make this clear, there is a huge gap between the Huskies and the rest of the Sierra.
Diamond Ranch 41, Diamond Bar 0 — And I thought the Hacienda was coming down to West Covina, Bonita and Rowland. Wow, Roddy’s Panthers flip the switch again.
Rowland 44, Los Altos 6 — Not a surprise, the Raiders expected a win, a blowout is just a bonus.
Damien 27, El Dorado 7 — Impressive after 42-7 loss to Bishop Amat. What do you make of it, after all, the Spartans are 3-1. And that victory over Diamond Ranch looks much better after tonight.
West Covina 41, Walnut 24 — The Mustangs hung for a while, but the Bulldogs eventually pulled away.
Azusa 28, La Puente 0 — Three shutouts in four games while outscoring their opponents 141-10. You want to say they have a weak schedule. I say talk to the scoreboard.
Ganesha 69, Bassett 14 — I wonder if Azusa is looking at the new tenant in the Monview and going, hmmmm.
Gladstone 39, Workman 7 — With only two guaranteed Montview playoff spots, every win is precious.
Sierra Vista 41, Duarte 6 — Don’t look now, but the Dons are 4-0, just like Azusa heading into next week’s meeting at Citrus.
Covina 14, Northview 11 — Raise your hand if you thought the Colts would win in more convincing fashion. Maybe the rivalry had something to do with it.
Baldwin Park 33, Pomona 7 — This is exactly why I picked the 0-4 Braves to finish second in the Valle Vista League. You knew they were better than their results had shown.
San Dimas 40, Nogales 12 — Saints warming up for next week’s showdown with Baldwin Park.
Wilson 26, El Monte 20 –– A great start for the Wildcats heading into the Valle Vista next week.
Mountain View 40, Keppel 0 — Exactly what you expected, right.
San Gabriel 48, Rosemead 20 — Impressive win by the Matadors; a scratch-your-head loss by the Panthers.
Charter Oak 17, Santa Fe 0 — A shutout brings back memories of the two previous years. Congrats to QB Josiah Thropay, whose long awaited debut was a winning one.
St. Paul 28, Ayala 6 — The Bulldogs finally played a tester, and the results weren’t that good.
Temple City 27, South El Monte 6 — With the way the Rams have struggled, would classify it as a mild surprise.
The Inland Insider’s post-game wrapp-up and interviews following Chino Hills’ huge win over Redlands East Valley.
Tribune highlights and interviews following Azusa’s 28-0 win over La Puente
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