Friday’s final scores
Northview 28, Rowland 0 — Vikes improve to 3-0 and are most surprising team by far
Rancho Cucamonga 32, Bishop Amat 29 — They turned it over three times in the first quarter and fell behind 17-0. Although they came back to take control, they coughed it back in the end.
Azusa 33, Maranatha 14 — The Aztecs needed a win in the worst way and got it over a quality opponent.
Los Alamitos 27, Charter Oak 24 — If Charter Oak loses to Bishop Amat next week you have to ask, when’s the last time Lou Farrar and Co., started 0-3?
South Hills 31, West Covina 28, OT — South Hills needed it more than West Covina just because the Bulldogs had taken ownership of Cameron in recent years.
Diamond Bar 40, San Dimas 28 — Big statement game for Diamond Bar and one of the worst starts for San Dimas in years.
Damien 49, Palm Desert 14 — After getting hammered by Orange Lutheran, nothing like a home blowout to feel good again.
Covina 55, San Gabriel 7 — Colts needed it after last week’s loss La Puente.
Baldwin Park 21, Gladstone 15 — After going 0-10 last year, Braves suddenly 3-0 just like Northview, looking like VVL contenders.
Nogales 24, Ontario 23 — Finally, a win for coach Bruce Alley, who took over with almost no time to prepare.
Walnut 42, Claremont 35 — One of the biggest surprises of the night. If this is the Hacienda’s worst, what an incredible league race that awaits.
Los Altos 55, Wilson 0 — More impressive by the week. And now that victory over Arroyo looks really solid.
Arroyo 41, La Puente 14 — Speaking of Arroyo, Nathan Coto threw for 413 yards and five touchdowns. Wow.
Glendora 33, Bonita 30, OT — You can never sleep on Glendora, they’re simply one of the Valley’s best year after year after year.
Ayala 19, Diamond Ranch 16 — The Panthers raced to a 16-0 lead and looked like they would be 3-0, but Ayala had other plans.
Mountain View 34, Sierra Vista 7 — Not surprised the Vikings won, but surprised by how much.
El Monte 28, Bassett 14 — After back-to-back humbling losses, the Lions can enjoy their weekend.
Montebello 57, South El Monte 21 — Trailing 50-0 at halftime, the Eagles were never in it.
Pomona 39, Bloomington 0 — With everyone talking about Northview and Baldwin Park in the VVL, this result should raise some eyebrows.
Montclair 38, Duarte 14 — Many thought the Falcons were better than this.
Workman 40, Marshall 26 — Back-to-back wins for the Lobos.
Friday’s final scores