Saturday Morning Quarterback: Monrovia rallies all the way back to beat San Dimas in OT, 24-23; Bishop Amat can’t finish, loses 26-21

Monrovia-San Dimas photo gallery
WILDCATS RALLY: Monrovia came all the way back to knock off defending CIF-Southern Section Mid-Valley Division champion San Dimas 24-23 in overtime, rallying from a 17-0 deficit to pull it out in the season opener for both schools on Friday at San Dimas.
San Dimas’ Bobby Rios scored on a 1-yard touchdown run to give the Saints a 23-17 lead in overtime, but a blocked extra point gave the Wildcats an opportunity to win it with their possession.

Friday’s results
Monrovia 24, San Dimas 23, OT — Wildcats rally from 17-0 deficit
Santa Margarita 27, Bishop Amat 21 — BAmat had its chances in the final seconds, but four turnovers sealed fate
Green Valley, NV., 26, Charter Oak 23 — Not bad against one of the best teams in Nevada.
Diamond Bar 48, Montebello 14 — Huge win for its new coach.
Bonita 37, Schurr 20 — Kind of start the Cats needed
San Marino 56, Arroyo 24 — Guess the Titans are the real deal.
Maranatha 42, Bassett 20 — Minutemen win in Steve Bogan’s debut.
Pasadena 50, South El Monte 7 – Bulldogs haven’t felt this good in a long time.
La Salle 34, Compton 0 — Not surprised by win, but final score.
Cerritos Valley Christian 50, Duarte 6 — Thought Falcons were better than this.
Baldwin Park 33, El Monte 30 – Braves win back-and-forth shootout
Wilson 41, Workman 19 — Wildcats win in Greg Gano’s debut
Diamond Ranch 70, Nogales 0 – Davion Gaisie scored five touchdowns in rout
Los Altos 12, Santa Monica 6 – Conqs hold on, get San Dimas next.
Alta Loma 36, Rowland 7 — Move to Valle Vista will eventually help.
Don Lugo 41, Walnut 13 — Not surprised, Lugo that good.
Colony 26, West Covina 7 — Colony this good, or will Bulldogs struggle again?
Jurupa Hills 23, Gladstone 0 – Could be another long Gladiators season.

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