Northview earns sixth straight over Covina: When Covina finally beats Northview again, it won’t come on Steven Comstock’s watch.
The senior quarterback made sure of it, dominating with his arms and legs, rushing for 230 yards and three touchdowns, and throwing for 155 yards and a touchdown to lead the Vikings to a 42-28 victory over the Colts on Friday at Covina District Field.
Comstock, who is committed to Fresno State, helped the Vikings extend their winning streak to six over the Colts and extended their Valle Vista League winning streak to 19.
Schurr holds on for big win over rival Montebello: Schurr High understood that in order to secure a victory over rival Montebello on Friday night, it was going to take everything it had.
The Spartans needed to stay composed all the way through if they hoped to knock off the five-time reigning Almont League champions.
Despite a late push by Montebello, visiting Schurr hung on to defeat the Oilers 38-35 in an Almont League game.
Washington carries St. Francis to victory: Elijah Washington scored five touchdowns and rushed for 205 yards to help St. Francis beat La Salle, 49-16, in Angelus League play on Friday night.Washington carried the ball 21 times, averaging nearly 10 yards per rush.Washington’s first touchdown came midway through the first quarter when he plunged into the end zone from a yard out to give the Golden Knights (7-0, 2-0) a 7-0 lead. His second touchdown came on a 29-yard run in the second quarter that put St. Francis up,
Undefeated Upland routs Damien: As good as Upland’s football team is this year, the Highlanders’ biggest challenge Friday wasn’t the opponent, Damien.
That’s because Upland won the game last week, against Rancho Cucamonga, that many believe determined who will be the Baseline League champion.Yet there were four more league games to play.
“You always worry about a letdown,” Upland coach Tim Salter said. “But we had a great week of practice. We had ones (first string) going against ones. We’re very competitive and that helped.”
Any thought of a letdown was quickly dispelled when Upland scored on its final four possessions of the first half en route to a 49-8 Baseline League victory over Damien at Upland High School.
Bishop Amat makes is three straight: Bishop Amat sophomore running back Damien Moore rushed for three touchdowns to help lead the Lancers to a 56-24 win over visiting Crespi on Friday night at Kiefer Stadium.
The win keeps Bishop Amat (3-4, 3-0) tied with Chaminade (6-1, 3-0) for first place in the Mission League.
Moore scored on runs of 21, 33 and 7 yards to give Amat a quick 21-0 lead in first quarter. Amat quarterbacks Alex Arevalo and Blake Archuleta with each throwing a touchdown pass respectively. Archuleta hadn’t played since injuring his shoulder just prior to league.
La Habra routs Troy: Another week and another dominating performance by La Habra’s football in the Freeway League.
The Highlanders compiled over 600 yards in offense and held Troy to 184 total yards on its way to a 47-0 rout over the Warriors on Friday at La Habra High.
La Habra (5-2, 2-0), ranked eighth in Orange County and eighth in the CIF-SS Division 2, saw Zach Fogel score a 70-yard run on the first play from scrimmage. He completed the game with 168 yards on just seven carries and completed 7 of 11 passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns.
Rested Temple City routs South Pasadena: Temple City came fresh off consecutive bye weeks and hosted South Pasadena on Friday in the Rams’ first Rio Hondo League game.
But there was no rust. There were no jitters.
Temple City (4-2, 1-0) scored three times in the first half and went on to defeat South Pasadena 40-7 at Temple City.
Charter Oak remains undefeated: If there was any inkling that Charter Oak may be vulnerable in Hacienda League play after pulling out a close win last week against Diamond Ranch, those thoughts were dashed with a near flawless first-half performance against longtime rival Los Altos on Friday night.
The Chargers spotted the Conquerors a touchdown, then erupted for 32 consecutive points before the break, leading the way to a 39-7 victory.
Charter Oak (7-0, 2-0) scored touchdowns on its first five possessions, while holding the Conquerors (5-2, 1-1) to 15 total yards of offense in the first half.
FRIDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
Sonora 17, Buena Park 10
Fullerton 41, Sunny Hills 14
La Habra 47, Troy 0
Heritage Christian 48, Whittier Christian 7
Alhambra def. San Gabriel
Bell Gardens 52, Keppel 0
Schurr 38, Montebello 35
St. Francis 49, La Salle 16
Cathedral 24, St. Paul 7
Upland 49, Damien 8
Etiwanda 66, Chino Hills 63
Rancho Cucamonga 48, Los Osos 0
DEL RIO LEAGUE
California 15, El Rancho 8
Santa Fe 36, Whittier 10
Charter Oak 39, Los Altos 7
Diamond Ranch 49, Chino 14
West Covina 29, West Covina 13
La Puente 35, Ganesha 28
Pomona 49, Bassett 0
Chaminade 37, Loyola 14
Bishop Amat 56, Crespi 24
Serra 44, Notre Dame 22
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 33, El Monte 0
Mountain 70, Pasadena Marshall 0
Rosemead 13, Gabrielino 10
Azusa 49, Gladstone 0
Sierra Vista 41, Duarte 38
Nogales 24, Workman 0
Arcadia 47, Hoover 18
Crescenta Valley 38, Burbank Burroughs/Burbank 14
Muir 55, Glendale 0
Ayala 62, Bonita 14
South Hills 45, Claremont 7
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Monrovia 61, La Canada 7
Temple City 41, South Pasadena 7
Bellflower 20, Glenn 14
La Mirada 55, Artesia 35
Mayfair 31, Norwalk 20
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Wilson 27, Baldwin Park 14
Northview 42, Covina 28
San Dimas 49, Rowland 7
Maranatha 40, Fillmore 21
Rio Hondo Prep 29, Santa Clara 0
St. Genevieve 49, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 0