Your thoughts on Bishop Amat’s opening act, a 17-0 win over Diamond Ranch?

This page is dedicated to sharing all of our high school football coverage from the opening weekend of high school football for the Pasadena Star-News, Whittier Daily News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

This page is dedicated to sharing all of our high school football coverage from the opening weekend of high school football for the Pasadena Star-News, Whittier Daily News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

Friday Night:

Read it: Charter Oak coach Lou Farrar missed his first game in more than five decades while at the City of Hope in Duarte battling cancer. His team responded with a 42-3 victory.

Read it: Glendora spoiled the debut of Damien coach Matt Bechtel with an impressive performance.

Read it: Nobody knew for sure what to expect from Muir, but it showed why it’s a Division 11 contender with an impressive opening night.

Read it: California makes it look easy in rout of Schurr

Read it: Monrovia takes over in second half to beat West Covina

Read it: Fullerton’s Arthur Shaw too much for Santa Fe in opener

Read it: Bonita’s young quarterback Sean Jastrab throws five TDs in debut

Read it: Sierra Vista rallies in second half to beat Gabrielino

Thursday Night … 

Read it: Bishop Amat running back Damien Moore had a big night, but why did the Lancers struggle with Diamond Ranch?

Read it: La Habra wasn’t ranked in the preseason Division 3 rankings, but they looked mighty impressive going on the road and beating defending Division 2 champ Upland

Read it: Northview destroyed El Rancho a year ago, but had a much harder time beating them in Thursday’s opener. Find out why

Read it: La Mirada couldn’t of asked for a better showing in the return of coach Mike Moschetti by destroying El Toro.

Thursday’s final scores

Bishop Amat 17 Diamond Ranch 0

La Canada 17, Wilson 14

La Habra 21, Upland 14

La Mirada 38 El Toro 0

Northview 31 El Rancho 23

Pasadena Poly 42 Cathedral City 7

Sonora 23, Pomona 0

Cantwell-Sacred Heart 47, New Designs Watts 0

Friday’s Scores

Maranatha 34, Crean Lutheran 17

Fullerton 48, Santa Fe 7

Whittier Christian 25, Vasquez 7

Muir 26, Western 6

Tesoro 48, Whittier 6

Bonita 42, Arroyo 7

Baldwin Park 22, Nogales 0

Bassett 39, Artesia 22

Los Altos 49, Covina 6

Diamond Bar 34, Walnut 14

South Hills 28, Eisenhower 12

Rowland 35, Ganesha 14

Glendora 24, Damien 7

La Serna 49, Murrieta Mesa 19

Monrovia 28, West Covina 14

Charter Oak 42, San Marino 3

California 35, Schurr 0

Sierra Vista 14, Gabrielino 13

South Pasadena 53, Mountain View 13

La Puente 42, Workman 6

Southlands Christian 20, Edwards AFB Desert 14

Garfield 27, Montebello 6

Rosemead 42, Huntington Park 8

Rio Hondo Prep 37, Morro Bay 0

El Monte 63, Sotomayor 7

Pioneer 12, South East 6

St. Paul 42, Albany St. Mary’s 0

 

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  • WCDan

    Hey Fred did the Burns Brothers play in the Amat vs D Ranch game last Thursday?