Big night for South Hills, Glendora and San Marino

Friday night’s featured game stories
South Hills blocks field goal in final seconds to hang on to 27-24 win: After a first half where it felt everything that could go wrong, did go wrong, South Hills rallied from a 17-point deficit and senior running back Ryan Torres scored four touchdowns to lead the Huskies to a 27-24 victory over Glendora on Friday at Covina District Field.
Glendora had a chance to tie the score in the final seconds, setting up for a 45-yard field goal with the clock winding down, but Nicholas Lariviere blocked the kick and the Huskies (7-1, 3-0) remained undefeated in the Palomares League while avenging last year’s loss to the Tartans (5-3, 2-1).

Beau Hobbie, Blake Cabot lead San Marino football in rout: San Marino running back Beau Hobbie had a pretty quiet first half Friday against Temple City, with just 35 yards on six carries.
But Hobbie scored three rushing touchdowns in the second half and helped San Marino to a 49-19 win over Temple City in a Rio Hondo League game.
Hobbie finished with 17 carries for 118 yards as San Marino (6-1, 2-0) made it six straight wins with another big offensive showing.

La Serna keeps on rolling: After a loss to Santa Fe High School to start the Del Rio League schedule two weeks ago, the La Serna football team is clicking on all cylinders with two consecutive wins, including Friday night’s 42-7 victory over Whittier at California High School.
Senior running back Alfonso Ibanez was one big reason for the scoring frenzy for the Lancers (4-4, 2-1) as he ran for a career-best 174 yards on 17 carries with four touchdowns.

Bishop Amat remains perfect in Mission League: Bishop Amat held off a late Serra rally for a 21-14 victory Friday night to stay undefeated in Mission League play.
Seth Cloud intercepted Doug Brumfield’s pass at the Lancers’ 24-yard line to stop Serra’s potential game-tying drive and secure the win with under two minutes remaining.
With a win next week at home against Alemany, the Lancers (4-4, 4-0) will have the opportunity to play for the league championship in week 10 at Chaminade.

Late interception seals win for Santa Fe football: The El Rancho High football team wanted its quarterback, Jacob Rodriguez, to roll out on a first-down play at visiting Santa Fe’s 23-yard line with 47 seconds remaining in Friday’s game.
El Rancho coach Adrian Medrano called the play because of the senior’s ability to make plays with his feet.But the play backfired as Santa Fe safety Sergio Medrano intercepted a pass by Rodriguez, sealing a 30-27 victory for the Chiefs in a Del Rio League game.

Friday’s local results
FREEWAY LEAGUE

Fullerton 47, Buena Park 21
La Habra 40, Sonora 0
Sunny Hills 33, Troy 7
OLYMPIC LEAGUE
Whittier Christian at Maranatha
ALMONT LEAGUE
Bell Gardens 49, Alhambra 21
Montebello 49, Keppel 0
Schurr 49, San Gabriel 6
ANGELUS LEAGUE
Harvard-Westlake 49, St. Paul 35
Cathedral 49, La Salle 6
St. Francis 69, Salesian 0
BASELINE LEAGUE
Upland 56, Chino Hills 0
Los Osos 29, Damien 26
Rancho Cucamonga 48, Etiwanda 7
DEL RIO LEAGUE
California 34, Pioneer 13
Santa Fe 30, El Rancho 27
La Serna 42, Whittier 7
HACIENDA LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 67, West Covina 14
Los Altos 41, Chino 30
Charter Oak 35, Walnut 0
MIRAMONTE LEAGUE
Garey 41, Ganesha 20
Pomona 42, La Puente 0
MISSION LEAGUE
Chaminade 45, Alemany 0
Bishop Amat 21, Serra 14
Loyola 17, Crespi 0
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
El Monte 51, Gabrielino 14
South El Monte 28, Rosemead 27
MONTVIEW LEAGUE
Azusa 56, Sierra Vista 21
Nogales 42, Duarte 7
Workman 14, Gladstone 5
PACIFIC LEAGUE
Burbank 37, Crescenta Valley 20
Hoover at Pasadena, 7 p.m.
Muir 40, Burroughs/Burbank 17
PALOMARES LEAGUE
Claremont at Bonita
Ayala 47, Diamond Bar 25
South Hills 27, Glendora 24
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
South Pasadena 41, La Canada 6
San Marino 49, Temple City 19
SOUTH CATHOLIC LEAGUE
Cantwell-Sacred Heart 42, Bosco Tech 7
Bishop Montgomery 26, St. Bernard 18
SUBURBAN LEAGUE
Mayfair 35, Artesia 7
La Mirada 42, Bellflower 7
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 56, Wilson 0
Northview 61, Rowland 23

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Thursday Countdown: Covina looking to rebound against Baldwin Park

Covina High played well in last week’s 42-28 loss to Northview, rallying in the fourth quarter to pull within seven points before the Vikings pulled away again for the victory.
The loss only dropped the Colts (5-2, 1-1) one spot to No. 4 in this week’s CIF Southern Section Division 11 rankings, and after beating San Dimas to open the Valle Vista League, they’re in a good spot to win their final three games to position themselves for a playoff seed.
Covina will face struggling Baldwin Park (3-4, 0-2) at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Covina District Field, a week after the Braves surprisingly lost to Wilson, 27-14.

In other Thursday games:

Arcadia (4-3, 3-1) at Glendale (2-5, 0-4), 7 p.m.
The Apaches, ranked third in Division 11, spanked Hoover 47-18 last week to remain in sole possession of third in the Pacific League.
The Apaches are one game back of Crescenta Valley (7-0, 4-0) and Burbank (5-2, 4-0), who square off on Friday for first place.
If Arcadia defeats Glendale, which hasn’t won a league game, it will be tied for second with the loser of the Crescenta Valley-Burbank game.
Burbank handed Arcadia its only loss in the Pacific, dealing the Apaches a 17-14 setback. The Apaches will face Crescenta Valley in the final week.

Marshall (1-6, 0-3) at Arroyo (8-0, 4-0), 7 p.m.
The Knights have been more impressive through eight games than they were a year ago when they won the Division 12 championship.
The Knights always have been able to score points, averaging 35 per game, but it’s their improved defense, which has allowed only eight points per game with three shutouts, that has been most impressive for Division 11’s second-ranked team.
Marshall lost last week to Mountain View 70-0, so this is a tough spot for the Eagles taking on the defending Mission Valley League champs.

Trinity Classical Academy (2-5, 0-0) vs. Pasadena Poly (5-1-1) at College of the Canyons, 7 p.m.
With only four teams in the Prep League, Pasadena Poly finally makes its league debut on the road in Santa Clarita against Trinity Classical Academy, which has just two wins, and one was a 36-0 victory over Rowland Heights’ Southlands Christian.
Poly has played well since its season-opening loss to Temple City, giving up a total of just 14 points combined in its last four wins.

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Week 8 High School Football leaders and predictions


This weekends high school football games and predictions
Thursday’s Games
Mission Valley League

Marshall vs. Arroyo at Pasadena HS — ARROYO
Pacific League
Arcadia at Glendale — ARCADIA
Prep League
Trinity Classical Academy vs. Pasadena Poly at College of Canyons — POLY
Valle Vista League
Baldwin Park vs. Covina at Covina District Field — COVINA

Friday’s games
Almont League

Alhambra vs. Bell Gardens at Moor Field — ALHAMBRA
Keppel at Montebello — MONTEBELLO
Schurr at San Gabriel — SCHURR
Angelus League
Harvard-Westlake at St. Paul, 7:30 p.m. — ST. PAUL
La Salle at Cathedral — CATHEDRAL
St. Francis at Salesian — ST. PAUL
Baseline League
Damien at Los Osos — DAMIEN
Del Rio League
California at Pioneer — CALIFORNIA
Santa Fe at El Rancho — SANTA FE
Whittier vs. La Serna at California HS — LA SERNA
Freeway League
Sonora at La Habra — LA HABRA
Hacienda League
Diamond Ranch at West Covina — DIAMOND RANCH
Los Altos at Chino – LOS ALTOS
Walnut at Charter Oak — CHARTER OAK
Miramonte League
Ganesha at Garey — GANESHA
La Puente at Pomona — LA PUENTE
Mission League
Bishop Amat at Serra — SERRA
Mission Valley League
Gabrielino at El Monte — EL MONTE
Rosemead at South El Monte — SOUTH EL MONTE
Montview League
Azusa at Sierra Vista — AZUSA
Nogales at Duarte — NOGALES
Workman vs. Gladstone at Citrus College — WORKMAN
Olympic League
Whittier Christian at Maranatha — WHITTIER CHRISTIAN
Pacific League
Hoover at Pasadena — PASADENA
Muir at Burroughs — MUIR
Palomares League
Claremont at Bonita — BONITA
Diamond Bar at Ayala — AYALA
Glendora vs. South Hills at Covina District Field — GLENDORA
Rio Hondo League
La Canada at South Pasadena – SOUTH PASADENA
Temple City at San Marino — SAN MARINO
South Catholic League
Bosco Tech at Cantwell-Sacred Heart – CANTWELL
Suburban League
Bellflower at La Mirada — LA MIRADA
Valle Vista League
Northview at Rowland — NORTHVIEW
Wilson at San Dimas – SAN DIMAS
Nonleague
Monrovia at Cerritos Valley Christian – MONROVIA

Saturday’s games
Prep League

Firebaugh vs. Rio Hondo Prep at Lynwood — RH PREP

Local High School Football Leaders
Offensive
Passing

1. Quinn Commans, Whittier Christian, 2,192yards, 313 avg., 20 TDs
2. J.P. Andrade, Bonita, 2,122 yards, 303 avg., 18 TDs
3. Ernesto Camacho, Arroyo, 1,888 yards, 236 avg., 15 TDs
4. Miguel Aguero, Schurr, 1,769 yards, 252 avg., 20 TDs
5. Kwon Peterson, Maranatha, 1,606 yards, 200 avg., 19 TDs
6. Ike Udengwu III, Workman, 1,512 yards, 216 avg., 9 TDs
7. Steven Comstock, Northview, 1,488 yards, 212 avg., 16 TDs
8. Jacob Rodriguez, El Rancho, 1,376 yards, 196 avg., 8 TDs
9. Kody Oloms, Los Altos, 1,363 yards, 194 avg., 17 TDs
10. Nathan Delgado, Whittier, 1,263 yards, 180 avg., 10 TDs

Rushing
1. Zaquand Irby, Ganesha, 1,708 yards, 244 avg., 22 TDs
2. Armando Flores, Mountain View, 1,212 yards, 151 avg., 16 TDs
3. Sal Tovar, South El Monte, 1,046 yards, 149 avg., 16 TDs
4. Abel Cueva, El Monte, 1,011 yards, 144 avg., 9 TDs
5. Eric Cuellar, Covina, 994 yards, 165 avg., 6 TDs
6. Angel Favela, La Mirada, 941 yards, 117 avg., 7 TDs
7. Alex Retana, Whittier, 874 yards, 124 avg., 5 TDs
8. Noah Maldonado, San Dimas, 815 yards, 116 avg., 12 TDs
9. Matthew Chavez, Charter Oak, 811 yards, 115 avg, 8 TDs
10. Dylan Ware, San Dimas, 787 yards, 112 avg., 6 TDs

Receiving
1. Lance Babb II, Schurr, 824 yards, 55 receptions, 7 TDs
2. Ryan Romero, Whittier Christian, 747 yards, 45 receptions, 6 TDs
3. Noah Sanchez, Whittier Christian, 674 yards, 52 receptions, 6 TDs
4. Daniel Centeno, Temple City, 636 yards, 106 avg., 4 TDs
5. Christopher Vargas, Baldwin park, 617 yards, 23 receptions, 6 TDs
6. Jimmy Amezquita, Northview, 583 yards, 25 receptions, 7 TDs
7. Jason Garcia, Azusa, 564 yards, 19 receptions, 8 TDs
8. Tristan Sprague, Covina, 559 yards, 27 receptions, 11 TDs
9. Rey Cotero, Arroyo, 558 yards, 40 receptions, 6 TDs
10. Shane Wells, Diamond Bar, 543 yards, 32 receptions, 3 TDs

Defensive
Tackles

1. Luis Saenz, Maranatha, 93
2t. Devin Escobedo, Damien, 88
2t. Justin Diebert, La Mirada, 88
4. Nathan Alba, Damien, 85
5t. Andrew Martinez, California, 80
5t. Manuel Santa, Arroyo, 80
7. Jacob Moreno, Maranatha, 77
8. Chandler Auguste, Maranatha, 76
9. Aaron Rosales, Schurr, 75
10. Joseph Troncoza, St. Paul, 74

Sacks
11 – Ray Dominguez (Baldwin Park); 8 – Mark Sosa (South El Monte), Alexandre Dumais (St. Paul); 7 – Michael Dominguez (Pioneer), Isaiah Isaac, (Temple City); 6 – Aaron Maldonado (Bishop Amat), AJ Carreon (South El Monte), Luis Valerio (El Monte), Cesar Haro (Arcadia), Frank Hernandez (Monrovia), Noah Sanchez (Whittier Christian),

Interceptions
6 – Michael Anyanwu (Charter Oak), Isaiah Hamilton (Charter Oak); Damion Thompson (Northview), 4. Clark Phillips III, (La Habra); Luis Chavez (Ganesha), Daniel Mendoza (Arroyo).

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Northview makes it six straight over Covina; Charter Oak and Schurr earn big wins


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,
21-7.

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
FREEWAY LEAGUE
Sonora 17, Buena Park 10
Fullerton 41, Sunny Hills 14
La Habra 47, Troy 0
OLYMPIC LEAGUE
Heritage Christian 48, Whittier Christian 7
ALMONT LEAGUE
Alhambra def. San Gabriel
Bell Gardens 52, Keppel 0
Schurr 38, Montebello 35
ANGELUS LEAGUE
St. Francis 49, La Salle 16
Cathedral 24, St. Paul 7
BASELINE LEAGUE
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
HACIENDA LEAGUE
Charter Oak 39, Los Altos 7
Diamond Ranch 49, Chino 14
West Covina 29, West Covina 13
MIRAMONTE LEAGUE
La Puente 35, Ganesha 28
Pomona 49, Bassett 0
MISSION LEAGUE
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
MONTVIEW LEAGUE
Azusa 49, Gladstone 0
Sierra Vista 41, Duarte 38
Nogales 24, Workman 0
PACIFIC LEAGUE
Arcadia 47, Hoover 18
Crescenta Valley 38, Burbank Burroughs/Burbank 14
Muir 55, Glendale 0
PALOMARES LEAGUE
Ayala 62, Bonita 14
South Hills 45, Claremont 7
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Monrovia 61, La Canada 7
Temple City 41, South Pasadena 7
SUBURBAN LEAGUE
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
NONLEAGUE
Maranatha 40, Fillmore 21
Rio Hondo Prep 29, Santa Clara 0
St. Genevieve 49, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 0

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Glendora, La Serna football win big; Pasadena struggles


Glendora dominant over Diamond Bar: Glendora High’s defense set an early tone against Diamond Bar in Thursday night’s Palomares League game at Citrus College.The Tartans (5-2, 2-0) returned an interception for a touchdown and forced two fumbles to set up two more to take a three-score lead in the first quarter on their way to a 45-13 victory.Glendora safety Nik Winters intercepted Diamond Bar quarterback Dylan Karanickolas and ran it back for the touchdown three minutes into the game before the Tartans defense forced back-to-back Brahmas fumbles.

La Serna bounces back to get win: After being upset last week by Santa Fe, the La Serna High football team came into Thursday night’s Del Rio League game against Pioneer looking to take its pain out on someone.
Unfortunately for the Titans (3-4, 0-2), they wound up being that casualty, and it did not end well for them.
Led by a pair of first-half defensive touchdowns, La Serna (3-4, 1-1) trounced visiting Pioneer 52-7 at California High.

Pasadena falls again: A shaky start put the Pasadena High football team in a hole it wasn’t able to dig out of, as the Bulldogs were routed by Burbank 42-0 in a Pacific League game on Thursday night.
The rough start happened before the game even began, as heavy traffic caused the team bus to arrive late. The Bulldogs (1-6, 1-3) didn’t get to start their warmups until about 20 minutes before kickoff.
“We didn’t get to go through everything right,” Pasadena head coach DeJuan Shamburger said. “But we can’t do anything about traffic.”

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High School Football game predictions and leaderboard

High School Football games and predictions
All Games start at 7 p.m.
Thursday’s games
Del Rio League

Pioneer vs. La Serna at California — LA SERNA
Pacific League
Pasadena vs. Burbank at Burroughs HS — BURBANK
Palomares League
Diamond Bar vs. Glendora at Citrus College — GLENDORA

Friday’s games
Almont League

Alhambra at San Gabriel — ALHAMBRA
Keppel at Bell Gardens — BELL GARDENS
Schurr at Montebello — SCHURR
Angelus League
Harvard-Westlake at Salesian — HARVARD-WESTLAKE
St. Francis at La Salle — ST. FRANCIS
St. Paul at Cathedral — CATHEDREAL
Baseline League
Damien at Upland — UPLAND
Etiwanda at Chino Hills — CHINO HILLS
Rancho Cucamonga at Los Osos — RANCHO CUCAMONGA
Del Rio League
El Rancho at California — CALIFORNIA
Santa Fe vs. Whittier at Pioneer HS – SANTA FE
Freeway League
Sonora at Buena Park — SONORA
Troy at La Habra — LA HABRA
Hacienda League
Charter Oak at Los Altos – CHARTER OAK
Chino at Diamond Ranch — DIAMOND RANCH
Walnut at West Covina — WEST COVINA
Miramonte League
La Puente at Ganesha — LA PUENTE
Pomona at Bassett — POMONA
Mission League
Crespi at Bishop Amat — BISHOP AMAT
Mission Valley League
El Monte at Arroyo — ARROYO
Marshall at Mountain View — MOUNTAIN VIEW
Rosemead at Gabrielino – ROSEMEAD
Montview League
Gladstone vs. Azusa at Citrus College — AZUSA
Sierra Vista at Duarte — DUARTE
Workman at Nogales — NOGALES
Olympic League
Whittier Christian vs. Heritage Christian at Whittier College – WHITTIER CHRISTIAN
Pacific League
Glendale at Muir – MUIR
Hoover vs. Arcadia at Glendale HS — ARCADIA
Palomares League
Ayala at Bonita — AYALA
South Hills at Claremont – SOUTH HILLS
Rio Hondo League
Monrovia at La Canada – MONROVIA
South Pasadena at Temple City – SOUTH PASADENA
Suburban League
La Mirada at Artesia – LA MIRADA
Valle Vista League
Covina vs. Northview at Covina District Field — NORTHVIEW
San Dimas at Rowland — SAN DIMAS
Wilson at Baldwin Park — BALDWIN PARK
Nonleague
Pasadena Poly at Boron – PASADENA POLY
Santa Clara at Rio Hondo Prep — RIO HONDO PREP
St. Genevieve at Cantwell-Sacred Heart — ST. GENEVIEVE

Local High School Football Leaders
Offensive Leaders
Passing

1. Quinn Commans, Whittier Christian, 2,120 yards, 302 avg., 31 TDs
2. J.P. Andrade, Bonita, 1,941 yards, 323 avg., 17 TDs
3. Ernesto Camacho, Arroyo, 1,582 yards, 226 avg., 11 TDs
4. Ike Udengwu III, Workman, 1,388 yards, 231 avg., 9 TDs
5. Kwon Peterson, Maranatha, 1,363 yards, 194 avg., 15 TDs
6. Steven Comstock, Northview, 1,336 yards, 222 avg., 15 TDs
7. Kody Oloms, Los Altos, 1,319 yards, 219 avg., 16 TDs
8. Miguel Aguero, Schurr, 1,307 yards, 261 avg., 14 TDs
9. Jorge Ledesma, Azusa, 1,255 yards, 209 avg., 13 TDs
10. Jacob Rodriguez, El Rancho, 1,231 yards, 205 avg., 8 TDs

Rushing
1. Zaquand Irby, Ganesha, 1,348 yards, 224 avg., 20 TDs
2. Sal Tovar, South El Monte, 1,046 yards, 149 avg., 16 TDs
3. Abel Cueva, El Monte, 1,011 yards, 168 avg., 9 TDs
4. Eric Cuellar, Covina, 839 yards, 167 avg., 5 TDs
5. Alex Retana, Whittier, 829 yards, 138 avg., 5 TDs
6. Armando Flores, Mountain View, 818 yards, 136 avg., 9 TDs
7. Noah Maldonado, San Dimas, 689 yards, 114 avg., 11 TDs
8. Skyler Taylor, La Habra, 684 yards, 114 avg, 14 TDs
9. Angel Favela, La Mirada, 650 yards, 108 avg., 2 TDs
10. Maury Rams IV, Monrovia, 622 yards, 124 avg., 4 TDs

Receiving
1. Lance Babb II, Schurr, 722 yards, 47 receptions, 6 TDs
2. Ryan Romero, Whittier Christian, 674 yards, 42 receptions, 6 TDs
3. Noah Sanchez, Whittier Christian, 660 yards, 46 receptions, 6 TDs
4. Jimmy Amezquita, Northview, 558 yards, 24 receptions, 7 TDs
5. Noah Guzman, Bishop Amat, 536 yards, 30 receptions, 1 TD
6. Daniel Centeno, Temple City, 528 yards, 23 receptions, 4 TDs
7. Christopher Vargas, Baldwin Park, 506 yards, 19 receptions, 5 TDs
8. Shane Wells, Diamond Bar, 498 yards, 29 receptions, 2 TDs
9. Raymond Yrigoyen, Whittier, 490 yards, 22 receptions, 6 TDs
10. Eric Burton, Rowland, 479 yards, 27 receptions, 6 TDs

Defensive Leaders
Tackles

1. Roman Hernandez, Bosco Tech, 85
2. Devin Escobedo, Damien, 79
3. Luis Saenz, Maranatha, 77
4. Nathan Alba, Damien, 74
5. Justin Diebert, La Mirada, 73
6. Jesus Lopez, Baldwin Park, 68
7t. Jake Medders, Arcadia, 67
7t. Mark Tolmachoff, Whittier, 67
9. Manuel Santa, Arroyo, 64
10. Jacob Moreno, Maranatha, 63

Sacks
11
– Ray Dominguez (Baldwin Park); 8 – Mark Sosa (South El Monte); 7 – Michael Dominguez (Pioneer); 6 – Aaron Maldonado (Bishop Amat), AJ Carreon (South El Monte), Luis Valerio (El Monte), Cesar Haro (Arcadia), Frank Hernandez (Monrovia), Noah Sanchez (Whittier Christian),
Interceptions.

Interceptions
6 – Michael Anyanwu (Charter Oak), Damion Thompson (Northview), 5 – Isaiah Hamilton (Charter Oak); 4 – Clark Phillips III (La Habra), Luis Chavez (Ganesha), Daniel Mendoza (Arroyo).

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