BISHOP AMAT STORMS TEXAS: Bishop Amat traveled east and accomplished the extraordinary by making one of Texas’ best football programs look ordinary.
For perhaps one night only and without one of its best players, Aledo, TX., the top-ranked Class 5A team in the state, was no match for its opponent.
The Lancers (1-1) stunned the Bearcats (1-1) with 28 unanswered points in the second quarter of a 42-7 victory Friday at Bearcat Stadium in a nonleague game between five-time champions in their respective states.
La Mirata routs Charter Oak: What a difference a year makes.
A week after edging highly rated Tesoro, the La Mirada High School football team proved that result was no fluke by routing Charter Oak 48-28 on Friday.
The Matadores, who went 4-7 last season despite high expectations, are now 2-0 with two quality opponents as victims. Charter Oak fell to 0-2.
La Mirada 48, Charter Oak 28 — Centeral Divison’s No. 1 Chargers drop to 0-2.
La Habra 61, South Hills 0 – South Hills announcer was the most entertaining.
Bishop Amat 42, Aledo, TX. 7 – Dominating from start to finish and just what it needed.
Glendora 24, Alta Loma 6 - Trib No. 1 struggled early but cruised late.
Monrovia 35, Bonita 3 – Not doubting the Wildcats again, this was a serious beating.
http://www.sgvtribune.com/sports/20140906/arroyo-wins-shootout-against-temple-city-42-32“>San Dimas 22, Los Altos 21 – Saints rally in final minutes to pull it out.
San Marino 49. Duarte 7 – Titans too big, too strong. Not a surpirse.
Fountain Valley 43, Baldwin Park 6 – Braves probably knew they were in over their heads
Damien 31, Roosevelt 13 — Spartans still a mystery until they beat someone we can measure.
Diamond Ranch 27, Rosemead 14 — Not surprised by final score, surprised it was so close.
Pomona 53, Don Lugo 17 – Red Devils looking like serious Mid-Valley contender.
Diamond Bar 44, Walnut 7 – Brahmas taking Branding Iron with ease.
West Covina 55, LB Wilson 7 – Bulldogs bounce back in a big way after Colony loss.
Ganesha 7, Gladstone 6 — Where’s the offense?
Covina 41, La Puente 24 — Colts beat what is a solid Warriors team.
Rowland 46, Yucca Valley 10 — Raiders rebound after embarrassing loss last week.
Arroyo 42, Temple City 32 – Knights hold off Rams in one of great SGV rivalries.
Schurr 35, El Monte 6 — Lions take another step back.
Nogales 32, Mountain View 25 — That’s how you bounce back from a 70-0 loss.