Bishop Amat 35, JSerra 28
Charter Oak 43, Glendora 0
Northview 44, Santa Fe 6
Damien 38, Claremont 7
Los Altos 45, Corona 24
Nogales 49, Wilson 14
Hart 39, Arroyo 0
Ayala 21, Diamond Ranch 14, OT
Diamond Bar 27, Covina 7
Bonita 49, South Pasadena 28
Duarte 44, Montclair 20
Garey 40, Gladstone 16
Mountain View 35, Glenn 18
Jurupa Valley 41, Ganesha 0
Sierra Vista 49, Keppel 0
California 32, Pomona 14
Artesia 41, Rosemead 14
Rowland 37, Bassett 13
Baldwin Park 52, Saddleback Valley Christian 21
South El Monte 34, Walnut 12
The San Gabriel Valley News Group’s Top 25 volleyball teams:
1. St. Paul (10-0)
May be best team in school history (1)
2. Flintridge Sacred Heart (5-0)
Won three five-set matches (2)
3. Westridge (3-0)
Tigers haven’t lost a game (3)
4. Gladstone (7-1)
Lone loss to St. Paul (5)
5. Glendora (5-2)
Defeated St. Lucy’s in three (7)
6. La Salle (7-4)
Won Los Osos tournament (8)
7. St. Lucy’s (4-1)
Three five-set victories already (6)
8. Arcadia (3-0)
Ended Burroughs’ league winning streak (13)
9. South Hills (4-0)
Three consecutive sweeps (unranked)
10. Gabrielino (7-3)
Eagles consistently tough to beat (11) Also
11. Bonita (4-3)(4)
12. Bishop Amat (7-3)(10)
13. Monrovia (6-3)(12)
14. Mayfield (1-2)(17)
15. West Covina (4-4)(20)
16. Northview (7-3)(15)
17. El Rancho (8-3)(UR)
18. El Monte (6-3)(UR)
19. La Serna (2-1)(19)
20. Pasadena Poly (3-2)(unranked)
21. Maranatha (3-1)(unranked)
22. Walnut (5-5)(16)
23. Los Altos (2-5)(14)
24. South Pasadena (1-3)(9)
25. San Gabriel Academy (0-0)(unranked) Key: (2016 record)(preseason ranking)
The Saints continued their blitz to start 2016, earning their third consecutive blowout in as many games.
Jarell Sykes rushed for 155 yards and two scores and Daniel Jackson had 221 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns to lead host San Dimas to a 63-20 victory over Ontario on Thursday in a nonleague game.
Lyle Navarro also rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints, who improved to 3-0. San Dimas, which rushed for 449 yards, opened the season with victories over Bonita (42-14) and Maranatha (55-14).
Aron Cook and Antoine Paul rushed for 226 and 145 yards, respectively, for the Jaguars, who slipped to 0-3.
The Saints put it away by halftime, scoring on five of their seven possessions. San Dimas coach Mark Holman: “Offensively, we’re doing some good things. But we have to fix some things, or we’re going to run into some roadblocks.” Daniel Jackson: “We just came out and executed. The coaches helped us prepare for this game.” — Stephen Ramirez DEFENSE COMES UP BIG FOR EL MONTE IN WIN OVER AZUSA GLENDORA — El Monte picked up its first win of the season by beating Azusa 21-7 in a nonleague game Thursday night at Citrus College.
The Lions defense dominated the line of scrimmage in the first half, holding the Aztecs to one first down and limiting them to 38 yards on the ground.
A short punt gave the Lions good field position on their second possession. They took the ball 38 yards in nine plays with quarterback Andrew Ramos scrambling 5 yards around left end for the score.
The Aztecs started moving the ball on their first possession of the second half, getting to the Lions 34-yard line when safety Saul Chavez stripped the ball from the receiver and Johnny Martinez fell on the loose ball.
Chavez capped a 10-play, 64-yard drive with an 8-yard touchdown pass from Ramos.
The Lions turned the ball over to Devin Romero who just wore down the Aztecs defense.
El Monte had the ball 20 minutes and seven seconds in the second half and didn’t turn the ball over, keeping the Aztecs offense off the field.
He scored on a one-yard run to put the Lions up 21-0 before the Aztecs could get a late score.
Romero carried the ball 36 times for 111 yards to lead the Lions ground attack.
El Monte coach Eric MacIntyre: “I’m really happy about this. The defense played really well and we protected the ball tonight, which was huge.” — John Honell Thursday’s results
San Dimas 63 Ontario 20
Brethren Christian 42, Workman 0
El Monte 21, Azusa 7
Newport Harbor 43. El Rancho 19
St. Francis 35, Pasadena 0
University 36, Pioneer 0
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Girls volleyball Glendora 3, St. Lucy’s 0 — Marissa Montoya had 11 kills and two aces and Alex Lowden had 21 digs for the Tartans (7-1) in a 25-16, 25-14, 25-22 nonleague match. Bishop Amat 3, Etiwanda 0 — Lucy Zhao had 10 kills, Lindsey Lane had four blocks and Lauren Vaca had three aces for the Lancers (8-3) in a 25-10, 25-16, 25-18 nonleague victory.
Boys water polo Chino Hills 9, Villa Park 6 — Freddy Luna scored three goals for the Huskies (2-0) in a nonleague win.
Girls tennis Garey 14, Indian Springs 4 — The team of Melody Sanchez and Brianna Berdin swept in doubles for the Vikings (4-1) in a nonleague match. Gladstone 11, Montclair 7 — The teams of Anahi Sandoval and Erika Rios Aguilar and Melina Ramos and Julia Escobar swept in doubles for the Gladiators (3-0) in a nonleague match.
Girls tennis Garey 11, Webb 7 — Thais Rodriguez swept in singles and the team of Lisbet Flores-Sunita Bohara swept in doubles for the Vikings (2-2) in a nonleague victory. Ayala 16, West Covina 2 — Taylor Valenzuela won two sets in singles for West Covina in a nonleague loss.
Field hockey Glendora 5, Westminster 0 — Paige LeHine, Jillian Juarez, Jill Peery and Ellie Morrison each scored a goal for the Tartans (1-1-1) in their first win of the season. Bonita 4, Marina 0 — Kaylee Singleton scored twice and Shannon Wong and Ive Leroux both scored a goal for the Bearcats (3-0, 1-0) in a Sunset League win.
After getting whipped in Week 0 by Mater Dei in front of a Southland TV audience, Bishop Amat came back and beat Servite last week, 14-10. Now Amat returns home to face JSerra, who is 2-0 after beating Alemany 28-27 in overtime last week. It should be a great game at Kiefer, who are you picking? We discuss it.
Bonita answered it’s Week 0 disaster losing to rival San Dimas 42-14 with a 36-28 victory over Santa Fe. So just how good are the Bearcats? They will get a solid test to answer against undefeated South Pasadena (2-0) on the road Friday.
Watch SCPL host Tarek Fattal take you through Week 1 highlights throughout the Southland, including the big buzz over the weekend, Salesian refusing to shake hands with Calabasas in the pre-game coin flip. Watch!