The Cougars bounced back from their first loss of the season, to rout Santiago and stay in the mix for the Big VIII title. Kelsey Young, a Stanford commit, who has two fumbles in the first half, ran for 219 yards in the second half and finished with 264 yards and four rushing touchdowns, thanks largely to a Norco offensive line, with UCLA recruit Brent Walker paving the way, and also returned a punt for a touchdown.
Chandler def. Red Mountain, 28-22
Committed quarterback Brett Hundley shook off an ankle injury to lead the Wolves past Red Mountain, 28-22. He was 12-for-19 for 219 yards, including 8-of-9 in the second half, and set up the go-ahead score with a scrambling 29-yard pass and set up another score with a 77-yard crossing pattern.
Notre Dame def. Loyola, 21-18
With quarterback Jerry Neuheisel still on the mend and out with a concussion, the Cubs offense sputtered all night, going 4-for-16 in the air, and Notre Dame won on a last minute field goal. Running back Jared Baker ran for 217 yards on 27 carries for the Cubs.
Bishop Amat def. Encino Crespi,
The Lancers stayed unbeaten by rallying in the fourth quarter past Crespi, with two fourth-quarter touchdowns. New UCLA offer recipient Devin Lucien had a nine-yard touchdown reception in the loss.
Lakewood def. Long Beach Cabrillo, 40-14
The Lancers bounced back from their first loss with a 40-14 trouncing of Cabrillo. Todd Barr had four tackles for loss and a sack and junior receiver Darius Powe had two touchdown receptions in the win.
Other UCLA Commits in Action
Stockton Lincoln and receiver Brandin Cooks topped Tracy, 42-28, with Cooks scoring the go-ahead touchdown. Los Alamitos and Ben Wysocki defeated Fountain Valley, 24-7. Plano East and center Jacob Brendel defeated Hebron, 38-21. Arvada West and Marc Mustoe fell to Ralston Valley, 35-14. Modesto Christian and tight end Raymond Nelson have a bye as do Rancho Bernardo and Aaron Wallace.
Other UCLA Offerees in Action
Cornerback Stefan McClure and Vista beat Escondido, 24-3. Fontana Summit and Devon Blackmon trounced Patriot, 50-0. Moreno Valley Rancho Verde and tight end Junior Pomee beat La Sierra, 56-7