The Braves scuffled a bit on offense, but their defense had no problem shutting down the Monarchs and they cruised to their 9th straight win. Josh Rosen was 8-for-14 for 113 yards with one touchdown but also threw an interception.
Gardena Serra def. La Canada St. Francis, 35-21
St. Francis gave Serra all they could handle, but in the end, the Cavaliers were too much. UCLA commit Jordan Lasley had four catches for 103 yards and scored a touchdown and Adoree Jackson had a 70-yard pass play. UCLA 2015 defensive line target Rasheem Green had three sacks and Dwight Williams added a sack.
Corona Centennial def. Corona Santiago, 52-24
A big second quarter helped the Huskies erase an early deficit and rout the Sharks. UCLA commit Barry Ware had four catches for 76 yards and a touchdown and UCLA running back recruit Tre Watson had 312 yards on 33 carries and scored four touchdowns for the Huskies. UCLA 2015 quarterback recruit Blake Barnett was shut down in the running game, with -29 yards on the ground and was 14-for-32 for 228 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions in the loss.
West Hills Chaminade def. Harvard-Westlake, 73-0
The Eagles had no problems in a blowout shutout of Harvard-Westlake. UCLA recruit Brad Kaaya was 10-for-15 for 275 yards and four touchdowns, Donovan Lee had 88 yards rushing and a touchdown and sophomore Dymond Lee had a 55-yard score. UCLA commit Jojo McIntosh patrolled Chaminade's secondary in the shutout.
Lompoc def. Nipomo, 82-24
With UCLA defensive line coach Angus McClure there, Lompoc, with four-star defensive tackle Ainuu Taua, blew out Nipomo, with a 63-point first half.
Pomona Diamond Ranch def. Walnut, 47-0
UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was there to see UCLA recruit Kammy Delp, and while he helped the Diamond Ranch offense score 47-points, he also made an impact on defense, with seven tackles, two sacks and an interception.
El Cerrito def. St. Mary's, 43-7
El Cerrito used UCLA commit Adarius Pickett on both sides of the ball to cruise to a win. Pickett scored three times, a 47-yard touchdown reception, a 2-yard touchdown run and a 38-yard interception return in the win.
El Segundo def. Compton Centennial, 34-20
With UCLA commit Denzel Fisher sidelined, El Segundo took care of the Apaches, 34-20.
Chandler (Ariz.) def. Gilbert (Ariz.) Highland, 21-14
Chandler got seven catches for 89 yards and a touchdown from UCLA commit Dionte Sykes and 2015 quarterback recruit Bryce Perkins was 21-for-30 for 267 yards and a touchdown, but three interceptions, in the seven-point win.
Oakley Freedom def. Antioch, 28-27
Led by five-star running back Joe Mixon, Freedom held on for a 28-27 win in overtime after Antioch missed a PAT that would have tied it. Mixon had a touchdown run while still playing through an ankle injury.
Elk Grove Cosumnes Oaks def. Galt Liberty Ranch, 45-13
Four-star 2014 receiver Alex Van Dyke who recently committed to UCLA, had four catches for 109 yards and a touchdown and 2015 four-star receiver L.J. Reed added three catches for 30 yards and a touchdown in the win.
Carmel (Ind.) def. Fishers (Ind.), 35-20
Carmel and UCLA commit Austin Roberts won their first playoff game by 15 points.
Sarasota (Fla.) Booker def. Bradenton (Fla.) Bayshore
Before committing to UCLA after his game, Marlon Mack ran for 325 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Bayshore.
Galena Park (Texas) North Shore def. La Porte (Texas), 58-0
Playing before he left on his official visit to UCLA, newest Bruin verbal Najee Toran and North Shore blew out La Porte by 58-points.