***Game of the Week*** Calabasas (Calif.) def. Moorpark (Calif.), 42-35
Calabasas got 129 yards and two touchdowns in the air from five-star cornerback Darnay Holmes, a major UCLA target, and a fumble recover from Holmes and they held off Moorpark to earn the league title and the top seed in the CIF-SS playoffs.
Redlands (Calif.) East Valley def. Redlands (Calif.) Citrus Valley, 51-7
With UCLA head coach Jim Mora and defensive line coach Angus McClure arriving to see UCLA’s five-star defensive end commit Jaelan Phillips, in a helicopter, Phillips showed them a preview of what they’ll get from him. The nation’s No. 1 defensive end had 13 tackles, seven sacks, two hurries, deflected a pass, forced a fumble and blocked a field goal in front of his future coaches.
Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei def. San Juan Capistrano (Calif.) JSerra, 59-7
The Monarchs wrapped up the Trinity League title and earned the top seed in the CIF-SS Division I playoffs with a blowout of JSerra. UCLA commit Quentin Lake had a pair of tackles and a pass deflection. 2019 four-star quarterback J.T. Daniels was 23-for-38 for 459 yards and six touchdowns. 2018 four-star UCLA target Nikko Remigio had 128 yards receiving and 2019 four-star target Horace McCoy had 65 yards receiving, with Remigio having two touchdown catches.
Corona (Calif.) Centennial def. Riverside (Calif.) King, 52-7
UCLA commit Jaylan Shaw had two tackles and 2018 four-star quarterback Tanner McKee was 24-for-27 for 350 yards and four touchdowns and ran for a score.
El Camino (Calif.) College def. Chaffey (Calif.) College, 29-20
UCLA commit Ronald Rudd and Chaffey dropped their fifth straight, despite rushing for 225 yards in the loss.
Roseville (Calif.) def. Roseville (Calif.) Oakmont, 41-21
UCLA tight end commit Jimmy Jaggers has been getting it done on defense as well and he helped the Tigers top their rivals by 20 and end the regular season 9-1.
Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon def. Lancaster (Calif.) Paraclete, 35-7
UCLA commit Kanan Ray and Sierra Canyon clinched an unbeaten regular season with a blowout of Paraclete. Sierra Canyon ran for 355 yards (8.7 yards a carry) and five touchdowns in the rout.
Ocoee (Fla.) def. Winter Park (Fla.) West Orange, 31-29
UCLA quarterback commit Austin Burton led West Orange from a 23-point deficit back to a chance to tie on a late two-point conversion but West Orange couldn’t connect. They then recovered the onside kick and Burton got them in field goal range, but the kick missed and West Orange had their season come to an end.
Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman def. Las Vegas (Nev.) Sierra Vista, 56-7
Scout’s defending national champions, Bishop Gorman, got a pair of catches from 2018 four-star quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson and from 2018 four-star tight end Brevin Jordan, who added a touchdown, plus three tackles from four-star safety target Bubba Bolden in their final regular season win.
Pittsburg (Calif.) def. Antioch (Calif.), 61-35
With UCLA defensive line coach Angus McClure looking on to watch running back recruit Najee Harris, the No. 1 player in the country, who UCLA is still trying with, Pitt got the upper hand, holding Harris to a season-low 62 yards on 19 carries and a pair of short touchdown runs, his lowest rushing total since his sophomore year.
Concord (Calif.) De La Salle def. Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista, 45-17
De La Salle got a big game from defensive tackle Tuli Letuligasenoa, a 2018 four-star who has a UCLA offer, with his former DT mate Boss Tagaloa on the sidelines. Letuligasenoa had 2.5 sacks of Washington quarterback commit Jake Haener, who went down six times on the game, and kept their streak alive of wins over NorCal teams, beating everyone they’ve played since 1991.
Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) def. Chino Hills (Calif.), 45-7
Mora and McClure joined defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin for this one to watch UCLA target Jaylon Redd, who’s committed to Oregon but the Bruins are still trying with. Redd did his damage on offense, rushing for 139 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win.
Portland (Ore.) Jesuit and UCLA commit Jaxson Kirkland had a first round playoff bye after South Eugene (Ore.) forfeited their first round game.