Game of the Week: St. Francis def. Arcadia, 54-7
UCLA commit Todd Golper, despite injuring his big toe, and possibly sidelining himself, had 17 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. The injury kept him from playing offense for the Apaches, however. St. Francis junior running back Dietrich Riley rushed for 113 yards on 11 carries, picked off a pass and scored a touchdown. Quarterback Justin Sciarra was 7-for-9 for 129 yards and two touchdowns.
Los Osos def. San Bernardino Cajon, 20-7
UCLA quarterback commit Richard Brehaut got the better of former UCLA commit Marlon Pollard, leading the Grizzlies to a methodical 20-7 win. Brehaut was 14-for-23 for 223 yards passing with two touchdowns while he ran for 95 yards and a score in the win.
Mission Viejo def. Redondo, 58-20
Alex Mascarenas, committed to UCLA as a defensive back, caught a touchdown pass and helped lead the Diablos to a big lead. Teammate Kevin Chandler had 108 yards receiving and a score and Allan Bridgford threw five touchdown passes.
Corona Centennial at Temecula Chaparral
The Huskies rallied to beat the Pumas and remain unbeaten before their matchup with Mater Dei. Bruin verbal Ricky Marvray caught four passes for 44 yards and a touchdown in the win.
Visalia El Diamante def. Bakersfield West, 34-14
Behind the blocking of UCLA commit Greg Capella, El Diamante rolled up 450 yards in offense, with 296 yards coming from the running of Stefphon Jefferson, who scored five touchdowns. Four of the five scores were off the blocks of Capella.
La Puente Bishop Amat def. Orange Lutheran, 47-39
Bishop Amat, behind three touchdowns from senior prospect Brent Seals, stunned Orange Lutheran, bouncing back from their opening loss to Los Osos. UCLA linebacker commit Isaiah Bowens was still out with an injury while UCLA-committed Sheldon Price had a solid game in the secondary.
Pomona Diamond Ranch def. Ontario Colony, 21-0
Behind a defense led by UCLA defensive back target Brandon Sermons, Diamond Ranch shut out the vaunted Colony offense, keeping, the Kenneth Scott-less offense (out with an injury) at bay in the three-touchdown win.
Narbonne def. Inglewood, 34-13
Shaquelle Evans had two catches, including a 71-yard touchdown, but it wasn't nearly enough as the Gauchos crushed Inglewood. USC-committed Byron Moore had five receptions for 57 yards and a score but the star was 2010 stud Sean Parker, who had a pair of interception returns for touchdowns, one from 45 yards and one from 95 yards.
Los Angeles Loyola def. Palos Verdes, 34-0
The Cubs were led by 2010 stud junior running back Anthony Barr, who rushed for 161 yards on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns in the rout of Palos Verdes. This was the Cubs' final test before De La Salle this week.
Encino Crespi def. Birmingham, 31-0
Junior quarterback Bryan Bennett was 8-of-14 for 170 yards and three touchdowns, while senior Kevin Cummings had a 37-yard touchdown reception, an interception and a fumble recovery for a touchback in the rout of the Patriots. Birmingham quarterback Morey Croson was 8-of-19 for 138 yards and Trajuan Briggs had 99 yards on 21 carries in the loss.
Silverado def. Centennial, 21-13
Defensive end target Keenan Graham had seven tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery for Silverado, which overcame the loss of their starting quarterback and running back to remain unbeaten.