*Carl Winston had 229 yards rushing and a touchdown in Gardena Serra'a 21-19 win over Carson. Morrell Presley had seven receptions for 120 yards in a losing cause.
*Ross Bacon ran for 144 yards and a touchdown while Jake Bernards was 13-for-19 for 176 yards and three touchdown passes to lead West Ranch to a 42-26 win over Lancaster.
*Richard Brehaut was 14-for-23 for 223 yards and a touchdown and ran for 95 yards and a score to lead Los Osos to a 20-7 victory over Cajon.
*Jeffrey Taylor had two touchdowns, a 42 yard reception and a 68 yarder, plus a 42-yard punt return and seven solo tackles to lead Cantwell to a 49-7 rout of Salesian.
*Randall Williams had 241 all-purpose yards: 40 receiving, 103 rushing, 98 kickoff return and a touchdown to pace Chula Vista Eastlake to a 35-17 win over Torrey Pines.
*In a 21-6 Foothill win over Tustin, linebacker Jordan Winger recorded 20 tackles and recovered a fumble for the Knights.
*Dietrich Riley rushed for 113 yards on 11 carries and scored a touchdown and intercepted a pass to lead St. Francis to a 55-7 win over Arcadia. Apache linebacker Todd Golper, on a bad foot, had 22 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.
*Behind the blocking of Greg Capella, Visalia 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, with El Diamante beating Bakersfield West, 34-14.
*Loyola defeated Palos Verdes, 34-0, thanks largely in part to junior running back Anthony Barr, who rushed for 161 yards on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns in the rout of Palos Verdes in the Cubs final test before De La Salle this weekend.
*Cathedral Catholic running back Tyler Gaffney ran for 179 yards and had scored five touchdowns, rushing for four and catching one for a score in a 42-10 win over Point Loma.
*Danville Monte Vista tight end Zach Ertz showed he was back in a big way, catching two touchdown passes in his first game since breaking his arm in Week Six a year ago, helping Monte Vista to a 45-13 win over James Logan.
*Defending NCS champion San Ramon Valley got a big night from quarterback Joe Southwick, who was 20-for-28 for 288 yards and three touchdowns.
*Leroy Green ran for 125 yds and two touchdowns and the Grizzlies defense held Las Lomas star Diante Jackson to only 38 yards. Junior safety Reggie Davis had an interception as the Grizzlies prepped for their game in Washington with a 29-9 win over Las Lomas.
*San Jose Valley Christian running back Cameron Marshall reached paydirt four times, three on the ground and one a 27-yard pick six in VCs 35-21 win over San Leandro. Marshall ran for 161 yards on only 11 carries in the win.
*Jabari Carr rushed for 173 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries to lead the defending CCS Champs to a 49-7 rout of Woodside.
*In their prep game before Stockton St. Mary's, San Jose Bellarmine Prep was led by WCAL Player of the Year Usua Amanam, who had 249 all-purpose yards, including four touchdowns, one a 0-yard punt return and the other a 97-yard kickoff return, in the Bells 34-6 win over Aragon.
*NorCal's leading passer, Gilroy quarterback Jamie Jensen, completed 11 of 19 passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns , all three going to Dante Fullard, who had a rushing touchdown as well and 200 all-purpose yards in Gilroy's 62-13 win over San Jose Archbishop Mitty.
*Brent Seals had three touchdowns and Bobby Wheatley threw for 230 yards and two touchdowns to lead La Puente Bishop Amat to a surprising 47-39 win over Orange Lutheran. Exavier Edwards ran for a pair of scores in a losing cause.
*Ben Bowen rushed for 221 yards and had 71 yards receiving, reaching the end zone four times to give Mt. Whitney a big lead, eventually leading to a 53-8 win over Tulare Western.
*Exeter running back Cameron Loeffler ran for 252 yards and four touchdowns in their 38-7 win over Woodlake.
*Sean Schroeder threw for 333 yards and four touchdowns and Connor St. Clair caught seven passes for 150 yards and three touchdowns, part of Dana Hills' 564 yards in total offense in a 56-7 thrashing of El Toro.
*Christian Brothers RB/CB Marcus McDaniel had 150 yards on 21 carries, scoring two touchdowns and picking off a pass to help Christian Brothers of Sacramento to a 28-18 win over Sacramento Burbank.
*Hemet West Valley do-everything back Tyrone Richardson scored four touchdowns, two in the air on his five catch, 130 yard performance and added three carries for 46 yards, and two touchdowns in a 42-10 win over Arroyo Valley.
*Corona Santiago got a 49-yard touchdown run from Brandon Connette, a 12-yard touchdown catch and 73-yard touchdown run from Sean Murray and 18 tackles from Earnest Sayles to cruise to a 50-13 win over La Quinta.
*The state's leading passer a year ago, Cerritos Gahr's Corey Nielsen, bounced back from a slow start to throw for 314 yards on 20-of-33 passing with five touchdowns in Gahr's 33-30 win over Millikan.
*Spencer Lewis was 31-for-53 for 323 yards in a losing cause for Colfax to Minico of Idaho.
*Del Oro quarterback Mason Magleby passed for 252 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 124, but Del Oro came up short against Lake City of Idaho, 34-33.
*Santa Margarita quarterback Ryan World tied a school record held by Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer, when he finished 24-of-36 for 333 yards with a record-tying five touchdowns. Logan Sweet had 75 yards and a score and Gavin Escobar added 74 yards and a touchdown.
*St. John Bosco quarterback Keith Price was 13-for-16 for 287 yards and three touchdowns to give the Braves a big cushion in an eventual 34-0 rout of La Verne Damien.
*Josh Nunes was 17-for-27 for 288 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a touchdown while Jason Spechier caught six passes for 136 yards and a score and Osahon Irabor caught two touchdown passes to lead Upland to a 35-21 win over Glendora.
*Crespi 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 a 31-0 rout of Birmingham.