Hart vs Santiago Canyon (Played at COC)
Hart’s offense continued to roll as they extended their winning streak to three games, after coming from behind to beat Santiago Canyon 52-35.
Brady White passed for seven touchdowns on the night, tying his own school record.
Nelson James ran for 201 yards and a touchdown while also catching three touchdowns for 51 yards.
With the win the Indians move to 3-2 on the season, .150 percentage points behind first place Valencia in the Foothill league standings.
Valencia @ Santa Monica
The Vikings picked up their third win of the season to put them on top of the Foothill league with a 35-0 shutout of Santa Monica.
Quarterback Cole Parkinson threw for a pair of 40 plus yard touchdown passes while Jay Jay Wilson added two rushing touchdowns to help Valencia overwhelm Santa Monica.
Brandon scored what was ultimately the game winning touchdown on an opening drive 17 yard TD rush as the Vikings never looked back.
Valencia will look to hold on to their Foothill league lead with a tough test against Centennial next week.
Golden Valley @ Hawthorne
Golden Valley snapped their two game losing streak with a 28-0 drumming of Hawthorne.
The Grizzlies improved to 2-2 on the season after the big win on the road, improving to 2-0 away from Harry Welch Stadium this season (Golden Valley plays all home games at Canyon High).
Golden Valley will look to improve their record further and pick up their home win against Chatsworth Charter next Friday.
Canyon @ St. Francis
Canyon looked to win its third game in a row, but faced a stiff test from #25 ranked St. Francis on Friday night.
The Cowboys would get out to an early 6-0 lead, but the St. Francis offense would light up the scoreboard in the second quarter with three touchdowns, putting Canyon behind 28-18 at the half.
The teams would trade blows for the rest of the game, with St. Francis ultimately coming out on top 49-32, stopping the Cowboys two game winning streak.
Miles Fallin threw for 309 yards in the loss for the Cowboys.
West Ranch vs Oxnard (Played at Valencia HS)
West Ranch couldn’t quite recapture the magic from a few weeks ago, dropping their second straight game, this time in a close one to Oxnard.
Both teams scored on their opportunities, with the game ultimately coming down to the wire, as West Ranch came from 14 down at one point to make it close, but Oxnard would win the game 28-21, dropping West Ranch to 2-3 on the season.
The Wildcats will look to end their two game slide in its first league game of the season against the Saugus Centurions on 10/10.