SMALL SCHOOLS ROUNDUP: H.-W. GIVES CONDORS NOWHERE TO RUN.The Harvard-Westlake defense held host California to 14 first-half yards and minus-23 yards rushing for the game, defeating the Condors 23-10 in a first-round Division VII match-up Friday night.
Harvard-Westlake (6-5) got two first-half touchdowns from Lerato Simelane to take a 17-3 halftime lead. But Simelane left the game in the second quarter after reinjuring his leg, which kept him out of last week's regular-season finale. He finished with nine carries for 68 yards.
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After Cal (9-2) closed to within seven points early in the fourth quarter, quarterback Richard Irvin connected with Richard Nicholson on a 73-yard touchdown pass to seal the victory.
Condors quarterback Bret Le Vier was 13 of 22 for 168 yards and a touchdown and kicked a 45-yard field goal.
- Steve Goldstein
Morro Bay 28, La Canada 7: Rusty Requa gained 138 yards on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead host Morro Bay (10-1) in a Division X first-round game.
The visiting Spartans (5-6) gained just 112 yards in intermittent rain. Chet Johnson-Blasucci had 67 yards on 16 carries, including a 3-yard touchdown to give the Spartans a 7-0 lead.
La Canada did not help itself with an interception, a 13-yard punt and a bobbled snap on another punt, which resulted in a 4-yard loss that led to Morro Bay's final touchdown.
- Jack Pollon
Cathedral 59, Calabasas 30: In a game featuring more than 700 yards in passing, the top-seeded Phantoms scored 29 unanswered points in the second half to extend a 23-17 halftime lead to 52-17 midway through the fourth quarter in the Division XI game at Pius X High.
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Calabasas quarterback Justin Fenchel was 21 of 38 for 286 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Bernstein Matt Bernstein (born 1982-12-26 in Scarsdale, New York) was a football standout at University of Wisconsin-Madison, currently playing with the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League after a stint in the National Football League with the Detroit Lions. had eight receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown for Calabasas (3-8). Bernstein also kicked a 50-yard field goal in the first quarter.
- Kirby Lee
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Leading Oak Park were Eric Testan and Monty McNair. Testan rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown to lead the ground attack. He left the game midway through the third quarter with a shoulder injury.
McNair returned a punt 64 yards for a touchdown, kicked a 37-yard field goal and converted three of four extra-point attempts.
- Alex Valladares
Montclair Prep 51, Cantwell 20: The Mounties' running produced six touchdowns by three different runners in a Division XII rout over the Cardinals (6-5) in Montebello.
Jerome Dennis rushed for 210 yards on 21 carries and scored three touchdowns for Montclair Prep (9-2).
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Gary Sonkur rushed for 83 yards in 10 carries and scored the game's final two touchdowns, and fullback Justin Goss n. 1. Gorse. scored on a 2-yard run and caught a 16-yard scoring pass from his twin brother Jason.
- Howard Abrams
Paraclete 57, Desert 24: Robert Fockaert was 16 of 20 for 228 yards and five touchdowns to lead the host Spirits (8-3) in the first round of the Division XII playoffs.
Michael Washington was Fockaert's favorite receiver, catching eight passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Curtis Brown
The Spirits, who scored on nine of 10 possessions, were just as dominating defensively. Defensive back John McMurty had eight tackles, and defensive lineman Mike Drivdahl added seven. McMurty also kicked a 45-yard field goal.
The Scorpions (7-4) were led by quarterback Justin Dion, who was 18 of 30 for 255 yards and two touchdowns. Receiver Doug Faulk had five catches for 106 yards and a score.
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Rosamond 34, Salesian 14: Quarterback Cory Allred was 14 of 20 for 231 yards and three touchdowns to lead the No. 1-seeded Roadrunners past the visiting Mustangs in a Division XII first-round playoff game.
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Salesian (5-5-1) cut the deficit to 15-6 on a 56-yard touchdown run by Carlos Avila, who led the Mustangs with 95 all-purpose yards.
Allred responded by leading the Roadrunners to 19 straight points, on touchdown passes of 28, 35 and 36 yards, to give Rosamond a 34-6 lead.
- George Vranau
Mojave 49, Bell-Jeff 16: Mojave, making its first back-to-back playoff appearance in 20 years, scored touchdowns on five consecutive first-half possessions and cruised to a Division XII victory at home.
The Mustangs (10-1), who have fought all season to overcome the tragic death in an auto accident of all Southern Section running back Koury Davis, fittingly opened the fourth quarter with a 42-0 lead serving as a remembrance of Davis' jersey number 42.
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- Sean Ceglinsky
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L.A. Baptist's defense had no answer for Notre Dame (10-1) running back Derrick Johnson
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Knights quarterback Scott Swenson completed 16 of 31 passes for 185 yards and three touchdowns, but threw four interceptions. Steven Graham caught five Swenson passes for 97 yards.
- Justin Montello
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Brown was raised in San Antonio, Texas. rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown and had an interception as the Rebels upset the No. 4-seeded Dawgs in a Southern Section Division XIII first-round game at Fontana High.
Flintrdige Prep (4-6) held Ambassador Christian (7-3) to 85 yards of total offense, including minus-2 yards passing.
Brown's touchdown came on a 20-yard run with 7:19 left in the second quarter and capped a nine-play, 57-yard drive.
The Rebels scored again on a 1-yard run by Chase Atkinson after a failed punt attempt gave Flintridge Prep the ball at the Dawgs' 16.
- Bob Timmermann
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The Boron defense was led by Brandon Lewter, who had nine tackles and an assist, and held Twin Pines to 39 yards offense.
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Viewpoint's Andrew Chizever threw for a touchdown and rushed for another score.