LARGE SCHOOLS: SCOTT, MOORPARK RUN PAST VENTURA IN SEMIFINAL REMATCH.
Moorpark (2-1), which lost the playoff meeting, began with consecutive 66-yard scoring drives, Scott amassing all 132 yards, 123 of them on the ground, and scoring on runs of 1 and 2 yards.
Scott, a junior, has 656 yards and eight touchdowns in three games.
Moorpark put the game away with strong defensive play. Arturo Tamayo made a fourth-down tackle in the third quarter to give the Musketeers the ball at the Ventura 27, leading to a 23-yard touchdown run by Scott for an 18-0 lead.
Less than two minutes later, Nick Sarrocco intercepted a pass to set up Adam Barry's 11-yard touchdown pass to Nick Karam to make it 25-0.
-- Matt Marini
Westlake 21, Saugus 6: Ryan Campbell completed 13 of 18 passes for 157 yards and scored on a 7-yard touchdown pass as the Warriors (2-0) topped visiting Saugus (1-1).
Byron Sells ran for 49 yards on 13 carries and scored on a 1-yard touchdown run on Westlake of Thousand Oaks' first possession, capping a seven-play, 76-yard drive, and Jordan Mannisto booted 38- and 39-yard field goals for a 13-7 halftime lead.
Saugus' Kyle Monson, who caught seven passes for 95 yards, scored on a 38-yard throw from Nick Gauthier with 1:29 remaining in the first half. Gauthier completed 14 of 22 passes for 162 yards and rushed for 138 yards on 23 carries.
Westlake was outgained 335-227.
-- George Vranau
Hart 39, Bishop Amat 16: Denalo Howell amassed more than 300 all-purpose yards as the Indians routed host Bishop Amat of La Puente for their first victory of the year.
Howell returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and added a 16-yard scoring run later in the first quarter.
The Lancers' special teams pinned Hart inside its 5-yard line three times, leading to blocked punt for a safety, and they closed the gap to 14-9 on Dorian Wells' 19-yard run just before halftime.
Hart of Newhall took charge in the second half, running for touchdowns of 39, 6 and 1 yard. He finished with 177 yards rushing on 21 carries.
Alex Pettee completed 14 of 30 passes for 234 yards for the Indians.
-- Greg Daurio
Notre Dame 38, Lynwood 6: Fresh off a come-from behind victory over Canyon of Canyon Country of Sherman Oaks coach Kevin Rooneuy said he wanted to see improvement from his players.
He received what he was looking for as the Knights won for the 37th time in 38 games.
Shane Horton took over for injured quarterback Dayne Crist and led Notre Dame to four first-half touchdowns. He ran for scores from 21 and 10 yards and threw TD passes to Mike Stanton and Ben Bruneau.
Thaddeus Brown rushed 14 times for 150 yards, and Chris Plance caught touchdown pass from Bret Visciglia.
-- Frank Carulli
Burroughs 35, Harvard-Westlake 31: Joe Wiggan rushed for 237 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Indians (2-0) past Harvard-Westlake of Studio City.
Wiggan's third touchdown, with 8:20 to play, remaining in the game, Wiggan scored his third touchdown to halt the Wolverines' comeback from a 28-7 halftime deficit.
Harvard-Westlake, behind quarterback John Howe, scored 17 third-quarter points to pull within four points of Burroughs of Burbank.
The Wolverines, taking advantage of a fumbled kickoff return, scored twice in the first four minutes of the second half.
Howe threw three touchdowns and ran for another, and John Sabastian made five receptions for 56 yards and two touchdowns.
Burroughs quarterback Corey Howard completed 10 of 19 passes for 158 yards and connected with Nick Bryant for second-quarter touchdown passes of 42 and 30 yards.
-- Shawn Clingan
Simi Valley 20, Pacifica 14: Adam Hernandez picked off a pass at Simi Valley's 15-yard line with 1:18 left to play to secure the win for the host Pioneers (1-1).
A 10-yard scoring pass from Vince Moraga to Herman Young gave Pacifica of Oxnard (0-2) a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter, Simi Valley's Langston Jackson scored on a 6-yard run just before halftime to tie the score.
Jackson, who rushed for 117 yards on 25 carries, scored on a 4-yard run on the first possession of the fourth quarter added a 12-yard touchdown run on the next series as the Pioneers took command.
-- Mike Johnson
La Canada 27, Glendale 8: LaVelle Peterson scored four touchdowns to lead the the Spartans (2-1) past Glendale (0-2).
Peterson scored the first time he touched the ball, returning a first- quarter punt 62 yards, and added touchdown runs of 23, 15 and 7 yards. He ran for 189 yards on 24 carries.
Glendale, trailing 20-6, drove to La Canada's 1-yard line in the fourth quarter but was stopped on downs. The Nitros' defense then sacked La Canada quarterback John Ondrejcka in the end zone for a safety.
Nader Rahimi rushed 19 times for 99 yards to lead Glendale, which scored its points on a 30-yard Smiley Martinez-to-Victor Anaya pass in the first quarter.
-- Steve Goldstein
Alemany 34, Desert Hot Springs 8: Billy Rojas scored three touchdowns, leading the Warriors (2-0) past visiting Desert Hot Springs (0-2).
Rojas completed 9 of 22 passes for 192 yards, threw touchdown passes of 31 and 43 yards to Britt Cook and ran for another score.
Isaac Figueroa rushed for 96 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries for Alemany, which switched its nickname from Indians thius fall.
Jeremiah Shea intercepted two passes for the Warriors.
-- John Call
Barstow 13, Antelope Valley 6: The Aztecs (2-1) scored 13 fourth-quarter points to overcome visiting Antelope Valley of Lancaster (0-2).
Barstow overcame two fumbles in the third quarter, one as Mike McCray was crossing the goal line for what would have been the tying touchdown, and the Aztecs defense held the Antelopes to 77 yards in the second half.
Michael E. Davis rushed for 112 yards on 15 carries and Tykeith Haley added 86 on four carries for Antelope Valley.
-- Don York
Chaminade 46, Burbank 6: Devin Smith rushed for 80 yards and three touchdowns and Aubrey Smith caught three passes for 89 yards and two scores to lead the Eagles (2-0) past visiting Burbank (1-1).
Ryan Griffin completed 11 of 23 passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns, connecting with Aubrey Smith on scoring tosses of 15 and 42 yards. Cory Perkins intercepted two passes to lead Chaminade's defense.
James Antaplyan made eight receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs.
-- Mitch Polin
Thousand Oaks 26, Atascadero 22: Ryan Cloney completed 24 of 30 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns to lead the visiting Lancers.
-- Joshua D. Scroggin
West Ranch 43, Hamilton 6: Joseph Spell rushed for 163 yards and two touchdowns as the Wildcats romped past visiting Hamilton of Anza.
-- Colin Ward-Henninger
Royal 27, Hueneme 0: Michael Ohrt caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Michael Long and Danny Jennings added a 24-yard field goal in the first quarter as Royal of Simi Valley routed Hueneme of Oxnard.
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|Date:||Sep 16, 2006|
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