LOCAL COLLEGES : HARVEY LEADS VALLEY OVER WINLESS HARBOR 45-0.
Valley College continued to roll through the Western State Conference Southern Division, piling up 450 yards in total offense in a 45-0 rout of host Harbor on Saturday.
Marcus Harvey ran for 136 yards and two touchdowns, leading a running game that gained 233 yards as Valley improved to 6-1 and 3-0.
Harbor fell to 0-6 and 0-3.
Valley easily moved the ball, peppering the Seahawks with the running of Harvey and the passing of Dave Lins and Tom Racius.
Lins completed 9 of 14 passes for 123 yards, including touchdown passes of 3 and 11 yards.
Racius completed 3 of 8 passes for 82 yards with touchdown passes of 25 and 53 yards.
Both of Racius' touchdown passes went to Kenyatta Burris, who finished with two receptions for 63 yards.
The Monarchs wasted little time putting the game away, using the running of Harvey to take a 31-0 lead at halftime.
Harvey rushed for 86 yards on eight carries, scoring on runs of 37 and 1 yards.
He set up his last touchdown - a 1-yard dive into the end zone - with a 25-yard reception on a shovel pass from Lins.
Harvey also had a 20-yard punt return that set up another Valley touchdown.
Lins threw for two scores, completing 10 of 14 passes for 123 yards by halftime.
He hooked up with receiver Randall Lane on a 3-yard fade in the corner of the end zone for the Monarchs' first score and then added an 11-yard touchdown pass to Eric Carpenter.
SOURCE: Danny Schumacher
Glendale 49, Ventura 7: Tight end Rocky Barbaro caught four passes for 126 yards, including three first-half touchdowns, as the Vaqueros (3-3, 1-0) rolled past the Pirates (3-3, 0-1) in a WSC Northern Division opener at Ventura.
Aryn Hart completed 7 of 14 passes for 248 yards for Glendale, which has defeated Ventura 12 straight times. The Vaqueros also got a 76-yard touchdown run from Ramone Archie.
SOURCE: Mark Bowen
Bakersfield 38, Pierce 11: A dominating defense led the Renegades (5-1), who intercepted Brahmas quarterback Dan McMullen twice, forced him to fumble twice and held the Pierce (0-6) running game to 51 yards in a WSC game at Bakersfield.
Bakersfield tailback Armis Stokes led all rushers with 162 yards on 26 carries and teammate Jermain Ervin had TD receptions of 7 and 10 yards plus a 4-yard scoring run. Renegades quarterback Nathan Sparks was 11 of 19 for 134 yards, with three TD passes.
McMullen finished with 135 yards on 15-for-29 passing. Jermaine Brooks, the Brahmas' WSC-leading receiver, was held in check most of the night, collecting only four catches for 79 yards.
SOURCE: Aaron Meier
Cal Lutheran 31, Claremont 17: Ryan Huisenga threw three touchdown passes, two of them to Aaron Hehe, as the Kingsmen (2-4, 2-1) won a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game at Claremont.
Huisenga completed 11 of 15 passes for 189 yards - six to Hehe, for 135 yards. Fredrik Nanhed added 140 yards rushing on 21 carries and scored the game's first touchdown on a 58-yard run up the middle in the first quarter.
SOURCE: Rodney Ley
Antelope Valley 22, Southwestern 13: For the first time in six meetings dating back to 1975, the Marauders (3-3) were able to defeat the Apaches (3-4) in a nonconference game at Antelope Valley College.
Running back Muhammed McDonald scored two touchdowns for the Marauders, while teammate Jamar Day scored one and totaled 179 yards rushing on 19 carries. Day's longest run of 72 yards came with 3:00 left in the game and set up his 3-yard touchdown run to extend the lead to nine.
Kicker Andy Rethi of the Marauders fought extremely windy conditions all night but was good on a 38-yard field goal in the third quarter with the wind at his back.
SOURCE: Brian Rappe
Pomona-Pitzer 35, Occidental 7: The winless Tigers (0-6) got on the scoreboard first with a second-quarter touchdown, but then the Sagehens (5-2) ran off 35 straight points en route to a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win at Occidental.
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|Publication:||Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)|
|Date:||Oct 27, 1996|
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