Saturday, Sept. 20
Derek Leiphardt had 244 yards and four touchdowns in 11 carries and Brendan Doyle threw three touchdown passes for host Bell-Jeff (3-0) at Burroughs High. Webb is 1-1.
Capistrano Valley Christian 23, Fillmore 20
Derek Hauschka kicked a 20-yard field goal as time expired to lead host Capistrano Valley Christian (1-2).
Flintridge Prep 41, Santa Clara 8
T.C. Scotton gained 181 yards in 16 carries and scored on runs of 46 and 17 yards for Flintridge Prep. Jeff Yun added 33 yards, including a 12-yard score, in five carries, and Wes Ouchi rushed five times for 44 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown, and Ramses Barden made three catches for 105 yards, including one for 77 yards from quarterback Greg Sherman for the Rebels. Linebacker Jesse Fleece led Flintridge Prep's defense with 10 tackles and Mike Gadel intercepted a pass. Santa Clara is 0-2.
Fountain Valley 28, San Clemente 7
Fountain Valley was viewed as a good barometer for the South Coast League race this season.
The Barons opened the season playing back to back game against Mission Viejo and San Clemente, teams that are expected to battle for the South Coast League title this season.
But the Barons proved again Saturday night that they are more than a good gauge for another league race, amassing 306 yards rushing in an upset over No. 18 San Clemente at Huntington Beach High.
The victory came on the heels of last week's 14-13 loss to No. 2 Mission Viejo, when the Barons came up short on a late two-point conversion that would have ended the Diablos 29-game winning streak.
``We tore it up,'' said Leo Talavou, Fountain Valley's 6-3, 325-pound offensive tackle.
Fountain Valley took a 21-0 lead early in the fourth quarter on a seven-yard touchdown pass from Chris Debowski to Mike Musso, which capped a 15-play, 99-yard drive.
``On that 99-yard drive, they were dying,'' said Talavou.
After the Tritons recovered its own fumble in the endzone to cut the lead to 21-7, Bryan Riehm answered with a 44-yard touchdown run to put the Barons back up by 21 points.
Riehm finished with 94 yards in 13 carries. Ryan Best led the Barons with 113 yards rushing in 13 carries.
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