Here are the stat leaders from the second round of the CIF-SS playoffs.
1. Humberto Maciel, Westminster
39 carries, 250 yards, 4 TDs
2. Oscar Gomez, St. Margaret's
11 carries, 205 yards, 3 TDs
3. Jordan Antunez, Garden Grove
25 carries, 185 yards, 1
With only six football games involving Orange County teams, there will not be a scramble to secure stadiums for the CIF-Southern Section semifinals that will be played locally.
San Clemente and Trabuco Hills won coin flips that decided they are home teams for their Southwest Division semifinals. San Clemente plays host to Sea View rival
Brethren Christian receiver Guy Demazeliere caught a touchdown pass in the Warriors' playoff loss Friday night, giving him 40 for his career and sole possession of the county record.
He moved ahead of Jeremy Childs, who had 39 for Los Alamitos (2002-04).
Demazeliere's TD came in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' l
Scores from Friday's high school football games:
CIF-SOUTHERN SECTION PLAYOFFS
St. John Bosco 48, Norco 7
Long Beach Poly 44, Crespi 27
Centennial 27, Mater Dei 24
Bishop Amat 24, JSerra 17
MISSION VIEJO – Capistrano Valley extended its special playoff run Friday thanks to key plays on special teams and a swarming defense.
Adam Gordon returned a punt 31 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter and later added an interception as the Cougars defeated visiting Valencia, 26-7, in the second round of the CI
MISSION VIEJO – The emotions after the game spoke volumes of how far the JSerra program had come this past season.
The Lions faithful walked out of Saddleback College stunned. Several coaches could be seen with their hands on their knees. And a number of players consoled their teammates on the long walk back to the locker room.
SANTA ANA – It was supposed to be a heavyweight bout – Centennial of Corona’s high-flying offense against Mater Dei’s lockdown defense – but an unheralded unit stole the spotlight Friday night at Santa Ana Stadium.
The same Centennial defense that gave up 64 points to Serra last week withstood Mater Dei&rsqu
MISSION VIEJO – The quarterback-receiver combination of Jimmy Jacobs and Jake Breeland has been a splendid combo for Trabuco Hills all season.
Corona del Mar was well aware of that. The Sea Kings’ defense concentrated on keeping Jacobs-Breeland from establishing a rapport Friday in their second-round playoff game against the
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA – When you’re going good, you just find a way to win.
Things are going good for Mission Viejo’s football team, which overcame some electrifying plays and a late charge by Rancho Cucamonga to win, 38-35, Friday night in the CIF-SS West Valley Division second round at Los Osos High.
MURRIETA – Minutes after it was over, Kyle Williams was in tears, Coley Candaele was shaking his head, and a capacity crowd was in disbelief.
Williams’ 3-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Long with no time left on the clock gave Vista Murrieta an improbable 28-27 victory over visiting Tesoro on Friday night
BUENA PARK – Buena Park running back Marcus Loudon wanted no part in exacting revenge against Villa Park during Friday night’s CIF-SS Southwest Division second-round playoff game.
After the Coyotes lost to Villa Park by 26 points in last year’s playoffs, Loudon and his Buena Park teammates were simply focused on the fut
ORANGE – The Southern Division second-round game between Los Amigos and Canyon wound up being a microcosm of the Comanches’ season.
Canyon couldn’t get anything going in first half, but it came out like a juggernaut in the second, rolling to a 27-3 victory over the Lobos at El Modena High.
The Comanches (6-6) wi
TEMECULA – El Toro had no answer for Demetric Felton on Friday night, as it was defeated by Great Oak of Temecula, 27-24, in the second round of the CIF-SS West Valley Division playoffs.
Felton rushed for 244 yards on 24 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns, advancing the Wolfpack to their first semifinal. They will meet
TUSTIN – San Clemente quarterback Sam Darnold was on target from the start Friday night in the second round of the CIF-SS Southwest Division playoffs against Foothill.
Darnold threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter and five in the game to lead the second-seeded Tritons to a 56-6 victory over Foothill at Tustin High.
GARDEN GROVE – Before Friday night’s CIF-SS Southern Division second-round playoff game against Brea Olinda, Garden Grove coach Ricardo Cepeda predicted it was going to be a “dogfight.”
Cepeda couldn’t have labeled it any better, as his Argonauts held on for a hard-fought, 21-18 victory at Garden Gro
GARDEN GROVE – Second-seeded Westminster stormed back from an 18-point deficit in the fourth quarter and appeared to score the winning touchdown with 11 seconds to play in Friday night's CIF-SS playoff showdown with Rancho Alamitos at Bolsa Grande High.
But a penalty flag changed everything.
Matt Dinh found Dat Tr
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Brethren Christian’s season came to a screeching halt in a CIF-SS East Valley Division second-round playoff game Friday night at Ocean View High, where they were routed by Grace Brethren, 49-21.
The two-headed running attack of Andre Bannister and Zikel Reddick was too much to overcome for the
SUN VALLEY – St. Margaret’s has marched through its 2014 schedule largely untested – 10 of the Tartans’ 11 wins this season had come by 21 points or more heading into Friday night’s CIF-SS East Valley Division second-round playoff game with St. Genevieve of Panorama at Francis Poly High.
The top-seeded Tarta
Saddleback Valley Christian advanced to the CIF-SS East Valley Division semifinals with a 38-35 win over Silver Valley of Yermo on Friday at Silver Valley High.
That result creates a matchup of Orange County football’s only two undefeated teams. Saddleback Valley Christian (12-0) plays St. Margaret’s (12-0) in the semifinals
Centennial of Corona coach Matt Logan confirmed tonight that the Huskies will play without standout junior running back JJ Taylor in their second-round matchup with Mater Dei in the Pac-5 playoffs.
Taylor had surgery Thursday to remove his appendix, which had become inflamed due to appendicitis earlier in the week.
GARDEN GROVE – The El Modena football team made an adjustment on the fly and out of necessity Thursday night, and it paid off.
Locked in a 6-6 tie with Santiago in the second quarter of their second-round CIF-SS Southern Division playoff game, the Vanguards saw starting quarterback Garrett Gramm get pushed out of bounds awkw