San Pasqual 6, San Marcos 0--The combination of Chris Nottoli's two field goals and the play of the defense gave San Pasqual (5-5, 5-2) the league title after Oceanside lost to Escondido. Nottoli kicked a 31-yard field goal with 24 seconds left in the first half and a 39-yarder with 9:03 left in the game. San Marcos (4-4-2, 4-3) had two chances to score in the fourth quarter, but turnovers deep in San Pasqual territory ruined those opportunities. San Marcos' Travis Beasly recovered a fumble and returned it 70 yards to the San Pasqual 6, but quarterback Rick Ebert fumbled while trying to hand the ball off on the next play. With three minutes to play, Beasly fumbled at the San Pasqual 2 after catching a pass from Ebert.
Escondido 13, Oceanside 12--Oceanside's Jerry Garrett completed a two-point conversion pass to Terry Vaughn with six seconds to play, but the play was wiped out on an offensive pass interference call and Escondido (3-7, 3-4) held on to knock Oceanside (4-4-2, 4-2-1) out of first place. Escondido took a 13-0 halftime lead on a pair of touchdown runs by Mason Stevenson in the second quarter. Oceanside pulled within 13-6 in the third quarter on a seven-yard run by Kenny Acuso. With six seconds left in the fourth quarter, Garrett completed a six-yard touchdown pass to Vaughn to make it 13-12.
El Camino 14, Ramona 3--When El Camino's Eric Robinson was unable to move the team from his quarterback spot in the first half, he moved to tailback and had a hand in two second-half touchdowns at El Camino (5-5, 4-3). Robinson threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Terry Isles in the third quarter from his tailback spot to give El Camino a 7-3 lead. He scored on a 13-yard run with 2:32 left in the game for the final score. Robinson had 92 yards rushing in 10 carries. El Camino held Ramona (3-7, 2-5) to 74 yards offense. Ramona scored on the game's fifth play when Jason Waite kicked a 34-yard field goal.
Briefly--Rancho Buena Vista 21, Carlsbad 14.
Lincoln 42, San Diego 13--The big news for Lincoln (8-2, 5-0) was clinching the league title. But San Diego (1-9, 1-4) was just glad the game was close . . . at least for a while. On a fake punt, San Diego's Jimmy Kegler scored on a 72-yard screen pass playfrom Brian Baird to narrow a Lincoln lead to 20-7 at halftime. On the first play from scrimmage in the second half, Kegler made the score 20-13 when he scored on a 76-yard run. But San Diego did not get any closer. Darren Wagner scored two of his three touchdowns in the second half on runs of seven and five yards. Wagner also scored in the first half on a nine-yard run. Alonzo Edwards scored on a seven-yard run in the second half to put the game out of reach.
Christian 15, Crawford 7--Visiting Christian, behind Robert Murphy's two touchdowns, finished second with the victory. Murphy, who had 31 yards in 10 carries, recover a fumble and ran 40 yards for the score in the second quarter to tie the game, 7-7, after pulling the ball from the arms of Crawford's Peter Barela. In the third quarter, Murphy scored on a three-yard run to put Christian (6-4, 4-1) ahead 13-7 and Kevin Lord caught a pass from David Beezer for the two-point conversion. Crawford quarterback Keith Gilbert threw a three-yard touchdown pass to Wayne Hosaka to put Crawford (6-4, 3-2) ahead 7-0 in the first quarter.
Hoover 14, St. Augustine 0--Hoover running back Joe Odom has been bothered by a sprained ankle the past three games, but still managed to rush for 122 yards in 14 carries, including a 62-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Jerome Gross scored on a 23-yard run in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for Hoover (3-7, 2-3). Visiting St. Augustine (3-7, 0-5) suffered seven turnovers.
Patrick Henry 26, Serra 0--Quarterback Lance Lowery passed 46 yards for one touchdown and ran 1 yard for another to lead Patrick Henry (4-5, 3-2) at Serra. Wide receiver Collis Hunt had the 46-yard touchdown reception in the first period. Patrick Henry was aided by five Serra turnovers. Serra finished 1-9 and 0-5.
Mira Mesa 15, Madison 12--Ricky Hanson scored on a five-yard run and quarterback Jimmy Murray scored on a 20-yard run for Mira Mesa (6-4, 2-3). Mira Mesa's John Martin intercepted three passes from Madison quarterback Brad Eaddy. Madison finished at 2-7-1, 1-3. Mira Mesa may have a chance for an at-large playoff berth.
La Jolla 40, Clairemont 7--Brent Woodall rushed for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another as La Jolla (9-1, 5-0) beat Clairemont (4-5-1, 1-3-1) at Madison High. Woodall scored on runs of 3 and 85 yards and caught a 68-yard scoring pass from John Tribolet. Tribolet was 7 of 11 for 140 yards and 2 touchdowns. Woodall finished with 168 yards rushing on 12 carries and also had 81 yards in receiving. La Jolla had clinched its second consecutive league championship last week.