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November 18, 2002|Martin Henderson

6.5 Sacks credited to defensive end Brian Fairbanks in Irvine Northwood's 33-14 victory over Santa Ana Calvary Chapel, which capped the Timberwolves' second consecutive undefeated season in the Pacific Coast League.

12 Consecutive Foothill League titles won by Newhall Hart, which has won 58 consecutive league games.

13 Points allowed by undefeated Woodland Hills Taft in its five West Valley League games, including a 30-6 victory over Lake Balboa Birmingham.

95 Yards Carlos Campos returned a fumble for a touchdown to help La Puente to a 40-12 victory over Covina Gladstone for its third straight Montview League title.

566 Yards gained by Pasadena Marshall in its 48-34 victory over North Hollywood Campbell Hall to create a three-way tie for first place in the Delphic League.


* West Hills Chaminade quarterback Brian Roades caught a halfback pass from Marcus Everett for 60 yards, setting up Everett's eight-yard touchdown run. Roades then threw a pass to Robert Theofanis for a two-point conversion with 4 minutes 36 seconds left to give the Eagles a 15-14 Mission League victory over Mission Hills Alemany.

* Dashawn Smith rushed eight yards for a touchdown with 35 seconds left and Jesus Alvarez kicked the extra point to give Sunset Six League champion Van Nuys Grant a 34-33 victory over Canoga Park.

* Barry Daniels caught a short pass and went 94 yards for a touchdown with 2:38 left to give Reseda a 26-20 Valley Mission League victory over Sepulveda Monroe. The win marks the 25th consecutive victory in a homecoming game for Reseda.


* Edwards AFB Desert finished its regular season unbeaten and clinched the High Desert League title with a 46-6 victory over Rosamond. Aaron Briemaster scored five touchdowns for the Scorpions, three on runs, one on a kickoff return and another by recovering a blocked punt in the end zone.

* Sargis Khodabakshyan rushed for 176 yards -- more than he had gained in all of his nine previous games -- and scored two touchdowns in Glendale's 31-0 Pacific League victory over longtime rival Glendale Hoover.

* Sophomore Marlon Lucky rushed for 244 yards and two touchdowns to help North Hollywood (7-3, 3-2) avoid an upset loss to Tujunga Verdugo Hills, 29-22, in a Sunset Six game. Verdugo Hills (3-6-1, 2-3) rallied from a 22-0 deficit to make it close.


* In the final four minutes of the first half, Aaron McGuiness completed touchdown passes of 59, nine and 36 yards to Nigel Orozco to help La Crescenta Crescenta Valley (6-4, 3-2) to a 49-28 victory over previously undefeated Arcadia, No. 3 in the Southern Section's Division III poll and the Pacific League's No. 1 entrant to the playoffs. McGuiness passed for 312 yards and ran 17 for another touchdown.

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