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October 14, 2002|--Martin Henderson

2: The number of safeties that Arcadia's defense scored in its 23-13 victory over Rancho Cucamonga. Justin North and Samson Jagoras tackled the quarterback for the first safety, and Reese Phillips tackled the quarterback for the second. Arcadia also won its first game of the season, 2-0, over La Canada St. Francis.

5: Number of 80-yard scoring drives by Anaheim Esperanza in its 45-22 victory over Fontana Miller.

38.3: Average yards gained on the six completions by Lake Balboa Birmingham's Ryan Lombardo in 54-0 victory over Monroe. Lombardo completed six of eight passes for 230 yards and four touchdowns.

51: First-half points scored by Los Angeles Fremont, which took a 51-0 lead before beating Hollywood, 70-6.

200: Total of coaching victories for Mike Wunderley at Cerritos Valley Christian after his Crusaders defeated Playa del Rey St. Bernard, 75-28.

WINNERS

* Ronald Valdez tied the L.A. Marshall school record with five sacks among the eight his team had against L.A. Hamilton in a 35-20 victory in a battle of previously winless teams.

* Then-No. 17 San Clemente committed 113 yards in penalties, gave Cole Bergquist his first varsity start in place of injured quarterback Beau Budde and still defeated then-No. 22 Santa Ana Foothill, 30-20.

* Gary White of L.A. Jefferson caught a 35-yard touchdown pass with 35 seconds left and intercepted a pass in the end zone with no time remaining as Jefferson upset Gardena, 26-21. Gardena had taken a 21-20 lead on a two-point conversion on a fake kick with 1:45 to go.

* Culver City avenged last season's 49-7 loss to Beverly Hills with a 30-26 victory. Culver City was 3-6 last season. This year, the Centaurs are 5-0.

LOSERS

* Lancaster Paraclete, the Division XI school that went into the Southern Section record book with 28 consecutive victories -- the Southern Section's sixth-highest total -- has lost two in a row. The Spirits were defeated by Division III Quartz Hill, 19-14, a week after losing to a Division VII team, Fontana Kaiser, 49-7.

* Ollie Linter, the Beverly Hills quarterback who had thrown at least four touchdowns in each of his first four games, and 18 total, didn't throw any touchdown passes in a 30-26 loss to Culver City.

* Pasadena Muir trailed, 21-0, at halftime before rallying to within 21-20 against Lynwood. Going for the victory with 55 seconds left, Muir's two-point conversion attempt failed.

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