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By The Numbers

October 21, 2002|Ben Bolch

- 14 Rushing yards for Jefferson during its 41-14 loss to Crenshaw. The Democrats scored on a punt return and a kickoff return.

6 Touchdown passes for Denny Warden, all in the first half of Huntington Beach Brethren Christian's 63-0 rout of Los Angeles Ribet Academy. Warden's touchdown passes covered 36, five, 38, one, three and 37 yards.

15 Touchdowns this season for Cerritos Valley Christian running back Chase Twedell, who rushed for 264 yards and six touchdowns in 23 carries during a 68-6 victory over Whittier Christian.


* T.J. Fakehinde scored five touchdowns -- three on receptions, one on a punt return and one on a kickoff return -- as Fullerton Eastside Christian defeated Torrance South Bay Lutheran, 38-36.

* Brandon Barnes and Kevin Stout each had two interceptions for Anaheim Katella during the Knights' 38-28 victory over La Palma Kennedy.

* Camarillo intercepted four passes and recovered a fumble during the Scorpions' 37-0 victory over Oxnard Pacifica.


* Then-No. 14 Santa Ana Mater Dei defeated then-No. 2 Los Angeles Loyola, 28-10. Mater Dei tailback Rafael Rice rushed for 151 yards and a touchdown in 22 carries against his former team, dragging five defenders nearly 10 yards on one play.

* Bellflower St. John Bosco defeated then-No. 7 Rancho Santa Margarita, 28-23. St. John Bosco quarterback Joseph Souza rushed for three touchdowns and Santa Margarita came away with only three points on two drives inside the Braves' 10-yard line.

* Paso Robles defeated then-No. 11 Arroyo Grande, 12-10. Vince Freitas accounted for all of Paso Robles' points by scoring a touchdown on a six-yard run and kicking two field goals, all in the second half. Arroyo Grande led, 10-0, at halftime.

* Claremont defeated then-No. 24 Alta Loma, 31-0. Claremont quarterback Matt McDonald thew for 130 yards and a touchdown and running back Jamal Floyd gained 115 yards and scored a touchdown.

* Sepulveda Monroe defeated San Fernando, 25-24, in a Valley Mission League opener for its first victory of the season. The Vikings (1-4-1) derailed the usual league-title showdown between San Fernando and Sylmar, which play Friday. The Tigers self-destructed with four first-half turnovers that resulted in 15 Monroe points, missed two point-after kicks and failed on two two-point conversion attempts.


* Manual Torres kicked a 17-yard field goal in overtime to lift Garfield over Bell, 9-6, in an Eastern League game. Torres also kicked field goals of 22 and 37 yards.

* Mike Liti ran for a nine-yard touchdown with 46 seconds remaining to give Santa Ana Foothill a 39-33 comeback victory over Laguna Hills in a Sea View League game. Liti finished with 277 yards and four touchdowns in 29 carries.

* Murrieta Calvary Chapel quarterback Kyle Curry connected with Jimmy Johnson on a touchdown pass with 29 seconds left as the Warriors rallied to defeat Anza Hamilton, 15-14, in a Big Sky League game.

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